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  • Imperial Masochismby John Kucich

    Princeton University Press 2009; US$ 55.00

    British imperialism's favorite literary narrative might seem to be conquest. But real British conquests also generated a surprising cultural obsession with suffering, sacrifice, defeat, and melancholia. "There was," writes John Kucich, "seemingly a different crucifixion scene marking the historical gateway to each colonial theater." In Imperial Masochism... more...

  • Victorian Afterlifeby John Kucich; Dianne F. Sadoff

    University of Minnesota Press 1996; US$ 60.00

    Major critical thinkers have found in the nineteenth century the origins of contemporary consumerism, sexual science, gay culture, and feminism. And postmodern theory, which once drove a wedge between contemporary interpretation and its historical objects more...

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