Textual Practice

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Psychology Press, 1997 M03 13 - 210 pages
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In this issue some of the most influential critics in the field encounter their colleagues in debate: A sad tale's best for South AfricaMartin Orkin;Shakespeare and Hanekom, King Lear and landNicholas Visser;Questioning Robert Young's post-colonial criticismLaura Chrisman;Response to Laura ChrismanRobert Young;Making love to our employment, or the immateriality of arguments about the materiality of the Shakespearean textEdward Pechter;Lover among the ruins: response to PechterMargreta de Grazia and Peter Stallybrass;Busy doing nothing: a response to Edward PechterGraham Holderness, Bryan Loughrey and Andrew Murphey;'Is she fact or is she fiction?': Angela Carter and the enigma of womanAnne Fernihough;The new romanticism: philosophical stand-ins in English Romantic discoursePaul Hamilton
 

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Contents

Articles
11
Nicholas Visser
25
Laura Chrisman
39
response to Pechter
69
Anne Fernihough
89
Paul Hamilton
109
Reviews
127
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