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The "peaceful bosom" and the "bloody crowns": Nationalistic Metaphors of Mother England and the Body Politic in Shakespeare's "Richard II"
This thesis will examine the utilization of nationalistic metaphors in Shakespeare’s Richard II, focusing upon the tropes of geo-corporeality, the motherland, and the body politic. Beginning with a close reading of Gaunt’s ...
L'individu et l'identité nationale: L'Échec de l'utopie collectiviste dans le roman francophone contemporain
This study draws on current approaches in Francophone literary and cultural studies in order to argue for the need for a historical and political understanding of the emergence of narratives of pluralism to the detriment ...