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  • 1
    ISBN: 9783934887657 , 3934887651
    Language: German
    Pages: 5 CDs , Laufzeit ca. 380 Min. , 124 mm x 139 mm
    Additional Material: Beih., 5 Rezeptkt.
    DDC: 398.2109415
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    Keywords: Anthologie ; Märchen ; Irland ; Jugendbuch ; Kinderbuch ; Irland ; Märchen ; Anthologie ; Irland ; Märchen
    Note: Thomas Crofton Croker publ. 1825 die Fairy legends and traditions of South Ireland, die die Brüder Grimm ins Dt. übertr.
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    Braunschweig : Archiv-Verlag
    Language: German
    Pages: CXXIII, 224 Seiten , Illustrationen , 31 cm
    Edition: Limitierte Vorzugsausgabe. - Repr. der Original-Ausgabe München, Piper, 1906
    Uniform Title: Fairy legends and traditions of the south of Ireland
    Parallel Title: Reproduktion von Irische Elfenmärchen
    DDC: 398.2109415
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    Keywords: Elfe ; Märchen ; Irland ; Anthologie
    Note: In Fraktur , Teilausgabe
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  • 3
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511113641 , 9780511113130 , 9780511487019 , 9780511122026 , 0511487010 , 0511113137 , 9780511113642 , 0511112130 , 9780511112133 , 0511122020
    Language: English
    Pages: xviii, 188 p , ill , 21 cm
    Edition: Boulder, Colo NetLibrary 2005 Online-Ressource E-Books von NetLibrary
    Series Statement: EBSCOhost eBook Collection
    Parallel Title: Print version Pronouncing Shakespeare
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    Keywords: Shakespeare, William Stage history ; England ; London ; Shakespeare, William Stage history ; 1950- ; Shakespeare, William Romeo and Juliet ; Shakespeare, William Language ; Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 Stage history ; England ; London ; Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 Stage history ; 1950- ; Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 ; Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 Language ; Shakespeare, William Stage history ; Shakespeare, William Stage history ; Shakespeare, William ; Shakespeare, William Language ; Shakespeare, William Stage history ; Shakespeare, William Stage history ; Shakespeare, William ; Shakespeare, William Language ; Shakespeare, William Language ; Shakespeare, William Stage history ; England ; London ; Shakespeare, William Stage history ; 1950- ; Shakespeare, William Romeo and Juliet ; Shakespeare, William ; Shakespeare, William ; Shakespeare, William ; Shakespeare, William ; Globe Theatre (London, England : 1996- ) ; Globe Theatre (London, England : 1996- ) ; Globe Theatre (London, England : 1996- ) ; Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare, William) ; Romeo and Juliet ; William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet ; Electronic books ; English language Pronunciation ; Early modern, 1500-1700 ; English language Pronunciation Early modern, 1500-1700 ; English language Pronunciation Early modern, 1500-1700 ; Electronic books ; English language Pronunciation ; Early modern, 1500-1700 ; LITERARY CRITICISM ; Shakespeare ; DRAMA ; Shakespeare ; English language ; Early modern ; Pronunciation ; Language and languages ; Aussprache ; Frühneuenglisch ; Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare) ; Uitspraak (taalkunde) ; Toneelvoorstellingen ; Globe Theatre ; Literatura inglesa ; Teatro elizabetano ; Aufführung ; Phonetik ; England ; London ; Globe Theatre (London, England : 1996- ) ; Electronic books Electronic books ; William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet ; Aufführung ; Phonetik ; Geschichte 2004 ; William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet ; Aufführung ; Phonetik ; Geschichte 2004
    Abstract: "How did Shakespeare's plays sound when they were originally performed? How canwe know, and could the original pronunciation ever be recreated? For three days in June 2004 Shakespeare's Globe presented their production of Romeo and Juliet in original, Shakespearian pronunciation. This book tells the story of how it happened ... In an unusual blend of autobiography, narrative, and academic content, reflecting the unique nature of the experience, David Crystal recounts the first attempt in over fifty years to mount a Full-length Shakespeare play in original pronunciation. The story begins by introducing the Globe theatre and its approach to 'original practices', which had dealt with all aspects of Elizabethan Stagecraft--except pronunciation. It traces the way the idea developed, from the initial proposal in 2003 through planning and rehearsals to the full-scale production in 2004. A large section is devoted to the nature of the Early Modern English sound system and the evidence for it. Other major sections include reports of how the actors coped with the task of learning the pronunciation, how it affected their performances, and how the audiences reacted."-- Publisher's description
    Abstract: "How did Shakespeare's plays sound when they were originally performed? How canwe know, and could the original pronunciation ever be recreated? For three days in June 2004 Shakespeare's Globe presented their production of Romeo and Juliet in original, Shakespearian pronunciation. This book tells the story of how it happened ... In an unusual blend of autobiography, narrative, and academic content, reflecting the unique nature of the experience, David Crystal recounts the first attempt in over fifty years to mount a Full-length Shakespeare play in original pronunciation. The story begins by introducing the Globe theatre and its approach to 'original practices', which had dealt with all aspects of Elizabethan Stagecraft--except pronunciation. It traces the way the idea developed, from the initial proposal in 2003 through planning and rehearsals to the full-scale production in 2004. A large section is devoted to the nature of the Early Modern English sound system and the evidence for it. Other major sections include reports of how the actors coped with the task of learning the pronunciation, how it affected their performances, and how the audiences reacted."-- Publisher's description
    Note: Title from ebook title screen (viewed on June 7, 2005) , Includes index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2005 , Prologue , Proposal; Reaction; Transcription; Meeting ; Evidence; Spelling; Orthoepists; Sound patterns; Decisions; Styles; Challenges; Differences; Features; Consonants; Vowels; Long vowels; Diphthongs; Individual cases; Resonances ; Rehearsal; Meeting; Refining; Finalizing; On stage; PR ; Performance; Interpretations; Dimensions; Talkback ; Consequences; Theatrical; Future; Epilogue; App. 1. Chief distinctive Early Modern English vowels ; App. 2. Extracts from the transcription.
