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Tourist images of late imperial Vienna
Jill Steward

London News, 15 December 1906, p. 895. 45 M. Tyers, ‘Beyond words: in search of Bohemia’, Romance Studies, 25 (1995) 85–7. See also J. V. Polisensky, Britain and Czechoslovakia, (Prague, Orbis, 1968), pp. 64–5. 46 G. R. Sims, ‘Off the track in London’, Strand Magazine, 160:27 (1904) 472. 47 S. Arata, ‘The occidental tourist: Dracula and the anxiety of reverse colonialism’, Victorian Studies, 33:4 (1990) 621

in Imperial cities
Digesting Africa
Tim Youngs

Time Machine’ (1895), the Morlocks, descendants of the proletariat, are almost certainly cannibals, feeding off the decadent Eloi, and the Time Traveller returns from his encounter with them casually revealing a hunger for meat; Dracula’s dietary habits in Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel are well known; and Kurtz in Conrad’s Heart of Darkness , as Tony Tanner has shown, 70 can be seen as cannibalistic

in Travellers in Africa
Norman Etherington

seen, it must be at the cost of a terrible sacrifice of life.’ 30 Here is imperialism in reverse – England to be invaded Dracula-like by an irresistible African conqueror. Haggard’s heroes have no defence against such an onslaught. The Cambridge don throws himself shamelessly at her feet and the reincarnated Leo Vincey is seduced over the corpse of a former lover. Only an accident saves the British throne. When the

in Imperium of the soul
Conrad’s Heart of Darkness
Tim Youngs

Conrad, ‘Travel’, p. 90. 36 Stanley, The Congo II, 66–7. 37 For a suggestive discussion of reverse colonisation in texts at this time see Stephen D. Arata, ‘The Occidental tourist: Dracula and the anxiety of reverse colonization’, Victorian Studies

in Travellers in Africa
Loyalty and imperial citizenship
Satadru Sen

India Foreign Department, Judicial Branch, # 79A, 1931, confidential, OIOC. 144 Ibid. 145 Government of Bombay Political Department C/586, 1933, OIOC. 146 Ibid. The controversial “Bodyline” cricket series between England and Australia had only just been concluded, and the England captain Douglas Jardine was then at the nadir of his reputation as Dracula incarnate. Ranjitsinhji himself gave mixed signals about Bodyline: on one occasion

in Migrant races