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English language (Q310): The study of the history, grammar and use of English. Includes pronunciation and articulation.Displaying 1 - 2 of 2
|‘Sounding of the Voice’: Interpreting the Earl of Rochester’s Epilogue to Love in the Dark through an Analysis of Matthew Locke’s Musical Score to Psyche, Thomas J. du Plessis||
This article explores the Earl of Rochester’s Epilogue to Love in the Dark through the music drama Psyche by Thomas Shadwell set to music by...
|The fear of the ‘Other’ and anti-semitism: Representations of the Jews in Punch and Bram Stoker’s Dracula in the light of rising English nationalism, Stephanie Winkler||
Othering is a common practice: who am I? In order to answer this question, one must first define who one is not. In nineteenth-century England,...
|anti-semitism, nationalism, 19th century||view|