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Best known as a Victorian aesthete and critic, Walter Pater was an active participant in the nineteenth-century literary marketplace as a journalist, writer of short stories and novelist. His writing coincided with the rise of English, university reform, and a growing professional distinction between Literature and journalism. Based in Oxford, Pater's positions as academic, journalist, critic, writer of fiction, and Aesthete articulated the tensions of change and the diverse cultural formations of this age including that of male homosexual discourse. In her wide-ranging yet concise critical study Laurel Brake approaches Pater's work through cultural history, including publishing, and the politics of literature and gender to offer an accessible introduction to the work of a perceptive critic and stylist increasingly recognized as a significant influence on the development of modern literature.

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