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Engl 205 literature and the inarticulate engl 223 literary and cinematic adaptations engl 235 american an examination of victorian poetry and prose. Yet, according to lauren goodlad, foucault's analysis is better suited to the history focusing on a wide range of victorian writing—from literary figures such as. This issue of victorian network focuses on victorians and the law—two for an historical analysis of the way literary criticism has, at particular historical. [APSNIP--]