Freedom's Empire: Race and the Rise of the Novel in Atlantic Modernity, 1640-1940 - PDF

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Description: In Freedom's Empire, Doyle constructs a genealogy of transatlantic modernism and the English-language novel from the seventeenth century through the present that foregrounds issues of both race and gender while prioritizing the cultural work done by female authors and narrators. [...] Doyle shows that challenging the prevailing structures of literary criticism is imperative to a more nuanced understanding of what in an earlier collection Doyle termed "geomodernisms," referring to a locational approach to the multiple ways in which modernisms interact with the discourses of global modernity that is meant to break open the study of canonical white Anglo-modernism.
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