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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Ann Heilmann (Cardiff University, UK) focused on Victorian culture, neoVictorian fiction and criminal history in her keynote lecture "Criminal Conversations across the Centuries: Victorian and Neo-Victorian Transactions and Connections".
I had devised a similar assignment for a final project in a class I taught on the contemporary relevance of Victorian literature, for which I received a video game titled The Governess, heavy metal revisions of Victorian songs, a neoVictorian photoshoot, and paintings inspired by Victorian ideas about art, all accompanied by "artist statements," short essays that drew on scholarly research.
The Atlanta Review, The Bellowing Ark, Blue Unicorn, Coracle, The Deronda Review, The Eclectic Muse (Canada), The Lyric, Modern Haiku, The Neovictorian, Poetry Flash?