…Includes more provocative contributions on subjects such as rural poetry and the self-taught tradition, British poetry 'beyond the borders', the constructions of femininity, women as writers and women as readers.
Designed to be used alongside David Fairer and Christine…
…Speaking Subjects: Developing Identities in Women’s Reading Communities
9. Leading Questions: Interpretative Guidelines in Contemporary Popular Reading Culture
Anna S. Ivy
10. Marionettes and Puppeteers? The Relationship between Book…
…Slippery Subjects: Thoughts on the Occasion of Ashbery and Koch’s “Death Paints a Picture”
6. Fair Realism: The Aesthetics of Restraint in Barbara Guest’s Collaborations
7. Life without Malice: The Minor Arts of Collaboration
…Burning Sexual Subjects: Books, Homophobia and the Nazi Destruction of the Institute of Sexual Science in Berlin
3. Burning to Read: Ben Jonson’s Library Fire of 1623
Part II. Mutilating
4. From Books to Skoob; Or, Media…
…Introduction: Subjects of Militarization
Lara Putnam, Shalini Puri
2. The Haitian Military as a Family Affair
3. British West Indian Memories of World War One: From Militarized Citizenship to Conscientious Objection
…Medieval Women's Writing addresses these key questions:
Who were the first women authors in the English canon?
What do we mean by women's writing in the Middle Ages?
What do we mean by authorship?
How can studying medieval writing contribute to our understanding…
…In addressing all genres in the Shakespeare canon, the authors explore the possibility of people being constant to each other in many different kinds of relationships: those of lovers, kings and subjects, friends, and business partners. While some bonds are irrevocably…
…These distinguished authors examine such varied topics as postmodern allegories, feminism, historiography, autobiographic writing, modern subjects in postmodern conditions, metalyrical poetry, realistic involvement in the novel, successful children’s literature,…
…Allotting proper space to all areas of theory most relevant today, this comprehensive volume features three dozen masterfully written chapters covering such subjects as: Anglo-American New Criticism; Chicago Formalism; Russian Formalism; Derrida and Deconstruction;…