By Isobel Maddison
By Isobel Maddison
By E. Steere
By Anne O'Connor
By G. Douglas Atkins
This available, knowledgeable, and interesting publication deals clean, new avenues into Keats’s poems and letters, together with a invaluable creation to “the liable poet.” concentrating on Keats’s experience of accountability to fact, poetry, and the reader, G. Douglas Atkins, a famous T.S. Eliot critic, writes as an ama-teur. He reads the letters as literary texts, essayistic and dramatic; the Odes compared to Eliot’s remedy of comparable topics; “The Eve of St. Agnes” via including to his revered past article at the poem an addendum outlining a daring new examining; “Lamia” through targeting its complicated and confusing therapy of philosophy and mind's eye and revealing how Keats actually represents philosophy as functioning inside poetry. evaluating Keats with Eliot, poet-philosopher, this e-book generates important perception into Keats’s winning and sometimes refined poetic remedy of rules, accentuating clone of him as “the in charge poet.”
By Nadia Butt
This e-book locations transcultural reminiscence within the South Asian cultural and literary context. Divided into elements, the publication first defines transcultural reminiscence within the age of globalised modernity either as a idea and social perform. Then it examines modern Indo-English novels from India and Pakistan with the theoretical and methodological device of transcultural reminiscence to shed new gentle at the connection among reminiscence and modernity, and reminiscence and South Asian cultures within the wake of latest social and political adjustments at the Indian subcontinent. a distinct specialize in commemorative tropes within the novels not just convey the opportunity of a discussion with varied models of the earlier, but additionally how any such discussion shapes tactics of remembrance among and past borders. for this reason, the books comes up with alternative routes of studying the Indo-English novels, divesting the concept that of (trans)cultural reminiscence from its Euro- centrism and claiming it as both major in comprehending the hot configurations of reminiscence and modernity in non-Western locations.
By Fionnuala Dillane,Naomi McAreavey,Emilie Pine
By Brian Walsh
By Alison Byerly
By K. Macdonald,C. Singer
By Suzette A. Henke
This name, first released in 1990, bargains a feminist and psychoanalytic reassessment of the Joycean canon within the wake of Freud, Lacan, and Kristeva. the writer centres her dialogue of Ulysses, Dubliners, A Portrait of the Artist, Finnegans Wake, and Exiles round questions of wish and language and the politics of sexual distinction.
Suzette Henke’s radical "re-vision" of Joyce’s paintings is a remarkable instance of the an important position feminist concept can play in modern review of canonical texts. As such will probably be welcomed by means of feminists and scholars of literature alike.