2 edition of British imagination found in the catalog.
Times (London, England) Literary Supplement
|Statement||With an introduction by Arthur Crook|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||203 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||203|
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Gypsies and the British Imagination,is the first book to explore fully the British obsession with Gypsies throughout the nineteenth century and into the twentieth. Deborah Epstein Nord traces various representations of Gypsies in the works of such well-known British authors John Clare, Walter Scott, William Wordsworth, George Eliot, Arthur Conan Doyle /5(6).
Gypsies and the British Imagination, is a highly cogent and persuasive account of an important and largely neglected topic in nineteenth- and early twentieth-century literary and cultural studies/5(3).
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THE INDIAN MUTINY AND THE BRITISH IMAGINATION Gautam Chakravarty explores representations of the event which has become known in the British imagination as the ‘Indian Mutiny’ of in British popular ﬁction and historiography. British English Leveled Books.
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Frankenstein “continues to shape the imagination of writers, and it is a chilling, contemporary read, more relevant than ever in a time of.
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In the eighteenth century, audiences in Great Britain understood the term ’slavery’ to refer to a range of physical and metaphysical conditions beyond the transatlantic slave trade. Literary representations of slavery encompassed tales of Barbary captivity, the ’exotic’ slaving practices of the Ottoman Empire, the political enslavement practiced by government or church, and even.
2 days ago Written with infectious enthusiasm, Holland’s book brims with atmosphere and sense of adventure. An evocative exploration of the impact of the Mediterranean on British culture, ranging from the mid-eighteenth century to today. - The Indian Mutiny and the British Imagination - by Gautam Chakravarty Frontmatter/Prelims The book has a broad interdisciplinary appeal and will be of interest to scholars of English literature, British imperial history, modern Indian history and cultural studies.
Gautam Chakravarty explores representations of the event which has become known in the British imagination as the 'Indian Mutiny' of in British popular fiction and historiography. Drawing on a wide range of primary sources including diaries, autobiographies and state papers, Chakravarty shows how narratives of the rebellion were inflected by the 5/5(1).
In highlighting the fact that war, as much as empire, exerted a powerful influence on the British imagination in the mid-nineteenth century, this book breaks valuable new ground. It deserves particular praise for the meticulous attention devoted to exploring the stylistic and thematic nuances of each medium's response to the conflict.Why did many British citizens embrace American customs?
And what picture did they form of American society and politics? This engaging and wide-ranging history explores these and other questions about the U.S.'s cultural and political influence on British society in .Cambridge University Press - The Indian Mutiny and the British Imagination - by Gautam Chakravarty Excerpt.
Introduction. In 'The Indian Mutiny in Fiction', a review article that appeared in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine inHilda Gregg made an observation that bears recall. At the start of her survey of recent novels on the subject Gregg noted that: 'Of all .