Oroonoko

Notes

  1. ^ Hutner 1993, p. 1.
  2. ^ a b Todd, 38
  3. ^ Todd, 40
  4. ^ Todd, 54
  5. ^ a b Exact Relation, quoted in Todd, 55
  6. ^ Todd, 61
  7. ^ Hughes, Derek (2007). Versions of Blackness. Cambridge University Press. p. xviii. ISBN 978-0-521-68956-4. 
  8. ^ Todd, 61–63
  9. ^ Todd, 70
  10. ^ Todd, 3
  11. ^ See, for example, the online course on Oroonoko from the University of California Santa Barbara, below
  12. ^ Behn, Gallagher, and Stern, 13
  13. ^ Behn, 38
  14. ^ Behn, 40
  15. ^ Behn, Gallagher, and Stern, 14
  16. ^ Behn, Gallagher, and Stern, 15
  17. ^ Mallipeddi, Ramesh (2012). "Spectacle, Spectatorship, and Sympathy in Aphra Behn’s Oroonoko". Eighteenth Century Studies 45 (4): 475–496. doi:10.1353/ecs.2012.0047. 
  18. ^ Stephen Greenblatt et al., eds. (2012). The Norton Anthology of English Literature, Volume C: The Restoration and The Eighteenth Century. W. W. Norton and Company, Inc. ISBN 978-0393912517.  CS1 maint: Explicit use of et al. (link)
  19. ^ Rivero, Albert J. (1999). "Aphra Behn's 'Oroonoko' and the 'Blank Spaces' of Colonial Fictions". Studies in English Literature 39 (3): 443–462. doi:10.1353/sel.1999.0029. 
  20. ^ Brown, 186.
  21. ^ Brown, 189
  22. ^ Anthology of British Literature, Concise Edition Vol. A. Broadview Press, 2007: 1180.
  23. ^ Athey and Alarcon, 28
  24. ^ Athey and Alarcon, 35
  25. ^ Athey and Alarcon, 36
  26. ^ a b Ferguson, 221
  27. ^ Porter 361

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