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Theater, War, and Revolution in Eighteenth-Century France and Its Empire
What can theater teach us about war? How did war influence theatrical practices in eighteenth-century France and its empire? What do military-theatrical projects reveal about the scope and goals of art during the Age of Revolutions? These are some of the …
Life’s Little Ironies
This illustration appeared at the start of the serialisation of Thomas Hardy’s “A Few Crusted Characters” (then called “Wessex Folk”); afterwards collected into the volume of Life’s Little Ironies. It shows a main…
The Complicated Feelings of Early English Writing
The Middle Ages is a story modernity tells about itself. Ideas of rebirth, or of an “enlightened” modern age, or of a supposed rejection of primitive superstition in favor of rational thinking, often depend on the idea of a cruder past that a …
Cambridge book wins World Fantasy Award
Children’s Fantasy Literature: An Introduction by Michael Levy and Farah Mendlesohn has been named the winner of the Professional…
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