On Mutiny fiction

  1. Benita Parry, Delusions And Discoveries: Studies on India in the British Imagination1880 – 1930. London; Penguin, 1972
  2. Firdous Azim, The Colonial Rise Of The Novel. London; Routledge, 1993.
  3. Patrick Brantlinger, Rule of Darkness: British Literature and Imperialism 1830-1914. Ithaca, NY : Cornell UP,1988. Includes a discussion of Mutiny fiction and the incidents at Cawnpore.
  4. Jenny Sharpe: Allegories of empire: the figure of woman in the colonial text, U of Minnesota Press, 1993 »
  5. Sara Suleri: The rhetoric of English India, University of Chicago Press, 1993 »
  6. M. Keith Booker: Colonial power, colonial texts: India in the modern British novel, University of Michigan Press, 1997 »
  7. Gautam Chakravarty: The Indian mutiny and the British imagination, Cambridge University Press, 2005 »
  8. Leslie M. Reich: The White Author’s Burden: Justifications of Empire in the Fiction of British India, University of Pennsylvania 2007 »
  9. Christopher Herbert: War of no pity: the Indian Mutiny and Victorian trauma, Princeton University Press, 2008 »
  10. Indrani Sen: ‘Cruel, Oriental despots’. Representations in nineteenth-century British colonial fiction, 1858-1900; in: Waltraud Ernst, Biswamoy Pati: India’s princely states: people, princes and colonialism, Routledge, 2007 »
  11. Unequal Partners: Charles Dickens, Wilkie Collins, and Victorian Authorship‎, by Lillian Nayder – 2002 – 221 Seiten / … initially mistaken for “a spy in the service of the Indian conspiracy” (487, 495), … Dickens invokes the sexual myths of mutiny novels and opium den »
  12. Pictorial Victorians: the inscription of values in word and image‎, by Julia Thomas – 2004 – 203 pages / For an account of the involvement of this regiment in the Indian Mutiny, … For a discussion of this and other images of the Indian Mutiny, see Brian Allen »
  13. Telling histories: narrativizing history, historicizing literature‎, by Susana Onega Jaén, Susana Onega – 1995 – 208 pages / One of the overseas events that most influenced British thinking was the 1857 Indian Mutiny, as testified to by the enormous newspaper coverage devoted to … »
  14. Imperialism & orientalism: a documentary sourcebook‎, by Barbara Harlow, Mia Carter – 1999 – 408 Seiten »
  15. Fictions of India: narrative and power‎, by Peter Morey, 2000 – 216 pages / … The Indian Rebellion of 1857, Sphere Books. — (1988) The Sahibs and the Lotus: … (1983) The Hill of Devi, and Other Indian Writings, Edward Arnold. »

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