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  • Walford Davies, Damian (University of Wales Press, 2002-07-16)
    Presences that Disturb examines the historical and cultural contexts that determined the Romantic self in a revolutionary decade. It explores the ways in which canonical writers such as Wordsworth, Coleridge and Keats, and ...
  • Pykett, Lyn (Cambridge University Press, 2003)
    The Cambridge Companion to Crime Fiction covers British and American crime fiction from the eighteenth century to the end of the twentieth. As well as discussing the detective fiction of writers like Arthur Conan Doyle, ...
  • Marshall, Louise (Aberystwyth UniversityEnglish Literature, 2003)
    Early eighteenth-century politics were dominated by the rise to power and fall from grace of Sir Robert Walpole. This thesis examines varied responses to the Walpole regime from opposition Whig, Tory, Jacobite and ...
  • Slocombe, Will (University of Wales AberystwythEnglish, 2003)
    This thesis examines the relationship between nihilism and postmodernism in relation to the sublime, and is divided into two parts: theory and literature. Beginning with histories of nihilism and the sublime, the Enlightenment ...
  • Marggraf Turley, Richard (Routledge, 2003)
    For many readers, John Keats's achievement is to have attainted a supreme poetic maturity at so young an age. Canonical poems of resignation and acceptance such as 'To Autumn' are traditionally seen as examples par excellence ...
  • Poster, Jeremy (Sceptre, 2003)
    Poster effortlessly transports us back to the late 1880s. Here, John Stannard, a struggling, young, big-City architect (and the first-person narrator of the novel) presents us with a retrospective account of his brief time ...
  • Grovier, Kelly (2003)
    This article begins by asking what it means for meaning to exist in literature. As an answer to this question, it is suggested that meaning is never wholly present, never immanent, but is endlessly emergent—always, as it ...
  • Watt, Diane (University of Minnesota Press, 2003)
    An innovative reading of John Gower’s work and an exciting new approach to medieval vernacular texts. “Moral Gower” he was called by friend and sometime rival Geoffrey Chaucer, and his Confessio Amantis has been viewed as ...
  • Woods, Timothy (Palgrave Macmillan, 2003-01)
    This book situates Louis Zukofsky’s poetics, and the lineage of Objectivist poetics more broadly, within a set of fundamental ethical concerns in American poetic modernism. Tim Woods makes a strong case for Zukofsky as a ...
  • Barry, Peter (Hodder Education, 2003-01-31)
    What is English? Peter Barry's book examines the practice of studying English, and the theory underlying that practice. He indicates how almost everything but the name of the discipline has changed during its short lifetime. ...
  • Thurston, Luke (Other Press Books, 2003-02)
  • Woods, Timothy (2003-03-01)
    In addition to addresses to the Security Council of the United Nations,the gift can be located at the centre of current discussions of deconstruction, international politics, gender, ethics, philosophy, anthropology and ...
  • Prescott, Sarah (Palgrave Macmillan, 2003-09-08)
    The dominant model of female authorship from 1690 to 1740 is London-centred, professional and fiction-oriented. In this engaging study, Sarah Prescott argues that alternative contexts for publication and different models ...
  • Hutton, Sarah (Fairleigh Dickinson University Press,, 2003-09-30)
    This collection of essays by leading scholars offers the first substantial study of Margaret Cavendish's innovative use of genre and tries to render justice to her extraordinary authorial ambition. The thoroughness of ...
  • Walford Davies, Damian (University of Wales Press, 2003-12-11)
  • 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 ...
  • Padget, Martin (2004)
  • Grice, Helena (2004)
    Stories by Filipina American women often use metaphors of art and creativity as a language in their own right, in a manner that not only disrupts established generic forms, but that actually engenders specific Filipina ...
  • Watt, Diane (D. S. Brewer, 2004)
    The Paston letters form one of only two surviving collections of fifteenth-century correspondence, in their case especially rich in letters from the women of the family. Clandestine love affairs, secret marriages, violent ...
  • Padget, Martin (University of New Mexico Press, 2004)
    Indian Country analyzes the works of Anglo writers and artists who encountered American Indians in the course of their travels in the Southwest during the one-hundred-year period beginning in 1840. Martin Padget looks first ...

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