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Media Dynamics and the Lessons of History
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Books and Bodies, Bound and Unbound
A recent trend in literary history, cultural studies and folkloristics has been a ‘corporeal turn’, which focuses on how bodies are constructed and understood in texts and other cultural productions.Expand
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05.07.07, Scoville, Saints
Beyond the Bad Quarto: Exploring the Vernacular Afterlife of Early Modern Drama
Alongside the irregular ‘stage history’, early English plays also had a ‘vernacular afterlife’, comprising both a professional strand of performances by strolling players and puppet-masters, and aExpand
From Journalism to Gypsy Folk Song: The Road to Orality of an English Ballad
Recent years have seen the discovery of something as wonderful and unexpected as an authentic English oral tradition, persisting into the last quarter of the twentieth century: authentically EnglishExpand
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"Dramatic Entertainment, Pastime and Custom”