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Narrating the Prison:

Role and Representation in Charles Dickens' Novels, Twentieth-Century Fiction, and Film
Jan Alber
ISBN: 9781934043608

"Almost formalistic in its exhaustive analysis...Alber carefully examines the experience of imprisonment as these narratives present it to those who have not been incarcerated. Recommended." - CHOICE Read More..

Alternative Theater in Taiwan:

Feminist and Intercultural Approaches
Iris Hsin-chun Tuan
ISBN: 9781934043103

"This book is original and forward-looking in its approach." - Sue-Ellen Case, Professor and Chair, Critical Studies, Department of Theater, UCLA Read More..

Feminism and Global Chineseness:

The Cultural Production of Controversial Women Authors
Aijun Zhu
ISBN: 9781934043127

"This well-crafted book is a feminist production of contemporary controversial women writers in different geopolitical locations...The book demonstrates the author’s solid training in literary criticism and women’s studies, the depth of her critical thinking, and her sophisticated writing skills." - Women and Gender in Chinese Studies Review Read More..

Class in Late-Victorian Britain:

The Narrative Concern with Social Hierarchy and its Representation
Kevin Swafford
ISBN: 9781934043493

Groundbreaking in its close and historically rooted analysis of the paradigmatic ways of thinking about class and narrative, this book is a valuable resource for students and scholars of nineteenth- and early twentieth-century literature. Read More..

Theatre and the Good:

The Value of Collaborative Play
Mark Fearnow
ISBN: 9781934043431

Surprisingly little has been published on the questions of what theatre actually is and what participants in theatre derive from the experience. This book investigates theatre as a means of social connection. Read More..

Christian Romanticism:

T. S. Eliot's Response to Percy Shelley
Peter Lowe
ISBN: 9781934043349

A valuable contribution to the field of Eliot studies that sheds light on a case of poetic influence that has been largely overlooked in previous criticism of arguably the foremost poet of the Twentieth Century. Read More..

 

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