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  1. The Wheel of Fire

    2nd Edition

    By G. Wilson Knight

    Series: Routledge Classics

    Originally published in 1930, this classic of modern Shakespeare criticism proves both enlightening and innovative. Standing head and shoulders above all other Shakespearean interpretations, this is the masterwork of the brilliant English scholar, G. Wilson Knight. Founding a new and influential...

    Published May 17th 2001 by Routledge

  2. Who's Who of Twentieth Century Novelists

    Edited by Tim Woods

    Taking in novelists from all over the globe, from the beginning of the century to the present day, this is the most comprehensive survey of the leading lights of twentieth century fiction. Superb breadth of coverage and over 800 entries by an international team of contributors ensures that this...

    Published May 2nd 2001 by Routledge

  3. Geoffrey Chaucer

    By G. A. Rudd

    Series: Routledge Guides to Literature

    First published in 2001. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published March 28th 2001 by Routledge

  4. John Milton

    By Richard Bradford

    Series: Routledge Guides to Literature

    There is a crying need for an accessible, comprehensive guide to John Milton for the thousands of students who make their way through his poetry every year on literary survey and seventeenth century literature courses. Where many previous guides have dragged their way through Paradise Lost, Richard...

    Published March 28th 2001 by Routledge

  5. Autobiography

    By Linda Anderson

    Series: The New Critical Idiom

    This addition to the acclaimed New Critical Idiom series offers a wide-ranging introduction to the study of autobiography and a historical overview of autobiographical writing from St Augustine to the present day.Autobiography follows the important developments in autobiographical criticism in the...

    Published March 21st 2001 by Routledge

  6. The Nineteenth-Century Novel: Identities

    Edited by Dennis Walder

    The Nineteenth-Century Novel: Identities provides an ideal starting point for understanding gender in the novels of this period. It explores the place of fiction in constructing gender identity within society at large, considering Madame Bovary, Portrait of a Lady and The Woman in White. The book...

    Published March 14th 2001 by Routledge

  7. The Nineteenth-Century Novel: A Critical Reader

    Edited by Stephen Regan

    The Nineteenth-Century Novel: A Critical Reader provides a comprehensive selection of contemporary and modern essays on the most important novels of the period. By bringing together a range of material written across two centuries, it offers an insight into the changing reception of realist fiction...

    Published January 31st 2001 by Routledge

  8. The Nineteenth-Century Novel: Realisms

    Edited by Delia da Sousa Correa

    The essays in this volume trace the experimentation of nineteenth-century writers in advancing new modes of realist fiction while revitalizing the inheritance of the Gothic and the Romantic. Focusing on some of the most popular novels of the century (Northanger Abbey, Jayne Eyre, Dombey and Son,...

    Published December 6th 2000 by Routledge

  9. George Eliot: Family History

    Edited by Kathryn Hughes

    Any understanding of George Eliot's mature art must begin with an appreciation of the rich, difficult family dynamic out of which it was forged. Her friends and relations understood this, and went into print with their own accounts of the process by which George Eliot's early recollections became...

    Published December 6th 2000 by Routledge

  10. Women and Dramatic Production 1550 - 1700

    By Alison Findlay, Gweno (University Of Ripon And York St John) Williams, Stephanie (University Of Sunderland) Wright

    Series: Longman Medieval and Renaissance Library

    There is a traditional view that women were absent from the field of dramatic production in the early modern period because of their exclusion from professional theatre. Women and Dramatic Production 1550-1700 challenges this view and breaks new ground in arguing that, far from writing in closeted...

    Published November 26th 2000 by Routledge