By Jeannette Baxter
By Joan Josep Mussarra Roca
In this paintings we contend that this sort of framework may still go beyond the standard dichotomy made among a "religious" and a "non-religious" analyzing of Greek tragedy, and extra in particular of Euripidean tragedy. This dichotomy comprises in itself a cultural assumption, that's, the potential for constructing a uncomplicated contrast among a website of non secular discourse and an self reliant, profane sphere within which the representations of gods may suppose a unique worth and that means. there's not anything within the discursive buildings of Classical Greece that enables us to posit whatever of the sort. the weather that seem to us as wondering the conventional representations of gods in Greek tragedy should be obvious from this perspective.
By Rita Elizabeth Rippetoe
This booklet explores Duncan’s physique of labor, out of print for many years, notwithstanding sought via unswerving lovers. Her characters run the gamut—drunken tinkers, Lowland housewives, Irish miners, contributors of the London speedy set and English marchionesses, all portrayed with telling aspect. Her novels—two of them lately reprinted for a brand new generation—reveal an enthralling and perceptive recorder of the adjustments nice Britain underwent some time past century.
By Joanne Wilkes
Margaret Oliphant (1828-97) had a prolific literary profession that spanned nearly fifty years. She wrote a few ninety eight novels, fifty or extra brief tales, twenty-five works of non-fiction, together with biographies and historical courses to eu towns, and greater than 300 periodical articles. this can be the main formidable severe version of her paintings.
This quantity contains her 1872 novel At his Gates with editorial notes through Joanne Wilkes, together with a brand new advent, headnote and explanatory notes which offer key information regarding the publication and its ebook history.
By Sean Moreland,Alissa Burger,Michael Cisco,Dan Clinton,Brian Johnson,S.T. Joshi,John Langan,Murray Leeder,Juan L. Pérez de Luque,Slawomir Studniarz,Miles Tittle,Robert H. Waugh,Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock,Ben Woodard
By W.B. Gerard
By Tyler Bradway
By Jan Wilm
By Iyko Day
By M.P. Sinha,Neeraj Agnihotri
Critical Theories: Indian and Western provides a fairly accomplished account of the fundamental ideas in Indian and Western literary feedback. the purpose of the publication is to acquaint the scholars of M.A. (English Literature) with the newest serious theories within the West and their functional program within the research and interpretation of texts. the next authors and significant theories were discussed:
1. Indian Poetics: Bharat, Dandin, Bhamaha, Vamana, Anandavardhana, Abhinavagupta and Kuntaka.
2. Greek and Latin feedback: Aristotle, Horace and Longinus.
3. Neo-Classical feedback: Sidney, Dryden, Pope and Johnson.
4. 19th Century feedback: Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley and Arnold.
5. sleek British and American feedback: Eliot, Richards, Leavis, Formalism and Chicago Criticism.
6. modern feedback: Psycho-analytic feedback, fable feedback, Russian Formalism, Structuralism/ Post-structuralism, Rezeption-aesthetic, Post-colonial thought and Feminist Criticism.
An very important element of this ebook is that Sanskrit or Indian Poetics has been mentioned for the good thing about the scholars of English Literature and so, references to and comparability with Western theories are usually made.
It can be helpful for the scholars and academics of English Literature and researchers during this field.