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Strange Tales From Strange Lands:Stories By Zheng Wanlong-Pa (Paperback): Louie Strange Tales From Strange Lands:Stories By Zheng Wanlong-Pa (Paperback)
Louie
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A powerful depiction of the tensions generated by conflicts of sexuality and ethnicity in contemporary China. These tensions evolved partly from the sense of estrangement from Chinese culture felt by many in the post-Mao era. As a means to understanding this crisis, some of the best writers in the 1980s sought the roots of Chinese civilization, often in strange lands inhabited by minority tribes.

Strange Tales From Strange Lands:Stories By Zheng Wanlong-Cl (Hardcover): Louie Strange Tales From Strange Lands:Stories By Zheng Wanlong-Cl (Hardcover)
Louie
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A powerful depiction of the tensions generated by conflicts of sexuality and ethnicity in contemporary China. These tensions evolved partly from the sense of estrangement from Chinese culture felt by many in the post-Mao era. As a means to understanding this crisis, some of the best writers in the 1980s sought the roots of Chinese civilization, often in strange lands inhabited by minority tribes.

Backed Against The Sea:Wang Wen-Hsing-Cl (Hardcover): Wang Backed Against The Sea:Wang Wen-Hsing-Cl (Hardcover)
Wang
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Written as the ludicrous and disturbing ramblings of an errant, pseudo-intellectual urbanite secluding himself from the underworld in an impoverished coastal village of Taiwan in the early 1960s, this novel prompted the first critical discussion of postmodernism in Chinese fiction and still stands as the most provocative and innovative narrative published in Taiwan over the past two decades.

Transnational Canadas - Anglo-Canadian Literature and Globalization (Paperback): Kit Dobson Transnational Canadas - Anglo-Canadian Literature and Globalization (Paperback)
Kit Dobson
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"Transnational Canadas" marks the first sustained inquiry into the relationship between globalization and Canadian literature written in English. Tracking developments in the literature and its study from the centennial period to the present, it shows how current work in transnational studies can provide new insights for researchers and students.

Arguing first that the dichotomy of Canadian nationalism and globalization is no longer valid in today's economic climate, "Transnational Canadas" explores the legacy of leftist nationalism in Canadian literature. It examines the interventions of multicultural writing in the 1980s and 1990s, investigating the cultural politics of the period and how they increasingly became part of Canada's state structure. Under globalization, the book concludes, we need to understand new forms of subjectivity and mobility as sites for cultural politics and look beyond received notions of belonging and being.

An original contribution to the study of Canadian literature, "Transnational Canadas" seeks to invigorate discussion by challenging students and researchers to understand the national and the global simultaneously, to look at the politics of identity beyond the rubric of multiculturalism, and to rethink the slippery notion of the political for the contemporary era.

Heracles' Bow (Paperback): Heracles' Bow (Paperback)
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The law has traditionally been regarded as a set of rules and institutions. In this thoughtful series of essays, James Boyd White urges a fresh view of the law as an essentially literary, rhetorical, and ethical activity. Defining and elaborating his conception, he artfully bridges the fields of jurisprudence, literature, philosophy, history, and political science. The result, a new approach that may change the way we perceive the legal process, will engage not only lawyers and law students but anyone interested in the relationship between ethics, persuasion, and community. White's essays, though bound by a common perspective, are thematically varied. Each of these pieces makes eloquent and insightful reading. Taken as a whole, they establish, by triangulation, a position from which they all proceed: a view of poetry, law, and rhetoric as essentially synonymous. Only when we perceive the links between these processes, White stresses, can we begin to unite the concerns of truth, beauty, and justice in a single field of action and expression.

Irish Women's Writing, 1878-1922 - Advancing the Cause of Liberty (Paperback): Anna Pilz, Whitney Standlee Irish Women's Writing, 1878-1922 - Advancing the Cause of Liberty (Paperback)
Anna Pilz, Whitney Standlee
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Irish women writers entered the British and international publishing scene in unprecedented numbers in the period between 1878 and 1922. Literary history is only now beginning to give them the attention they deserve for their contributions to the literary landscape of Ireland, which has included far more women writers, with far more diverse identities, than hitherto acknowledged. This collection of essays by leading scholars explores how women writers including Emily Lawless, L. T. Meade, Katharine Tynan, Lady Gregory, Rosa Mulholland, Ella Young and Beatrice Grimshaw used their work to advance their own private and public political concerns through astute manoeuvrings both in the expanding publishing industry and against the partisan expectations of an ever-growing readership. The chapters investigate their dialogue with a contemporary politics that included the topics of education, cosmopolitanism, language, empire, economics, philanthropy, socialism, and the marriage 'market'. -- .