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  • 4
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511113528 , 0521608635 , 9780511483660 , 051148366X , 9780511113529 , 0511121946 , 9780511121944 , 0511113013 , 9780511113017 , 9780521846240 , 0521846242 , 9780521608633
    Language: English
    Pages: ix, 228 p , 23 cm
    Edition: Boulder, Colo NetLibrary 2005 Online-Ressource E-Books von NetLibrary
    Additional Information: Rezensiert in Mentz, Steve [Rezension von: Leggatt, Alexander, Shakespeare's Tragedies: Violation and Identity] 2006
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    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Leggatt, Alexander Shakespeare's tragedies
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    Keywords: Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 Tragedies ; Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 Tragédies ; Shakespeare, William ; Shakespeare, William Tragedies ; Shakespeare, William Tragedies ; Shakespeare, William ; tragedier ; Shakespeare, William ; Shakespeare, William ; Electronic books ; Identity (Psychology) in literature ; Violence in literature ; Tragedy ; Violence dans la littérature ; Tragédie ; Identité (Psychologie) dans la littérature ; Electronic books ; Identity (Psychology) in literature ; Violence in literature ; Tragedy ; LITERARY CRITICISM ; Shakespeare ; DRAMA ; Shakespeare ; Criticism and interpretation ; Identity (Psychology) in literature ; Tragedy ; Violence in literature ; Våld i litteraturen ; Tragedies ; Tragödie ; Shakespeare, William ; Tragedies ; Electronic books ; Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 ; Tragödie ; Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 ; Tragödie
    Abstract: Titus Andronicus: this was thy daughter -- Romeo and Juliet: what's in a name? -- Hamlet: a figure like your father -- Troilus and Cressida: this is and is not Cressid -- Othello: I took you for that cunning whore of Venice -- King Lear: we have no such daughter -- Macbeth: a deed without a name
    Abstract: Shakespeare's Tragedies: Violation and Identity traces the linked themes of violation and identity through seven Shakespearean tragedies. Written in a clear, accessible style, it will appeal not just to specialists but to students and general readers with an interest in Shakespeare
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 210-225) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2005
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  • 5
    ISBN: 1417591064 , 9781417591060
    Language: English
    Pages: 383 p , 22 cm
    Edition: Boulder, Colo NetLibrary 2005 Online-Ressource E-Books von NetLibrary
    Series Statement: Costerus new ser. 155
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    Series Statement: Costerus
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Hegerfeldt, Anne C Lies that tell the truth
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    Keywords: Magic realism (Literature) ; English fiction History and criticism. 20th century ; English fiction History and criticism ; 20th century ; Magic realism (Literature) ; English fiction History and criticism 20th century ; Magic realism (Literature) ; English fiction History and criticism. 20th century ; LITERARY CRITICISM ; European ; English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh ; English fiction ; Magic realism (Literature) ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; Englisch ; Magischer Realismus ; Rezeption ; Roman ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books Criticism, interpretation, etc ; Magischer Realismus ; Rezeption ; Englisch ; Roman ; Geschichte 1969-2000 ; Magischer Realismus ; Rezeption ; Englisch ; Roman ; Geschichte 1969-2000
    Abstract: The critical debate : an overview -- A working definition -- Magic "mongrel" realism : the adaptation of other genres and modes -- Through anOther's eyes : magic realist focalizers -- Mythos meets logos : paradigms of knowledge in magic realist fiction -- Making the real fantastic and the fantastic real : strategies of destabilization -- Making the immaterial matter : techniques of literalization -- Mimicking the mind : magic realism as an inquiry into human thought -- "The only real ism of these back-to-front and jabberwocky days" : mimicking a fantastic reality
    Abstract: Magic realism has long been treated as a phenomenon restricted to postcolonial literature. Drawing on works from Britain, Lies that Tell the Truth compellingly shows how magic realist fiction can be produced also at what is usually considered to be the cultural centre without forfeiting the mode's postcolonial attitude and aims. A close analysis of works by Angela Carter, Salman Rushdie, Jeanette Winterson, Robert Nye and others reveals how the techniques of magic realism generate a complex critique of the West's rational-empirical worldview from within a Western context itself. Understanding magic realism as a fictional analogue of anthropology and sociology, Lies that Tell the Truth reads the mode as a frequently humorous but at the same time critical investigation into people's attempts to make sense of their world. By laying bare the manifold strategies employed to make meaning, magic realist fiction indicates that knowledge and reality cannot be reduced to hard facts, but that people's dreams and fears, ideas, stories and beliefs must equally be taken into account; 1900 - 1999
    Note: Title from ebook title screen (viewed on May 2, 2005) , Includes bibliographical references and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2005
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511065272 , 9780511065279 , 0511058942 , 9780511058943 , 0511115911 , 9780511115912 , 0511067402 , 9780511067402
    Language: English
    Pages: xviii, 232 p , 24 cm
    Edition: Boulder, Colo NetLibrary 2004 Online-Ressource E-Books von NetLibrary
    Series Statement: Cambridge studies in modern theatre
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    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Patterson, Michael Strategies of political theatre
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    Keywords: English drama History and criticism. 20th century ; Politics and literature History 20th century. ; Theater Political aspects 20th century. ; History ; Political plays, English History and criticism. ; English drama History and criticism ; 20th century ; Politics and literature History ; 20th century ; Great Britain ; Theater Political aspects ; History ; 20th century ; Great Britain ; Political plays, English History and criticism ; Great Britain ; Politics and literature History 20th century ; Theater Political aspects 20th century ; History ; Political plays, English History and criticism ; English drama History and criticism 20th century ; English drama History and criticism. 20th century ; Politics and literature History 20th century. ; Theater Political aspects 20th century. ; History ; Political plays, English History and criticism. ; DRAMA ; English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh ; English drama ; Political plays, English ; Politics and literature ; Theater ; Political aspects ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Englisch ; Politisches Theater ; Great Britain ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Englisch ; Politisches Theater ; Geschichte 1959-1979 ; Englisch ; Politisches Theater ; Geschichte 1959-1979
    Abstract: Strategies of political theatre : a theoretical overview -- 'Reflectionist' strategy : 'kitchen sink' realism in Arnold Wesker's Roots (1959) -- 'Interventionist' strategy : poetic politics in John Arden's Serjeant Musgrave's Dance (1959) -- Dialectics of comedgy : Trevor Griffith's Comedians (1975) -- Appropriating middle-class comedy : Howard Barker's Stripwell -- Staging the future : Howard Breton's The Churchill Play (1974) -- Agit-prop revisited : John McGrath's The Cheviot, the Stag, and the Black, Black Oil (1973) -- Brecht revisited : David Hare's Fanshen (1975) -- Rewriting Shakespeare : Edward Bond's Lear (1971) -- Stragegy of play : Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine (1979)
    Abstract: This volume provides a theoretical framework for some of the most important play writing in Britain in the second half of the twentieth century. Examining representative plays by Arnold Wesker, John Arden, Trevor Griffiths, Howard Barker, Howard Brenton, Edward Bond, David Hare, John McGrath and Caryl Churchill, the author analyses their respective strategies for persuading audiences of the need for a radical restructuring of society. The book begins with a discussion of the way that theatre has been used to convey a political message. Each chapter is then devoted to an exploration of the engagement of individual playwrights with left-wing political theatre, including a detailed analysis of one of their major plays. Despite political change since the 1980s, political playwriting continues to be a significant element in contemporary playwriting, but in a very changed form.--Publisher description; 1900 - 1999
    Description / Table of Contents: Strategies of political theatre : a theoretical overview -- 'Reflectionist' strategy : 'kitchen sink' realism in Arnold Wesker's Roots (1959) -- 'Interventionist' strategy : poetic politics in John Arden's Serjeant Musgrave's Dance (1959) -- Dialectics of comedgy : Trevor Griffith's Comedians (1975) -- Appropriating middle-class comedy : Howard Barker's Stripwell -- Staging the future : Howard Breton's The Churchill Play (1974) -- Agit-prop revisited : John McGrath's The Cheviot, the Stag, and the Black, Black Oil (1973) -- Brecht revisited : David Hare's Fanshen (1975)
    Description / Table of Contents: Rewriting Shakespeare : Edward Bond's Lear (1971) -- Stragegy of play : Caryl Churchill's Cloud Nine (1979)
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 202-222) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2004
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  • 7
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    Rochester, NY : D.S. Brewer
    ISBN: 0585490864 , 9780585490861 , 1846150574 , 9781846150579
    Language: English
    Pages: xix, 396 p , 25 cm
    Edition: Boulder, Colo NetLibrary 2004 Online-Ressource E-Books von NetLibrary
    Series Statement: EBSCOhost eBook Collection
    Parallel Title: Print version Critical companion to Beowulf
