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From collected essays on leading literary figures to innovative insights into world literature, the Cambridge Scholars Publishing Literature collection covers a wide spectrum, from Medieval literature, to Twentieth Century classics, and beyond. It includes award-winning titles of interest to scholars and the general reader. Covering cultural and theoretical approaches, our studies in this collection include leading edge research with a significant interdisciplinary reach.

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Balkans and Islam

In the growing body of literature about the evolution and the role of Islam in Europe as a whole and the Balkans in particular, this volume holds a special place as it offers a multidisciplinary approach to the encounter-transformation-discontinuity-continuity of Islam in the region. Thus, it provides excellent material for student...
£44.99

Ballads

Thackeray's production of poetry - both within longer prose works and as independent pieces published in magazines - is often neglected. This volume collects the poems he termed 'Ballads': usually comic, often sharply satiric....
£9.99

Barchester Towers

Barchester Towers is the second of the Barchester Chronicles novels which are Trollope's best-known and most popular works, a work containing much sharp commentary on the influence of church politics and media influences in Victorian Britain despite its unassuming tone and reputation....
£6.49

Barnaby Rudge vol. I

Barnaby Rudge is unusual among Dickens's oeuvre in being a historical novel; set amidst the 1780 anti-Catholic Gordon Riots, it deals seriously and feelingly with issues of religious division and the death penalty as well as containing a gallery of memorable characters....
£6.99

Barnaby Rudge vol. II

Barnaby Rudge is unusual among Dickens's oeuvre in being a historical novel; set amidst the 1780 anti-Catholic Gordon Riots, it deals seriously and feelingly with issues of religious division and the death penalty as well as containing a gallery of memorable characters....
£6.99

Barrie, Hook, and Peter Pan

Peter Pan was born over a century ago. There is something doubly contradictory in this phrase that, although true, is also the reason why this book has been released. We are talking about the boy who will never grow up and the fact that he is celebrating his hundredth birthday should provoke some surprise. At the same time, he is s...
£49.99

Barry Lyndon

Barry Lyndon is Thackeray's first novel, already displaying the sharp characterisation and vigorous satire that were to make his later novels so successful....
£9.99

Beckett Re-Membered

Beckett Re-Membered showcases some of the most recent scholarship on the Irish novelist, poet, and playwright, Samuel Beckett. As well as essays on Beckett’s literary output, it contains a section on the philosophical dimension of his work – an important addition, given the profound impact Beckett has had on European philosophy. Ra...
£39.99

Belief, History and the Individual in Modern Chinese Literary Culture

A value system in constant change; a longing for stability amid uncertainties about the future; a new consciousness about the unlimited challenges and aspirations in modern life: these are themes in modern Chinese literature that attract the attention of overseas readers as well as its domestic audience. They also provide Chinese a...
£34.99

Belle Vue

It is July 24, 1895. Sigmund Freud and his family are staying for the summer at the Belle Vue resort in the Alpine foothills overlooking Vienna. His marriage to his wife Martha is swiftly deteriorating; he is in the midst of a love affair with his brilliant but unpredictable sister-in-law, Minna; his mother-in-law, Mrs. Bernays, de...
£44.99

Belonging and Exclusion

The essays collected in this volume explore a wide range of aesthetic, philosophical and generic applications of the concepts of belonging and exclusion in the context of migration. Organised in two sections, “Performing belonging” and “Narrating otherness”, this original study represents a timely interdisciplinary approach to a t...
£39.99

Between Illusionism and Anti-Illusionism

Between Illusionism and Anti-Illusionism: Self-Reflexivity in the Chosen Novels of J. M. Coetzee takes as its premise J. M. Coetzee’s distinction between “illusionism” and “anti-illusionism”: the realist and the self-reflexive traditions in prose fiction. The aim of this critical study is to demonstrate that these two traditions ar...
£44.99
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