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The dramatic work of David Mallet
In this study of Mallett's dramatic work, I have relied heavily on four collections of letters: the correspondence found in the first two volumes of Aaron Hill's Works (1753), George Sherburn's Correspondence of Alexander ...
Poet in a hard hat: Stevie Smith and gender construction
Stevie Smith's work not only prefigures a key debate in contemporary feminism between essentialists and social constructionists, but also the more current debates that have developed as the constructionist position continues ...
Lillian Hellman's memoirs: "Writing is oneself"
Following Lillian Hellman's death in 1984, friends and foes alike came forward to dispute the truth of Hellman's account of her life presented in her memoirs, An Unfinished Woman, Pentimento, Scoundrel Time and Maybe, A ...
Constellations of desire: The Double and the Other in the works of Dante Gabriel and Christina Georgina Rossetti
Theoreticians of the problem of the other have overlooked a crucial distinction between two competing modes of alterity: The Other, a classic strategy of metaphorical, externalized singularity, and The Double, a modern ...