Literary Criticism

Connected, or What It Means to Live in the Network Society

By Steven Shaviro In the twenty-first century, a community society is rising. Fragmented, visually saturated, characterised [...]

Aux frontières du vide. Beckett: une écriture sans mémoire ni désir (Faux Titre, Volume 249)

By Ciaran Ross Si on pouvait rêver du vide, le rêve beckettien serait celui d’un monde sans mémoire, ni [...]

The Lives of the Greek Poets

Mary R. Lefkowitz has widely revised and rewritten her vintage examine to introduce a brand new new release of scholars to the [...]

Rhetoric and Nation: The Formation of Hebrew National Culture, 1880-1990 (Judaic Traditions in Literature, Music, and Art)

By Shai Ginsburg Fresh and more often than not authorised feedback holds that written and spoken Hebrew unearths a shared [...]

Edgar Allan Poe (Reaktion Books - Critical Lives)

By Kevin J. Hayes The lifetime of Edgar Allan Poe (1809–49) is the crucial writer’s biography—great works bobbing up [...]

Conversations with William Maxwell (Literary Conversations Series)

Conversations with William Maxwell collects thirty-eight interviews, public speeches, and comments that span 5 many years of the [...]

Noir souci

By René de Ceccatty Une ardour chaste, ainsi peut-on définir le lien qui unit Giacomo Leopardi et Antonio Ranieri [...]

On the Road: Die Beat-Poeten Allen Ginsberg, Neal Cassady, William S. Burroughs, Jack Kerouac (German Edition)

Das wilde Leben und die impulsive, rebellische Literatur der Beat-Generation glichen nicht selten einer Höllenfahrt. [...]

Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Literature (Canto Classics)

C. S. Lewis's stories in Medieval and Renaissance Literature is a suite of fourteen attention-grabbing essays, half which have [...]

An Ecology of World Literature: From Antiquity to the Present Day

By Alexander Beecroft What constitutes a nation’s literature? How do literatures of alternative nations have interaction [...]