Elshender: A Tale of a Poor Man

How convenient was it to have access to an almost endless supply of labour, free labour – slaves by any other name? How just was it to put a man to trial, when that man had no right to speak in defence of himself in court? Just how many of the countless ‘convicts’ sent to the ‘new world’ by the British legal system were actually guilty of the crimes they were accused of? More
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About Matthew Simon Alexander

Matthew Simon Alexander holds an MA in Contemporary Literature and Culture from the University of Manchester. He is currently undertaking a PhD English at University of Liverpool. His research focuses on David Foster Wallace's corpus around the broad theme of gender relations.

Academic publications:
On the Notion of “Failure” in David Foster Wallace's Infinite Jest: A Consideration of Joelle van Dyne's Character and the Figure of St. Teresa of Avila - http://www.excursions-journal.org.uk/index.php?journal=excursions&page=article&op=view&path%5B%5D=214

David Foster Wallace and Repressive Taboos: Clenette Henderson, yrstruly and the identity politics of representation - https://www.academia.edu/33249759/David_Foster_Wallace_and_Repressive_Taboos_Clenette_Henderson_yrstruly_and_the_identity_politics_of_representation

Engaging with David Foster Wallace's Hideous Men - http://community.dur.ac.uk/postgraduate.english/ojs/index.php/pgenglish/article/view/180

Queer and Transgender Representation, and the Queering of Language in the Works of David Foster Wallace: So What [is] the Exact Pernt to that Like [?] - http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/luminary/issue5/index.htm

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