By Tara Prescott,Aaron Drucker
By Marc Nichanian,G. Goshgarian,Jeff Fort
Mourning Philology attracts on Varuzhan and his paintings to provide a historical past of the nationwide mind's eye, that's additionally a heritage of nationwide philology, as a response to the 2 major philological innovations of the 19th century: mythological faith and the local. In its first half, the publication hence provides an account of the successive levels of orientalist philology. The final episode during this tale of nationwide emergence came about in 1914 in Constantinople, whilst the literary magazine Mehyan collected round Varuzhan the good names to come back of Armenian literature within the diaspora
By Olivia Frey
In this context, it truly is worthy interpreting how Wordsworth truly turns his idea of poetic construction right into a concrete poetic act. For this goal, his poem “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” serves as an illustrative instance, simply because right here, the poetic technique is not just traced at the point of floor content material and at the point of discourse, but additionally within the emotional improvement of the lyrical I, who speaks as a poet. even though the poem doesn't really care for the writing of poetry, it however mirrors the interaction of the powers beneficial for poetic composition.
By Leigh Ronald Grossman,Leigh Grossman,Robert A. Heinlein,Isaac Asimov,Terry Pratchett,Jack Vance,Gene Wolfe,Ted Chiang,S. P. Somtow,Bruce Sterling,Terry Bisson,Roger Zelazny
By Marco Abel
By Sara L. Spurgeon
By Christopher Norris
What should be the result for philosophy if its texts have been subjected to the robust innovations of rhetorical close-reading built by means of present deconstructionist literary critics? whilst first released in 1983, Christopher Norris’ publication was once the 1st to discover such questions within the context of recent analytic and linguistic philosophy, starting up a brand new and hard measurement of inter-disciplinary research and making a clean and efficient discussion among philosophy and literary theory.
By Jason Marc, Dr Harris
Jason Marc Harris's formidable publication argues that the tensions among people metaphysics and Enlightenment values produce the literary tremendous. Demonstrating negotiation with folklore was once principal to the canon of British literature, he explicates the advanced rhetoric linked to folkloric fiction. His research contains a wide selection of writers, together with James Barrie, William Carleton, Charles Dickens, George Eliot, Sheridan Le Fanu, Neil Gunn, George MacDonald, William Sharp, Robert Louis Stevenson, and James Hogg. those authors, Harris indicates, used folklore to articulate profound cultural ambivalence in the direction of problems with type, domesticity, schooling, gender, imperialism, nationalism, race, politics, faith, and metaphysics. Harris's research of the functionality of folks metaphysics in 19th- and early twentieth-century narratives finds the ideological agendas of the appropriation of folklore and the creative strength of superstition in either folkloric and literary contexts of the supernatural.
By Peggy Thompson
Peggy Thompson explores the anxious dynamic of female coyness and masculine keep an eye on because it interacts with reaffirmations of church and king, anxiousness over new wealth, and rising pursuits in liberty, novelty, and marriage in past due seventeenth-century England. regardless of the variety of those contexts, the performs always display ladies stuck in an ironic and approximately intractable convergence of objectification and culpability that permits them little blameless sexual service provider. this is often either the resource and the legacy of coyness in recovery comedy.
By Humphrey Carpenter
Covering the interval from the book of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to Winnie-the-Pooh, Humphrey wood worker examines the lives and writings of Lewis Carroll, Kenneth Grahame, George Macdonald, Louisa may possibly Alcott, Frances Hodgson Burnett, A.A. Milne and others whose works make up the Golden Age of kid's literature.
Both a collective biography and a piece of feedback, Secret Gardens forces us to re-examine formative years classics in a brand new gentle.
'Secret Gardens allows us to determine in a clean gentle the interplay among cultural historical past and literature, and to achieve that ... it wasn't mere misfits who withdrew into the writing of kid's books, yet relatively one of these misfits who mirrored the present dissatisfactions of the age.' New York occasions ebook Review