Its connections with Charlotte Bronte and her classic description of the house and the area in her novel Shirley, place it at the heart of English literary history.
What does ELH stand for?
ELH stands for English Literary History
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Thirdly, in the 1930s, Jane Austen's name began to appear as an important novelist in some academic books, for example, Xu Mingji's A History of English Literature (1933), Xie Liuyi's The Development of Western Novels (1933), and Jin Donglei's An Outline of English Literary History (1937).
The Oxford English Literary History, Volume X: 1910-1940: The Modern Movement.
She draws on current theories of gender and postcoloniality to revise traditional notions of English literary history.
The culmination of his work came in 1791 with the publication of Johnson's biography, generally considered one of the finest in English literary history.
ELH: A Journal of English Literary History 10 (1943):73-86.