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    Authors in Context: Oscar Wilde

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    Autobiographical Discourses

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    This work explores the significance of the genre of autobiography. