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Russia and Invasion Literature

Introduction from an original article by Derek Linney (author of www.theriddleofthesands.com). To view the full article click here:  Russia and Invasion Literature Essay. To download or view the full article (pdf) click here: Russia and Invasion Literature Derek Linney (2015), Have academic studies of Victorian and Edwardian invasion literature significantly …

Harry Wood – Papers & Website

Harry Wood, a PhD student at University of Liverpool, is researching and has recently written a number of articles on Edwardian Invasion-Scare Literature’ Papers: Wood, H. (2013) Conservatism and the Radical Right in Edwardian Invasion-scare fiction. academia.edu http://www.academia.edu/2447653/Conservatism_and_the_Radical_Right_in_Edwardian_Invasion-scare_fiction Wood, H. (2013) Portraits of anxiety – the use of illustration in …

Juvenile Literature – Articles

There are a number of articles specifically looking at Juvenile Fiction and its impact on the attitudes of boys: Dunae, P. A. (1980). “Boys’ literature and the idea of empire, 1870-1914”, Victorian Studies, 24(1), 105. In 1902 Frank Bullen, novelist and adventurer, that every British boy was a confirmed imperialist. …

Clarke, I. F. – Papers

Clarke, I. F. (1965). “THE BATTLE OF DORKING, 1871-1914.” Victorian Studies 8(4): 309-327. The Battle of Dorking,” a short story by Sir George Tomkyns Chesney published in ‘Blackwood’s Magazine’ in 1871, depicted an imaginary German invasion of England. Chesney, a lieutenant colonel of engineers, sought to arouse public awareness of …