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"L'union fait la force? Multiple Authorship in Britain in the Long Nineteenth Century"

This PhD constitutes an important addition to current research on multiple authorship in the nineteenth century, which focuses mainly on writers couples, but has given little attention to the role of salons and writing networks. A theoretical frame of reference (Bourdeu,Butler) is applied to a series of case studies, followed by an exanination of the economic aspect of multiple autorship.

Date:1 Oct 2009 →  30 Sep 2013
Keywords:multiple authorship, nineteenth century, Britain
Disciplines:Literary studies, Language studies