Writing, representation and rescue: narrating an eighteenth-century history in S.I. Martin's incomparable world

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2005 Number 55

Writing, representation and rescue: narrating an eighteenth-century history in S.I. Martin's incomparable world
Christopher Campbell, pages -

Abstract

Christopher Campbell’s article - also related to Campbell and Kamali’s interview with S. I. Martin, above - explores the narration of eighteenth-century history in Martin’s Incomparable World. He considers the plot of the novel and suggests its strengths and weaknesses, particularly in relation to Martin’s representation of African American Londoners and his representations of England.

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Christopher Campbell (2005) Writing, representation and rescue: narrating an eighteenth-century history in S.I. Martin's incomparable world, New Formations, 2005(55), -

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