The racial hand in the Victorian imagination /
The hands of colonized subjects - South Asian craftsmen, Egyptian mummies, harem women, and Congolese children - were at the crux of Victorian discussions of the body that tried to come to terms with the limits of racial identification. While religious, scientific, and literary discourses privileged...
|Published:||Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015.|
|Series:||Cambridge studies in nineteenth-century literature and culture ;
|Online Access:||Lake Forest College full text. Accessible anywhere on Lake Forest College campus or with a College login.|
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