Colonial and Imperial Themes

Edited by G. K. Hunter and C. J. Rawson

Yearbook of English Studies 13

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1983  •  376pp

ISBN: 0-900547-90-1 (paperback)

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Contents:

ix
Editorial Note
G. K. Hunter, C. J. Rawson
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1-19
Colonial and Imperial Themes: Edmund Spenser and the Development of an Anglo-Irish Identity
Nicholas Canny
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20-31
Hogs, Gulls, and Englishmen: Drayton and the Virginian Voyages
Joan Rees
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32-45
The Savage Critic: Some European Images of the Primitive
Anthony Pagden
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46-65
Pastoralism, Puritanism, Imperialism, Scientism: Andrew Marvell and the Problem of Mediation
Michael McKeon
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66-83
Defoe, Imperialism, and the Travel Books Reconsidered
J. A. Downie
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84-96
Going Steddy: William Byrd's Literary Masquerade
Norman S. Grabo
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97-115
Colonists and Colonized: Some Aspects of Anglo-Irish Literature from Swift to Joyce
P. F. Sheeran
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116-132
Imitation and Originality in Australian Colonial Poetry: The Case of Charles Harpur
Leonie Kramer
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133-144
For the Term of His Natural Life: A Colonial Classic Revisited
John Colmer
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145-158
Modern Misjudgements of Racial Imperialism in Hawthorne and Parkman
David Levin
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159-180
'This Island's mine': Caliban and Colonialism
Trevor R. Griffiths
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181-195
Colonial and Imperial Themes in South African Literature 1820-1930
Mbulelo Vizikhungo Mzamane
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196-209
'A Bloody Racist': About Achebe's View of Conrad
Cedric Watts
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210-227
The Changing Masks of Empire: Notes on Some Novels by Sara Jeannette Duncan
George Woodcock
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228-243
'A curiously colonial performance': The Ec-Centric Vision of V. S. Naipaul and J. L. Borges
John N. King
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244-258
Paul Scott's Guardians
M. M. Mahood
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259-269
Crouched in Dark Caves: The Post-Colonial Narcissism of Canadian Literature
David Staines
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270-287
Truth-Telling and the Tradition of 'Mum and the Sothsegger'
Andrew Wawn
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288-293
'John a Kent' and Marprelate
E. A. J. Honigmann
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294-295
Review of Martin Puhvel, 'Beowulf' and Celtic Tradition
R. W. McTurk
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295-296
Review of Richard Leighton Greene, David C. Fowler, Alain Renoir, C. David Benson, A Manual of the Writings in Middle English 1050-1500. Based upon 'A Manual of the Writing in Middle English 1050-1400' by John Edwin Wells, New Haven 1916 and Supplements 1-9, 1919-1951. Volume VI
Anne Hudson
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296-297
Review of Joerg O. Fichte, Chaucer's 'Art Poetical': A Study in Chaucerian Poetics
T. Turville-Petre
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297-298
Review of Traugott Lawler, The One and the Many in the 'Canterbury Tales'
Stanley Hussey
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298-299
Review of Richard Axton, Three Rastell Plays: 'Four Elements', 'Calisto and Melebea', 'Gentleness and Nobility'
Clarence H. Miller
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299-301
Review of Tzvetan Todorov, La Conquête de l'Amérique
John N. King
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301-302
Review of Clyde W. Jentoft, Sir Thomas Wyatt and Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey: A Reference Guide
Stephen Merriam Foley
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302-303
Review of George Cavendish, A. S. G. Edwards, Metrical Visions
Derek Pearsall
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304-305
Review of Jean Wilson, Entertainments for Elizabeth I
David M. Bergeron
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305-307
Review of Lars-Håkan Svensson, Silent Art: Rhetorical and Thematic Patterns in Samuel Daniel's 'Delia'
Joan Rees
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307-308
Review of Stanley Wells, Gary Taylor, Modernizing Shakespeare's Spelling: With Three Studies in the Text of 'Henry V'
George Walton Williams
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308-310
Review of Sidney Homan, Shakespeare, Shakespeare's 'More than Words Can Witness': Essays on Visual and Nonverbal Enactment in the Plays
David Bevington
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310-311
Review of Larry S. Champion, Perspective in Shakespeare's English Histories
Maurice Charney
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311-313
Review of John Ripley, 'Julius Caesar' on Stage in England and America, 1599-1973
Trevor R. Griffiths
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313-314
Review of George L. Geckle, John Marston's Drama: Themes, Images, Sources
Reavley Gair
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314-316
Review of George Buck, Arthur Noel Kincaid, The History of King Richard the Third
M. J. C. Lowry
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316-318
Review of John Milton, B. A. Wright, The Complete Poems
Thomas N. Corns
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318-319
Review of Paul A. Parrish, Richard Crashaw
Paulina Palmer
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319-321
Review of B. Eugene McCarthy, William Wycherley: A Biography
