Len Platt

Len Platt
Goldsmiths, University of London · Department of Educational Studies

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Between the years 1890 to 1930 a large number of popular musical theatre shows—musical comedies and operettas—were exchanged between London and Berlin. This essay represents the first attempt by scholars to examine this cultural practice. It outlines the implications of cultural transfer and exchange in terms of theatre history generally and the mo...
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Jenny Holt’s book is concerned with the social construction of masculinities as they are articulated in a particular literary genre, public school literature—which includes novels but also school histories and biographies. It begins by mapping the symbolic resonance carried by male adolescence in the fictional culture of industrial Britain across t...
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Mary M. McGlynn's book is determinedly positioned beyond postcolonialism. Although she draws on Homi Bhabha's work to show how hybridity and heteroglossia give voice to the dispossessed of empire, McGlynn makes it clear that she shares David Lloyd's critique of Bhabha's faith in hybridity as a universally positive force and more generally highlight...
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Rosa Praed once had a reputation for being something of a radical. Ranging in her novels from staunch support of the squatterarchy to sentimental sympathy for the common man, her political instincts were basically paternalist and landlordist, but for all the general conservatism she was typically understood as an independent spirit, a straight talk...