Laurel Brake

Standard Name: Brake, Laurel


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Intertextuality and Influence George Eliot
The essay contributes, as critic Laurel Brake has argued, to a continuing debate over gender both within the progressive Westminster itself and in mid-Victorian culture more broadly.
Brake, Laurel. Print in Transition. Palgrave.
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Occupation Walter Pater
While at Brasenose , he wrote three anonymous essays for the Westminster Review: Coleridge 's Writings, Winckelmann, and The Poetry of William Morris. All three were attacked, says scholar Laurel Brake


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Brake, Laurel, and Marysa Demoor, editors. Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism In Great Britain and Ireland. Academia Press, 2009.
Brake, Laurel. Print in Transition. Palgrave, 2001.
Brake, Laurel. Subjugated Knowledges. Macmillan; New York University Press, 1994.
Brake, Laurel. Walter Pater. Northcote House, 1994.