July 2, 2016

Articles of Interest In the April Issue of Journal of British Studies

A number of very interesting articles in the April 2016 issue of the Journal of British Studies.

David Coast, Rumor and “Common Fame”: The Impeachment of the Duke of Buckingham and Public Opinion in Early Stuart England, at pp. 241-267.

William Farrell, Smuggling Silks into Eighteenth-Century Britain: Geography, Perpetrators, and Consumers, at pp. 268-294.

Desmond Fitz-Gibbon, The London Auction Mart and the Marketability of Real Estate in England, 1808–1864, at pp. 295-319.

Kate Imy, Fascist Yogis: Martial Bodies and Imperial Impotence, at pp. 320-343.

Emily Curtis Walters, Between Entertainment and Elegy: The Unexpected Success of R. C. Sherriff's Journey's End (1928), at pp. 320-373.

Gavin Schaffer, Fighting Thatcher with Comedy: What to Do When There Is No Alternative, at pp. 374-397.

Via Simon Stern @ArsScripta.

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