AffiliationUniversity of Chester
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AbstractThis contribution to A Cultural History of Hair: The Age of Empire considers a variety of representations of hair in literature and wider culture. It argues that such representations exhibit a complex array of significations, including moral judgements and cultural anxieties of the age.
CitationWest, S. (2018). Cultural Representations: Hair as the Abundant Signifier. In S. Heaton (Ed.), A Cultural History of Hair: The Age of Empire (pp. 157-168). London, United Kingdom: Bloomsbury.
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