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- transcript 2014; US$ 37.34
Popular newspapers like the British »The Sun« and the German »Bild« regularly invite controversy over their morals and methods, power and responsibility, political and social impact. At best, their reporting is rejected as trivial, vulgar and tasteless; at worst, it is deemed hazardous to the workings of democratic society. Yet, the papers are able... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 61.95
This volume shows how modern political theory can be enriched through an engagement with works of literature. It uses the resources of literature to explore issues such as nationalism, liberal philosophy, utopiansim, narrative and the role of theory in political thought. A variety of approaches are adopted and the aim is to show some of the many and... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2007; US$ 13.99
Edward Said, the renowned literary and cultural critic and passionately engaged intellectual, is one of our era's most formidable, provocative, and important thinkers. For more than three decades his books, which include Culture and Imperialism , Peace and Its Discontents , and the seminal study Orientalism , have influenced not only our worldview... more...
- University of Alabama Press 2010; US$ 29.95
A new collection of essays from a distinguished critic of contemporary poetry. Marjorie Perloff is one of the foremost critics of contemporary American poetry writing today. Her works are credited by many with creating and sustaining new critical interest not only in the work of major modernist poets such as Yeats, Pound, Eliot, and Williams but... more...
- John Blake Publishing 2011; US$ 11.65
This affectionate and in-depth biography examines the incredible life of this remarkable man. From his early life growing up in a pub in Sussex, through the scandals he encountered as an editor, to how his life has taken a new turn with his stateside career and recent marriage.Piers Morgan is one of the best-known faces in the British media, whose... more...
- The Text Publishing Company 2010; US$ 34.95
Notorious mercenary Nick du Toit acted as James Brabazon's bodyguard while he reported from behind rebel lines on the Liberian civil war. Brabazon writes of this time and how Du Toit exposed details of the covert military operation to overthrow the government of Equatorial Guinea, a tiny oil-rich country, that failed with far-reaching consequences. more...
- Pan Macmillan UK 2002; US$ 13.63
In February 2002 Max Hastings retired from his position as a 'Fleet Street' Editor. His is an enormously illustrious career which started in 1985, when he was offered the Editorship of a national institution?the Daily Telegraph?in a surprise move by its owners. This candid memoir tells the story of what happened to him, and to a great newspaper, over... more...
- Eland Publishing 2012; US$ 14.57
George Paloczi-Horvath was born in 1908 into the feudal nobility of Hungary. Despite his privileged background, he came to realize that his family?s wealth was based on the exploitation of a brutalized peasantry. By the 1930s he was an active anti-Nazi; in 1941 he was forced to flee the country. Returning after the war as a dedicated communist, he... more...
- Biteback Publishing 2012; US$ 13.11
In the late nineteenth century, at a time when women were still denied the vote, Rachel Beer defied convention to take the helm first of The Observer, and then the Sunday Times, becoming the first woman ever to edit a national newspaper. It was to be over eighty years before Fleet Street would see the like again. Barred from the London Clubs and the... more...