English, Drama & Film Research Collection [9]

 

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Recent Submissions

  • Daly, Nicholas (Spartacus, 2011)
    In this essay I want to consider some of the ways in which nineteenth-century art, drama, and literature emotionally engaged their audience through melodrama, an affective form that aimed at a physical response in the ...
  • Daly, Nicholas (Cambridge University Press, 2015)
    Modernism first emerges during the transformations of time and space wrought by the age of steam, and it comes to dominance against the background of the 'second industrial revolution'. This revolution, which was really ...
  • Daly, Nicholas (Cambridge, 2012-05)
    A chapter such as this can provide only a partial account of the web of connections among popular modes in the nineteenth century, and their subsequent remediation. I have focused here on some strands of this web – tales ...
  • Daly, Nicholas (Bloomsbury, 2014-10-23)
    This chapter will look at the role of the senses in literature across a diverse period, spanning Romantic, Victorian and Modernist literary formations. There are, nonetheless, significant continuities across this period, ...
  • Pine, Emilie (Palgrave, 2014-02)
    Post-conflict films of the Northern Irish Troubles are, overwhelmingly, male-dominated narratives. These screen stories are marked not by representations of militarized masculinities, but by victimized masculinity and the ...