Affective communities: masculinity and the discourse of emotion in Middle English literature

Affective communities: masculinity and the discourse of emotion in Middle English literature Abstract Scholars have recently begun to reconsider the importance of emotions, suggesting that they are cultural constructions integral to…
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The characteristic features of the medieval period of English literature and its influence on the post medieval literary works of English writers and poets

The characteristic features of the medieval period of English literature and its influence on the post medieval literary works of English writers and poets Abstract The object of the thesis…
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Mothers, Monsters, Machines: Unnatural Maternities in Late Eighteenth-Century British Women’s Writing

Mothers, Monsters, Machines: Unnatural Maternities in Late Eighteenth-Century British Women's Writing Abstract The notions of maternity and motherhood in late-eighteenth century England are fraught with ambiguity and contradictions. By this period,…
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