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CfP | Economies of the Literary Nation: Literary Capitalism and Nationalism in the Long 19th Century

A conference in Budapest, 13–14 June 2022, with keynote speaker Prof. Galin Tihanov (George Steiner Professor of Comparative Literature at Queen Mary University of London) The concept of “national literature” was one of the best-selling ideas in the long 19th century. The conviction that the forms and themes of literature were best determined by (inherited …

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