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    Keywords: Beowulf Handbooks, manuals, etc. ; Beowulf Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Beowulf Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Beowulf Handbooks, manuals, etc. ; Beowulf ; Epic poetry, English (Old) Handbooks, manuals, etc. History and criticism ; Oral-formulaic analysis Handbooks, manuals, etc. ; Monsters in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc. ; Dragons in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc. ; Heroes in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc. ; Epic poetry, English (Old) Handbooks, manuals, etc ; History and criticism ; Oral-formulaic analysis Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Monsters in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Dragons in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Heroes in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Monsters in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Dragons in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Heroes in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Oral-formulaic analysis Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Epic poetry, English (Old) Handbooks, manuals, etc History and criticism ; Epic poetry, English (Old) Handbooks, manuals, etc. History and criticism ; Oral-formulaic analysis Handbooks, manuals, etc. ; Monsters in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc. ; Dragons in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc. ; Heroes in literature Handbooks, manuals, etc. ; Scandinavia Handbooks, manuals, etc. In literature ; Scandinavia Handbooks, manuals, etc ; In literature ; Scandinavia Handbooks, manuals, etc In literature ; Scandinavia Handbooks, manuals, etc. In literature ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books ; Beowulf ; Beowulf
    Abstract: Beowulf : a brief summary of the plot -- Foreword : looking back -- Manuscript and text -- Style and structure -- Myth and legend -- Religion and learning -- Heroes and villains -- Words and deeds -- Beowulf : beyond criticism? -- Afterword : looking forward -- The foliation of Beowulf -- Repeated formulas in Beowulf -- A concordance of repeated formulas in Beowulf
    Description / Table of Contents: Beowulf : a brief summary of the plot -- Foreword : looking back -- Manuscript and text -- Style and structure -- Myth and legend -- Religion and learning -- Heroes and villains -- Words and deeds -- Beowulf : beyond criticism? -- Afterword : looking forward -- The foliation of Beowulf -- Repeated formulas in Beowulf -- A concordance of repeated formulas in Beowulf
    Description / Table of Contents: Beowulf : a brief summary of the plotForeword : looking back -- Manuscript and text -- Style and structure -- Myth and legend -- Religion and learning -- Heroes and villains -- Words and deeds -- Beowulf : beyond criticism? -- Afterword : looking forward -- The foliation of Beowulf -- Repeated formulas in Beowulf -- A concordance of repeated formulas in Beowulf.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. [327]-369) and indexes , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2004
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    Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 051107395X , 9780511073953 , 9780521816687 , 0521816688 , 0511073852 , 9780511073854 , 0511120826 , 9780511120824
    Language: English
    Pages: xviii, 328 p , ill , 24 cm
    Edition: Boulder, Colo NetLibrary 2004 Online-Ressource E-Books von NetLibrary
    Series Statement: Cambridge studies in Romanticism 54
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    Series Statement: Cambridge studies in romanticism
    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Craciun, Adriana, 1967- Fatal women of Romanticism
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    Keywords: English literature Women authors ; History and criticism. ; Women and literature History 19th century. ; English literature History and criticism. 19th century ; Femmes fatales in literature. ; Romanticism ; Women in literature. ; English literature Women authors ; History and criticism ; Women and literature History ; 19th century ; Great Britain ; English literature History and criticism ; 19th century ; Romanticism Great Britain ; Femmes fatales in literature ; Women in literature ; Romanticism ; English literature History and criticism 19th century ; English literature Women authors ; History and criticism ; Women and literature History 19th century ; English literature Women authors ; History and criticism. ; Women and literature History 19th century. ; English literature History and criticism. 19th century ; Femmes fatales in literature. ; Romanticism ; Women in literature. ; Electronic books Englisch ; Great Britain ; Femmes fatales in literature ; Romanticism ; Great Britain ; Women in literature ; English literature ; Women authors ; History and criticism ; English literature ; English literature ; Women authors ; Femmes fatales in literature ; Romanticism ; Women and literature ; Women in literature ; Women and literature ; Great Britain ; History ; 19th century ; English literature ; 19th century ; History and criticism ; LITERARY CRITICISM ; European ; English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Online-Publikation ; Literatur ; Romantik ; Femme fatale ; Great Britain ; Englisch ; Electronic books. ; Electronic book ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books Online-Publikation ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Englisch ; Literatur ; Femme fatale ; Romantik ; Geschichte 1790-1830 ; Englisch ; Literatur ; Femme fatale ; Romantik ; Geschichte 1790-1830
    Abstract: Cover; Half-title; Series-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; List of illustrations; Acknowledgments; Abbreviations; Introduction; CHAPTER 1 The subject of violence: Mary Lamb, femme fatale; CHAPTER 2 Violence against difference: Mary Wollstonecraft, Mary Robinson, and women's strength; CHAPTER 3 "The aristocracy of genius": Mary Robinson and Marie Antoinette; CHAPTER 4 Unnatural, unsexed, undead: Charlotte Dacre's Gothic bodies; CHAPTER 5 "In seraph strains, unpitying, to destroy": Anne Bannerman's femmes fatales
    Abstract: Adriana Craciun demonstrates how portrayals of femmes fatales or fatal women played an important role in the development of Romantic women's poetic identities and informed their exploration of issues surrounding the body, sexuality and politics. Craciun covers a wide range of writers and genres from the 1790s through the 1830s
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-318) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2004
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    ISBN: 1417523999 , 9781417523993
    Language: English
    Pages: ix, 206 p , 23 cm
    Edition: Boulder, Colo NetLibrary 2004 Online-Ressource E-Books von NetLibrary
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    Parallel Title: Print version Constructing a world
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    Keywords: Elizabeth In literature. ; Shakespeare, William, In literature. ; Shakespeare, William, Adaptations. ; Elizabeth, In literature. ; Elizabeth I 1533-1603 In literature ; Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 In literature ; Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 Adaptations ; Elizabeth In literature ; Shakespeare, William In literature ; Shakespeare, William Adaptations ; Shakespeare, William Adaptations ; Elizabeth In literature ; Shakespeare, William In literature ; Elizabeth In literature. ; Shakespeare, William, In literature. ; Shakespeare, William, Adaptations. ; Elizabeth, In literature. ; Elizabeth I 1533-1603 In literature ; Elizabeth ; Shakespeare, William ; Historical fiction, English History and criticism. ; American fiction History and criticism. 20th century ; English fiction History and criticism. 20th century ; Historical fiction, American History and criticism. ; Literature and history ; Historical fiction, English History and criticism ; American fiction History and criticism ; 20th century ; English fiction History and criticism ; 20th century ; Historical fiction, American History and criticism ; Literature and history English-speaking countries ; American fiction History and criticism 20th century ; English fiction History and criticism 20th century ; Historical fiction, American History and criticism ; Literature and history ; Historical fiction, English History and criticism ; Historical fiction, English History and criticism ; American fiction History and criticism 20th century ; English fiction History and criticism 20th century ; Historical fiction, American History and criticism ; Literature and history ; Historical fiction, English History and criticism. ; American fiction History and criticism. 20th century ; English fiction History and criticism. 20th century ; Historical fiction, American History and criticism. ; Literature and history ; Historiography ; Literature ; Literature and history ; Historical fiction, American ; Historical fiction, English ; LITERARY CRITICISM ; European ; English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh ; American fiction ; English fiction ; Adaptations ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Historische Prosa ; Rezeption ; Great Britain History Elizabeth, 1558-1603 ; Historiography. ; England In literature. ; Great Britain History ; Historiography ; Elizabeth, 1558-1603 ; England In literature ; England In literature ; Great Britain History Elizabeth, 1558-1603 ; Historiography ; England In literature ; Great Britain History Elizabeth, 1558-1603 ; Historiography ; Great Britain History Elizabeth, 1558-1603 ; Historiography. ; England In literature. ; England ; English-speaking countries ; Great Britain ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books ; Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 ; Rezeption ; Historische Prosa ; Geschichte 1550-2000 ; Shakespeare, William 1564-1616 ; Rezeption ; Historische Prosa ; Geschichte 1550-2000 ; Englisch ; Historische Prosa ; Geschichte 1550-2000
    Abstract: Introduction: historical fiction old and new -- Of narrators; or How the teller tells the tale -- Historical novelists at work: George Garrett and Anthony Burgess -- Barry Unsworth's Morality play and the origins of English secular drama -- Fictional Queen Elizabeths and women-centered historical fiction -- Rewriting Shakespeare: the Henriad with and without Falstaff -- Teaching Shakespeare's England through historical fiction
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: historical fiction old and new --Of narrators; or How the teller tells the tale --Historical novelists at work: George Garrett and Anthony Burgess --Barry Unsworth's Morality play and the origins of English secular drama --Fictional Queen Elizabeths and women-centered historical fiction --Rewriting Shakespeare: the Henriad with and without Falstaff --Teaching Shakespeare's England through historical fiction.
