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The Complete Review: Eleven Years, 2500 Reviews - A Site History By M.A. Orthofer
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A Site History of the Complete Review (www.complete-review.com) and its Literary Saloon, with commentary on diverse and sundry related matters. Online since 1999, the Complete Review is a leading... More > online resource for information about international literature, with over 2500 titles under review. This volume presents the history of and chronicles the changes at the site over the past decade, and in online literary coverage over that same period. Includes twelve representative reviews from the site, and a Literary Saloon dialogue.< Less
The Complete Review: Eleven Years, 2500 Reviews - A Site History By M.A. Orthofer
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A Site History of the Complete Review (www.complete-review.com) and its Literary Saloon, with commentary on diverse and sundry related matters. Online since 1999, the Complete Review is a leading... More > online resource for information about international literature, with over 2500 titles under review. This volume presents the history of and chronicles the changes at the site over the past decade, and in online literary coverage over that same period. Includes twelve representative reviews from the site, and a Literary Saloon dialogue.< Less
William Wordsworth: Lyrical Ballads (1798) By Richard Gravil
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This book places Wordsworth's revolutionary poetic practice, in Lyrical Ballads, in the context of a revolutionary age. It considers Wordsworth's provocative theories of how poetry should work, and... More > includes a treatment of the famous 'Preface' to Lyrical Ballads, one of the great poetic manifestos. The main part of the book offers illuminating commentary and questions on the poems, designed to encourage readers to accept Wordsworth's invitation to 'wrestle' with the author. A final section discusses contemporary, Victorian and recent critical approaches to Wordsworth and includes an annotated guide to further reading. Richard Gravil's books include Romantic Dialogues: Anglo-American Continuities, 1776-1862 (Palgrave 2000), Wordsworth’s Bardic Vocation, 1787-1842 (Palgrave 2003) And Wordsworth and Helen Maria Williams; or, the Perils of Sensibility (2010), all now available from Lulu. He is also co-editor of the monumental Oxford Handbook of William Wordsworth (2015).< Less
For Writers by Writers By Luis Carlos Molina Acevedo
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FOR WRITERS BY WRITERS is a dialogue of many voices to establish the essence of the art of literary writing. Renowned writers of world literature give their views point on the art of writing. Each... More > voice is articulated in a continuous discourse, led by the author, as if it was said by a single narrator. For Writers by Writers is presented as a practical guide for the new writer. From the experience of established writers, they are given advice to enter this fascinating world of literature. Each recommendation for experts and non-experts, will allow them to become good writers, and if they don’t reach this, at least they become good readers. Then, they fully enjoy their readings, because now they read like writers.< Less
For Writers by Writers By Luis Carlos Molina Acevedo
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FOR WRITERS BY WRITERS is a dialogue of many voices to establish the essence of the art of literary writing. Renowned writers of world literature give their views point on the art of writing. Each... More > voice is articulated in a continuous discourse, led by the author, as if it was said by a single narrator. For Writers by Writers is presented as a practical guide for the new writer. From the experience of established writers, they are given advice to enter this fascinating world of literature. Each recommendation for experts and non-experts, will allow them to become good writers, and if they don’t reach this, at least they become good readers. Then, they fully enjoy their readings, because now they read like writers.< Less
The Awkward Age By Henry James
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Nanda Brookenham is 'coming out' in London society. Thrust suddenly into the vicious, immoral circle that has gathered round her mother, she even finds herself in competition with Mrs Brookenham for... More > the affection of the man she admires. Light and ironic in its touch, The Awkward Age nevertheless analyzes the English character with great subtlety. The Awkward Age, which has been much praised for its natural dialogue and the delicacy of feeling it conveys, exemplifies Conrad's remark that James 'is never in deep gloom or in violent sunshine. But he feels deeply and vividly every delicate shade.'< Less
The Bensonhurst Review Issue #5 – Ekphrasis By Bensonhurst Review
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The Bensonhurst Review was founded in 2011 with the goal of examining and celebrating art in dialogue with both contemporary and classical forms, movements, and themes. A growing community of... More > directors, writers, poets, painters, actors, dancers, composers and musicians gathers in its pages and at its performances. The 5th issue focuses on the Ekhprasis tradition.< Less
Pride and Prejudice By Jane Austen
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A masterpiece of English literature, Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice follows the life of Elizabeth Bennet as she maneuvers the obstacles of society: manners, morality, education and marriage in... More > early 19th century England. Elizabeth is a classic heroine of that period - she's bright, magnanimous, full of good sense, and she can deliver a verbal lashing while remaining perfectly proper. What better a playing field for drama than a wealthy father with three daughters in 19th century England? It's a battle of the sexes played out in brilliant detail, with unforgettable characters and exceptional dialogue. It has sold more than 20 million copies, and has been on the top of the heap of the best books of all time since its publication.< Less
Shared Lives: Short Stories By Charles A. Taormina
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"SHARED LIVES." This collection of 13 dynamic stories presents the author's most recent short fiction. Tales show variations on lives of a dozen or so couples with complex insights into... More > all of our "shared lives." Fictions include much humor, adult sentiments, love stories sassy and sincere, most in extended scene or "dialogue" treatment. These stories stretch not only our imaginations, but our mind's possibility about what kind of relationships we might have, how our love or intensity about life might become more centered, increased or "fraught with care," in the sense of interacting with real people. Some of the voices, with punchy dialogue and the minimalist prose, seem as if you're in the next room, or overhearing your neighbors from a porch or cafe. The book is a "fast read," but stories stay with you a long time. Professional writing by one of America's literary authors. Worth the effort of discovery!< Less
SHARED LIVES By Charles A. Taormina
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"SHARED LIVES." This collection of 13 dynamic stories presents the author’s most recent short fiction. Tales show variations on lives of a dozen or so couples with complex insights... More > into all of our “shared lives.” Fictions include much humor, adult sentiments, love stories sassy and sincere, most in extended scene or “dialogue” treatment. These stories stretch not only our imaginations, but our mind's possibility about what kind of relationships we might have, how our love or intensity about life might become more centered, increased or "fraught with care," in the sense of interacting with real people. Some of the voices, with punchy dialogue and the minimalist prose, seem as if you're in the next room, or overhearing your neighbors from a porch or cafe. The book is a "fast read," but stories stay with you a long time. Professional writing by one of America’s literary authors. Worth the effort of discovery!< Less

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