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  1. Thomas Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles

    A Routledge Study Guide and Sourcebook

    Edited by Scott McEathron

    Series: Routledge Guides to Literature

    This sourcebook offers an introduction to Thomas Hardy's crucial novel, offering: a contextual overview, a chronology and reprinted contemporary documents, including a selection of Hardy's poems an overview of the book's early reception and recent critical fortunes, as well as a wide range of...

    Published February 18th 2005 by Routledge

  2. Contemporary British Novelists

    By Nick Rennison

    Series: Routledge Key Guides

    Featuring a broad range of contemporary British novelists from Iain Banks to Jeanette Winterson, Louis de Bernieres to Irvine Welsh and Salman Rushdie, this book offers an excellent introductory guide to the contemporary literary scene. Each entry includes concise biographical information on each...

    Published November 18th 2004 by Routledge

  3. Magic(al) Realism

    By Maggie Ann Bowers

    Series: The New Critical Idiom

    Bestselling novels by Angela Carter, Salman Rushdie, Gabriel Garcia Marquez and a multitude of others have enchanted us by blurring the lines between reality and fantasy. Their genre of writing has been variously defined as 'magic', 'magical' or 'marvellous' realism and is quickly becoming a core...

    Published September 23rd 2004 by Routledge

  4. Jane Austen's Emma

    A Routledge Study Guide and Sourcebook

    Edited by Paula Byrne

    Series: Routledge Guides to Literature

    Emma is widely regarded as Jane Austen's most perfectly constructed novel. At once a comedy of misunderstanding, a razor-sharp analysis of the English class-system, a classic tale of moral growth, and a romance that combines sense with sensibility, it has appealed to readers of every generation and...

    Published May 20th 2004 by Routledge

  5. Charles Dickens's Bleak House

    A Routledge Study Guide and Sourcebook

    Edited by Janice M. Allan

    Series: Routledge Guides to Literature

    With its sustained social criticism and complex construction, Charles Dickens's Bleak House (1853) is considered by many critics to be Dickens's most remarkable novel. Janice Allan: introduces the contextual issues that most directly influenced Dickens's writing and reprints relevant source...

    Published May 20th 2004 by Routledge

  6. Magical Realism in West African Fiction

    By Brenda Cooper

    Series: Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures

    This study contextualizes magical realism within current debates and theories of postcoloniality and examines the fiction of three of its West African pioneers: Syl Cheney-Coker of Sierra Leone, Ben Okri of Nigeria and Kojo Laing of Ghana. Brenda Cooper explores the distinct elements of the genre...

    Published February 19th 2004 by Routledge

  7. Charles Dickens's David Copperfield

    A Routledge Study Guide and Sourcebook

    Edited by Richard J. Dunn

    Series: Routledge Guides to Literature

    This guidebook offers the ideal introduction to one of the most enduringly popular works of the nineteenth century. Richard J. Dunn first places David Copperfield in its social, biographical and literary contexts, touching upon such fascinating issues as autobiography and Victorian social...

    Published December 18th 2003 by Routledge

  8. Contemporary Fiction

    By Jago Morrison

    This is the ideal guide for those studying contemporary fiction for the first time. The last twenty-five years have seen an explosion of new developments in the English language novel. Because of its enormous diversity, however, the field of contemporary fiction studies can appear complex and...

    Published April 3rd 2003 by Routledge

  9. Thomas Hardy

    By Geoffrey Harvey

    Series: Routledge Guides to Literature

    Thomas Hardy was the foremost novelist of his time, as well as an established poet. Author of Jude the Obscure and Far from the Madding Crowd, Hardy reflected in his works the dynamics of social, intellectual and aesthetic change in nineteenth-century England.This guide provides students with a...

    Published March 13th 2003 by Routledge

  10. H. Theories of Narrative

    Edited by Terrence Hawkes

    Series: New Accents

    These three volumes are part of the forty-one volume set New Accents. First launched in 1977, the New Accents series rapidly changed the face of literary studies. Its clear and concise volumes brought the latest in literary theory to students and academics and paved the way for undergraduate...

    Published October 17th 2002 by Routledge