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This volume of essays in honour of Professor Emma Harris explores various branches of British history from 1700 to the present. The range of topics reflects the varied academic interests of the authors, who are friends, colleagues, and former students of Professor Harris. The essays take us on a journey through time, beginning with Queen Anne, eighteenth-century translations of literature, literary criticism, and ethnographical writings on witches. From there we proceed to Lord Byron, the outcast playwright, Victorian Englishness, modernist foreignness, the effect of World War I on language,…mehr

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This volume of essays in honour of Professor Emma Harris explores various branches of British history from 1700 to the present. The range of topics reflects the varied academic interests of the authors, who are friends, colleagues, and former students of Professor Harris. The essays take us on a journey through time, beginning with Queen Anne, eighteenth-century translations of literature, literary criticism, and ethnographical writings on witches. From there we proceed to Lord Byron, the outcast playwright, Victorian Englishness, modernist foreignness, the effect of World War I on language, and World War II on fashion. The collection also incorporates reflections on subcultural studies and on the fascination of the mystery of Jack the Ripper.

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Lucyna Krawczyk-Zywko is Assistant Professor at the Department of Cultural Studies of the Institute of English Studies, University of Warsaw, Poland. Her research interests include Victorian and Neo-Victorian studies. She co-edited We the Neo-Victorians. Perspectives on Literature and Culture (2013).
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Contents: Dorota Babilas: Queen Anne's Cultural Afterlife - Oleg Y. Polyakov: Literary Criticism in English Miscellany Periodicals (1730s-1750s) - Pawel Rutkowski: Antiquaries at War: Witchcraft and Superstition in Early English Ethnographical Writings - Grazyna Bystydzienska: Some Tendencies in Polish Translations of Eighteenth-Century English Literature - Stoddard Martin: Byron: The Outcast Playwright - Maria Popova: Victorian Englishness and G.M. Hopkins - Barbara Kowalik: Foreignness in Katherine Mansfield's Bliss and Other Stories - Randall Stevenson: "Hoarse Oaths that Kept our Courage Straight": The Great War, Language, and Silence - Katarzyna Kociolek: Politics and Fashion: British Parliamentary Debate on Utility Suits - Miroslaw Miernik: The Problem of Deviance in Subcultural Studies - Lucyna Krawczyk- ywko: From Hell via London to Paris or Lódz: Rewriting the "Jack the Ripper" Setting.