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  • Francis, M. C. (Faber and Faber, 2008-03-20)
    A collection of poems based on the fourteenth-century text The Travels of Sir John Mandeville.
  • Emlyn, Lowri Angharad (Aberystwyth UniversityEnglish Literature, 2011)
  • Barry, Peter (Liverpool University Press, 2013-05-31)
  • Kaufman, William Kenneth (Aberystwyth University, 1984)
    This thesis attempts to establish three American comedians and social critics as confidence men whose artistic manipulations allow them to issue warning and criticism under the guise of humourous entertainment. Without ...
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    Yallop, Jacqueline (Atlantic Books, 2014-03-06)
    A novel set in the summer of 1969, exploring the relationship between the structured past of the nineteenth century and the new demands of the twentieth. The novel draws on research into the English country house, model ...
  • Grice, Helena (Manchester University Press, 2006-06-06)
    Since the publication of The Woman Warrior in 1976, Maxine Hong Kingston has gained a reputation as one of the most popular -- and controversial -- writers in the Asian American literary tradition. In this volume Grice ...
  • Thurston, Luke (Other Press Books, 2003-02)
  • Watt, Diane (Polity Press, 2007)
    Medieval Women's Writing is a major new contribution to our understanding of women's writing in England, 1100-1500. The most comprehensive account to date, it includes writings in Latin and French as well as English, and ...
  • Jacobs, Elizabeth (Oxford University Press, 2005)
    A landmark scholarly work, The Oxford Encyclopedia of Latinos and Latinas in the United States offers comprehensive, reliable, and accessible information about the fastest growing minority population in the nation. With ...
  • Jacobs, Elizabeth (Routledge, 2011)
    Mexican American Literatureis the first book length study to focus on what is arguably the most important period in the development of Mexican American literature, the Chicano Movement of the 1960s. It offers an extended ...
  • Vaughn Jones, Alan (Aberystwyth UniversityEnglish Literature, 2010)
    This thesis compares and contrasts the subtle modes and inscriptions of cultural identity in the work of two English-language writers from Wales – Idris Davies (1905-1953) and Alun Lewis (1915-1944). It also deconstructs, ...
  • Woods, Tim (Oxford University Press, 2010-12-31)
  • Thurston, Luke (2008-09-01)
    My aim in the following essay is a double one: both to revisit an old haunt of Joycean criticism – a political interpretation of „The Dead‟, that dangerous textual supplement Joyce added to Dubliners in the autumn of 1907 ...
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    Francis, Matthew (Faber and Faber, 2013-05-02)
    A collection of poems including narratives based on historical and literary material as well as personal lyrics.
  • Marshall, Louise (Palgrave Macmillan, 2008-11-12)
    Although eighteenth-century drama has been dismissed as stylistically homogenous, aesthetically uninteresting, and even politically complacent, National Myth and Imperial Fantasy reveals the intriguing and intricate nature ...
  • Grice, Helena (Aberystwyth UniversityEnglish Literature, 1998)
    A central concern of much of the emergent literature of Asian American women is the question of how identity is defined. Living in, and writing from, what has been called the `between worlds' condition engenders an often ...
  • Grice, Helena (Manchester University Press, 2002-06-27)
    Despite the surge in publications by Asian American women, relatively little critical work exists which contextualises the history of Asian American women's writing within broader traditions of ethnic American and feminist ...
  • Francis, Matthew (Faber and Faber, 2004)
    From his first publication in the early 1940s, to his final works of the late 1970s, W.S. Graham has given us a poetry of intese power and inquisitive vision - a body of work regarded by many as among the best Romantic ...
  • Jacobs, Elizabeth (2000)
    The Chicano critic Genaro Padilla states that within the tradition of writing from New Mexico the experiential and discursive network of the Spanish colonial imaginary continues to effect the orientation of conceptions of ...

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