From Sight through to In-Sight

Time, Narrative and Subjectivity in Conrad and Ford

Omar Sabbagh

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€67,00
$82.00
ISBN13: 
9789042037823
Publication Date: 
January 2014
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xlv, 232 pp.
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0165-9618
Volume: 
201

Anne Mounic

Here is presented an existential view of Graves’ poetic, historical, and critical work, whose coherence is being emphasized. Graves’ poetic outlook is first of all ethical and his aesthetics are subservient to his aim of transforming the emotion into existential thought in order to live on, to...
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192
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042034501
Publication date: 
January 2012
€77,00
$96.00

Jeffrey Herlihy

Alongside a liberating treatment of the English language, Ernest Hemingway realized some often overlooked innovations in multicultural subject matter. In six of the seven novels published during his lifetime, the protagonist is abroad, bilingual, and bicultural—and these archetypes have...
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191
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042034099
Publication date: 
January 2011
€56,00
$69.00

Sven Cvek

This volume offers a critical analysis of a segment of American literary production surrounding the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States. While focusing on the writing of Jonathan Safran Foer, Art Spiegelman, Don DeLillo, and Thomas Pynchon, the author locates this work within a larger...
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Volume: 
190
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042033788
Publication date: 
January 2011
€73,00
$90.00

Eugenio Suárez-Galbán

Books studying the presence of Spain in American literature, and the possible influence of Spain and its literature on American authors, are still rare. In 1955 appeared a pioneer work in this field – Stanley T. Williams’ The Spanish Background of American Literature. But that book went no...
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Volume: 
189
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Hardback
ISBN: 
9789042033498
Publication date: 
January 2011
€110,00
$137.00

Mónica Calvo-Pascual

In the 1950s prolific U.S. fiction writer Stephen Marlowe became a cult author for lovers of noir fiction mainly for his Drumbeat series, which present his best-known character: private eye Chester Drum. Yet, the academia never paid much attention to his multifaceted, extensive oeuvre. Chaos and...
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Volume: 
188
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042033016
Publication date: 
January 2011
€58,00
$72.00

Denice Turner

Writing the Heavenly Frontier celebrates the early voices of the air as it examines the sky as a metaphorical and political landscape. While flight histories usually focus on the physical dangers of early aviation, this book introduces the figurative liabilities of ascension. Early pilot-writers...
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187
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042032965
Publication date: 
January 2011
€61,00
$77.00

Joel Gwynne

This retrospective study examines short fiction in the context of stylistic tradition in New Zealand’s literary history. By exploring the extent to which the major exponents of twentieth-century short fiction extend the traditions of realism and impressionism as initiated by Katherine Mansfield...
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Volume: 
186
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042031845
Publication date: 
January 2010
€77,00
$96.00

Judy A. Hayden

Of Love and War: The Political Voice in the Early Plays of Aphra Behn is a study which situates Behn’s early plays within their historical and political context. Behn (c.1640-1689), the first professional female playwright in England, is a fascinating study, having traveled to Surinam as a young...
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Volume: 
185
Format: 
Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042031722
Publication date: 
January 2010
€84,00
$104.00

Andreas Gaile

Peter Carey is one of the most richly awarded and critically acclaimed novelists of the present day. Most of his fictions relate to questions of Australian history and identity. Rewriting History argues that taken together Carey’s novels make up a fictional biography of Australia. The reading...
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184
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042030701
Publication date: 
January 2010
€96,00
$118.00

Edward A. Hagan

Goodbye Yeats and O’Neill is a reading of one or two books recently written by the following major authors: Roddy Doyle, Colm Tóibín, John McGahern, William Trevor, Seamus Deane, Nuala O’Faolain, Patrick McCabe, Colum McCann, Nick Laird, Gerry Adams, Claire Boylan, Frank McCourt, Tim O’Brien,...
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Volume: 
183
Format: 
Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042029934
Publication date: 
January 2010
€90,00
$112.00

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