In this Issue
The focus of MLQ is on change, both in literary practice and within the profession of literature itself. MLQ is open to papers on literary change from the Middle Ages to the present and welcomes theoretical reflections on the relationship of literary change or historicism to feminism, ethnic studies, cultural materialism, discourse analysis, and all other forms of representation and cultural critique. Seeing texts as the depictions, agents, and vehicles of change, MLQ targets literature as a commanding and vital force.
published byDuke University Press
viewing issueVolume 62, Number 4, December 2001
Table of Contents
- Periods and Resistances
- pp. 309-316
- Politics: Divide and Rule
- pp. 317-330
- The Return of Anachronism
- pp. 331-353
- Hamlet before Its Time
- pp. 355-375
- Were Women Writers "Romantics"?
- pp. 393-405
- Visual Histories: The Year as Literary Period
- pp. 407-424
- Consequences of Enlightenment (review)
- pp. 456-460
- The English Novel in History, 1700-1780 (review)
- pp. 461-465
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