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Masquerade and Civilization. The carnivalesque in eighteenth-century English culture and fiction. download ebook

by Terry Castle

Masquerade and Civilization. The carnivalesque in eighteenth-century English culture and fiction. download ebook
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041600962X
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978-0416009620
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Terry Castle
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Unknown (November 6, 1986)
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384 pages
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Terry Castle is Associate Professor of English at Stanford University and the author of Clarissa's Ciphers: Meaning and Disruption in Richardson's Clarissa

Terry Castle is Associate Professor of English at Stanford University and the author of Clarissa's Ciphers: Meaning and Disruption in Richardson's Clarissa. A wealth of historical detail about the masquerade in 18th-century life and literature and a stimulating interpretation of what its prominence in that period reveals about the nature of identity and narrative.

Masquerade and Gender: Disguise and Female Identity in Eighteenth-Century Fictions by Women .

A wealth of historical detail about the masquerade in 18th-century life and literature and a stimulating interpretation of what its prominence in that period reveals about the nature of identity and narrative. An important contribution to literary criticism and to the history of leisure, this book will confirm Castle’s place among the major influences on the most exciting current scholarship in 18th century literature and gender studies. Philological Quarterly.

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Terry Castle (born October 18, 1953) is an American literary scholar. Masquerade and Civilization: The Carnivalesque in Eighteenth-Century English Culture and Fiction (1986). She writes on topics ranging from 18th-century ghost stories to World War I-era lesbianism to the so-called "photographic fringe.

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Chaney, D. (1993) Fictions of Collective Life: Public Drama in Late Modern Culture, London: Routledge.

Castle, T. (1986) Masquerade and Civilization: The Carnivalesque in Eighteenth-Century Culture and Fiction, London: Methuen. Caws, M. A. (1995) ‘An Erotics of Representation: fashioning the icon with Man Ray’, in S. Benstock and S. Ferriss (ed., On Fashion, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. Chaney, D. (1983) ‘Department Stores as Cultural Form’, Theory, Culture and Society 3. (1986) ‘The symbolic form of ritual in mass communication’, in P. Golding (e., Communicating Politics, Leicester: Leicester University Press.

Terry Castle, English Français. Terry Castle, Masquerade and Civilisation. The Carnivalesque in Eighteenth-Century English Culture and Fiction, Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1986, X–395 . 38 illustr.

Graham Pétrie McMaster University Terry Castle + 395pp.

Graham Pétrie McMaster University Terry Castle. Masquerade and Civilization: The Carnivalesque in Eighteenth-Century English Culture and Fiction. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 1986. I have been lucky in my subject," Terry Castle tells us early on in Masquerade and Civilization. But she is not lucky in the way winners of cash lotteries are lucky. Lucky subjects do not so much happen to critics as critics and scholars happen to them.