"Mum Budget" : Henry Fielding and the articulations of audibility

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O'Connell, Lisa Marie. (2017). "Mum Budget" : Henry Fielding and the articulations of audibility. Republics of Letters. 5(2), pp. 1-10.
AuthorsO'Connell, Lisa Marie
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[Extract] This article explores relations among three different eighteenth-century domains. The first I will call “the audible”; the second covers government censorship and the political structure underpinning it; and the third is literary culture. More specifically, I will examine the final phase of Henry Fielding’s theatrical career as a key moment for literary culture’s response to new governmental attempts to control audibility.

Year2017
JournalRepublics of Letters
Journal citation5 (2), pp. 1-10
PublisherStanford University Press
ISSN2159-1873
Web address (URL)https://arcade.stanford.edu/rofl/%E2%80%9Cmum-budget-henry-fielding-and-articulations-audibility
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