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: historical fiction old and newOf narrators; or How the teller tells the taleHistorical novelists at work: George Garrett and Anthony BurgessBarry Unsworth's Morality play and the origins of English secular dramaFictional Queen Elizabeths and women-centered historical fictionRewriting Shakespeare: the Henriad with and without FalstaffTeaching Shakespeare's England through historical fiction.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 185-198) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2004
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511062842 , 9780511062841 , 0511121563 , 9780511121562 , 0511071302 , 9780511071300 , 9780511056512 , 0511056516
    Language: English
    Pages: x, 237 p , 24 cm
    Edition: Boulder, Colo NetLibrary 2004 Online-Ressource E-Books von NetLibrary
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    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Cuddy-Keane, Melba Virginia Woolf, the intellectual, and the public sphere
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    Keywords: Woolf, Virginia, Knowledge and learning. ; Woolf, Virginia, Political and social views. ; Woolf, Virginia 1882-1941 Knowledge and learning ; Woolf, Virginia 1882-1941 Political and social views ; Woolf, Virginia 1882-1941 Savoir et érudition ; Woolf, Virginia 1882-1941 Pensée politique et sociale ; Woolf, Virginia ; Woolf, Virginia Knowledge and learning ; Woolf, Virginia Political and social views ; Woolf, Virginia, Knowledge and learning. ; Woolf, Virginia, Political and social views. ; Woolf, Virginia ; Woolf, Virginia ; Books and reading History 20th century. ; Education History 20th century. ; Modernism (Literature) ; Books and reading History ; 20th century ; Great Britain ; Education History ; 20th century ; Great Britain ; Modernism (Literature) Great Britain ; Livres et lecture Histoire ; 20e siècle ; Grande-Bretagne ; Éducation Histoire ; 20e siècle ; Grande-Bretagne ; Modernisme (Littérature) Grande-Bretagne ; Education History 20th century ; Modernism (Literature) ; Books and reading History 20th century ; Books and reading History 20th century. ; Education History 20th century. ; Modernism (Literature) ; LITERARY CRITICISM ; European ; English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh ; Books and reading ; Education ; Intellectual life ; Learning and scholarship ; Modernism (Literature) ; Political and social views ; Essays ; History ; Online-Publikation ; Essay ; Geistesleben ; Gesellschaftliches Bewusstsein ; Great Britain Intellectual life 20th century. ; Great Britain Intellectual life ; 20th century ; Grande-Bretagne Vie intellectuelle ; 20e siècle ; Great Britain Intellectual life 20th century ; Great Britain Intellectual life 20th century. ; Great Britain ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books Online-Publikation ; Woolf, Virginia 1882-1941 ; Essay ; Geistesleben ; Gesellschaftliches Bewusstsein ; Woolf, Virginia 1882-1941 ; Essay ; Geistesleben ; Gesellschaftliches Bewusstsein
    Abstract: A wider sphere -- Part one: Cultural contexts -- Democratic highbrow: Woolf and the classless intellectual -- Woolf, English studies, and the making of the (new) common reader -- Part two: Critical practice -- 3. Woolf and the theory and pedagogy of reading -- Intellectual work today
    Abstract: Virginia Woolf, the Intellectual, and the Public Sphere relates Woolf's literary reviews and essays to early twentieth-century debates about the value of 'highbrow' culture, the methods of instruction in universities and adult education, and the importance of an educated public for the realization of democratic goals
    Description / Table of Contents: A wider sphere -- Part one: Cultural contexts -- Democratic highbrow: Woolf and the classless intellectual -- Woolf, English studies, and the making of the (new) common reader -- Part two: Critical practice -- 3. Woolf and the theory and pedagogy of reading -- Intellectual work today
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 220-230) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2004
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    Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511064152 , 0521007704 , 9780521007702 , 0511072619 , 9780511072611 , 0521809843 , 9780521809849 , 9780511064159 , 0511057822 , 9780511057823 , 0511120036 , 9780511120039
    Language: English
    Pages: xxi, 289 p , ill , 24 cm
    Edition: Boulder, Colo NetLibrary 2004 Online-Ressource E-Books von NetLibrary
    Series Statement: Cambridge companions to literature
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    Parallel Title: Print version Cambridge companion to Mary Shelley
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    Keywords: Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, Criticism and interpretation. ; Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft 1797-1851 Criticism and interpretation ; Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft ; Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft Criticism and interpretation ; Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft, Criticism and interpretation. ; Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft 1797-1851 Criticism and interpretation ; Shelley, Mary Wollstonecraft ; Women and literature History 19th century. ; Women and literature History ; 19th century ; England ; Women and literature History 19th century ; Women and literature History 19th century. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books Aufsatzsammlung ; Online-Publikation ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Konferenzschrift ; Shelley, Mary 1797-1851 ; Shelley, Mary 1797-1851
    Abstract: In The Cambridge Companion to Mary Shelley, leading scholars discuss her work in several fascinating contexts: literary history, aesthetic and literary culture, the legacies of her parents William Godwin and Mary Wollstonecraft, and of course the life and afterlife of her most famous work, Frankenstein
    Abstract: 'The Author of Frankenstein': -- Making a 'monster': an introduction to Frankenstein / Anne K. Mellor -- Frankenstein, Matilda, and the legacies of Godwin and Wollstonecraft / Pamela Clemit -- Frankenstein, feminism, and literary theory / Diane Long Hoeveler -- Frankenstein on Film / Esther Schor -- Frankenstein's futurity: from replicants to robotics / Jay Clayton -- Fictions and Myths: -- Valperga / Stuart Curran -- The last man / Kari E. Lokke -- Historical novelist / Deidre Lynch -- Falkner and other fictions / Kate Ferguson Ellis -- Stories for the Keepsake / Charlotte Sussman -- Proserpine and Midas / Judith Pascoe -- Professional Personae: -- Mary Shelley, editor / Susan J. Wolfson -- Letters: The public/private self / Betty T. Bennett -- Mary Shelley as biographer / Greg Kucich -- Mary Shelley's travel writing / Jeanne Moskal -- Mary Shelley as cultural critic / Timothy Morton
