Books in category Literary Criticism – General

  • Shakespeare

    Shakespeare
    Laura Di Michele

  • Using Poetry Across the Curriculum

    Using Poetry Across the Curriculum
    Barbara Chatton

    Grade level: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, k, p, e, i, t.

  • Ann Radcliffe

    Ann Radcliffe
    Robert Miles

    To her contemporaries, Ann Radcliffe was 'The Great Enchantress'. Her wild and stormy Gothic romances made her one of the most popular and successful writers of the later eighteenth century.

  • The Cambridge Introduction to T S Eliot

    The Cambridge Introduction to T. S. Eliot
    John Xiros Cooper

    This book provides the perfect introduction to key aspects of Eliot's life and work, as well as to the wider contexts of modernism in which he wrote.

  • The Cambridge Companion to Cormac McCarthy

    The Cambridge Companion to Cormac McCarthy
    Steven Frye

    This book provides a sophisticated introduction to the life and work of Cormac McCarthy appropriate for scholars, teachers and general readers.

  • Lectura distante

    Lectura distante
    Franco Moretti

    En los diez ensayos reunidos en este volumen Franco Moretti reconstruye el itinerario intelectual que siguió su idea de la "lectura distante", desde el estudio de la evolución morfológica al análisis de datos cuantitativos. ¿Cómo …

  • Imagining the Penitentiary

    Imagining the Penitentiary
    John Bender

    Arguing the attitudes expressed in narrative literature and art between 1719 and 1779 helped bring about the change from traditional prisons to penitentiaries, John Bender offers studies of Robinson Crusoe, Moll Flanders, The Beggar's Opera …

  • Cruelty and Laughter

    Cruelty and Laughter
    Simon Dickie

    A rollicking review of popular culture in 18th century Britain this text turns away from sentimental and polite literature to focus instead on the jestbooks, farces, comic periodicals variety shows and minor comic novels that portray a …

  • The Politics of Court Scandal in Early Modern England

    The Politics of Court Scandal in Early Modern England
    Alastair Bellany

    This is a detailed 2002 study of the political significance of the seventeenth century's most notorious and sensational court scandal – the Overbury murder.

  • Romanticism Gender

    Romanticism & Gender
    Anne Kostelanetz Mellor

    First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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