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Intellectual Politics and Cultural Conflict in the Romantic Period: Scottish Whigs, English Radicals and the Making of the British Public Sphere

by Alex Benchimol

Building on recent studies of the Romantic public sphere, Alex Benchimol provides a new reading of the period's intellectual politics based on a historically informed examination of its spaces of cultural production...


Staging Spectatorship in the Plays of Philip Massinger

by Joanne Rochester

In Staging Spectatorship in the Plays of Philip Massinger, Joanne Rochester examines examples of on-stage spectatorship in three plays by Massinger, head playwright for the King's Men from 1625 to 1640. Focusing...


J.M. Coetzee's Austerities

by Graham Bradshaw & Michael Neill

Representing a wide range of critical and theoretical perspectives, this volume seeks to align the South African dimension of Coetzee's writing with his "late modernist" aesthetic. It includes essays exploring...


Women Reviewing Women in Nineteenth-Century Britain: The Critical Reception of Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë and George Eliot

by Joanne Wilkes

Giving special attention to critical reception of Jane Austen, Charlotte Brontë, and George Eliot, Joanne Wilkes offers in-depth examinations of reviews by eight female critics: Maria Jane Jewsbury, Sara Coleridge,...


Rumer Godden: International and Intermodern Storyteller

by Lucy Le-Guilcher & Phyllis B. Lassner

From 1929 to 1997, Rumer Godden published novels, biographies, children's books, and poetry, including Black Narcissus, The Lady and the Unicorn, A Fugue in Time, and The River. In the first collection devoted...


Renaissance Food from Rabelais to Shakespeare: Culinary Readings and Culinary Histories

by Joan Fitzpatrick

Providing a unique perspective on a fascinating aspect of early modern culture, this volume focuses on the role of food and diet as read in the works of a range of European authors, including Shakespeare, from...


The New York School Poets and the Neo-Avant-Garde: Between Radical Art and Radical Chic

by Mark Silverberg

In the first monograph to examine all five New York School Poets, Mark Silverberg analyzes the work of John Ashbery, Barbara Guest, Kenneth Koch, Frank O'Hara, and James Schuyler in terms of the 'neo-avant-garde.'...


The Last Poems of D.H. Lawrence: Shaping a Late Style

by Bethan Jones

Taking D. H. Lawrence's late poetry as her starting point, Bethan Jones adopts a broadly intertextual approach to Lawrence's poetry that places it in the context of his prose works and his reading in mythology,...


A Genealogy of Cyborgothic: Aesthetics and Ethics in the Age of Posthumanism

by Dongshin Yi

A Genealogy of the Cyborgothic imagines a new literary genre emerging from gothic literature and science fiction that will help to envision a cyborg-friendly, non-anthropocentric posthuman society. Dongshin...


Secondary Heroines in Nineteenth-Century British and American Novels

by Jennifer Camden

Taking up works by Samuel Richardson, James Fenimore Cooper, Sir Walter Scott, and Catharine Maria Sedgwick, among others, Jennifer B. Camden examines the role of "secondary heroines" in early British and American...


Dickens and the Rise of Divorce: The Failed-Marriage Plot and the Novel Tradition

by Kelly Hager

Since Ian Watt's Rise of the Novel, the history of prose fiction has privileged the courtship plot. Kelly Hager proposes an equally powerful but overlooked narrative focusing on the failed marriage. Hager's...


Masculinities in British Adventure Fiction, 1880-1915

by Joseph A. Kestner

Making use of recent masculinity theories, Joseph A. Kestner sheds new light on Victorian and Edwardian adventure fiction. Canonical authors such as R.L. Stevenson, Rudyard Kipling, Joseph Conrad, and Olive...


Victorian Secrecy: Economies of Knowledge and Concealment

by Albert D. Pionke & Denise Tischler Millstein

Victorian Secrecy explores the myriad ways in which knowledge was both zealously accumulated and jealously guarded by individuals, institutions, and government entities in Victorian Britain. Offering a wide...


Masculinity in Four Victorian Epics: A Darwinist Reading

by Clinton Machann

Offering provocative readings of Tennyson's Idylls of the King, Barrett Browning's Aurora Leigh, Clough's Amours de Voyage, and Browning's The Ring and the Book, Clinton Machann employs the methods of literary...


Ngugi wa Thiong'o, Gender, and the Ethics of Postcolonial Reading

by Brendon Nicholls

This is the first comprehensive book-length study of gender politics in Ngugi wa Thiong's fiction. Brendon Nicholls argues that the mechanisms of gender subordination are strategically crucial to Ngugi's ideological...


English Fictions of Communal Identity, 1485-1603

by Joshua Phillips

Focusing on Tudor prose fiction from Malory's Morte D'Arthur through the works of Sir Philip Sidney and Thomas Nashe, this study explores the concept of "collective agency" and the extensive impact it had on...


Death in American Texts and Performances: Corpses, Ghosts, and the Reanimated Dead

by Lisa K. Perdigao & Mark Pizzato

How do twentieth-century artists bring forth the powerful reality of death when it exists in memory and lived experience as something that happens only to others? This volume grapples with this paradox, examining...


Shakespeare and Wales: From the Marches to the Assembly

by Willy Maley & Philip Schwyzer

Shakespeare and Wales offers a 'Welsh correction' to a long-standing deficiency. It brings together experts in the field from both sides of the Atlantic to establish a detailed historical context that illustrates...


Harriet Martineau, Victorian Imperialism, and the Civilizing Mission

by Deborah A. Logan

Harriet Martineau's writings on the evolution of the British Empire in the nineteenth century reflect Victorian concerns about radically shifting social ideologies. Analyzing key texts such as History of the...


Mentoring in Eighteenth-Century British Literature and Culture

by Anthony W. Lee

Making a case for the importance of mentoring in the eighteenth century, particularly in expanding print culture, this collection employs a variety of critical and methodological approaches reflective of the...