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Book Description

Hardback. 228p. A study of both the fictional and non-fictional representations of the relationship between England and Ireland in the 19th century. Utilising post-colonial and feminist theory, novels by Maria Edgeworth, Sydney Owenson, Charles Kingsley and Anthony Trollope and other writing by Edmund Burke, Thomas Carlyle, Frederick Engels, Matthew Arnold, and John Stuart Mill. Of relevance to those with an interest in either 19th century history and politics, or 19th century fiction. A very detailed bibliography. Indexed. Very clean and neat.
Author Corbett, Mary Jean
Date 2000
Binding Hardback
Publisher Cambridge University Press,
Condition Near fine, bright copy in like dust wrapper.

Price: £12.00

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