The 1857 Event: Mutiny or Beginnings of a Fight for Independence?
- The 1857 Indian Mutiny (also known as the Sepoy Rebellion, the Great Mutiny, and the Revolt of 1857)
- The Epic of Race: The Indian Mutiny, 1857
- Representations of the Indian Mutiny in Victorian Higher Journalism
- The texts of eighteen British articles about the Mutiny
- Collins's "A Sermon for Sepoys"
Fictional Representations and Allusions to the Mutiny
- Charles Dickens and Wilkie Collins, "The Perils of Certain English Prisoners"
- The Moonstone and British India
- Collins's representation of the 'cursed Indian jewel': Orientalism in the sensation novel
- Saray Tytler's “What Hester Durham lived for”
- The Imperial Context of "The Perils of Certain English Prisoners"
Corporal and Private of the Black Watch — 1857 Indian Mutiny. [Click on thumbnail for larger image]
The Mutiny and the Visual Arts
- Punch on the 1857 Mutiny (9 cartoons)
- Thomas Morten's “They clung around Hester where she stood like a rock in a stormy sea”
- Abraham Solomon's The Flight from Lucknow
- The Suttee Chowra Ghât, or landing place — scene of the second massacre
- "Hole in the wall of the Residency made by shell that wounded Sir Henry Lawrence July 2 1857" (1903)
- Cavalrymen, India 1858
- Monument to Major Hodson (1821-1858)
- J. H. Foley's The Cashmere Bastion, Delhi. September 15, 1857
The Mutiny and Popular Music
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Last modified 10 September 2013