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Subjugated Knowledges: Journalism, Gender, and Literature in the 19th Century

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This book examines the connection between print and culture in the nineteenth century, identifying a neglected and important body of Victorian criticism. "Subjugated Knowledges" explores the relations of certain forms of nineteenth-century printed texts to their modes of production and to each other, in their own time period and in ours. Brake claims that there is a high degree of interdependence among literature, history, and journalism. She investigates the ways in which space is designated male or female as well as the ...

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