Dickens and the Children of Empire examines the themes of childhood and empire throughout Dickens' oeuvre. The prestigious group of contributors initiate and extend debates on the subjects of post-colonialism, literature of the child and present childhood as an apt metaphor for the colonized subject in Dickens' work.
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(216mm x 140mm x 12mm)
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Author Biography - Wendy S. Jacobson
BILL ASHCROFT Lecturer, University of New South Wales, Sydney MURRAY BAUMGARTEN Founding Director of the Dickens Project and Lecturer at Santa Cruz campus, University of California JOHN BOWEN Lecturer in English, Keele University ANTHONY CHENNELLS Researcher and Author KATE FLINT Reader in English, University of Oxford CATHERINE GALLAGHER Eggers Professor of English Literature, University of California, Berkeley JAMES R. KINCAID Author ROBERT E. LOUGY Lecturer, Pennsylvania State University GREENWELL MATSIKA Lecturer, University of the North in South Africa, Zimbabwe LILLIAN NAYDER Associate Professor of English, Bates College, Lewiston, Maine CATHERINE ROBSON Assistant Professor of English, University of California, Davis GRAHAME SMITH Professor of English Studies, University of Stirling MALVERN VAN WYK SMITH Professor of English, Rhodes University, South Africa