    Description / Table of Contents: 'The Author of Frankenstein': -- Making a 'monster': an introduction to Frankenstein / Anne K. Mellor -- Frankenstein, Matilda, and the legacies of Godwin and Wollstonecraft / Pamela Clemit -- Frankenstein, feminism, and literary theory / Diane Long Hoeveler -- Frankenstein on Film / Esther Schor -- Frankenstein's futurity: from replicants to robotics / Jay Clayton -- Fictions and Myths: -- Valperga / Stuart Curran -- The last man / Kari E. Lokke -- Historical novelist / Deidre Lynch -- Falkner and other fictions / Kate Ferguson Ellis -- Stories for the Keepsake / Charlotte Sussman -- Proserpine and Midas / Judith Pascoe -- Professional Personae: -- Mary Shelley, editor / Susan J. Wolfson -- Letters: The public/private self / Betty T. Bennett -- Mary Shelley as biographer / Greg Kucich -- Mary Shelley's travel writing / Jeanne Moskal -- Mary Shelley as cultural critic / Timothy Morton
    Description / Table of Contents: 'The Author of Frankenstein':Making a 'monster': an introduction to Frankenstein / Anne K. Mellor -- Frankenstein, Matilda, and the legacies of Godwin and Wollstonecraft / Pamela Clemit -- Frankenstein, feminism, and literary theory / Diane Long Hoeveler -- Frankenstein on Film / Esther Schor -- Frankenstein's futurity: from replicants to robotics / Jay Clayton -- Fictions and Myths: -- Valperga / Stuart Curran -- The last man / Kari E. Lokke -- Historical novelist / Deidre Lynch -- Falkner and other fictions / Kate Ferguson Ellis -- Stories for the Keepsake / Charlotte Sussman -- Proserpine and Midas / Judith Pascoe -- Professional Personae: -- Mary Shelley, editor / Susan J. Wolfson -- Letters: The public/private self / Betty T. Bennett -- Mary Shelley as biographer / Greg Kucich -- Mary Shelley's travel writing / Jeanne Moskal -- Mary Shelley as cultural critic / Timothy Morton.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 274-283) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2004
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    Sydney : University of New South Wales Press
    ISBN: 0585436398 , 9780585436395
    Language: English
    Pages: viii, 219 pages , 24 cm
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    Parallel Title: Print version Australia's welfare wars
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    Keywords: Public welfare ; Welfare state. ; Social policy. ; Public welfare Australia ; Social policy Australia ; Welfare state ; Public welfare ; Social policy ; Social policy ; Public welfare ; Welfare state ; Public welfare ; Welfare state. ; Social policy. ; Public welfare ; Social policy ; Welfare state ; Social Welfare & Social Work ; Social Sciences ; Social Welfare & Social Work - General ; Aide sociale ; Australie ; Geschichte 1983-2003 ; POLITICAL SCIENCE ; Public Policy ; Social Services & Welfare ; SOCIAL SCIENCE ; Human Services ; Sozialpolitik ; Wohlfahrtsstaat ; Australie ; Politique sociale ; 1945- ; Australia ; Australien ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books ; Australien ; Wohlfahrtsstaat ; Sozialpolitik ; Geschichte 1983-2003 ; Australien ; Sozialpolitik ; Wohlfahrtsstaat ; Geschichte 1983-2003
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. [191]-212) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2003
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    Cambridge, U.K : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511063482 , 0511071949 , 9780511071942 , 0521802474 , 9780521802475 , 0521002834 , 9780521002837 , 0511119461 , 9780511119460 , 9780511063480 , 0511057156 , 9780511057151
    Language: English
    Pages: xiii, 283 p , 24 cm
    Edition: Boulder, Colo NetLibrary 2004 Online-Ressource E-Books von NetLibrary
    Series Statement: Cambridge companions to literature
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    Parallel Title: Print version Cambridge companion to Jonathan Swift
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    Keywords: Swift, Jonathan, Handbooks, manuals, etc. Criticism and interpretation ; Swift, Jonathan 1667-1745 Handbooks, manuals, etc ; Criticism and interpretation ; Swift, Jonathan Handbooks, manuals, etc Criticism and interpretation ; Swift, Jonathan, Handbooks, manuals, etc. Criticism and interpretation ; Swift, Jonathan 1667-1745 Criticism and interpretation ; Swift, Jonathan ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books ; Aufsatzsammlung ; Konferenzschrift ; Swift, Jonathan 1667-1745 ; Swift, Jonathan 1667-1745
    Abstract: This Companion explores crucial dimensions of Swift's life and works. As well as ensuring a broad coverage of Swift's writing, it offers a way into current critical and theoretical issues surrounding the author. The volume features a detailed chronology and a guide to further reading
    Abstract: Swift's life Joseph McMinn -- Politics and history David Oakleaf -- Swift the Irishman Carole Fabricant -- Swift's reading Brean Hammond -- Swift and women Margaret Anne Doody -- Swift's satire and parody Michael F. Suarez, S.J. -- Money and economics Patrick Kelly -- Language and style Ian Higgins -- Swift and religion Marcus Walsh -- Swift the poet Pat Rogers -- A Tale of Tub and early prose Judith C. Mueller -- Gulliver's Travels and the later writings J. Paul Hunter -- Classic Swift Seamus Deane
    Description / Table of Contents: Swift's life Joseph McMinn -- Politics and history David Oakleaf -- Swift the Irishman Carole Fabricant -- Swift's reading Brean Hammond -- Swift and women Margaret Anne Doody -- Swift's satire and parody Michael F. Suarez, S.J. -- Money and economics Patrick Kelly -- Language and style Ian Higgins -- Swift and religion Marcus Walsh -- Swift the poet Pat Rogers -- A Tale of Tub and early prose Judith C. Mueller -- Gulliver's Travels and the later writings J. Paul Hunter -- Classic Swift Seamus Deane
    Description / Table of Contents: Swift's life Joseph McMinnPolitics and history David Oakleaf -- Swift the Irishman Carole Fabricant -- Swift's reading Brean Hammond -- Swift and women Margaret Anne Doody -- Swift's satire and parody Michael F. Suarez, S.J. -- Money and economics Patrick Kelly -- Language and style Ian Higgins -- Swift and religion Marcus Walsh -- Swift the poet Pat Rogers -- A Tale of Tub and early prose Judith C. Mueller -- Gulliver's Travels and the later writings J. Paul Hunter -- Classic Swift Seamus Deane.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 256-265) and indexes , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2004
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    Cambridge, England : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511063199 , 9780511063190 , 0511071655 , 9780511071652
    Language: English
    Pages: x, 237 p , 24 cm
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    Series Statement: Cambridge studies in modern theatre
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    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Aston, Elaine Feminist views on the English stage
