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Lauryl Tucker’s Unexpected Pleasures takes a series of novels from twentieth-century Britain and identifies a particular strain of parody that flows through them. The novels, which run from Virginia Woolf’s Orlando at one end of the twentieth century to Zadie Smith’s White Teeth at the other,...
Following the trace of ‘The Marketing of Printed Books in Late Medieval England’ (A. S. G. Edwards and Carol M. Meale, The Library, 6th ser., 15 , 95–124), new readings of early Tudor printed books are changing our understanding of England’s first printers. Alexandra Gillespie’s Print...
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