- Title Pages
- Series Editors’ Preface
- Notes on Contributors
Chapter 1Pugachev Goes Global: The Revolutionary Potential of Translation
Chapter 2“The Tranquil March of the Revolution”: German and German-American Reverberations of Mary Wollstonecraft’s Writings
Chapter 3Translation as Conceptual Reverberation: “Revolution” in Wales 1688–1937
Chapter 4Revolution in Colonial Translation: From Saint-Domingue to Haiti
Chapter 5Enlightenment Tropes in French Popular Theater on the Haitian Revolution in the 1790s
Chapter 6Reverberations of the Haitian Revolution: Media, Narratives and Political Debates, 1791–1863
Chapter 7Ribbons of Revolution: Tricolor Cockades Across the Atlantic
Chapter 8The Noble Turk: Estanislao de Cosca Vayo’s Grecia, ó la doncella de Missolonghi (1830) and the Spanish Response to the Greek War of Independence
- Coda: Frederick Douglass and the Wild Songs of Revolution
- Reverberations of Revolution
- Elizabeth Amann, Michael Boyden
- Edinburgh University Press
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