Ode To Stone:Shiro Hara-Pa (Paperback): Hata Ode To Stone:Shiro Hara-Pa (Paperback)
Hata
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Coming from the country where short, concise poetry is celebrated, Hara Shiro's Ode to Stone is an unusually lengthy contribution to modern Japanese poetry. A recent winner of the Gendai Shijin Sho, this poem is regarded by some as having an epic quality that rivals some the great poetry of the twentieth-century West. The narrator, stone, takes us to locations as diverse as Nagasaki, Paris, and Cairo, and to various times in history. It also directs us through a world of language, where style need not be that which is fashionable, unusual, or abstruse, but can be as ordinary and inconspicuous as the astonishing underside of the Nagasaki Eyeglasses Bridge.

Erotic Love Poems from India - 101 Classics on Desire and Passion (Paperback): Andrew Schelling Erotic Love Poems from India - 101 Classics on Desire and Passion (Paperback)
Andrew Schelling
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The Triumph of the Snake Goddess (Hardcover): Kaiser Haq The Triumph of the Snake Goddess (Hardcover)
Kaiser Haq; Introduction by Wendy Doniger
R695 R638 Discovery Miles 6 380 Save R57 (8%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Snakes exist in the myths of most societies, often embodying magical, mysterious forces. Snake cults were especially important in eastern India and Bangladesh, where for centuries worshippers of the indigenous snake goddess Manasa resisted the competing religious influences of Indo-Europeans and Muslims. The result was a corpus of verse texts narrating Manasa's struggle to win universal adoration. The Triumph of the Snake Goddess is the first comprehensive retelling of this epic tale in modern English. Scholar and poet Kaiser Haq offers a composite prose translation of Manasa's story, based on five extant versions. Following the tradition of mangalkavyas-Bengali verse narratives celebrating the deeds of deities in order to win their blessings-the tale opens with a creation myth and a synopsis of Indian mythology, zooming in on Manasa, the miraculous child of the god Shiva. Manasa easily wins the allegiance of everyone except the wealthy merchant Chand, who holds fast in his devotion to Shiva despite seeing his sons massacred. A celestial couple is incarnated on earth to fulfill Manasa's design: Behula, wife to one of Chand's slain sons, undertakes a harrowing odyssey to restore him to life with Manasa's help, ultimately persuading Chand to bow to the snake goddess. A prologue by Haq explores the Bengali oral, poetic, and manuscript traditions behind this Hindu folk epic-a vibrant part of popular Bengali culture, Hindu and Muslim, to this day-and an introduction by Wendy Doniger examines the history and significance of snake worship in classical Sanskrit texts.

Picture Freedom - Remaking Black Visuality in the Early Nineteenth Century (Paperback): Jasmine Nichole Cobb Picture Freedom - Remaking Black Visuality in the Early Nineteenth Century (Paperback)
Jasmine Nichole Cobb
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In the decades leading up to the end of U.S. slavery, many free Blacks sat for daguerreotypes decorated in fine garments to document their self-possession. People pictured in these early photographs used portraiture to seize control over representation of the free Black body and reimagine Black visuality divorced from the cultural logics of slavery. In Picture Freedom, Jasmine Nichole Cobb analyzes the ways in which the circulation of various images prepared free Blacks and free Whites for the emancipation of formerly unfree people of African descent. She traces the emergence of Black freedom as both an idea and as an image during the early nineteenth century. Through an analysis of popular culture of the period-including amateur portraiture, racial caricatures, joke books, antislavery newspapers, abolitionist materials, runaway advertisements, ladies' magazines, and scrapbooks, as well as scenic wallpaper-Cobb explores the earliest illustrations of free Blacks and reveals the complicated route through visual culture toward a vision of African American citizenship. Picture Freedom reveals how these depictions contributed to public understandings of nationhood, among both domestic eyes and the larger Atlantic world.

Literary Darwinism - Evolution, Human Nature, and Literature (Paperback, New): Joseph Carroll Literary Darwinism - Evolution, Human Nature, and Literature (Paperback, New)
Joseph Carroll
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In Literary Darwinism, Carroll presents a comprehensive survey of this new movement with a collection of his most important previously published work, along with three new essays. The essays and reviews give commentary on all the major contributors to the field, situate the field as a whole in relation to historical trends and contemporary schools, provide Darwinist readings of major literary texts such as Pride and Prejudice and Tess of the d'Urbervilles, and analyze literary Darwinism in relation to the affiliated fields of evolutionary metaphysics, cognitive rhetoric, and ecocriticism. Collecting the essays in a single volume will provide a central point of reference for scholars interested in consulting what the "foremost practitioner" ("New York Times") of Darwinian literary criticism has to say about his field.

