By S. Jayasela Stephen
By S. Jayasela Stephen
By Nora Martin Peterson
Interdisciplinary in its scope, Involuntary Confessions of the Flesh in Early sleek France pairs significant French literary works of the 16th and 17th centuries (by Marguerite de Navarre, Montaigne, Madame de Lafayette) with cultural records (confession manuals, criminal records concerning the software of torture, and courtly handbooks). it's the first research of its type to carry those discourses into thematic (rather than linear or chronological) conversation. In so doing, it emphasizes the shared fight of many various early glossy conversations to come back to phrases with the body's volatility.
By Anita Nair
Note: This e-book is within the Hindi language and has been made to be had for the Kindle, Kindle hearth HD, Kindle Paperwhite, iPhone and iPad, and for iOS, home windows cell and Android devices.
By Jean Viviès
By Peter Ridgway Watt,Joseph Green
By Klaudia Hiu Yen Lee
By Angus Easson
First released in 1979, this ebook seems to be at each element of the existence and paintings of Elizabeth Gaskell, together with her lesser recognized novels and writings — in particular these pertaining to lifestyles within the business north of Victorian England. It indicates how her paintings springs from a tradition and society which pervades all she idea and wrote. a gap bankruptcy explores her faith, tradition, friendships and kinfolk. the foremost works are thought of in flip and historical past fabric correct to the novels’ business scenes is gifted. the method of literary construction is charted in fabric drawn from letters and through exam of the manuscripts. Her brief tales, journalism and letters also are considered.
By Peter Swirski
Peter Swirski appears at American crime fiction as an artform that expresses and displays the social and aesthetic values of its authors and readers. As such he files the manifold ways that such authorship and readership are a question of expert literary selection and never of cultural brainwashing or declining literary criteria. Asking, in impact, a chain of questions on the character of style fiction as artwork, successive chapters examine American crime writers whose careers throw mild at the risks and rewards of nobrow site visitors among renowned varieties and intellectual aesthetics: Dashiell Hammett, John Grisham, William Faulkner, Ernest Hemingway, Raymond Chandler, Ed McBain, Nelson DeMille, and F. Scott Fitzgerald.