Melodramatic imperial writing : from the Sepoy Rebellion to Cecil Rhodes /

"Melodrama, as an aesthetic, has long been criticized for its reliance on improbable situations and overwhelming emotion. These very aspects, however, made it a useful and appealing literary mode for British imperial propagandists in the late nineteenth century. Though stage melodrama may have...

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Main Author: Hultgren, Neil (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Athens : Ohio University Press, [2014]
Series:Series in Victorian Studies.
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Skillman Upper Level

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Call Number: PR751 .H76 2014
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