Samuel Rowe

I study the relationship between narrative form and social and economic history during the long eighteenth century.  My dissertation treats villain characters in eighteenth-century British fiction, arguing for their distinctive narratological function, and situating them against the historical background of shifting conceptions of economic subjectivity.  I also maintain an interest in poetry, new and old, and have published on Romantic poetry as well as essays and reviews on recent poetry.  I graduated from Oberlin College in 2011 with a BA in Engl

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