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By Douglas, Aileen
A volume that examines the relationship between manual writing and print and how script evolved between 1590 and 1840.
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Edited by Ross, Ian Campbell; Douglas, Aileen; Markey, Anne
Published in London only months after the Jacobite Rebellion of 1715, Irish Tales is an historical romance offering a Jacobite reading of early Irish history, culminating in Brian Boru's victory over the Viking invaders at the Battle of Clontarf in 1014. The love story of Princes ...
Edited by Douglas, Aileen; Campbell, Ross Ian
Originally published in 1781, The Triumph of Prudence over Passion; or, The History of Miss Mortimer and Miss Fitzgerald is an unconventional epistolary novel set in Ireland and France in 1779 and 1780, against the background of the patriot political agitation that marked the age ...
Edited by Douglas, Aileen; Ross, Ian Campbell
The 18th-century comic novelist Tobias Smollett has often been criticized for the extreme physicality of his writing. This study explores works such as The Adventures of Roderick Random and The Expedition of Humphry Clinker in order to examine the author's representations of sent ...
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