Neo-Victorian


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Neo-Victorian

A term descriptive of a Neo-Eclectic architecture somewhat imitative of features and details of the traditional 19th-century Queen Anne style, 2; especially usually characterized by porches of wood construction having wood brackets and abundant spindlework.
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CARNIVAL ROW AMAZON Prime's new series starring Cara Delevingne, right, and Orlando Bloom and set in a neo-Victorian fantasy world where faeries and fauns live alongside humans, launched last night and has already been commissioned for a second series.
TRENDING CARNIVAL ROW AMAZON Prime's new series starring Cara Delevingne, right, and Orlando Bloom and set in a neo-Victorian fantasy world where faeries and fauns live alongside humans, launched last night and has already been commissioned for a second series.
CARNIVAL ROW 8 EPISODES, AMAZON PRIME VIDEO FANTASY/ADVENTURE/ ROMANCE/THRILLER Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne headline an ambitious neo-Victorian fantasy-noir, which centres on a string of unsolved murders that threatens to tear apart a city in the grip of an immigrant population crisis.
Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne headline an ambitious neo-Victorian fantasynoir, which centres on a string of unsolved murders that threatens to tear apart a city in the grip of an immigrant population crisis.
Model and actress Cara Delevingne stars opposite Pirates Of The Caribbean A-lister Orlando Bloom in this fantasy-noir set in a neo-Victorian city.
Their topics include a Neo-Victorian travesty: Hunderby (Sky 2012), intermedial Sherlock between Victorianism and the 21st century, totalizing views and diverting glances in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen, (new?) masculinities in 19th-century sensation fiction and contemporary Black British fiction, and on writing Neo-Victorian fiction: James Miranda Barry (1999) and Sophie and the Sybil: a Victorian Romance (2013).
'Carnival Row' which is set in a neo-Victorian fantasy world where immigrant creatures resettle in human land after their homeland is invaded by man is set to premiere on Amazon Prime Video on August 30.
A neo-Victorian scientific fantasy, steampunk is all about mixing the old and new.
As a neo-Victorian novel, the Hottentot Venus (2003) tries to recover from oblivion the story of a woman whose life represents the extreme vilification of the black female body and sexuality but in a fictionalized way.
The big-budget series, set in a neo-Victorian city where mythical creatures fleeing their war-torn homeland have gathered, sees tensions simmer between citizens and the growing immigrant population.
Summary: The model will star in 'Carnival Row', a fantasy-noir set in a neo-Victorian city with mythical creatures fleeing their war-torn homeland
In the latest episode he is joined by Dr Claire O'Callaghan, whose research focuses on Victorian and neo-Victorian literature and culture, with an emphasis on gender, sexuality, and queerness, and Dr Sarah Parker, whose specialises in nineteenth and 20th century literature, with an emphasis on women's poetry, decadence and aestheticism, gender and sexualities, and visual cultures.