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
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201

Elke D’hoker

Visions of Alterity: Representation in the Works of John Banville offers detailed and original readings of the work of the Irish author John Banville, one of the foremost figures in contemporary European literature. It investigates one of the fundamental concerns of Banville’s novels: mediating...
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151
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ISBN: 
9789042016712
Publication date: 
January 2004
€67,00
$82.00

Edited by Hans Bak

Uneasy Alliance illuminates the recent search in literary studies for a new interface between textual and contextual readings. Written in tribute to G.A.M. Janssens, the twenty-one essays in the volume exemplify a renewed awareness of the paradoxical nature of literary texts both as works of...
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Volume: 
150
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042016118
Publication date: 
January 2004
€97,00
$120.00

R.J. Ellis

Addressed to all readers of Our Nig, from professional scholars of African American writing through to a more general readership, this book explores both Our Nig’s key cultural contexts and its historical and literary significance as a narrative....
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149
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042011571
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January 2003
€62,00
$78.00

Edited by C.P. Biggam

From Earth to Art presents papers from the ‘Early Medieval Plant Studies’ symposium, a meeting designed to explore the various disciplines which could help to elucidate the plant-names of Anglo-Saxon England, many of which are not understood. The range of disciplines represented includes...
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Volume: 
148
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ISBN: 
9789042008076
Publication date: 
January 2003
€55,80
$68.40
€93,00
$114.00

Edited by Theo D’haen, Peter Liebregts and Wim Tigges assisted by Colin Ewen

Configuring Romanticism focuses on the ways in which “Romanticism” continues to change shape in light of new discoveries, new readings, new approaches. To this end, some essays here gathered offer novel interpretations of Romantic “classics” such as Wordsworth, Blake, and Southey, or discuss the...
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Volume: 
147
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042010550
Publication date: 
January 2003
€79,00
$98.00

Lynn Wells

Allegories of Telling: Self-Referential Narrative in Contemporary British Fiction has as its founding premise Ross Chambers’s notion that “one of the important powers of fiction is its power to theorize the act of storytelling in and through the act of storytelling.” In this critical study, Lynn...
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Volume: 
146
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ISBN: 
9789042011144
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January 2003
€51,00
$63.00

Zenón Luis-Martínez

Departing from earlier studies which regarded incest as a literary topos or dramatic metaphor foregrounding political, social, or legal issues, Words and Deeds: The Spectacle of Incest in English Renaissance Tragedy argues that the presence of incest on the Renaissance stage is a strategy for...
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Volume: 
145
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042008441
Publication date: 
January 2002
€73,00
$90.00

Edited by Erik Kooper

After the success of the first international conference on the medieval chronicle, it was decided that another would be in place. It was held in the summer of 1999, and again drew some 150 participants. There are several reasons why the chronicle is particularly suited as the topic of an...
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Volume: 
144
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042008342
Publication date: 
January 2002
€73,00
$90.00

Antonina Harbus

Ideas about the human mind are culturally specific and over time vary in form and prominence. The Life of the Mind in Old English Poetry presents the first extensive exploration of Anglo-Saxon beliefs about the mind and how these views informed Old English poetry. It identifies in this poetry a...
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Volume: 
143
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042008144
Publication date: 
January 2002
€59,00
$73.00

Raphaël Ingelbien

In Misreading England: Poetry and Nationhood Since the Second World War, Raphaël Ingelbien examines how issues of nationhood have affected the works and the reception of several English and Irish poets – Philip Larkin, Ted Hughes, Geoffrey Hill and Seamus Heaney. This study explores the...
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Volume: 
142
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Paperback
ISBN: 
9789042011236
Publication date: 
January 2002
€40,20
$49.20
€67,00
$82.00

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