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  • Nabokov's Adaby Brian Boyd

    Cybereditions 2001; US$ 17.95

    Brian Boyd's classic study explores the relationship between the obvious dazzle of Nabokov's style and the unsuspected depths of his thought before focusing on his richest and most surprising novel. This 'stunning', 'magnificent' first book by 'the great man of Nabokov studies', which 'provides not only the best commentary on Ada , but also a... more...

  • Skeptical Engagementsby Frederick Crews

    Cybereditions 2000; US$ 15.95

    This carefully reasoned and witty book presents a searing critique of the pretension and folly infecting the literary academy. Beyond targeting the excesses of ?theory,? the essays cover such diverse figures as Joseph Conrad, Henry Miller, Norman Mailer, Philip Roth, Philip Rahv, and Leslie Fiedler. more...

  • Death Is the Mother of Beautyby Mark Turner

    Cybereditions 2000; US$ 12.95

    In this book, Mark Turner shows that the languages of literature and everyday life are different expressions of the same universal mechanisms of the mind. Drawing on the languages and metaphors of kinship and causation, and on myriad examples in English literature from Chaucer to Wallace Stevens, he argues convincingly that all our thinking with... more...

  • Capitalism and Individualismby Tibor Machan

    Cybereditions 2000; US$ 15.95

    The purely economic view of individualism, homo economicus, cannot provide a basis for understanding human reality. Machan mounts a robust argument for a conception of the individual that recognizes the values of the free market and civil liberties but avoids licensing the unbridled pursuit of self-interest. more...

  • Poems in Personsby Norman Holland

    Cybereditions 2000; US$ 15.95

    This book gives the study of literature a powerful psychoanalytic model for the literary process. The first edition of Poems in Persons established American-style reader-response criticism and showed how this new understanding applies to all kinds of human psychological processes. This second revised edition adds important new developments to... more...

  • The Aesthetic Fieldby Arnold Berleant

    Cybereditions 2001; US$ 12.95

    Arguing that traditional answers to the question ?What is art?? are partial at best, Arnold Berleant contends that we need to understand art as a complex aesthetic field encompassing all the factors that form the context and experience of art. more...

  • The Mirror of Medusaby Tobin Siebers

    Cybereditions 2000; US$ 12.95

    Tobin Siebers exposes the role of superstition in unexpected areas of modern life. Combining literary and anthropological insights, his radical interpretations cast new light on the history of narcissism, the worldwide belief in the evil eye, Freud's theories of the uncanny and the role played by ethnocentrism in our view nonwestern peoples. ... more...

  • Tales and Teachings of the Buddhaby John Jones

    Cybereditions 2000; US$ 12.95

    This book reveals the vast fund of folkloric material embedded in popular Buddhism, beliefs and ideas which sometimes depart alarmingly from the orthodox tradition. In this compact study, both sources, Jtaka and Canon, each vast in extent, have been thoroughly explored and compared, making them more accessible than they have ever been before. more...

  • Tristram Shandyby Richard Lanham

    Cybereditions 2000; US$ 12.95

    Laurence Sterne's Tristram Shandy is one of the oddest comic novels in English literature. The Victorians were too morally earnest to see its meaning, while in our time critics have been too resolutely philosophical to grasp it. In contrast, Richard Lanham's introduction to Tristram Shandy combines clarity, wit, and grace. His account of the... more...

  • Sarah Orne Jewettby Josephine Donovan

    Cybereditions 2000; US$ 12.95

    An updated and revised edition of a classic study, this widely cited book presents a lucid review of all of Jewett's work, which includes nearly 200 stories and novels. In a new preface Donovan discusses the 'culture war' that has recently erupted over Jewett. more...