In the interview that comprises this volume, Anne Mellor recounts her determined commitment to rethinking Romanticism through the lens of gender. On the eve of retirement, Mellor continues to query our assumptions and preoccupations as Romanticists...
Daniel J. O'Quinn, "Through Colonial Spectacles: the Irish Vizier and the Female-Knight in James Cobb's Ramah Droog" The Containment and Re-deployment of English India, edited by Daniel J. O'Quinn
John Inigo Richards, sketch of set design for Act I, scene 2 of James Cobb's Ramah Droog, produced at Covent Garden, November 1798. From the Enthoven Collection and by permission of the Victoria and Albert Museum.
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