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Literary Studies » Literary Criticism

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The Poet Who Changed the World

Jonathan Bate

Patriotism, Disenchantment and the Stubborn Myth of the Great Gatsby

Greil Marcus

The Woman Writer and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination

Sandra M. Gilbert and Susan Gubar; With an Introduction by...

Existentialism, 70 Years After

Edited by Lauren Du Graf, Julia Elsky, and Clémentine...

A Life in Art

Susan Napier

Dracula, Alice, Superman, and Other Literary Friends

Alberto Manguel

Karl Ove Knausgaard; Translated from the Norwegian by...

Nabokov and the Puzzle of Exile

Azar Nafisi; Translated from the Persian by Lotfali Khonji...

The Man and the Mask

Ivo de Figueiredo; Translated by Robert Ferguson

Savagery and Survival in the Iowa Writers' Workshop

David O. Dowling

And Other Essays

Adam Kirsch

Venereal Disease in the Eighteenth-Century Imagination

Noelle Gallagher

The Construction of a National Vernacular Literature in the Renaissance: Essays in Honor of Edwin M. Duval

Edited by Jessica DeVos and Bruce Hayes

A New History

Nick Groom

Why Violent Times Need Ancient Greek Myths

Emily Katz Anhalt

Patti Smith

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