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Articles, News, Promotions and Updates from Routledge and the Taylor & Francis Group.

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  1. New from the Children’s Literature and Culture Series

    Dedicated to furthering original research in children's literature and culture, the Children's Literature and Culture series features monographs on individual authors and illustrators, historical examinations of different periods, literary analysis of genres, and comparative studies on literature and the mass media. The series is international in scope and is intended to encourage innovative research in children's literature with a focus on interdisciplinary methodology.

  2. Literary Studies: A Practical Guide - Out Now

    Literary Studies: A Practical Guide provides a comprehensive foundation for the study of English, American, and world literatures, giving students the critical skills they need to best develop and apply their knowledge. Designed for use in a range of literature courses, it begins by outlining the history of literary movements, enabling students to contextualise a given work within its cultural and historical movement. Read more...

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  3. The Routledge Literature 2014 Catalog is now available

    The 2014 Literature catalog is filled with the latest outstanding books from Routledge, from textbooks and readers to handbooks, reference works and our broad range of high quality of research monographs. This diverse range represents our continued commitment to bring you the best in research and teaching resources. Click here to view online.

  4. Medieval Literature: Criticism and Debates

    Medieval Literature: Criticism and Debates combines classic critical essays alongside new voices and approaches, highlighting vibrant debates on medieval literature that will continue to shape critical conversations for the coming decades. Holly A. Crocker and D. Vance Smith present a fascinating collection of essays from leading contemporary scholars of medieval literature and culture, examining topics including gender, sexuality, politics, belief, language, nationhood, science and desire. Read more...

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    Routledge Revivals - Mothers and Other Clowns: The Stories of Alice Munro

    First published in 1992, this is the first study of the work of Alice Munro, winner of the 2013 Nobel prize for literature, to focus on her obsession with mothering, and to relate it to the hallucinatory quality of her magic realism. A bizarre collection of clowning mothers parade across the pages of Munro’s fiction, playing practical jokes, performing stunts, and dressing in disguises that recycle vintage literary images. Magdalene Redekop studies this with the aim of gaining increased understanding of Munro’s evolving comic vision.

    Recommend Mothers and Other Clowns to your Librarian today.

  6. American Literature: A History

    This comprehensive history of American Literature traces its development from the earliest colonial writings of the late 1500s through to the present day. Essential reading for anyone seeking to situate their reading of American Literature in the appropriate religious, cultural, and political contexts. Read more.

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  7. NEW: Literature and the Bible: A Reader

    This book traces the emergence and development of Literature and the Bible as a field of scholarship, presenting key critical essays alongside more recent criticism. Biblical stories, characters, motifs and references permeate the whole of the Western literary tradition, and in the last thirty years there has been a growth of critical interest in this relationship. This volume brings together a selection of the key critical and theoretical materials from this time.

    Essential reading for anyone studying Literature and the Bible on English, Religion and Theology courses. Read more | View Table of Contents

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  8. Now Available - The Gothic World

    "This splendid book will be indispensable for all students of the Gothic." Sue Zlosnik, Professor of Gothic Literature, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.

    The Gothic World offers an overview of this popular field, while also extending critical debate in exciting new directions such as film, politics, fashion, architecture, fine art and cyberculture. Structured around the principles of time, space and practice, and including a detailed general introduction, the five sections look at: Gothic Histories, Gothic Spaces, Gothic Readers and Writers, Gothic Spectacle and Contemporary Impulses. Read a sample of the introduction.

    Recommend this fantastic compilation to your Librarian today

  9. Professor Caroline Franklin Awarded the Elma Dangerfield Prize

    Congratulations to our author, Professor Caroline Franklin, who has won the Elma Dangerfield Prize, for her book The Female Romantics: Nineteenth-century Women Novelists and Byronism. This prize aims to identify and reward scholarship for publication of new and original work related to the life, works and times of poet, the 6th Lord George Gordon Noel Byron.

    The Female Romantics has also recently been reviewed in the Times Literary Supplement. Click here to read the full review.

  10. An Introduction to Literary Studies, 3rd Edition

    In this classic beginner's guide to English literature, Mario Klarer offers a concise and accessible discussion of central issues in the study of literary texts. Now in its third edition, An Introduction to Literary Studies has been updated to include: a wider range of textual examples from world literature, additional references to contemporary cinema, a section on comparative literature, an extended survey of literary periods and genres, and much more. Read more here.

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