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Who is Alexander Welsh?
Alexander Welsh is a 1969 Guggenheim Fellow in Humanities.
- born on (82 years ago)
- nationality: United States of America
- education: PhD (English Literature) at Harvard University, graduated in
- written works: "Hamlet in his modern guises", "Dickens redressed", "What Is Honor?", "Thackeray; a collection of critical essays", "Freud's wishful dream book", "George Eliot and blackmail", "The city of Dickens", "From copyright to Copperfield", "Strong Representations", "Reflections on the hero as Quixote"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Humanities, US & Canada (English Literature)
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The Spenser Encyclopedia (2003)
by A.C. Hamilton
Alexander Welsh 1963 The ...
by David Scott Kastan
be viewed, Alexander Welsh cautions, against the backdrop of Victorian angelology. Dickens's characterizations of women as compulsively maternal, passively virtuous, spotlessly chaste, and uniformly infantilized serve to distort female ...
by Howard Mancing
233-67; Alexander Welsh, Reflections on the Hero as Quixote (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1981); and Eric J. Ziolkowski, The Sanc- tification of Don Quixote: From Hidalgo ...
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