A Question of Time - American Literature from Colonial Encounter to Contemporary Fiction (Hardcover): Cindy Weinstein A Question of Time - American Literature from Colonial Encounter to Contemporary Fiction (Hardcover)
Cindy Weinstein
R1,677 R1,551 Discovery Miles 15 510 Save R126 (8%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

This book brings together leading critics in American literature to address the representation of time throughout a wide range of genres, methodologies, and chronological periods. American literature, from its beginnings to the present, provides a particularly rich set of texts to examine in this regard, with its interest in history, modernity and progress. Each essay considers how time embeds itself in a variety of textual representations, including Native American rituals, Shaker dances, novels, poetry, and magazines in order to provide readers with a capacious view of time's constitutive role in American literature. The essays are organized into four sections - Materializing Time, Performing Time, Timing Time, and Theorizing Time. Each section reflects a particular approach to the question of time, but taken as a whole the volume makes visible unexpected temporal patterns that cut across time period and genre.

A Companion to Baugh and Cable's A History of the English Language (Hardcover, 3rd edition): Thomas Cable A Companion to Baugh and Cable's A History of the English Language (Hardcover, 3rd edition)
Thomas Cable
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This comprehensive and accessible student workbook accompanies the fifth edition of Albert C. Baugh and Thomas Cable's History of the English Language.
Each chapter in the workbook corresponds directly to a chapter in the textbook and offers exercises, review questions, extensive supplementary examples, additional explanations and a range of sample extracts taken from texts of different periods. An additional 'pre-chapter' on the sounds of English also provides phonetic information and exercises that will prove useful throughout the book.
This third edition has been revised alongside the textbook and includes new exercises to accompany the sections on Gender Issues and Linguistic Change, and African American Vernacular English.
This workbook is an invaluable companion for all History of English Language courses.

Modern Austrian Prose - Volume 2 - Interpretations & Insights (Paperback): Paul F Dvorak Modern Austrian Prose - Volume 2 - Interpretations & Insights (Paperback)
Paul F Dvorak
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Volume II continues the goal of introducing readers to significant works of modern Austrian prose within the broader field of German-language literature. Written in English with German reference material appended in order to appeal to the widest possible audience, the articles collected here cover major works by contemporary writers. Counted among the well-established authors who could not be included in the first volume are such notable writers as Norbert Gstrein, Elisabeth Reichart, Erich Hackl, Barbara Frischmuth, and Gert Jonke. This group is complemented by a cohort of more recent authors who have established themselves within Austria and beyond within the last twenty years. They include, among others, Doron Rabinovici, Lilian Faschinger, Gloria Kaiser, Anna Mitgutsch, Paulus Hochgatterer, Marlene Streeruwitz, Kathrin Roggla, and Dimitre Dinev. All of these authors are linked by language, history, and culture that ties them to a distinctly Austrian perspective. Reflecting the strong presence of the female voice within contemporary Austrian letters, roughly half of the authors represented are female.

The Pedagogical Imagination - The Republican Legacy in Twenty-First-Century French Literature and Film (Hardcover): Leon Sachs The Pedagogical Imagination - The Republican Legacy in Twenty-First-Century French Literature and Film (Hardcover)
Leon Sachs
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French school debates of recent years, which are simultaneously debates about the French Republic's identity and values, have generated a spate of internationally successful literature and film on the topic of education. While mainstream media and scholarly essays tend to treat these works as faithful representations of classroom reality, The Pedagogical Imagination takes a different approach. In this study of French education and republicanism as represented in twenty-first-century French literature and film, Leon Sachs shifts our attention from "what" literature and film say about education to "how" they say it. He argues that the most important literary and filmic treatments of French education in recent years-the works of Agnes Varda, Erik Orsenna, Abdellatif Kechiche, Francois Begaudeau-do more than merely depict the present-day school crisis. They explore questions of education through experiments with form. The Pedagogical Imagination shows how such techniques engage present-day readers and viewers in acts of interpretation that reproduce pedagogical principles of active, experiential learning-principles at the core of late nineteenth-century educational reform that became vehicles for the diffusion of republican ideology.

