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    Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture: Series Number 108: Gerard Manley Hopkins and the Poetry of Religious Experience

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    This nuanced yet accessible study is the first to examine the range of religious experience imagined in Hopkins' writing. By exploring the shifting way in which Hopkins imagines religious belief in individual history, Martin Dubois contests established views of his poetry as a unified project.

    Campo Santo

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    A collection of essays by W G Sebald, which provide insight into the themes that came to dominate his life. It also includes four pieces that pay tribute to Corsica, weaving elegiacally between past and present.

    Can Jane Eyre Be Happy?: More Puzzles in Classic Fiction

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    A new edition of the brilliant literary puzzle sequel, exploring conundrums in classic fiction

    Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction

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    Caryl Phillips

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    Helen Thomas examines the ways in which Caryl Phillips responds both creatively and critically to the psychological effects of cultural dispersal, racism and economic exploitation in the black Atlantic.

    Cathay: Ezra Pound's Orient

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    Chapters into Verse: A Selection of Poetry in English Inspired by the Bible from Genesis through Revelation

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    This abridged one-volume edition collects poetry from the original two volumes of Chapters into Verse to survey the literary legacy of the Scriptures from the fourteenth century to the present.

    Charles Baudelaire: A Lyric Poet in the Era of High Capitalism

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    Charles Dickens and Georgina Hogarth: A Curious and Enduring Relationship

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    Tells the remarkable story of Charles Dickens' relationship with his sister-in-law, his 'best and truest friend' Georgina Hogarth, who came to live with the Dickenses aged fifteen, and continued to live with Charles after they divorced. -- .

    Charles Dickens: But for you, dear stranger

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    Dickens's first concern in all his fiction is with people's feelings and their imaginations. This book takes a personal approach to Dickens's art, paying attention to what magnetizes Federico or strikes her as newly relevant to our own world, and to her life, as she explores what Dickens' works are emotionally about.

    Charlotte Bronte: A Life

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    Raised motherless on remote Yorkshire moors, watching five beloved siblings sicken and die, haunted by unrequited love: Charlotte Bronte's life has all the drama and tragedy of the great Gothic novels it inspired. This book presents an illuminating account of one of our best-loved novelists.

    Charlotte Bronte: A Passionate Life

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    * From the highly acclaimed author of Vindication: A Life of Mary Wollstonecraft comes this extraordinary analysis of Charlotte Bronte

    Chaucer: Brief Lives

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    Geoffrey Chaucer has some claim to being the greatest poet in the English language. He knew at first hand the most powerful people in the country and, as the king's servant; Yet even in this crowded life he found time and opportunity to write some of the finest poems in the language.

    Chaucer's Italy

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    Much writing on Chaucer depicts a misleadingly parochial figure, but as Owen's enlightening short study of Chaucer's Italian years makes clear, the poet's life was internationally eventful. The consequences have made the English canon what it is today.

    Child in British Literature: Literary Constructions of Childhood, Medieval to Contemporary

    £40.49 £44.99
    The first volume to consider childhood over eight centuries of British writing, this book traces the literary child from medieval to contemporary texts. Written by international experts, the volume's essays challenge earlier readings of childhood and offer fascinating contributions to the current upsurge of interest in constructions of childhood.

    Child of One's Own: Parental Stories

    £30.14 £33.49
    A fascinating study examining the diversities and novelties of contemporary parenthood in the light of a range of literary and philosophical works ranging from Greek tragedies to contemporary psychoanalytic theory by way of diverse writers from the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries.

    Child that Books Built

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    A memoir about how, what and why we read as children.' Nick Hornby, Guardian Books of the Year 'Parents, non-parents, ex-children, anyone who reads or ever read children's books - read this.

    Childhood in Edwardian Fiction: Worlds Enough and Time

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    The first book-length look at childhood in Edwardian fiction, this book challenges assumptions that the Edwardian period was simply a continuation of the Victorian or the start of the Modern. Exploring both classics and popular fiction, the authors provide a a compelling picture of the Edwardian fictional cult of childhood.

    Children's Literature

    £23.39 £25.99
    This invaluable Guide surveys the key critical works and debates in the vibrant field of children's literature since its inception. Leading expert Pat Pinsent combines a chronological overview of developments in the genre with analysis of key theorists and theories, and subject-specific methodologies.

    Children's Writers' & Artists' Yearbook 2023

    £22.50 £25.00

    China Mieville: Critical Essays

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    Chroma: A Book of Colour - June '93

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    A poetic, passionate and intensely personal exploration of colour written during the final year of Derek Jarman's life -- with a new introduction by Ali Smith. In Chroma, his most poetic and lyrical book, Derek Jarman explores the uses of colour.

    Chronicles of a Cairo Bookseller

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    The warm and winning story of opening a modern bookstore where there were none, Chronicles of a Cairo Bookseller recounts Nadia Wassef's troubles and triumphs as a founder and manager of Cairo-based Diwan

    Circulation of Poetry in Manuscript in Early Modern England

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    This study examines the transmission and compilation of poetic texts through manuscripts from the late-Elizabethan era through the mid-seventeenth century, paying attention to the distinctive material, social, and literary features of these documents.

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