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The feminine phantom: Property, possession, and the female body in the eighteenth century English novel
This dissertation examines the function of the female body that either facilitates or undercuts woman's economic agency by asking the question "is possessive individual available to women?" I argue that the possessive ...
Tears, humor and "the critical and clinical": Reading the baroque and sympathy in "Clarissa", "Tristram Shandy" and Deleuze
This dissertation will examine the critical and clinical relationship between Clarissa and Tristram Shandy by reading the thought of Deleuze. In the history of the early Modern English novel, Clarissa and Tristram Shandy ...