At Home in England, or Projecting Liberal Citizenship in Moll Flanders

Yahav-Brown, Amit
September 2001
Novel: A Forum on Fiction;Fall2001, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p24
Academic Journal
Literary Criticism
Criticizes the novel 'Moll Flanders,' by Daniel Defoe. Theme of the novel; Discussion on Defoe's vision of social organization.


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