Studies in World Literature
Flair Donglai Shi, Gareth Guangming Tan
Institution, Recognition, Location€49.90ibidem530 PagesBy bringing in different degrees of circulation in different regions and languages, this collection shows that while literary centers do exist in what Pascale Casanova calls “the international literary...pre-order
Patricia Neville€34.90ibidem238 PagesThis study investigates how Janet Frame weaves together literary sources from her extensive reading to create a web of intertextual relationships. Patricia Neville traces Frame’s passion for books beginning...
Gerri Kimber, Janet Wilson
Katherine Mansfield and the Modernist Short Story€34.90ibidem313 PagesThe ground-breaking essays gathered in this volume argue that global paradigms of World Literature, often referencing the major metropolitan centres of cultural and literary production, do not always accommodate...
Gareth Griffiths, Philip Mead
Human Rights and the Cultural Imaginary€45.90ibidem408 PagesThis book addresses the ways in which a range of representational forms have influenced and helped implement the project of human rights across the world, and seeks to show how public discourses on law...
€29.90ibidem264 PagesIn this fascinating book, Johanna Emeney examines the global proliferation of new poetry related to illness and medical treatment from the perspective of doctors, patients, and carers in light of the growing...
A Functional Approach to Metatheatre€29.90ibidem272 PagesNadia Anwar presents a compelling reading framework for the study and analysis of selected post-independence Nigerian dramas, using the conceptual parameters of metatheatre, a theatrical strategy which...
Vincent van Bever Donker
Religion, Violence, and the Human€34.90ibidem280 PagesRecognition and Ethics in World Literature is a critical comparative study of contemporary world literature, focused on the importance of the ethical turn (or return) in literary theory. It considers the...
Essays and Reviews€99.00ibidem644 PagesFrom New National to World English Literature offers a personal perspective on the evolution of a major cultural movement that began with decolonization, continued with the assertion of African, West Indian,...