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    Keywords: Feminist drama, English History and criticism. ; Feminism and literature History 20th century. ; Women and literature History 20th century. ; English drama Women authors ; History and criticism. ; English drama History and criticism. 20th century ; Feminist drama, English History and criticism ; Feminism and literature History ; 20th century ; Great Britain ; Women and literature History ; 20th century ; Great Britain ; English drama Women authors ; History and criticism ; English drama History and criticism ; 20th century ; Grande-Bretagne ; Great Britain ; Feminism and literature History 20th century ; Women and literature History 20th century ; English drama Women authors ; History and criticism ; English drama History and criticism 20th century ; Feminist drama, English History and criticism ; Feminist drama, English History and criticism. ; Feminism and literature History 20th century. ; Women and literature History 20th century. ; English drama Women authors ; History and criticism. ; English drama History and criticism. 20th century ; DRAMA ; English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh ; English drama ; English drama ; Women authors ; Feminism and literature ; Feminist drama, English ; Women and literature ; Théâtre anglais ; Théâtre féministe ; Féminisme ; Femme ; Littérature ; Écrivaine ; 20e siècle ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Dramatikerin ; Englisch ; Feminismus ; Frauendrama ; Grande-Bretagne ; Great Britain ; Großbritannien ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Englisch ; Frauendrama ; Großbritannien ; Dramatikerin ; Feminismus ; Geschichte 1990-2000 ; Englisch ; Frauendrama ; Großbritannien ; Dramatikerin ; Feminismus ; Geschichte 1990-2000
    Abstract: A feminist view on the 1990s -- Telling feminist tales: Caryl Churchill -- Saying no to daddy: child sexual abuse, the 'Big Hysteria' -- Girl power, the new feminism? -- The 'bad girl of our stage?': Sarah Kane -- Performing identities -- Feminist connections to a multicultural 'scene' -- Feminism past, and future?: Timberlake Wertenbaker -- Tales for the twenty-first century: final reflections
    Abstract: This is a study of contemporary drama from a feminist perspective, one that challenges an idea of the 1990s as a 'post-feminist' decade and pays attention to women's playwriting marginalized by a 'renaissance' of angry young men. Working through a generational mix of writers, from Sarah Kane, the iconoclastic 'bad girl' of the stage, to the 'canonical' Caryl Churchill, Elaine Aston charts the significant political and aesthetic changes in women's playwriting at the century's end. Aston also explores new writing for the 1990s in theatre by Sarah Daniels, Bryony Lavery, Phyllis Nagy, Winsome Pinnock, Rebecca Prichard, Judy Upton and Timberlake Wertenbaker.--Publisher description; 1900 - 1999
    Description / Table of Contents: A feminist view on the 1990s -- Telling feminist tales: Caryl Churchill -- Saying no to daddy: child sexual abuse, the 'Big Hysteria' -- Girl power, the new feminism? -- The 'bad girl of our stage?': Sarah Kane -- Performing identities -- Feminist connections to a multicultural 'scene' -- Feminism past, and future?: Timberlake Wertenbaker -- Tales for the twenty-first century: final reflections
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511066058 , 9780511068188 , 0511068182 , 9780511066054 , 051111690X , 9780511116902 , 9780511485206 , 0511485204
    Language: English
    Pages: xiii, 232 p , 24 cm
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    Parallel Title: Print version James Joyce and the difference of language
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    Keywords: Joyce, James, Criticism and interpretation. ; Joyce, James, Language. ; Joyce, James 1882-1941 Criticism and interpretation ; Joyce, James 1882-1941 Language ; Joyce, James 1882-1941 Critique et interprétation ; Joyce, James 1882-1941 Langue ; Joyce, James ; Joyce, James Criticism and interpretation ; Joyce, James Language ; Joyce, James Language ; Joyce, James Criticism and interpretation ; Joyce, James, Criticism and interpretation. ; Joyce, James, Language. ; Joyce, James ; Joyce, James ; English language Style. ; English language Style ; Ireland ; Anglais (Langue) Stylistique ; Irlande ; Irlande dans la littérature ; English language Style ; English language Style ; English language Style. ; English language ; Style ; Language and languages ; Literature ; Taalgebruik ; LITERARY CRITICISM ; European ; English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; Sprache ; Ireland In literature. ; Ireland In literature ; Ireland In literature ; Ireland In literature ; Ireland In literature. ; Ireland ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books ; Joyce, James 1882-1941 ; Sprache ; Joyce, James 1882-1941 ; Sprache
    Abstract: Combining close textual analysis and theoretically informed readings, an international team of leading scholars explores how Joyce's experiments with language repeatedly challenge our ways of reading. This volume is the first to comprehensively examine the critical diversity of Joyce's linguistic practices
    Abstract: Introduction: language(s) with a difference / Laurent Milesi -- Syntactic glides / Fritz Senn -- 'Cypherjugglers going the highroads': Joyce and contemporary linguistic theories / Benoit Tadié -- Madonnas of modernism / Beryl Schlossman -- Theoretical modelling: Joyce's women on display / Diane Elam -- The lapse and the lap: Joyce with Deleuze / Marie-Dominique Garnier -- 'sound sense'; or 'tralala'/'moocow': Joyce and the anathema of writing / Thomas Docherty -- Language, sexuality and the remainder in A portrait of the artist as a young man / Derek Attridge -- Border disputes / Ellen Carol Jones -- Errors and expectations: the ethics of desire in Finnegans wake / Patrick McGee -- Ex sterco Dantis: Dante's post-Babelian linguistics in the Wake / Lucia Boldrini -- No symbols where none intended: Derrida's war at Finnegans wake / Sam Slote
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: language(s) with a difference / Laurent Milesi -- Syntactic glides / Fritz Senn -- 'Cypherjugglers going the highroads': Joyce and contemporary linguistic theories / Benoit Tadié -- Madonnas of modernism / Beryl Schlossman -- Theoretical modelling: Joyce's women on display / Diane Elam -- The lapse and the lap: Joyce with Deleuze / Marie-Dominique Garnier -- 'sound sense'; or 'tralala'/'moocow': Joyce and the anathema of writing / Thomas Docherty -- Language, sexuality and the remainder in A portrait of the artist as a young man / Derek Attridge -- Border disputes / Ellen Carol Jones -- Errors and expectations: the ethics of desire in Finnegans wake / Patrick McGee -- Ex sterco Dantis: Dante's post-Babelian linguistics in the Wake / Lucia Boldrini -- No symbols where none intended: Derrida's war at Finnegans wake / Sam Slote
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: language(s) with a difference / Laurent MilesiSyntactic glides / Fritz Senn -- 'Cypherjugglers going the highroads': Joyce and contemporary linguistic theories / Benoit Tadié -- Madonnas of modernism / Beryl Schlossman -- Theoretical modelling: Joyce's women on display / Diane Elam -- The lapse and the lap: Joyce with Deleuze / Marie-Dominique Garnier -- 'sound sense'; or 'tralala'/'moocow': Joyce and the anathema of writing / Thomas Docherty -- Language, sexuality and the remainder in A portrait of the artist as a young man / Derek Attridge -- Border disputes / Ellen Carol Jones -- Errors and expectations: the ethics of desire in Finnegans wake / Patrick McGee -- Ex sterco Dantis: Dante's post-Babelian linguistics in the Wake / Lucia Boldrini -- No symbols where none intended: Derrida's war at Finnegans wake / Sam Slote.
