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“…89–98; Eacott, , pp. 30–33), and analysis of Robinson Crusoe (Liu, ). For the American Revolutionary era, Daniel O'Quinn () uses Johnson's definitions to underscore the relationship between “sociability, amusement, and the performance of martial subjectivity” (pp.…”
Section: Towards a History Of Imperial Entertainmentmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…56 But even more, after the humiliating Macartney Embassy of 1793 in which Qianlong famously rejected George III's commerce-minded overtures (because "we do [not] have the slightest need of your country's manufactures"), vaccination was also quickly recognized for its symbolic value as a type of commodity. 57 John Barrow, for instance -the former surgeon of the Macartney Embassy -declared in an 1806 letter to Edward Jenner that the invention of vaccination meant nothing less than that "the English at length as well as the other Europeans have established their claim (which though last is not least) on the gratitude of the Chinese" (emphasis mine). 58 For Barrow, vaccination technology represented the linchpin commodity that Europeans had been waiting for -the "manufacture" that would finally penetrate that most hermetic of symbolic markets, the Chinese.…”
Section: How China Became the "Cradle Of Smallpox"mentioning
confidence: 99%