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James Mulholland

James Mulholland is an assistant professor of English at Wheaton College (Massachusetts). His current research examines the connection between oral culture and the emergence of poetic voice in eighteenth-century Britain. It uncovers and analyzes a century-long experiment with the printed representation of performing voices. His work has appeared in ELH and Studies in Eighteenth-Century Culture.

Articles by James Mulholland

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