"The W. B. and George Yeats Library: A Short-title Catalog" inventories W. B. and George Yeats's personal library and describes many of the poet's annotations and inserted material.
With a title playing on the small book of poems Pound produced for fellow poet Hilda Doolittle (H.D.) while the two were still young, this volume offers a selection of poems influenced by by Pound.
Jeremy Diaper's "T. S. Eliot and Organicism" was reviewed in the May 7, 2019 issue of "The Times Literary Supplement."
Neil Mann offers an authoritative, clear, and straightforward guide to the system of "A Vision," the framework within which W. B. Yeats created many of his most important works.
From the review: "'A Scientific Companion to Robert Frost' will help scholars and students alike see new dimensions in Frost’s poetry."
The purpose of "Granville Bantock: A Guide to Research" is to provide both researchers and British music aficionados an entry to documents, books, articles, recordings, and the like currently available for further study about Bantock’s life and music.
Bacigalupo offers readings of important and neglected writings by Pound and shows how he created an autobiographical myth out of his multifarious experience of Italy.
"Gendered Ecologies" considers the value of interrelationships that exist among human, nonhuman species, and inanimate objects as part of the environment in the work of a diversity of nineteenth-century female writers.
his book addresses W. B. Yeats’s and Rabindranath Tagore’s engagements with identity, nationalism, and the literary and cultural traditions of Ireland and India.
"The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual" strives to be the leading venue for the critical reassessment of Eliot’s life and work in light of the ongoing publication of his letters, critical volumes of his complete prose, the new edition of his complete poems, and the forthcoming critical edition of his plays.
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This volume reprints essays from vol. 3, a special issue guest edited by David Dwan and Emilie Morin titled "Yeats and Mass Communications."
This study of Dos Passos's engagement with cinema provides a new context for and reading of his political reorientation in the 1930s, which ultimately redefined his literary career.
This volume reprints essays on the topic of Shakespeare and the Anthropocene from vol. 13 (2018) for those who would prefer print copies of the journal.
This volume reprints essays on the topic of Close Reading Shakespeare from vol. 12 (2017) for those who would prefer print copies of the journal.
This volume reprints essays on the topic of Fabulous Animals from vol. 11 (2016) for those who would prefer print copies of the journal.
This volume reprints essays on the topic of Queer Milton from vol. 10 (2014) for those who would prefer print copies of the journal.
Volumes 10–13 (2001–2018) are available for the first time via most online retailers and through our online store.
District III is one of the most competitive districts in the country, with universities from North Carolina, Virginia, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida among the contenders.
T. S. Eliot and Organicism demonstrates that one of the twentieth century’s most eminent literary figures should be remembered for his important role in the emergence of the organic husbandry movement and for his contributions to environmental and organic debates.
Donald Pizer’s "Theodore Dreiser Recalled" and Donald Pizer, Lisa Nanney, and Richard Layman's "The Paintings and Drawings of John Dos Passos" garner high praise.
"'Theodore Dreiser Recalled' in a must-read..."