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>Call for Papers on "Rural Urbanities": how Eighteenth Century novelists
>represent (re-present) the city from the point of view of the country.
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>A panel at the South Central Society for Eighteenth Century Studies
>Conference, March 3-5, 2003 in Fort Worth, TX.
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>How do Eighteenth Century writers characterize the city from within the
>country/rural setting?  How does the city "invade" the country?  How is the
>city vilified and on what basis?  How do writers approach, handle, justify
>the city as "dangerous" but "civilized," while the country is "innocent" yet
>"savage"?  I invite submissions on both British and American literature.
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>Please send 300-500 word abstracts/proposals by January 15, 2003 to (e-mail
>versions preferred!):
>  Amy E. Harris Tan
>  Women's Studies, 607 AH
>  University of Houston
>  4800 Calhoun
>  Houston, TX  77024
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