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Acknowledgements
Part I: Introduction
Chapter 1. Imagining Inclusive Society, 1846–1867: Theoretical Perspectives
Chapter 2. Producing Inclusive Society, 1846–1867: Empirical Histories
Part II: Inclusive Leadership: Heroes of Domesticity
Chapter 3. Shirley: Charisma or Sincerity?
Chapter 4. The History of Henry Esmond, Esq.: The Hero as Sincere Man
Part III: The Constitution of the Public
Chapter 5. Bleak House: Interested Knowledge and Imaginary Power
Chapter 6. North and South: From Public Sphere to Manipulative Publicity
Part IV: Embodying Mass Culture
Chapter 7. Romola: The Politics of Disinterestedness
Chapter 8. Our Mutual Friend: Visualizing Distinction
Conclusion
Notes
Works Cited
Index