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    • Capitalism in the pastoral mode and Hardy’s Far from the Madding Crowd 

      Çelikkol, Ayşe (Taylor & Francis, 2021-01-05)
    • Globalization and economics 

      Çelikkol, Ayşe (Oxford University Press, 2016)
      Facing rapid capitalist expansion in the nineteenth century, Britons reflected on the webs of commercial exchange in which they were embedded. Focusing on John Stuart Mill’s notion of the perpetual reproduction of capital ...
    • The planetary in William Morris's late romances 

      Çelikkol, Ayşe (William Morris Society, 2018)
      The metaphor of the wet highway, which Morris had rehearsed in the Water of the Wondrous Isles prior to its appearance in The Sundering Flood, ascribes to the flood the qualities associated with an artifice. The flood ...
    • Poverty, Dickens’s Oliver Twist, and J. R. McCulloch 

      Çelikkol, Ayşe (Selçuk Üniversitesi, 2021-06-07)
      As the precursor to the science of economics, political economy concerned some topics that also preoccupied novelists, such as poverty and wealth. Literary criticism in the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries ...
    • Secularity and the limits of reason in Swinburne’s “Hymn to Proserpine” and “Hymn of Man” 

      Çelikkol, Ayşe (Cambridge University Press, 2021-06-11)
      As the philosopher Charles Taylor argues, some experiences of the secular have surprisingly little to do with the “self-sufficient power of reason” that Kant celebrates in “What Is Enlightenment?” This essay argues that ...
    • World ecology in Martineau’s And Gaskell’s colonial pastorals 

      Çelikkol, Ayşe (Oxford University Press, 2020)
      The pastoral tends to offer a retreat from modern life, but Harriet Martineau and Elizabeth Gaskell reverse this pattern. They both turn to the colonies to reconcile the pastoral mode with capitalism, and, in their pastoral ...