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Literature & History is a biannual international refereed journal concerned to investigate the relations between writing, history and ideology. It provides an open forum for practitioners coming from the distinctive vantage points of either discipline (or from other adjacent subject areas) to explore issues of common concern: period, content, gender, class, nationality, changing sensibilities, discourse and language. Unique in its essentially plural identity, Literature & History began publication in 1975 and since 1992 has appeared under the imprint of Manchester University Press. Special issues devoted to a particular period or theme (produced under guest editorship) are published from time to time. Literature & History is a well known, theoretically self-conscious, and much referred to landmark in interdisciplinary studies and has consistently attracted contributions of high calibre.

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Publisher: Manchester University Press

Volume 13, Number 2, Autumn 2004



Free Content Q.D. Leavis: Women and Education under Scrutiny
pp. 67-85(19)
Author: Stewart, Victoria



Free Content Reviews
pp. 86-116(31)
Authors: Jenkins, Keith; Farnell, Gary; Curry, Anne; Hick, Michael; Lowe, Ben; Barker, Simon; Clark, Peter; Roots, Ivan; Knoppers, Laura Lunger; Richardson, R.C.; Gregory, Jeremy; Speck, W. A.; Sales, Roger; Thirsk, Joan; Simons, John; Jarvis, Robin; Kiernan, Victor; Briggs, Asa; Conkie, Rob


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