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Romanticism and Colonialism: Writing and Empire, 1780-1830

edited by Tim Fulford and Peter J. Kitson

The following form allows users to conduct keyword searches of the entire book Romantic Imperialsim, edited by Tim Fulford and Peter J. Kitson and published by Cambridge University Press, 1998. Queries return a short excerpt for every occurrence of the queried word in the text. This search function is provided by Cambridge University Press as a courtesy to its readers. It is designed to serve as a tool for scholars currently working with the text and to help prospective readers familiarize themselves with the contents of the text. Users can also read and search the complete text of the book's second and third chapters, "Romanticism and colonialism: races, places, peoples, 1785-1800" by Peter J. Kitson and "Romanticism and colonialism: races, places, peoples, 1800-1830" by Tim Fulford.

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