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    Cambridge, U.K : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511061684 , 9780511061684 , 0511070144 , 9780511070143 , 9780521820073 , 0521820073
    Language: English
    Pages: xii, 223 p , ill , 24 cm
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    Series Statement: Studies in English language
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    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Curzan, Anne Gender shifts in the history of English
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    Keywords: English language Gender. ; English language Grammar, Historical. ; Linguistic change. ; Anglais (Langue) Genre. ; Anglais (Langue) Grammaire historique. ; Changement linguistique. ; English language Gender ; English language Grammar, Historical ; Anglais (Langue) Genre ; Anglais (Langue) Grammaire historique ; Changement linguistique Englisch ; Linguistic change ; English language Grammar, Historical ; English language Gender ; English language Gender. ; English language Grammar, Historical. ; Linguistic change. ; Anglais (Langue) Genre. ; Anglais (Langue) Grammaire historique. ; Changement linguistique. ; LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES ; Grammar & Punctuation ; LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES ; Linguistics ; Syntax ; English language ; Gender ; English language ; Grammar, Historical ; Linguistic change ; Anglais (Langue) ; Genre ; Anglais (Langue) ; Grammaire historique ; Changement linguistique ; English language ; Gender ; English language ; Grammar, Historical ; Linguistic change ; Genus ; Sprachwandel ; Geschichte ; Genuswechsel ; Englisch ; Electronic books. ; Electronic book ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books ; Englisch ; Genus ; Sprachwandel ; Geschichte ; Englisch ; Genuswechsel ; Geschichte ; Englisch ; Genus ; Sprachwandel ; Geschichte ; Englisch ; Genuswechsel ; Geschichte
    Abstract: Cover; Half-title; Series-title; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1 Defining English gender; 2 The gender shift in histories of English; 3 A history of gender, people, and pronouns: the story of generic he; 4 Third-person pronouns in the gender shift: why is that ship a she?; 5 Gender and asymmetrical word histories: when boys could be girls; 6 Implications for nonsexist language reform; Appendix 1: Background on early English personal pronouns; Appendix 2: Helsinki Corpus texts and methodology; References; Index
    Abstract: How did grammatical gender in English get replaced by a system dependent on natural gender? How is this related to 'irregular agreement' (she for ships) and 'sexist' language use (generic he) in Modern English? This study, based on extensive corpus data, offers an important historical perspective on these controversial questions
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 204-217) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2004
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511042116 , 9780511042119 , 0511044925 , 9780511044922 , 0511120044 , 9780511120046 , 9780521809955 , 0521809959
    Language: English
    Pages: x, 128 p , 24 cm
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    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Bond, Brian Unquiet western front
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    Keywords: Great Britain. History World War, 1914-1918. ; Great Britain / Army History ; World War, 1914-1918 ; Great Britain History World War, 1914-1918 ; Great Britain. History World War, 1914-1918. ; Great Britain / Army Great Britain / Army ; World War (1914-1918) ; 1900 - 1999 ; Great Britain ; World War, 1914-1918 ; World War, 1914-1918 Casualties. ; World War, 1914-1918 Historiography. ; Military discipline ; World War, 1914-1918 Campaigns ; World War, 1914-1918 Great Britain ; World War, 1914-1918 Casualties ; World War, 1914-1918 Historiography ; Military discipline Great Britain ; World War, 1914-1918 Campaigns ; Western Front ; World War, 1914-1918 ; Military discipline ; World War, 1914-1918 Campaigns ; World War, 1914-1918 Historiography ; World War, 1914-1918 Casualties ; World War, 1914-1918 ; World War, 1914-1918 Casualties. ; World War, 1914-1918 Historiography. ; Military discipline ; World War, 1914-1918 Campaigns ; Electronic books ; Military campaigns ; Military discipline ; Social conditions ; Krijgsmacht ; Westelijk front (WO I) ; Eerste Wereldoorlog ; Beeldvorming ; Geschiedschrijving ; HISTORY ; Military ; World War I ; Historiography ; Battle casualties ; History ; Rezeption ; Weltkrieg ; Great Britain Social conditions 20th century. ; Great Britain Social conditions ; 20th century ; Great Britain ; Western Front (World War (1914-1918)) ; Great Britain Social conditions 20th century ; Great Britain Social conditions 20th century. ; Western Front (World War (1914-1918)) ; Great Britain ; Großbritannien ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books History ; Großbritannien ; Erster Weltkrieg ; Rezeption ; Großbritannien ; Erster Weltkrieg ; Rezeption
    Abstract: Cover; Half-title; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface and acknowledgements; 1 The necessary war, 1914-1918; 2 Goodbye to all that, 1919-1933; 3 Donkeys and Flanders mud the war rediscovered in the 1960s; 4 Thinking the unthinkable the First World War as history; Sir Lees Knowles (1857-1928); The Lees Knowles lectures; Notes; Select bibliography; Index
    Abstract: Britain's role in the First World War has been portrayed mainly through literature, films and plays, in most cases with a marked un-historical, anti-war spirit. This book follows the controversy from 1918 to the present, and concludes that historians are finally permitting the War to be placed in proper perspective
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 122-124) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2004
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    Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511042620 , 0521816114 , 9780521816113 , 9780511042621 , 0511120796 , 9780511120794 , 9780511484148 , 0511484143
    Language: English
    Pages: xii, 222 p , 24 cm
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    Parallel Title: Print version Johnson, writing, and memory
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    Keywords: Johnson, Samuel, Criticism and interpretation. ; Johnson, Samuel, Views on authorship. ; Johnson, Samuel 1709-1784 Criticism and interpretation ; Johnson, Samuel 1709-1784 Views on authorship ; Johnson, Samuel 1709-1784 Critique et interprétation ; Johnson, Samuel 1709-1784 Et l'art d'écrire ; Johnson, Samuel (1709-1784) ; Critique et interprétation ; Johnson, Samuel ; Johnson, Samuel ; Johnson, Samuel Criticism and interpretation ; Johnson, Samuel Views on authorship ; Johnson, Samuel Views on authorship ; Johnson, Samuel Criticism and interpretation ; Johnson, Samuel, Criticism and interpretation. ; Johnson, Samuel, Views on authorship. ; Johnson, Samuel 1709-1784 ; Johnson, Samuel ; Critique et interprétation ; Johnson, Samuel ; Johnson, Samuel ; Johnson, Samuel ; Authority in literature. ; Memory in literature. ; Autorité dans la littérature ; Mémoire dans la littérature ; Authority in literature ; Memory in literature ; Authority in literature ; Memory in literature ; Authority in literature. ; Memory in literature. ; Electronic books ; LITERARY CRITICISM ; European ; English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh ; Authority in literature ; Authorship ; Memory in literature ; Herinnering ; Autorité ; Dans la littérature ; Mémoire dans la littérature ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; Gedächtnis ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books ; Johnson, Samuel 1709-1784 ; Johnson, Samuel 1709-1784 ; Gedächtnis ; Johnson, Samuel 1709-1784 ; Johnson, Samuel 1709-1784 ; Gedächtnis
    Abstract: "Greg Clingham examines Johnson's writing, including his biographical writing, as it intersects with eighteenth-century thought on literature, history, fiction, and law, and in its subsequent compatibility with, and resistance to, modern theory. Clingham's widely researched study provides an account of Johnson's intellectual positions that incorporates the challenges they pose to recent critical theory, and argues for Johnson's inclusion in a new theorization of terms such as "authority," "nature," and "memory.""--Jacket
    Abstract: "Greg Clingham examines Johnson's writing, including his biographical writing, as it intersects with eighteenth-century thought on literature, history, fiction, and law, and in its subsequent compatibility with, and resistance to, modern theory. Clingham's widely researched study provides an account of Johnson's intellectual positions that incorporates the challenges they pose to recent critical theory, and argues for Johnson's inclusion in a new theorization of terms such as "authority," "nature," and "memory.""--Jacket
    Description / Table of Contents: Introduction: Johnson and authority1. Johnson and memory -- 2. Johnson and nature -- 3. Law, narrative, and memory -- 4. Narrative, history, and memory in the Lives of the Poets.
