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  • ' Modernist' Women Writers and Narrative Artby Kathleen Wheeler

    Palgrave Macmillan 1994; US$ 67.00

    This book is an examination of the fiction of Edith Wharton, Willa Cather, Kate Chopin, Jean Rhys, Stevie Smith, Katherine Mansfield and Jane Bowles, with a view to clarifying the narrative strategies these women adopt to establish, in varying degrees, a critique of realism and its hidden dualistic, patriarchal assumptions about life, literature, and... more...

  • 'All the World's a Stage'by Charlene Bunnell

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 48.95

    This book examines the often tragic and nearly always disabling metaphor of the theatrum mundi , world-as-stage, as it plays itself out in the characters of Mary Shelley's novels. more...

  • 'Betwixt Jest and Earnest'by A. Raymond Anselment

    University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division 1979; Not Available

    Marprelate, Milton, Marvell, and Swift are among the best prose satirists in a remarkably rich literary era. Focusing on these key figures, ‘ Betwixt Jest and Earnest ’ examines the theory and practice of religious prose in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. more...

  • 'Counterfeiting' Shakespeareby Brian Vickers

    Cambridge University Press 2002; US$ 58.00

    Vickers examines authorship claims for two poems, finding neither to be the work of Shakespeare. more...

  • 'Household Business'by Viviana Comensoli

    University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division 1999; Not Available

    'Household Business' traces the genre's origins in the cycle plays of medieval England and examines its aesthetic configurations in relation to extra-literary discourses and practices that underwrote Renaissance ideologies of private life. more...

  • 'Michael Field'by Marion Thain

    Cambridge University Press 2007; US$ 33.00

    Marion Thain recounts the development of this fascinating poetic persona, created by two female writers. more...

  • "My unwasht Muse"by Norbert Lennartz

    De Gruyter 2009; US$ 133.00

    Im Rückgriff sowohl auf T.S. Eliots These von der „dissociation of sensibility“ als auch auf die Kontroverse zwischen Elias und Duerr zeigt sich in der Analyse von lyrischen Texten des 17. Jahrhunderts, dass ein folgenschwerer Paradigmenwechsel das Ende des Barock und den Beginn der Moderne einleitet. In ihrer erotisierten Theologie zeigen... more...

  • 'Post'-9/11 South Asian Diasporic Fictionby Pei-Chen Liao

    Palgrave Macmillan 2012; US$ 90.00

    While much of the critical discussion about the emerging genre of 9/11 fiction has centred on the trauma of 9/11 and on novels by EuroAmerican writers, this book draws attention to the diversity of what might be meant by "post" -9/11 by exploring the themes of uncanny terror through a close reading of four "post" -9/11 South Asian diasporic fictions.... more...

  • 'Post'-9/11 South Asian Diasporic Fictionby P. Liao

    Palgrave Macmillan UK 2012; US$ 85.01

    While much of the critical discussion about the emerging genre of 9/11 fiction has centred on the trauma of 9/11 and on novels by EuroAmerican writers, this book draws attention to the diversity of what might be meant by "post" -9/11 by exploring the themes of uncanny terror through a close reading of four "post" -9/11 South Asian... more...

  • "The Busiest Man in England"by Peter Morton

    Palgrave Macmillan 2005; US$ 110.00

    This book is a critical biography of Grant Allen, (1848-1899), the first for a century, based on all the surviving primary sources. Born in Kingston, Ontario, into a cultured and affluent family, Allen was educated in France and England. A mysterious marriage while he was an Oxford undergraduate wrecked his academic career and radicalized his views... more...