|aLove, language, place, and identity in popular culture :|bromancing the other /|cedited by María T. Ramos-García and Laura Vivanco.
|aLanham :|bLexington Books,|cc2020.
|aviii, 163 pages ;|c23 cm
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aBritannia's daughters: popular romance fiction and the ideology of national superiority (1950s-1970s) / Maria del Mar Perez-Gil -- "And they drive on the wrong side of the road": the Anglo-centric vision of the Canary Islands in Mills & Boon romance novels (1955-1987) / Maria Jesus Vera-Cazorla -- Cross-cultural romance and the shadow of the Sheikh / Maureen Mulligan -- Othering and language: bilingual romances in the Canary Islands / Maria Isabel Gonzalez-Cruz -- Language awareness in four romances set on the island of Madeira / Aline Bazenga -- Archipelagoes of romance: decapitalized otherness in Caribbean trash fiction / Ramon E. Soto-Crespo -- Public conflicts and private treaties in Kathleen Eagle's Fire and rain / Johanna Hoorenman -- Changing attitudes to others: Meljean Brook's Riveted (2012) and its contexts / Laura Vivanco -- Representations of otherness in paranormal romance: race and wealth in Nalini Singh and J.R. Ward / Maria T. Ramos-Garcia -- "There's something charming about a man with an accent, isn't there?": the representations of otherness in three novels by Lisa Kleypas / Inmaculada Perez-Casal.