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New forms of political corruption had apparently become an indispensable part of 18th-century constitutional practice in Britain – with the government (or ‘the crown’) buying the necessary parliamentary majorities and the City bribing court officials and members of the Commons. A passionate...
In view of the fact that David Lodge's campus novels are renowned for their ability to make light of traditional gender stereotypes as well as for their purportedly liberal, pro-feminist, intertexual, dialogical and metatextual dimensions, this article seeks to explore more precisely the...
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