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0.32 David A. Brewer, Making Hogarth Heritage, Representations, 2000.
0.26 Stuart Semmel, Reading the Tangible Past: British Tourism Collecting and Memory after Waterloo, Representations, 2000.
0.24 Susan Stewart, Scandals of the Ballad, Representations, 1990.
0.23 Don Herzog, The Trouble with Hairdressers, Representations, 1996.
0.20 Mark Jones, Parody and Its Containments: The Case of Wordsworth, Representations, 1996.
0.18 Chris Waters, Representations of Everyday Life: L S Lowry and the Landscape of Memory in Postwar Britain, Representations, 1999.
0.17 Philip Connell, Bibliomania: Book Collecting Cultural Politics and the Rise of Literary Heritage in Romantic Britain, Representations, 2000.
0.16 Elizabeth Legge, Reinventing Derivation: Roles Stereotypes and "Young British Art", Representations, 2000.
0.07 Terry Castle, The Female Thermometer, Representations, 1987.
0.06 Anna Clark, Queen Caroline and the Sexual Politics of Popular Culture in London 1820. Representations, 1990,
0.06 Mark Rose, The Author as Proprietor: Donaldson v Becket and the Genealogy of Modern Authorship, Representations, 1988.
0.06 Thomas Laqueur, Bodies Death and Pauper Funerals, Representations, 1983.
0.06 Richard L. Stein, Remember the Téméraire: Turner's Memorial of 1839. Representations, 1985,
0.05 James Grantham Turner, Novel Panic: Picture and Performance in the Reception of Richardson's Pamela, Representations, 1994.
0.05 Philip Schwyzer, The Scouring of the White Horse: Archaeology Identity and "Heritage", Representations, 1999.