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8 May 2019

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Congratulations to Professor Ève Morisi on the publication of ‘Death Sentences: Literature and State Killing’

Death Sentences: Literature and State Killing, co-edited by Professor Ève Morisi, Tutorial Fellow in French, along with Dr Birte Christ, has been published by Legenda and the Modern Humanities Research Association.

The book considers the representation of the death penalty in works of fiction from Western Europe and the United States from the 18th century to the present day, with a particular focus on Hugo, Dostoevsky, Wilde, Kafka, Mailer, and others.

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