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Lord Alfred Tennyson

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First Published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Author: John D. Jump
Published by Routledge on 10/31/2013
Book details: 464 pages.

Farce

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"Farce sets out to explore the territory of what makes farce distinct as a comic genre. Its lowly origins date back to the classic Graeco-Roman theatre; but when formal drama was reborn by the process of elaboration of ritual within the mediaeval Church, the French term "farce" became synonymous with a recognizable style of comic performance. Taking a wide range of farces from the briefest and most basic of fair-ground mountebank performances to fully-fledged five-act structures from the late nineteenth century, the book reveals the patterns of comic plot and counter-plot that are common to all."--BOOK JACKET.
Published by Transaction Publishers
Book details: 191 pages.

Structuralism and Semiotics

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Published in 1977 as the first volume in the New Accents series, Structuralism and Semiotics made crucial debates in critical theory accessible to those with no prior knowledge of the field. Since then a generation of readers has used the book as an entry not only into structuralism and semiotics, but into the wide range of cultural and critical theories underpinned by these approaches. It remains the clearest introduction to some of the most important topics in modern critical theory. A new afterword and fresh suggestions for further reading complete this new edition.
Published by Routledge on 07/17/2003
Book details: 192 pages.

Byron’s Poetry

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Byron’s dubious status as a sex object, and his even more dubious status as a political icon, serves to disguise the fact that he is one of the greatest of all English poets, with a European reputation second only to Shakespeare. The fact that writers such as Goethe and Pushkin held him in the highest regard ensures that the English continue to despise him, and ignore his verse as much as possible. This book ignores his sexuality, his politics, and his iconography, and concentrates on his poems. Written by leading authorities such as Bernard Beatty, Germaine Greer and Michael O’Neill, it contains essays on his verse-forms and his comic rhymes, as well as thematic analyses on such recurrent Byronic themes as the Sea, Will-o’-the-Wisps, and Love versus Knowledge. In the face of many modern books which translate his verse into prose and try without success to analyse the result, Byron’s Poetry puts his real achievement – as a creative writer – back into the focus of discussion.
Published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing on 04/25/2012
Book details: 280 pages.

Elizabethan Marlowe

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A discussion of Christopher Marlowe's major works in their historical and discursive contexts. His work emerges as embedded in the historical processes of his time and as crossed by the contradictory discourses of his day.
Published by Rowman & Littlefield on 07/18/1994
Book details: 113 pages.

Lolita in Peyton Place

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First published in 1995. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Published by Routledge on 01/14/2014
Book details: 178 pages.

Renaissance Self-Fashioning

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Renaissance Self-Fashioning is a study of sixteenth-century life and literature that spawned a new era of scholarly inquiry. Stephen Greenblatt examines the structure of selfhood as evidenced in major literary figures of the English Renaissance—More, Tyndale, Wyatt, Spenser, Marlowe, and Shakespeare—and finds that in the early modern period new questions surrounding the nature of identity heavily influenced the literature of the era. Now a classic text in literary studies, Renaissance Self-Fashioning continues to be of interest to students of the Renaissance, English literature, and the new historicist tradition, and this new edition includes a preface by the author on the book's creation and influence. "No one who has read [Greenblatt's] accounts of More, Tyndale, Wyatt, and others can fail to be moved, as well as enlightened, by an interpretive mode which is as humane and sympathetic as it is analytical. These portraits are poignantly, subtly, and minutely rendered in a beautifully lucid prose alive in every sentence to the ambivalences and complexities of its subjects."—Harry Berger Jr., University of California, Santa Cruz
Published by University of Chicago Press on 07/09/2012
Book details: 332 pages.

Doctor Faustus

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This volume in the "Revel Plays" series, offers reading editions, with modern spelling, of the 1604 and 1616 editions of Marlowe's play, arguing that the two cannot be conflated into one. Included are sources and commentary, literary criticism, style and staging/performance assessments.
Published by Manchester University Press on 05/15/1993
Book details: 298 pages.

Pharmaceutical Record and Weekly Market Review

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Published on 07/18/1890
Book details: 298 pages.

Pharmaceutical Record

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Published on 07/18/1890
Book details: 298 pages.
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