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Onuora Ossie Enekwe By GMT Emezue [Ed.]
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Edited by Nigerian literary scholar GMT Emezue, this Critical Supplement is the first comprehensive and trans national critique of the works of Nigerian poet and prose fiction writer, Onuora Ossie... More > Enekwe.< Less
Tom and I and 5 essays By Andrew Shaw-Kitch
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A homeless man enlists a college literature student to help write his autobiography, to capture his accomplishments, failures and experiences before he forgets them. The process of forgetting and... More > trying to tell the story comes to the forefront and overwhelms both author and subject, interviewer and interviewed, and the prescient realities complicate and conspire against the narrative. The book becomes the evidence of a failed project, the catalogue of the inability to relate oneself to anyone else Included in this edition are 5 essays written by Andrew Shaw-Kitch, commissioned by a friend, on and about Andrew Shaw-Kitch. The essays—personal, critical, biographical, theoretical—written during the same summer of 2007 tell a concurrent story of a writer's literary thinking in the moment of composing a work.< Less
The mathematics of irony By Weurther Heckslin-Smyth
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Ever wanted to write a play like Hamlet or Othello? This book explains how to do it by analysing Shakespeare's plays to find a deep structure that is extremely simple that is repeated within his... More > works. This book shows you the key to writing works like the bard which when understood gives an understanding why irony exists in the world using an analytical approach. There is a mathematical explanation of how to build a narrative of this quality that any reader with basic mathematical education can interpret and work from.< Less
The mathematics of irony By Weurther Heckslin-Smyth
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Ever wanted to write a play like Hamlet or Othello? This book explains how to do it by analysing Shakespeare's plays to find a deep structure that is extremely simple that is repeated within his... More > works. This book shows you the key to writing works like the bard which when understood gives an understanding why irony exists in the world using an analytical approach. There is a mathematical explanation of how to build a narrative of this quality that any reader with basic mathematical education can interpret and work from.< Less
Chiasma: A Site For Thought Issue #4 By Various Authors
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Chiasma: A Site for Thought was established in September 2013 as an annual, double-anonymous, peer-reviewed journal for the generation and dispersion of theory. While recognizing ‘theory’... More > as a pursuit born of the crossing of continental philosophy, social and political theory, literary criticism, media studies, and cultural studies, Chiasma: A Site for Thought places emphasis on those genetic moments that displace theory from its history, without abandoning it to an auxiliary position between disciplines. The journal therefore aims at the affirmation of theory’s own powers to recombine and mutate the societal, historical, and academic coordinates from which it comes.< Less
pacific REVIEW 2010 By William Nericcio
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The 2010 edition of pacificREVIEW is now available. Edited by Joseph Robinson Borland and Lindsey Messner and designed by Guillermo Nericcio García, it features work by: Shari Wyly Don... More > Thompson John F. Buckley Tara Mantel Joshua Ware Philip Kobylarz Lyzette Wanzer Toni L. Wilkes Jeffrey C. Alfier Kelly Talbot Adam Lilienthal Marina Blokker Catherine McGuire Darrel Epp Sam J. Miller Francine Witte Don Thompson Stephen Gutierrez Bruce Lader 2SickBastards Eric C. Lyden Daniel Austin Warren Leon Lanzbom Helene Constant Kristina Cazares & Brook Barman< Less
pacific REVIEW 2010 By William Nericcio
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The 2010 edition of pacificREVIEW is now available. Edited by Joseph Robinson Borland and Lindsey Messner and designed by Guillermo Nericcio García, it features work by: Shari Wyly Don... More > Thompson John F. Buckley Tara Mantel Joshua Ware Philip Kobylarz Lyzette Wanzer Toni L. Wilkes Jeffrey C. Alfier Kelly Talbot Adam Lilienthal Marina Blokker Catherine McGuire Darrel Epp Sam J. Miller Francine Witte Don Thompson Stephen Gutierrez Bruce Lader 2SickBastards Eric C. Lyden Daniel Austin Warren Leon Lanzbom Helene Constant Kristina Cazares & Brook Barman< Less
Eight Hamlets By David Bishop
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The study of the humanities today cries out for revolutionary change. Pickled in jargon and preaching to the choir, so-called Theory floats free of practice. Specialists enmeshed in esoteric... More > superfluities fiddle with abandon while Rome burns. Literature becomes the alleged possession of an ever-shrinking coterie, until it dries up and blows away. To bring the news of great art, and thought, to the public should be the central purpose of education. To bring great works to life, to show their vital relevance to our brief term on earth, to excite, to challenge, to expand the mind, touch the heart and feed the soul, to connect with other human beings, close to home and at the ends of the earth: this is progress, and progress is possible. This book proposes a direction of progress in the understanding of Hamlet, by examining the interpretations of Bradley, Goddard, Jenkins, Cavell, Bloom, Greenblatt and Garber. The eighth Hamlet, the point of view I compare with the others’, is mine.< Less
Eight Hamlets By David Bishop
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The study of the humanities today cries out for revolutionary change. Pickled in jargon and preaching to the choir, so-called Theory floats free of practice. Specialists enmeshed in esoteric... More > superfluities fiddle with abandon while Rome burns. Literature becomes the alleged possession of an ever-shrinking coterie, until it dries up and blows away. To bring the news of great art, and thought, to the public should be the central purpose of education. To bring great works to life, to show their vital relevance to our brief term on earth, to excite, to challenge, to expand the mind, touch the heart and feed the soul, to connect with other human beings, close to home and at the ends of the earth: this is progress, and progress is possible. This book proposes a direction of progress in the understanding of Hamlet, by examining the interpretations of Bradley, Goddard, Jenkins, Cavell, Bloom, Greenblatt and Garber. The eighth Hamlet, the point of view I compare with the others’, is mine.< Less
The Sword in the Mouth By Caryl Johnston
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A collection of literary essays,reviews and letters from 1996-2006 defending the traditional basis of Western culture -- liberty of thought grounded in the moral law.

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