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Matthew Eshleman

solidarity in Being and Nothingness leaves ample room for rational reconstruction and has struck many readers as somewhat thin, it is, nonetheless, an account of solidarity that pins the oppression of the working class on the starched shirts of the

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Kathleen Lennon

of which are established in white culture as signs of class, like the ‘executive’ and the Ivy League student; some of which are marked as feminine, ranging from high drag to butch queen; and some of them, like that of the ‘bangie’, are taken from

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Deborah Evans

cannot dissociate these individual acts from the wider collective global project to establish Sharia law. This project has been led by the emergence of an educated middle class in the Arab-Muslim world. For many, the project of jihad and the creation of a

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The Mysterious Mr Le Queux

War Novelist, Defence Publicist and Counterspy

Roger T. Stearn

others and possibly from himself. Contrary to later myth, it was possible to be secure, fulfilled and happy within the lower middle class. Nevertheless, some persons born into it did see it as a prison and an insult and yearned to escape to the

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Michael B. Loughlin

the rhetoric of revolution, but by then he generally described his socialism using rhetoric calling for an end to class conflict under the “supposed” inspiration of the French revolutionary tradition and an indictment of German materialist socialism as

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John Ireland and Constance Mui

principally to highlight its limitations and insufficiencies. Sartre saw groups, not classes, as agents of change; he did not believe in a dialectics of nature. He had serious doubts about Marx as an economist and as the leader of a political party. For

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Revisiting Existential Marxism

A Reply to Alfred Betschart

Ronald Aronson

historical-materialist conception of the relation between economics, politics, and culture, its understanding of social class, and its fundamentally democratic commitment. Moreover, there was something profound in common between Sartre's bedrock understanding

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Beyond Colonial Tropes

Two Productions of A Midsummer Night’s Dream in Palestine

Samer Al-Saber

dramaturgy studies. He recalled that the production took on an ethnic dimension and emphasized class distinctions by casting Middle Easterners as the Mechanicals. His own dramaturgical choices likewise highlighted class divisions among the characters

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Making Friends of the Nations

Australian Interwar Magazines and Middlebrow Orientalism in the Pacific

Victoria Kuttainen and Sarah Galletly

tensions between education and leisure, realism and fantasy, sophistication and relaxation, art and entertainment, documentary and romance, upward mobility and renunciation of class strictures and aspirations. These binaries, we suggest, structured modern

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The Taming of the Tigress

Faṭima Rushdī and the First Performance of Shrew in Arabic

David C. Moberly

nation.’ 1 The Taming of the Shrew occupies a unique place in Egyptian theatre, standing at the intersection of its colonial and revolutionary history, framing the clashes between its westernized elites and its lower classes, and helping vocalize its