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The language of loyalty
Edward Vallance

. Wymer (eds), Neo-Historicism: Studies in Renaissance Literature, History and Politics (Studies in renaissance literature, 5, 2000), ch. 9. 12 Zwicker, ‘Politics of affectivity’, p. 212. 13 Matthew McCormack, ‘Rethinking “loyalty” in eighteenth-century Britain’, Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies , 35 (2012), 409–11. See also F. O’Gorman and A. Bradstock, ‘Loyalism and the British world: overviews, themes and linkages’, in Bradstock and O’Gorman (eds

in Loyalty, memory and public opinion in England, 1658–​1727
Piero Garofalo, Elizabeth Leake, and Dana Renga

Renaissance Literature (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 1992), p. 43, original italics. 36 Schiesari, The Gendering of Melancholia, 14. 37 Brooks, The Melodramatic Imagination, 30. 38 Linda Williams, ‘Melodrama Revised’, in Nick Brown (ed.), Refiguring American Film Genres: Theory and History (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1998), p. 66. 39 Teresa de Lauretis, Technologies of Gender: Essays on Film,Theory, Fiction (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1987), p. 44. 40 Pam Cook, ‘Melodrama and the Woman’s Picture’, in Marcia Landy (ed

in Internal exile in Fascist Italy