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August Wilson's Fences

by Ladrica Menson-Furr

Fences represents the decade of the 1950s, and, when it premiered in 1985, it won the Pulitzer Prize. Set during the beginnings of the civil rights movement, it also concerns generational change and renewal,...


Six Graves to Munich

by Mario Puzo

A novel of blood and vengeance from the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Godfather.

Michael Rogan was an intelligence officer behind enemy lines in World War II Europe. But he made the mistake of...


The Bloomsbury Companion to Heidegger

by François Raffoul & Eric S. Nelson

Martin Heidegger is one of the twentieth century's most important philosophers. His ground-breaking works have had a hugely significant impact on contemporary thought through their reception, appropriation and...


Music After Deleuze

by Edward Campbell

Music After Deleuze explores how Deleuzian concepts offer interesting ways of thinking about a wide range of musics. The concepts of difference, identity and repetition offer novel approaches to Western art...


Reinventing the Curriculum: New Trends in Curriculum Policy and Practice

by Mark Priestley & Gert Biesta

Scotland's Curriculum for Excellence offers an example of a different approach to national curriculum development. It combines what are claimed to be the best features of top-down and bottom-up approaches to...


Key Terms in Philosophy of Art

by Tiger C. Roholt

Key Terms in Philosophy of Art offers a clear, concise and accessible introduction to a vital sub-field of philosophy. The book offers a comprehensive overview of the key terms, concepts, thinkers and major...


Sarah Waters: Contemporary Critical Perspectives

by Kaye Mitchell

A multiple award-winning author, Sarah Waters is one of the most critically and commercially successful novelists writing today. In such novels as Fingersmith, Tipping the Velvet, Affinity and The Night Watch...


Religious Statues and Personhood: Testing the Role of Materiality

by Amy Whitehead

Objects such as statues and icons have long been problematic in the study of religion, especially in European Christianities. Through examining two groups, the contemporary Pagan Glastonbury Goddess religion...


Disposed to Learn: Schooling, Ethnicity and the Scholarly Habitus

by Megan Watkins & Greg Noble

Disposed to Learn explores the relationship between ethnicity and dispositions towards learning, with a focus on primary school students of Chinese, Pasifika and Anglo Australian backgrounds. The authors challenge...


Sports Discourse

by Tony Schirato & Ken Hyland

This book both defines sports discourse, and provides an account of the different discourses that are utilized and come into play when the field of sport speaks. It shows how the sports communities have been...


Progressive Education: A Critical Introduction

by John Howlett

How and why we should educate children has always been a central concern for governments around the world, and there have long been those who have opposed orthodoxy, challenged perception and called for a radicalization...


Salman Rushdie and Translation

by Jenni Ramone

Salman Rushdie's writing is engaged with translation in many ways: translator-figures tell and retell stories in his novels, while acts of translation are catalysts for climactic events. Covering his major novels...


Developing the Rivers of East and West Africa: An Environmental History

by Heather J. Hoag

How did rivers contribute to the economic and political development of modern Africa? How did African and European notions of nature's value and meaning differ? And how have these evaluations of Africa's rivers...


Present Laughter

by No?l Coward

At the centre of his own universe sits matinee idol Garry Essendine: suave, hedonistic and too old, says his wife, to be having numerous affairs. His line in harmless, infatuated debutantes is largely tolerated...


Shopping and F***ing

by Mark Ravenhill

This play concerns five misfits in an uncertain drug society. Supposedly friends or at least acquaintances, no one can really be honest with each other, sexually or financially. This is a harrowing, fast yet...


Neilson Plays: 1: Normal; Penetrator; Year of the Family; Night Before Christmas; Censor

by Anthony Neilson

This collection of Anthony Neilson's plays contains: "Normal" "Penetrator" "Year of the Family" "The Night Before Christmas" and "The Censor".


How the World Began

by Catherine Trieschmann

Sharp, thoughtful and mysterious, How the World Began is a powerful story about an outsider in a close-knit, devastated community. Looking at the tension between secular religion and evolution, and how this...


Enlightenment

by Shelagh Stephenson

Published to tie-in with the world premier at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin, in March 2005.


13

by Mike Bartlett

An identical, terrifying dream haunts Londoners in the midst of economic gloom and ineffective protest. Whilst the prime minister considers a preventive war, a young man returns home with a vision for the future....


Essential Shakespeare: The Arden Guide to Text and Interpretation

by Pamela Bickley & Jenny Stevens

An introductory critical study for first year undergraduates, aimed at bridging the increasing gap between A Level and university level study. The book offers a comprehensive approach to fourteen key texts looking...