Organs of becoming : reading, editing and censoring the texts of M. Barnard Eldershaw's Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow
This thesis, a study of the reading, editing and censoring of M. Barnard Eldershaw's Tomorrow and Tomorrow and Tomorrow, contains two key objectives. Firstly, it aims to demonstrate how the unusual structure and subject matter of the novel influenced its conflicting readings, its uneven reception and its tortuous editorial history. A utopian reading of the novel is offered as a useful method to explore the ambivalent messages in its contradictory and many-layered narrative. The novel's...[Show more]
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