The Grotesque Depiction of War and the Military in Eighteenth-century English Fiction

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University of Delaware Press, 1990 - Literary Criticism - 229 pages
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A discussion of the tradition of grotesque portrayals of war and the military, especially their proliferation in Restoration and eighteenth-century English literature. Swift's the Travels is examined in particular, as well as the novels of Smollett, Fielding, and Stern. Illustrations of graphic satire by Hogarth and others.

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