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Mere prose: Subjectivity, materiality, and British writing, 1650-1800
"Mere Prose: Subjectivity, Materiality, and British Writing, 1650-1800," examines the connection between prose and subjectivity in the long eighteenth century in England. It argues that when we look at concepts and practices ...
Fear and calculation: The discourse of virtue in eighteenth-century British literature
This study aims to examine how novelists formed their moral visions of virtue and passion, the key themes of eighteenth-century moral discourse. In this period, virtue, located at the center of contemporary moral discourse, ...