Kinser, Brent

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The displaced seanchaĆ­ : Irish heritage in the works of Oscar Wilde 2010 3305 Critics traditionally have insisted on labeling Oscar Wilde as an English writer, largely neglecting the fact that he was born and raised in Ireland. Many factors contribute to the categorization of Wilde as English: he lived outside of Ireland muc...
"England hath need of thee": the omniscient narrator of Bleak House and Charles Dickens's Miltonic ascendance to cultural icon 2017 75 As a proponent for social change few authorrs have had the continuing impact or critical influence of Charles Dickens (1812-70), who used his writings to critique and, he wished, to change his culture. In this respect, Dickens was similar to John Mil...