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For questions regarding the influence of historical events or notions on a literary work.

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In Sir Walter Scott's "Chronicles of the Canongate" we have the following "indigestion, from having swallowed victuals like a Lei'stershire clown bolting bacon" I have not traced any other refer …
asked Dec 17 '18 by mikado
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In 19th century fiction, there are a lot of references to moneylenders as "Jews". For example, in "Framley Parsonage", by Anthony Trollope, Lord Lufton says "the pocket-books of the Jews are stuffed …
asked Mar 11 '17 by mikado