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Afrofuturism  

De Witt Douglas Kilgore

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Nov 2014
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Oct 2014
Can we imagine a future in which the African diaspora is seen as central to the flow of events? This chapter seeks to answer that question through a history of Afrofuturism as a critical ... More

Afterword  

Stephen Slemon

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Sep 2013
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Dec 2013
This article comments on the lack of unity among scholars of postcolonial studies, arguing that the field is suffering from an identity crisis as its proponents continue to insist on their ... More

Alexander Pushkin as a Romantic  

Luba Golburt

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Jan 2016
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May 2016
This chapter maintains that Pushkin’s artistic project illuminates a paradoxical convergence of nationalism and internationalism at the core of both European and Russian Romanticism: the ... More

Alice Meynell, Again and Again  

Meredith Martin

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Oct 2013
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Dec 2013
This article examines the poetry and essays of Alice Meynell. It first considers the poem, ‘A Modern Poet’ (1875), which illustrates both her ambivalence about women’s poetry and her own ... More

All For Love: Lord Berners and the Enduring, Evolving Romance  

Joyce Boro

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Sep 2009
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Sep 2012
John Bourchier, Lord Berners, stands at the boundary between the medieval and early modern, his compositions hovering at their nebulous threshold. While it is recognized that Arthur of ... More

‘All Livin Language is Sacred’: Poetry and Varieties of English in these Islands  

Simon Dentith

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Sep 2013
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Dec 2013
“All livin language is sacred”: Poetry and Varieties of English in These Islands’ considers the various uses of non-standard Englishes in contemporary poetry, whether the variety of ... More

‘All other Bookes … are but Notes upon this’: The Early Modern Bible  

Kevin Killeen and Helen Smith

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Aug 2015
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Nov 2015
The introduction explores the centrality of the Bible in early modern England, demonstrating its importance to devotional life, scholarship, political thought, and everyday experience. It ... More

‘All Scripture is given by inspiration of God’: Dissonance and Psalmody  

Rachel Willie

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Aug 2015
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Nov 2015
In early modern England, the psalms were understood as the Bible in miniature, offering concise versions of biblical teachings and teaching individuals how to converse with God. The psalms ... More

All Talk and No Action? Early Modern Political Dialogue  

Cathy Shrank

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Jun 2013
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Aug 2013
This article examines sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century dialogue. It considers why so many writers chose to convey opinions or explore ideas in works laid out as conversations. The ... More

All That Is Native and Fine: Teaching Native American Literature  

Frances Washburn

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Sep 2014
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May 2014
Teaching Native American literature to the uninformed student is not an easy task, especially when compared to teaching mainstream literature, African-American literature, Chicano ... More

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