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Satire, Celebrity, and Politics in Jane Austen

Harris, Jocelyn.
(2017)  | 9781611488395 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 388pp | Availability last checked: 21/11/2017
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In Satire, Celebrity, and Politics in Jane Austen, Jocelyn Harris argues thatJane Austen was a satirist, a celebrity-watcher, and a keen political observer.In Mansfield Park, she appears to base Fanny Price on Fanny Burney, criticizethe royal heir as unfit to rule, and expose Susan Burney’s cruel...

Minds in Motion: Imagining Empiricism in Eighteenth-Century British Travel Literature

Thell, Anne M.
(2017)  | 9781611488272 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 286pp | Availability last checked: 20/12/2017
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The central claim of Minds in Motion is that British travel writing of the longeighteenth century functions as an epistemological playing field where authorstest empiricist models of engagement with the world while simultaneously seekingout the role of the self and the imagination in producing knowledge....

Effeminate Years: Literature, Politics, and Aesthetics in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Britain

Kavanagh, Declan.
(2017)  | 9781611488241 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 268pp | Availability last checked: 21/11/2017
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Effeminate Years: Literature, Politics, and Aesthetics in Mid-Eighteenth-CenturyBritain investigates the gendered, eroticized, and xenophobic ways in which thecontroversies in the 1760s surrounding the political figure John Wilkes(1725-97) legitimated some men as political subjects, while forcefully...

Elizabeth Bishop's Prosaic

Ravinthiran, Vidyan.
(2017)  | 9781611486834 | Bucknell University Press | pbk. | book | 278pp | Availability last checked: 21/11/2017
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Elizabeth Bishop is now recognized as one of the greatest poets of the twentiethcentury—a uniquely cosmopolitan writer with connections to the US, Canada,Brazil, and also the UK, given her neglected borrowings from many Englishauthors, and her strong influence on modern British verse. Yet the dominantbiographical/psychoanalytical...

Hospitality in a Time of Terror: Strangers at the Gate

BALFOUR, Lindsay Ann. Balfour, Lindsay Anne.
(2017)  | 9781611488487 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 176pp | Availability last checked: 9/12/2017
AUD 136.95 (inc. GST), AUD 124.50 (ex. GST),
Hospitality in a Time of Terror: Strangers at the Gate offers a reading ofhospitality that suggests the encounter with strangers is at the core ofcultural production and culture itself in the aftermath of the terrorist attacksof September 11, 2001. It documents the significance of hospitality after...

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George oppen : the words in action.

(2018)  | 9781611487510 | Bucknell University Press | pbk. | book | 232pp
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George Oppen's standing in American poetry has never been greater. Yet despite the mass of critical writing since his death in 1984, the essential basis of the verse--the words on the page and their acoustics--has rarely been the subject of discussion. In this book therefore Richard Swigg breaks away...

Syncing the Americas: José Martí and the Shaping of National Identity

Schwarzmann, Georg Michael. Spangler, Ryan Anthony.
(2017)  | 9781611488517 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 298pp | Availability last checked: 14/1/2018
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The essays in this collection reflect two of Martí’s key observations duringhis time in the United States: first, how did he, an exile living in New York,view and read his North American neighbors from a sociocultural, political andliterary perspective? Second, how did his perception of the modern...

Jane Austen and Masculinity

Kramp, Michael.
(2017)  | 9781611488661 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 318pp | Availability last checked: 14/1/2018
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Jane Austen and Masculinity is an eclectic collection of contemporaryscholarship addressing the representation of men and masculinity in the fictionand popular adaptations of Austen. This anthology includes work by a variety ofesteemed and emergent Austen scholars from around the world who engage in...

The Internationalization of Intellectual Exchange in a Globalizing Europe, 1636–1780

BOTS, B. R. E. MANKIN, Bour. , Mankin, Robert.
(2017)  | 9781611487886 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 292pp | Availability last checked: 14/1/2018
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This books attends to what in French, since the 1980s, has been called thepasseur, the figure of the intellectual, mediator, translator or journalist, whois also a socialized being in the world. The volume sets out from biographicalcontexts in such a way that the work as a whole is offered as a gallery...

British Romanticism and the Literature of Human Interest

Cheng, Mai-Lin.
(2017)  | 9781611488685 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 206pp | Availability last checked: 14/1/2018
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British Romanticism and the Literature of Human Interest explores the importanceto Romantic literature of a concept of human interest. It examines a range ofliterary experiments to engage readers through subjects and styles that were atonce "interesting" and that, in principle, were in their "interest."...

Citizens of Memory: Affect, Representation, and Human Rights in Postdictatorship Argentina

Tandeciarz, Silvia R.
(2017)  | 9781611488456 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 352pp | Availability last checked: 20/12/2017
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Citizens of Memory explores efforts at recollection in post-dictatorshipArgentina and the hoped-for futures they set in motion. The material, visual,narrative, and pedagogical interventions it analyzes address the dark years ofstate repression (1976-1983) while engaging ongoing debates about how thistraumatic...

Don Quixote: The Re-accentuation of the World’s Greatest Literary Hero

Gratchev, Slav N. Mancing, Howard.
(2017)  | 9781611488579 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 308pp | Availability last checked: 2/12/2017
AUD 156.95 (inc. GST), AUD 142.68 (ex. GST),
This book is a unique scholarly attempt to examine Don Quixote from multipleangles to see how the re-accentuation of the world’s greatest literary herotakes place in film, theatre, and literature. To accomplish this task, eighteenscholars from the USA, Canada, Spain, and Great Britain have come together,...

A Pedagogy of Observation: Nineteenth-Century Panoramas, German Literature, and Reading Culture

BYRD, Vance.
(2017)  | 9781611488548 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 218pp | Availability last checked: 20/12/2017
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A Pedagogy of Observation argues that the fascination with learning about thepast and new locations in panoramic form spread far from the traditional sitesof popular entertainment and amusement. Although painted panoramas captivatedaudiences from Hamburg to Leipzig and Berlin to Vienna, relatively few...

Hospitality in a Time of Terror: Strangers at the Gate

BALFOUR, Lindsay Ann. Balfour, Lindsay Anne.
(2017)  | 9781611488487 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 176pp | Availability last checked: 9/12/2017
AUD 136.95 (inc. GST), AUD 124.50 (ex. GST),
Hospitality in a Time of Terror: Strangers at the Gate offers a reading ofhospitality that suggests the encounter with strangers is at the core ofcultural production and culture itself in the aftermath of the terrorist attacksof September 11, 2001. It documents the significance of hospitality after...

Menials: Domestic Service and the Cultural Transformation of British Society, 1650–1850

BOOKER, Kristina.
(2017)  | 9781611488609 | Bucknell University Press | hbk. | book | 208pp | Availability last checked: 23/12/2017
AUD 148.95 (inc. GST), AUD 135.41 (ex. GST),
Menials argues that British writers of the long-eighteenth century projectedtheir era’s economic and social anxieties onto domestic servants. Confrontingthe emergence of controversial principles like self-interest, emulation, andluxury, writers from Eliza Haywood, Daniel Defoe, and Samuel Richardson...

 

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