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Travel and Otherness in Nineteenth-Century British Writing (EBOOK)

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The essays collected in the volume cover a wide selection of texts representing different genres, literary currents and ideological perspectives to offer diverse interpretative insights into the cultural significance of travel and foreignness in British... czytaj więcej

Travel and Otherness in Nineteenth-Century British Writing (EBOOK)

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Place and year of publication:
Warszawa 2022
Publication language:
angielski
ISBN/ISSN:
978-83-235-5914-6
EAN:
9788323559146
Number of page:
220
Method of publication:
EPUB
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0,47 MB
Publication type:
Praca naukowa
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.31338/uw.9788323559061
The essays collected in the volume cover a wide selection of texts representing different genres, literary currents and ideological perspectives to offer diverse interpretative insights into the cultural significance of travel and foreignness in British writing of the nineteenth century. Taken together, they aptly display the complexity of attitudes towards the Other as well as the diversity of textual strategies applied to depict the experience of travel and cultural difference.

Keywords: British literature, 19th century, travel, otherness, textual strategies.

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