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  • Women Writers in Renaissance Englandby Randall Martin

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 49.95

    Of all the new developments in literary theory, feminism has proved to be the most widely influential, leading to an expansion of the traditional English canon in all periods of study. This book aims to make the work of Renaissance women writers in English better known to general and academic readers so as to strengthen the case for their future inclusion... more...

  • The Arthurian Revivalby Debra Mancoff

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 135.00

    Discrete inquiries into 15 forms of the Arthurian legends produced over the last century explore how they have altered the tradition. They consider works from the US and Europe, and those aimed at popular and elite audiences. The overall conclusion is that the "Arthurian revival" is an ongoing event, and has become multivalent, multinational, and... more...

  • Arthurian Legend in the Seventeenth Centuryby Roberta Florence Brinkley

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 120.00

    The study of the Arthurian legend in the 1600s has revealed almost no romance; the stories are more about the truth of Arthur?s existence and his exploits, with influence due to political bearing of the royalty versus parliament at the time. This fascinating study elucidates the differences between the stories of the seventeenth century and those... more...

  • George Mooreby Ann Heilmann; Mark Llewellyn; Kirsti Bohata; Michel Brunet; Adrian Frazier; Elizabeth Grubgeld; Anna Gruetzner Robins; Jane Jordan; María Elena Jaime de Pablos; Stoddard Martin; Katherine Mullin; Mary Pierse; Nathalie Saudo-Welby

    University of Delaware 2014; US$ 84.99

    George Moore: Influence and Collaboration explores in sustained form for the first time the nature of Moore?s interactions with other European writers and artists of the fin de siècle. This book explores the full range of Moore?s collaborations and cultural encounters: from 1870s Paris art exhibitions to turn-of-the-century Dublin and London. more...

  • The Life of Charlotte Bronteby Elizabeth Gaskell

    The Floating Press 2011; US$ 3.99

    Nineteenth-century novelist Elizabeth Gaskell was inspired to start writing in part through her friendship with Charlotte Bronte. Later, Gaskell took on the project of composing the first serious, full-length biography of Bronte, a work that scholars agree did much to fan the flames of Bronte's then-burgeoning reputation. The Life of Charlotte... more...

  • The Life of Lord Byronby John Galt

    The Floating Press 2014; US$ 3.99

    Even by today's standards, nineteenth-century British poet Lord Byron led a wild life. In between his passionate and public love affairs with both men and women, his alleged dalliance with his half-sister, his courageous battlefield exploits in the Greek War of Independence, and his untimely death from a fatal illness at the age of 36, he managed... more...

  • Pygmalionby George Bernard Shaw

    The Floating Press 1912; US$ 3.95

    In George Bernard Shaw's play Pygmalion a phonetician believes the power of speech is such that he can introduce a Cockney flower girl to polite society after careful language and etiquette training, and no one will discern her true roots. The professor and the flower girl grown close, but after her successful debut she rejects the professor and... more...

  • Poems by Currer, Ellis, and Acton Bellby Charlotte Bronte; Emily Bronte; Anne Bronte

    The Floating Press 2014; US$ 3.99

    Fans of the Bronte sisters should add this remarkable volume of poetry to their must-read list. Initially released in 1846, this volume was the first work published by any of the sisters. In order to protect their identities and avoid the condescension often directed at female writers during the period, the Bronte sisters used gender-neutral pen names.... more...

  • George Eliotby Mathilde Blind

    The Floating Press 2014; US$ 3.99

    Mary Ann Evans, the British writer who worked under the male pen name George Eliot, was a fascinating literary figure and one of the most influential novelists of the Victorian period. This biography from Mathilde Blind delves into Eliot's life and work, presenting a compelling, well-rounded account. more...

  • From a College Windowby Arthur Christopher Benson

    The Floating Press 2014; US$ 3.99

    Throughout his life, poet and essayist Arthur Christopher Benson also worked as an educator and school administrator. This collection of essays presents Benson's views on topics ranging from art to the aging process, filtered through the lens of someone who is actively engaged in the difficult but rewarding work of educating a nation's youth. more...