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From the Twilight to the Ecstasy: The Death and Life of Rita Joe' is a scholarly edition of George Ryga's play 'The Ecstasy of Rita Joe '. It combines and employs the editorial practices of D. H. Reiman and Jerome J. McGann in order both to explore the play's creation and to present clearly the diso...
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This dissertation is a study of cosmopolitanism in early nineteenth-century Britain, and it approaches cosmopolitanism as an alternative and often overlooked approach to the question of nation in the early nineteenth century. Building out of enlightenment political philosophies such as that of Kant,...
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Corporal Punishment' argues that the eighteenth-century female body functioned as a shifting signifier whose often contradictory meanings were determined by numerous intersecting cultural discourses. Although its focus is conventional representation, this dissertation observes that the autobiographi...
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The spirituality portrayed in AncreneWisse and the texts associated with it is rooted in the anchoress' own situation: a female solitary enclosed within the four walls of her anchorhouse. The images used to express that spirituality are tied to her experience of enclosure and to her gender. These tw...
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This dissertation investigates how the strategies of drama inform the poetry of Robert Lowell, Richard Howard, and Anthony Hecht. In Lowell's Notebook 1967-68 the dramatic means a bodying forth of his internal contradictions, the externalizing, through other voices, of a moral and political debate t...