FANNY HILL IN BOMBAY: The Making & Unmaking of John Cleland
Combining archival research into Cleland's tumultuous life with incisive readings of his body of work, Gladfelder positions John Cleland as a central figure in the development of the novel and the construction of modern notions of authorial and sexual identity in 18th-century England.
Publisher: Johns Hopkins
Item #: 5791154
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