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 202-215) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2004
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    Cambridge, U.K : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511042590 , 0521815770 , 9780511042591 , 0511148291 , 9780511148293 , 0511045816 , 9780511045813 , 0511120745 , 9780511120749 , 9780521815772
    Language: English
    Pages: vi, 317 p , 24 cm
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    Series Statement: Cambridge studies in Romanticism 53
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    Parallel Title: Erscheint auch als Canuel, Mark Religion, toleration, and British writing, 1790-1830
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    Keywords: English literature History and criticism. 19th century ; Religion and literature History 19th century. ; Religious tolerance in literature. ; Religion and literature History 18th century. ; Religious tolerance History 19th century. ; Religious tolerance History 18th century. ; English literature History and criticism. 18th century ; Romanticism ; English literature History and criticism ; 19th century ; Religion and literature History ; 19th century ; Great Britain ; Religion and literature History ; 18th century ; Great Britain ; Religious tolerance History ; 19th century ; Great Britain ; Religious tolerance History ; 18th century ; Great Britain ; English literature History and criticism ; 18th century ; Romanticism Great Britain ; Religious tolerance in literature ; Religion and literature History 18th century ; Religious tolerance History 19th century ; Religious tolerance History 18th century ; English literature History and criticism 18th century ; Romanticism ; English literature History and criticism 19th century ; Religion and literature History 19th century ; English literature History and criticism. 19th century ; Religion and literature History 19th century. ; Religious tolerance in literature. ; Religion and literature History 18th century. ; Religious tolerance History 19th century. ; Religious tolerance History 18th century. ; English literature History and criticism. 18th century ; Romanticism ; Electronic books Englisch ; Great Britain ; Religious tolerance in literature ; Religion and literature ; Religious tolerance ; Romanticism ; Romantiek ; Godsdienst ; Verdraagzaamheid ; Letterkunde ; Engels ; LITERARY CRITICISM ; European ; English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh ; English literature ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Online-Publikation ; Literatur ; Religiöse Literatur ; Great Britain ; Englisch ; Electronic books. ; Electronic book ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books Online-Publikation ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Englisch ; Literatur ; Religiöse Literatur ; Geschichte 1790-1830 ; Englisch ; Literatur ; Religiöse Toleranz ; Geschichte 1790-1830
    Abstract: Romanticism and the writing of toleration -- "Holy hypocrisy" and the rule of belief: Radcliffe's gothics -- Coleridge's polemic divinity -- Sect and secular economy in the Irish national tale -- Wordsworth and the "frame of social being" -- "Consecrated fancy": Byron and Keats -- Conclusion: the Inquisitorial stage
    Abstract: Canuel examines the way that Romantic poets, novelists and political writers criticised the traditional grounding of British political unity in religious conformity. Canuel shows how Romantic writers including Bentham, Radcliffe, Edgeworth and Byron saw their works as political and literary commentaries on the extent and limits of religious toleration; Geschichte 1790-1830; 1700 - 1899
    Description / Table of Contents: Romanticism and the writing of toleration -- "Holy hypocrisy" and the rule of belief: Radcliffe's gothics -- Coleridge's polemic divinity -- Sect and secular economy in the Irish national tale -- Wordsworth and the "frame of social being" -- "Consecrated fancy": Byron and Keats -- Conclusion: the Inquisitorial stage
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 302-313) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2004
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    Cambridge : Cambridge University Press
    ISBN: 0511019017 , 9780521009157 , 0521810825 , 9780521810821 , 0521009154 , 9780511019012 , 0511120133 , 9780511120138
    Language: English
    Pages: xi, 256 p , 24 cm
    Edition: Boulder, Colo NetLibrary 2003 Online-Ressource E-Books von NetLibrary
    Additional Information: Rezensiert in McQuade, Paula [Rezension von: Appelbaum, Robert, Literature and Utopian Politics in Seventeenth-Century England] 2003
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    Parallel Title: Print version Literature and Utopian politics in seventeenth-century England
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    Keywords: English literature History and criticism. Early modern, 1500-1700 ; Politics and literature History 17th century. ; Utopias in literature. ; Utopias ; English literature History and criticism ; Early modern, 1500-1700 ; Politics and literature History ; 17th century ; Great Britain ; Utopias Great Britain ; Utopias in literature ; Utopias ; English literature History and criticism Early modern, 1500-1700 ; Politics and literature History 17th century ; Politics and literature History 17th century ; English literature History and criticism Early modern, 1500-1700 ; Utopias in literature ; Utopias ; English literature History and criticism. Early modern, 1500-1700 ; Politics and literature History 17th century. ; Utopias in literature. ; Utopias ; Electronic books ; English literature History and criticism ; Early modern, 1500-1700 ; Bellettrie ; Utopieën ; Utopias in literature ; LITERARY CRITICISM ; European ; English, Irish, Scottish, Welsh ; Politics and government ; Politics and literature ; English literature ; Early modern ; Utopias ; Intellectual life ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Online-Publikation ; Utopie ; Literatur ; Politik ; Great Britain Politics and government 1603-1714. ; England Intellectual life 17th century. ; Great Britain Politics and government ; 1603-1714 ; England Intellectual life ; 17th century ; Englisch ; England ; Great Britain ; England Intellectual life 17th century ; Great Britain Politics and government 1603-1714 ; Great Britain Politics and government 1603-1714 ; England Intellectual life 17th century ; Great Britain Politics and government 1603-1714. ; England Intellectual life 17th century. ; Great Britain ; Engeland ; England ; Englisch ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books ; Electronic books. ; Electronic books Online-Publikation ; Criticism, interpretation, etc ; History ; Englisch ; Literatur ; Utopie ; Politik ; Geschichte 1600-1700 ; Englisch ; Literatur ; Utopie ; Politik ; Geschichte 1600-1700
    Abstract: Appelbaum surveys literature from 1603 to the 1660s and shows how its ideal politics were engaged in the reality of political and social struggle. He also shows how self-defeating the exercise could be. In an era of political and religious conflict, writers asserted themselves as the authors of social and political ideals. But they also constructed systems in which the assertion of utopian mastery would have no place, and an ideal politics could no longer be imagined. This study will interest political and cultural historians as well as literary critics
    Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 217-251) and index , Electronic reproduction, Boulder, Colo : NetLibrary, 2003
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    Manchester : Manchester University Press
    ISBN: 1417568038 , 9781847790149 , 9780719060717