The Sorcerer's Apprentice - An Anthology of Magical Tales (Paperback): Jack Zipes The Sorcerer's Apprentice - An Anthology of Magical Tales (Paperback)
Jack Zipes; Illustrated by Natalie Frank
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A diverse new anthology that traces the meaning and magic of the sorcerer (TM)s apprentice tale throughout history oeThe Sorcerer (TM)s Apprentice might conjure up images of Mickey Mouse from the Disney film Fantasia, or of Harry Potter. As this anthology reveals, however, oesorcerer (TM)s apprentice tales "in which a young person rebels against, or complies with, an authority who holds the keys to magical powers "have been told through the centuries from classical times to today. This collection brings together more than fifty sorcerer (TM)s apprentice stories by a plethora of writers, including Ovid, Sir Walter Scott, and the Brothers Grimm. In an extensive introduction, fairy-tale scholar Jack Zipes discusses the significance of the apprentice stories, the contradictions in popular retellings, and the importance of magic as a tool of resistance against figures who abuse their authority. Twenty specially commissioned black-and-white illustrations by noted artist Natalie Frank bring the stories to visual life.

Five Long Winters - The Trials of British Romanticism (Hardcover): John Bugg Five Long Winters - The Trials of British Romanticism (Hardcover)
John Bugg
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This book argues that the British government's repression of the 1790s rivals the French Revolution as the most important historical event for our understanding the development of Romantic literature. Romanticism has long been associated with both rebellion and escapism, and much Romantic historicism traces an arc from the outburst of democratic energy in British culture triggered by the French Revolution to a dwindling of enthusiasm later in the 1790s, when things in France turned violent. Writers such as Wordsworth and Coleridge can then be seen as "apostates" who turned from radical politics to a poetics of transcendence. Bugg argues instead for a poetics of silence, and his book is set against the backdrop of the so-called Gagging Acts and other legislation of William Pitt, which in literature manifests itself stylistically as silence, stuttering, fragmentation, and encoding. Mining archives of unpublished documents, including manuscripts, diaries, and letters, where authors were more candid, as well as rereading the work of both major and minor figures, a number of whom were subject to prison sentences, "Five Long Winters" offers a new way of approaching the literature of the Romantic era.

Upward Mobility and the Common Good - Toward a Literary History of the Welfare State (Paperback, New): Bruce Robbins Upward Mobility and the Common Good - Toward a Literary History of the Welfare State (Paperback, New)
Bruce Robbins
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We think we know what upward mobility stories are about--virtuous striving justly rewarded, or unprincipled social climbing regrettably unpunished. Either way, these stories seem obviously concerned with the self-making of self-reliant individuals rather than with any collective interest. In "Upward Mobility and the Common Good," Bruce Robbins completely overturns these assumptions to expose a hidden tradition of erotic social interdependence at the heart of the literary canon.

Reinterpreting novels by figures such as Balzac, Stendhal, Charlotte Bronte, Dickens, Dreiser, Wells, Doctorow, and Ishiguro, along with a number of films, Robbins shows how deeply the material and erotic desires of upwardly mobile characters are intertwined with the aid they receive from some sort of benefactor or mentor. In his view, Hannibal Lecter of "The Silence of the Lambs" becomes a key figure of social mobility in our time. Robbins argues that passionate and ambiguous relationships (like that between Lecter and Clarice Starling) carry the upward mobility story far from anyone's simple self-interest, whether the protagonist's or the mentor's. Robbins concludes that upward mobility stories have paradoxically helped American and European society make the transition from an ethic of individual responsibility to one of collective accountability, a shift that made the welfare state possible, but that also helps account for society's fascination with cases of sexual abuse and harassment by figures of authority."

The Publishing Game - Adventures in Books: 150 years of Hodder & Stoughton (Hardcover): Edward Stourton The Publishing Game - Adventures in Books: 150 years of Hodder & Stoughton (Hardcover)
Edward Stourton 1
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Author, journalist and BBC presenter Ed Stourton delves into the Hodder & Stoughton archives to tell the human story of 150 years of publishing. From the day in June 1868 when Matthew Henry Hodder and Thomas Wilberforce Stoughton first founded the company, through numerous encounters with authors from John le Carre to Jodi Picoult, and several staff sports days - this will be an entertaining and enlightening read for any book lover.

Pirouettes On a Postage Stamp - An Interview-Novel with Questions Asked and Answers Recorded by Laszlo Szigeti (Hardcover):... Pirouettes On a Postage Stamp - An Interview-Novel with Questions Asked and Answers Recorded by Laszlo Szigeti (Hardcover)
Bohumil Hrabal
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Novelist Bohumil Hrabal (1914-97) was born in Brno, Czechoslovakia and spent decades working at a variety of laboring jobs before turning to writing in his late forties. From that point, he quickly made his mark on the Czech literary scene; by his death he was ranked with Jaroslav Hasek, Karel Capek, and Milan Kundera as among the nation's greatest twentieth-century writers. Known for writing about political questions with humor and vivid expressiveness, Hrabal also was given to experimentation--his early novel "Dancing Lessons for the Advanced in Age," for example, consists of a single extended sentence.
"Pirouettes on a Postage Stamp" carried Hrabal's experimentation to the field of autobiography. On its surface a verbatim record of an oral interview conducted by Hungarian journalist Laszlo Szigeti, the book confuses and confounds with false starts, digressions, and philosophical asides. Yet despite all the games and distractions, Hrabal's personality shines through, compelling and unforgettable, making "Pirouette on a Postage Stamp" an unexpected treat for any lover of Czech literature.

