The Outside in the Fiction of Don DeLillo
This study argues for a new model of reading landscape in the twentieth- and twenty-first-century American novel. The author takes as exemplary the novels of Don DeLillo—and in particular the main focus of this study, The Body Artist—which have constructed landscapes that exceed the limits of geography, time, and perception.
This book is the much-awaited English translation of Liu Zaifu’s book, Reflections on Dream of the Red Chamber. With its highly original approach to its subject, this book will be an essential resource for English-speaking readers interested in the classical novel as well as those interested in contemporary literary criticism in China.
This is the first critical study of Reinaldo Arenas from a postcolonial venue. It is an important book for all those in Latin American studies and postcolonial studies.
Portrayals in Fiction, Drama, Music, and Film
This book examines the treatment of Dante Gabriel Rossetti and his work in twentieth and twenty-first century fiction, drama, music, and film, specifically since 1950. The author strives to clarify the many Dante Gabriel Rossettis, using thirteen of the thirty easily identifiable roles in this system of representation which the author has identified herself—roles by which Rossetti is described and portrayed. This book is an important book for all British literature and art collections.