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Dr Anita Pacheco's OpenLearn Profile

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Dr Anita Pacheco

Dr Anita Pacheco

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Dr Anita Pacheco's research

Anita Pacheco (2015-09) 'Where Lies this Power Divine?': The Representation of Kingship in Aphra Behn's Early Tragicomedies, In Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 3(38)

Anita Pacheco (2014-12-08) Festive comedy in the widdow ranter: Behn's clowns and Falstaff, In Restoration 2(38)

Anita Pacheco (2013-11) '"Little Religion" but "Admirable Morals": Christianity and Honor in Aphra Behn's Oroonoko', In Modern Philology 2(111)

Anita Pacheco (2010) Teaching Behn's The Rover(1), Modern Language Association of America

Anita Pacheco (2007) William Shakespeare: Coriolanus, Northcote House

Anita Pacheco (2006) 'Swearing knaves and believing fools': false swearing in John Crowne's City Politiques, In Restoration 2(30)

Anita Pacheco (2004-11) Reading Toryism in Aphra Behn's cit-cuckolding comedies, In Review of English Studies 222(55)

Anita Pacheco (2002-06) A companion to early modern women's writing, Blackwell

Anita Pacheco (2002) Aphra Behn, The Rover, Part One, Blackwell

Anita Pacheco (1998) Rape and the female subject in Aphra Behn's The Rover, In ELH 2(65)

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