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By Borham-Puyal, Miriam
This book explores the concept of liminality in the representation of women in 18th and 19th-century literature, as well as in contemporary rewritings, such as novels, films, television shows, videogames and graphic novels. In particular, it focuses on vampires, prostitutes, quix ...
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By Herman, J.
Avec ces Lettres familieres, Jan Herman rend hommage aux collegues et amis qui ont rendu son parcours academique heureux. A la fin de sa carriere d'enseignant a la KU Leuven, il lui semble juste de leur renvoyer quelques lectures du roman du XVIIIe siecle qu'ils ont inspirees par ...
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By Ni Dhuill, Caitriona
Addressing the fraught relationships between genre and gender, private and public, image and text, life and narrative that play out in the modern biographical tradition, Metabiography suggests new possibilities for reading, writing and thinking about this enduringly popular genre ...
By Marshall, Nancy
In 1801, some five years after Robert Burns' death, nine of his friends sat down to dinner in what is now known as Burns Cottage in Alloway to celebrate his extraordinary life and to give thanks for his friendship. Over the years the informal theme from that evening has developed ...
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