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Sex Scandal: The Private Parts of Victorian Fiction
Never has the Victorian novel appeared so perverse as it does in these pages - and never his its perversity seemed so fundamental to its accomplishment. Whether discussing George Eliot's lesbian
Book History Through Postcolonial Eyes: Rewriting the Script
Part 1: Repositionings 1. The Problematics of Print 2. Scripts and Manuscripts Part 2: Places 3. Transmitting the Word in South Asia 4. Transmitting the Word in Africa Part 3: Powers 5. Resistance
Mansex Fine: Religion, Manliness and Imperialism in Nineteenth-Century British Culture by David Alderson (review)
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    The Yearbook of English Studies
  • 1 January 2022
Manly freedom and England's Protestant destiny an anatomy of the British polity - Alton Locke, Christian manliness and the games ethic out of unreality - J.H. Newman hysteric Celts the wreck of an
Lifting the sentence : a poetics of postcolonial fiction
Part 1 Some contexts: "the potential of fiction" the politics of language inscribing the nation. Part 2 Aspects of style: speaking in tongues uses of person uses of tense voice, tone and mood. Part 3
The cross-national dimension in print culture
List of Figures List of Tables Acknowledgments Notes on Contributors Introduction R.Fraser & M.Hammond Books Without Borders: The Transnational Turn in Book History S.Shep Publishing Under the Yoke:
Victorian Quest Romance: Stevenson, Haggard, Kipling and Conan Doyle
Late Victorian quest romance has recently at tracted critical attention, often relating to politics of ge nder and its vision of Empire. In this study the genre is vi ewed in the light of
School readers in the Empire and the creation of postcolonial taste
I begin with an image so familiar it hardly needs showing: John Constable’s painting of 1823, ‘Salisbury Cathedral, from the Bishop’s Grounds’ (Figure 5.1).