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Making of the Victorian Novelist: Anxieties of Authorship in the Mass Market

by Bradley Deane

First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Reimagining Shakespeare for Children and Young Adults

by Naomi Miller

First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Representing the Holocaust in Children's Literature

by Lydia Kokkola

First Published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Apple and the Spectroscope (Routledge Revivals): Being Lectures on Poetry Designed (in the main) for Science Students

by T R Henn

First published in 1951, this book is based on a course of lectures on poetry and prose given at Cambridge University during the long vacations of 1946-1950. A request for lectures of this kind came originally...

Elizabeth Gaskell and the English Provincial Novel

by W. A. Craik

First published in 1975, this book places Elizabeth Gaskell amongst the major novelists of the nineteenth-century. It considers how she has sometimes been overlooked, or admired for very few of her works, or...

English Inside and Out: The Places of Literary Criticism

by Susan Kamholtz Gubar

First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Adult Comics

by Roger Sabin

In a society where a comic equates with knockabout amusment for children, the sudden pre-eminence of adult comics, on everything from political satire to erotic fantasy, has predictably attracted an enormous...

Mortality's Muse: The Fine Art of Dying

by D. T. Siebert

D.T. Siebert’s Mortality’s Muse demonstrates how art, literature in particular, addresses that most fundamental of human fears—mortal anxiety. Various aspects of culture and thought come into play: from...

A Primer of the Novel: For Readers and Writers

by David Madden, Charles Bane & Sean M. Flory

In this revised edition, David Madden, Charles Bane and Sean Flory have produced an updated work that is intended for a general readership including writers, teachers, and students who are just being introduced...

Creative Storytelling: Building Community/Changing Lives

by Jack Zipes

Jack Zipes has reinvigorated storytelling as a successful and engaging tool for teachers and professional storytellers. Encouraging storytellers, librarians, and schoolteachers to be active in this magical process,...

Modeling Minority Women: Heroines in African and Asian American Fiction

by Reshmi J. Hebbar

This powerful study reconceptualizes ideas of ethnic literature while investigating the construction of ethnic heroines, shifting the focus away from cultural politics and considering instead narrative or poetic...

Transcending Boundaries: Writing for a Dual Audience of Children and Adults

by Sandra L. Beckett

Transcending Boundaries: Writing for a Dual Audience of Children and Adults is a collection of essays on twentieth-century authors who cross the borders between adult and children's literature and appeal to...

The Book and the Magic of Reading in the Middle Ages

by Albrecht Classen

The computer revolution is upon us. The future of books and of reading are debated. Will there be books in the next millennium? Will we still be reading? As uncertain as the answers to these questions might...

Feminist Revolution in Literacy: Women's Bookstores in the United States

by Junko Onosaka

This book examines the history of women's bookstores in the US from the 1970s to the 1990s. It establishes that women's bookstores played an important role in feminism by enabling the dissemination of women's...

Outsider Citizens: The Remaking of Postwar Identity in Wright, Beauvoir, and Baldwin

by Sarah Relyea

Outsider Citizens examines a foundational moment in the writing of race, gender, and sexuality--the decade after 1945, when Richard Wright, Simone de Beauvoir, and others sought to adapt existentialism and psychoanalysis...

Utopian and Dystopian Writing for Children and Young Adults

by Carrie Hintz & Elaine Ostry

This volume examines a variety of utopian writing for children from the 18th century to the present day, defining and exploring this new genre in the field of children's literature. The original essays discuss...

The Sea Voyage Narrative

by Robert Foulke

From The Odyssey to Moby Dick to The Old Man and the Sea, the long tradition of sea voyage narratives is comprehensively explained here supported by discussions of key texts.

Recycling Red Riding Hood

by Sandra Beckett

Sandra Beckett's book explores the contemporary retelling of the Red Riding Hood tale in Western children's literature.

Regional Cuisines of Medieval Europe: A Book of Essays

by Melitta Weiss Adamson

Expert food historians provide detailed histories of the creation and development of particular delicacies in six regions of medieval Europe-Britain, France, Italy, Sicily, Spain, and the Low Countries.

The Begotten: A Novel of the Gifted

by Lisa T. Bergren

At the height of the Inquisition, a secret half a millennium old is about to be exposed-a lost letter said to have been written by Paul and part of what was to become the foundation of the Christian canon. It...