The six articles collected in this third issue in Volume 13 encompass
a variety of sources and approaches. The texts examined date
from the sixteenth century through to the twentieth. They range
from novels to plays, musical scores to diplomatic letters and legal
documents, and draw on selected historical, theoretical, philosophical
and psychological tracts, advocating the journal’s interest
in the dialogue between literary and cultural studies.
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