Literature and Drama
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Literature; Poetry; Drama; Literary Criticism

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  1. WILLIAM BLAKE'S WRITINGS

    WILLIAM BLAKE'S WRITINGS
    Vol 1: Engraved and Etched Writings
    Vol 2: Writings in Conventional Typography and in Manuscript

    Edited by G E BENTLEY
    £25.00

    Blake's writings survive in a remarkable variety of forms, from the conventional typography of his 'Poetical Sketches' to the unique illuminated printing of 'Songs of Innocence and of Experience', and... Learn More
  2. WATERLOO AND THE ROMANTIC IMAGINATION

    WATERLOO AND THE ROMANTIC IMAGINATION

    PHILIP SHAW
    £65.00

    This book looks at the cultural significance of the Battle of Waterloo and the impact it had on British Romantic culture. Drawing on a range of approaches, it aims to redefine the Romantic period as a... Learn More
  3. VOICES OF SILENCE

    VOICES OF SILENCE
    The Alternative Book of First World War Poetry

    VIVIEN NOAKES
    £25.00

    Few conflicts have given rise to such a literary outpouring as the Great War. The poets that the struggle produced are now as well-known as the battles in which they fought -- Owen, Sassoon, Graves an... Learn More
  4. SOME VERSIONS OF EMPSON

    SOME VERSIONS OF EMPSON

    Edited by MATTHEW BEVIS

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    This is the first volume of critical essays on Empson's life, work and influence to be published in more than a decade, and the first to study his poetry alongside his criticism in order to reassess t... Learn More
  5. THE OXFORD ENGLISH LITERARY HISTORY

    THE OXFORD ENGLISH LITERARY HISTORY
    Vol 8: 1830-1880: The Victorians

    PHILIP DAVIS
    £32.00

    This volume covers the flowering of Victorian literature, from the decade when Tennyson started writing 'In Memoriam' and Darwin embarked on the Beagle to the publication of Hardy's first gre... Learn More
  6. A MUSE OF FIRE

    A MUSE OF FIRE
    Literature, Art and War

    A D HARVEY
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    Before 1914 few authors wrote about or experienced war. The reality of war was not the proper subject of literature and writers seldom served in the armed forces and were almost never in battle. The F... Learn More
  7. HAZLITT

    HAZLITT
    The Mind of a Critic

    DAVID BROMWICH

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    Essayist, lecturer and radical pamphleteer, William Hazlitt (1778-1830) was the greatest of English critics and a master of the art of prose. This book is a superb appreciation of the man and his work... Learn More
  8. DICKENS ON SCREEN

    DICKENS ON SCREEN

    JOHN GLAVIN

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    Millions of people who have never read Charles Dickens know about him through access to more than a century of adaptations of his work for the big and small screen. He has become, somewhat ironically,... Learn More
  9. BRITISH POETRY MAGAZINES, 1914-2000

    BRITISH POETRY MAGAZINES, 1914-2000
    A History and Bibliography of 'Little Magazines'

    DAVID MILLER and RICHARD PRICE
    £28.00

    Documenting thousands of British poetry magazines from the last century, Miller and Price's survey looks into the remarkable world of the 'little magazine', a world where now-famous authors are first ... Learn More
  10. A BOOK I VALUE

    A BOOK I VALUE
    Selected Marginalia

    SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
    Edited by H J JACKSON
    £12.50

    Coleridge was a remarkably shrewd but at the same time a remarkably charitable reader, and marginalia represented an unintimidating sort of writing in which he famously excelled (often in books borrow... Learn More

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