The Adventures of Pinocchio (Le Avventure Di Pinocchio) (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition): Carlo Collodi The Adventures of Pinocchio (Le Avventure Di Pinocchio) (Paperback, 2nd Revised edition)
Carlo Collodi; Translated by Nicolas J. Perella; Introduction by Nicolas J. Perella
R620 R479 Discovery Miles 4 790 Save R141 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

PRAISE FOR THE FIRST EDITION:
"The "best "English translation."--Franco Fido, Harvard University
"A literary masterpiece. Perella's translation is excellent and is unlikely to be surpassed."--Ernesto G. Caserta, Duke University
"The real Pinocchio offers pleasures never hinted at by Disney.... A masterful blend of realism and fantasy."--"Voice Literary Supplement"
"Perella's opening essay is no mere 'introduction'; it is the fullest exposition of the novel ever to appear in English.... Enormously rewarding."--"The Pinocchio Catalogue"

Literature for the English Classroom - Theory into Practice (Paperback): Anna Birketveit, Gweno Williams Literature for the English Classroom - Theory into Practice (Paperback)
Anna Birketveit, Gweno Williams
R913 R715 Discovery Miles 7 150 Save R198 (22%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
Beyond Cognitive Metaphor Theory - Perspectives on Literary Metaphor (Hardcover): Monika Fludernik Beyond Cognitive Metaphor Theory - Perspectives on Literary Metaphor (Hardcover)
Monika Fludernik
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In this innovative collection, an international group of scholars come together to discuss literary metaphors and cognitive metaphor theory. The volume's goals are three-fold. The first aim of the book is to present some recent approaches to metaphor which have no immediate connection with cognitive metaphor theory and have developed independently of it. While the cognitive approach has become the leading paradigm in the English speaking world, elsewhere (in Europe) rhetorical, semantic, and logical models have remained in use and continue to be elaborated. These models have so far had little international exposure. Their inclusion in this study is meant to provide a balance to the cognitive paradigm and to open up a possible discussion of the advantages and disadvantages of cognitive metaphor theory for the analysis of literary texts. The second aim of the collection is to illustrate a range of successful applications of the new cognitive models to literary texts. And, the third aim of the study is to provide an assessment of cognitive metaphor theory from a literary point of view.

Vocabulary & Notes To Ba Jin's Jia:An Aid For Reading The Novel-Pa (Paperback): Kubler Vocabulary & Notes To Ba Jin's Jia:An Aid For Reading The Novel-Pa (Paperback)
Kubler
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Over 4,000 vocabulary glosses, cultural notes, and grammatical explanations designed to enable third and fourth-year students of modern Chinese to read Ba Jin's well-known novel with a minimum of dictionary work. In simplified and traditional characters, Pinyin, and English. Ideal for classroom use in conjunction with the 1957 revised version of the novel, the film version of Jia, the recent TV series, and the English translation by Sidney Shapiro.

This Is the Beat Generation - New York-San Francisco-Paris (Paperback): James Campbell This Is the Beat Generation - New York-San Francisco-Paris (Paperback)
James Campbell
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Beginning in New York in 1944, James Campbell finds the leading members of what was to become the Beat Generation in the shadows of madness and criminality. Jack Kerouac, Allen Ginsberg, and William Burroughs had each seen the insides of a mental hospital and a prison by the age of thirty. A few months after they met, another member of their circle committed a murder that involved Kerouac and Burroughs as material witnesses.
This book charts the transformation of these experiences into literature, and a literary movement that spread across the globe. From "The First Cut-Up"--the murder in New York in 1944--we end up in Paris in 1960 with William Burroughs at the Beat Hotel, experimenting with the technique that made him notorious, what Campbell calls "The Final Cut-Up."
In between, we move to San Francisco, where Ginsberg gave the first public reading of "Howl." We discover Burroughs in Mexico City and Tangiers; the French background to the Beats; the Buddhist influence on Kerouac, Gary Snyder, and others; the "Muses" Herbert Huncke and Neal Cassady; the tortuous history of "On the Road;" and the black ancestry of the white hipster.

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