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  • The Feast of St. Friendby Arnold Bennett

    The Floating Press 2014; US$ 3.99

    If the hustle and bustle and toxic consumerism of the holiday season has tarnished your enthusiasm, British author Arnold Bennett's essay collection The Feast of St. Friend is just the restorative balm you need. In a series of thoughtful meditations, Bennett reflects on the true meaning of Christmas and its deep spiritual significance. more...

  • The American Lawrenceby Lee M. Jenkins

    University Press of Florida 2015; US$ 74.95

    Although he is frequently perceived as a distinctly English author, in this study D. H. Lawrence is reevaluated as a creator and critic of American literature as well. From 1922-1925, during his ?savage pilgrimage? in Mexico and New Mexico, he completed the core of what this book terms his ?American oeuvre??including his major volume of criticism,... more...

  • Between Riversby Leni Dipple

    Oldcastle Books 2015; US$ 7.99

    In this volume, Leni Dipple explores how poetry might be represented in a range of contexts, cutting across cultures and languages. An esoteric collection designed for the serious reader of poetry, Between Rivers forms a simultaneously intricate and epic narrative inspired by the epistolary of Dipple?s grandfather and the work of Rainer Maria Rilke.... more...

  • The Midnight Letterboxby Edwin Morgan; James McGonigal; John Coyle

    Carcanet 2015; US$ 29.15

    One of the central figures of twentieth-century Scottish literature, Edwin Morgan was a prolific letter-writer. His correspondence, like his poetry, is wide-ranging, full of generosity and enthusiasm, and above all testament to his lifelong commitment to exploring the possibilities of poetry. This selection of his letters, spanning Morgan?s full career... more...

  • The Invisible Giftby David Morley

    Carcanet 2015; US$ 21.86

    Over the past twenty-five years, the award-winning writer David Morley has become known as one of Britain?s most original poets. Renowned for his energy and linguistic inventiveness, Morley is a master storyteller, whose poems uncover ‘universes bound together by language?. From Romani tales to sharply observed lyrics about nature, from political... more...

  • Otherwiseby John Dennison

    Auckland University Press 2015; US$ 14.57

    John Dennison?s first collection, Otherwise, is a finely crafted marvel. The poems here are concerned, above all, with love, and with the strange, unlooked-for manner of its appearances among us. Marked by an emotional acuity and formal deftness, the lyricism of Otherwise draws us into confrontations with human equivocacy and finitude. A trio of elegies... more...

  • Scuttlers (NHB Modern Plays)by Rona Munro

    Nick Hern Books 2015; US$ 14.57

    A thrillingly fast-paced play about youthful disaffection, protest and violence, drawing on the history of the Scuttlers, the youth gangs of nineteenth-century Manchester. It?s 1885 and the streets of Manchester are crackling with energy, youth and violence. As workers pour into Ancoats to power the Industrial Revolution, 50,000 people are crammed... more...

  • Multitudes (NHB Modern Plays)by John Hollingworth

    Nick Hern Books 2015; US$ 14.57

    A gripping, kaleidoscopic drama about a clash of values in multicultural Britain, from actor and playwright John Hollingworth. Bradford. On the eve of a Conservative Party Conference the country is in turmoil and one of its most multicultural cities awaits a visit from the Prime Minister. Kash, a liberal British Muslim, prepares his address to... more...

  • The World Before Snowby Tim Liardet

    Carcanet 2015; US$ 14.57

    During a record-breaking blizzard in Boston, two poets met, one American and one English. This meeting marked the beginning of a life-transforming love affair. The story is told in The World Before Snow, Tim Liardet?s tenth collection, a book of passionate extremes, in which he discovers new dimensions in language and form. The poems document some... more...

  • Representing China on the Historical London Stageby Dongshin Chang

    Taylor and Francis 2015; US$ 140.00

    This book provides a critical study of how China was represented on the historical London stage in selected examples from the late seventeenth century to the early twentieth century?which corresponds with the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911), China?s last monarchy. The examples show that during this historical period, the stage representations of the country... more...