Harold Love
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321-322
Review of Robert James Merrett, Daniel Defoe's Moral and Rhetorical Ideas
Pat Rogers
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322-324
Review of Edward A. Bloom, Lillian D. Bloom, Addison and Steele: The Critical Heritage
Donald C. Mell Jr.
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324-325
Review of Erwin Paul Rudolph, William Law
A. J. Sambrook
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325-326
Review of Jonathan Lawson, Robert Bloomfield
Peter Marshall
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327
Review of James H. Averill, Wordsworth and the Poetry of Human Suffering
Charles Sherry
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328
Review of Hermann J. Wüscher, Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity in Wordsworth 1791-1800
W. J. B. Owen
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328-329
Review of Denys Thompson, Change and Tradition in Rural England: An Anthology of Writings on Country Life
Shelagh Hunter
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329-331
Review of Joel Myerson, Studies in the American Renaissance 1979
David M. Van Leer
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331-332
Review of J. V. Ridgely, Nineteenth-Century Southern Literature
J. A. Leo Lemay
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332-333
Review of Roger B. Henkle, Comedy and Culture: England 1820-1900
Sheila M. Smith
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333-334
Review of Jayne K. Kribbs, Critical Essays on John Greenleaf Whittier
Richard Gray
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334-336
Review of Tony Bareham, Anthony Trollope
J. P. Vernier
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336-337
Review of Norman Page, Thomas Hardy: The Writer and His Background
Shelagh Hunter
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337-338
Review of Patricia Clements, Juliet Grindle, The Poetry of Thomas Hardy
Shelagh Hunter
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338
Review of Anita Roitinger, Oscar Wilde's Life as Reflected in His Correspondence and His Autobiography
John Stokes
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338-342
Review of Barbara Kanner, The Women of England from Anglo-Saxon Times to the Present: Interpretive Bibliographical Essays
Shirley Foster
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342
Review of Roger Asselineau, The Transcendentalist Constant in American Literature
Larzer Ziff
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343
Review of Floyd Eugene Eddleman, American Drama Criticism: Interpretations 1890-1977
Arnold P. Hinchliffe
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343-345
Review of Andrew Motion, The Poetry of Edward Thomas
Andrew Nicholson
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345-346
Review of James M. Mellard, The Exploded Form: The Modernist Novel in America
David Seed
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346-348
Review of Louise A. Desalvo, Virginia Woolf's First Voyage: A Novel in the Making
Rosalind Miles
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348-349
Review of Frank Gloversmith, Class, Culture and Social Change: A New View of the 1930s
Michael Wilding
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349-350
Review of A. A. Devitis, Albert E. Kalson, J. B. Priestley
Ladislaus Löb
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350-351
Review of John Rohrkemper, John Dos Passos: A Reference Guide
Ralph Willett
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351-353
Review of Gary Lee Stonum, Faulkner's Career: An Internal Literary History
Edward Gallafent
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354-355
Review of Melvin B. Tolson, Robert M. Farnsworth, A Gallery of Harlem Portraits
Arnold Rampersad
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355-356
Review of K. Bhaskara Rao, Paul Scott
M. M. Mahood
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356-357
Review of John O. Stark, Pynchon's Fictions: Thomas Pynchon and the Literature of Information
Elaine B. Safer
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357-359
Review of Robert Huffaker, John Fowles
Jay L. Halio
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359-361
Review of Suzanne Henning Uphaus, John Updike
Max F. Schulz
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361-362
Review of Bruce King, West Indian Literature
J. A. Ramsaran
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362
Review of James E. Kibler, Jr., American Novelists since World War II
Larzer Ziff
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362-363
Review of David Madden, Richard Powers, Writers' Revisions: An Annotated Bibliography of Articles and Books about Writers' Revisions and Their Comments on the Creative Process
Philip Gaskell
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363-364
Review of Ekbert Faas, Ted Hughes: The Unaccommodated Universe, with Selected Critical Writings by Ted Hughes and Two Interviews
J. R. Watson
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364-366
Review of Dierdre Burton, Dialogue and Discourse: A Sociolinguistic Approach to Modern Drama Dialogue and Naturally Occurring Conversation
Paula Johnson
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366
Review of Earl Miner, Literary Uses of Typology from the Late Middle Ages to the Present
Margarita Stocker
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Hunter, G. K., and C. J. Rawson (eds), Colonial and Imperial Themes (= Yearbook of English Studies, 13.1 (1983))

First footnote reference: 35 Colonial and Imperial Themes, ed. by G. K. Hunter and C. J. Rawson (= Yearbook of English Studies, 13.1 (1983)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Hunter and Rawson, p. 47.

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Hunter, G. K., and C. J. Rawson (eds). 1983. Colonial and Imperial Themes (= Yearbook of English Studies, 13.1)

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