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Author Shum, Matthew, author.

Title Improvisations of empire : Thomas Pringle in Scotland, the Cape Colony and London, 1789-1834 / Matthew Shum
Published London : Anthem Press, 2020
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Contents Cover -- Front Matter -- Half-title -- Title page -- Copyright information -- Table of Contents -- Chapters Int-Con -- Introduction -- Note -- Chapter 1 Scotland: 1789-1820 -- Notes -- Chapter 2 The Eastern Cape Frontier: 1820-22 -- Notes -- Chapter 3 Cape Town and Beyond: 1822-25 -- Notes -- Chapter 4 London: 1826-34 -- Notes -- Conclusion -- End Matter -- Bibliography -- Abbreviations -- Primary Sources -- Editions of Pringle -- Editorial Work -- Related Primary Sources -- Magazines, Journals and Newspapers -- Critical and Biographical Works -- Index
Summary 'Improvisations of Empire' examines the varied career of Thomas Pringle, a Scottish poet and journalist. It engages his formative Scottish years, his stay in South Africa and his subsequent residence in London where he became the secretary of the Anti-Slavery Society and a well-known editor
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed April 23, 2020)
Subject Pringle, Thomas, 1789-1834 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Pringle, Thomas, 1789-1834.
Imperialism in literature.
South African poetry (English) -- History and criticism
BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Literary
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1785273795
9781785273797