Browse by Subject "British literature"
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Appropriating the Restoration hero(ine): intertextuality and the transformation of gender identity, 1677-1759 (2016-04-20)My dissertation considers how and why representations of female suffering in Restoration tragedy had a profound impact on the development of mid-eighteenth century novels and plays, focusing primarily on the work of Aphra ...
(2012-09-18)From Borders to Topographies examines representations of the cultural, social, and economic exchanges between the English and foreign peoples, whether in London or in the Americas, the Levant, and Far East. In the beginning ...
(2012-06-27)The late eighteenth-century poet, Maria Riddell, used zoological hybridity as a racial metaphor for West Indian colonies’ potential to foster “British” national identity, with its mixed heritage and allegiances. This is ...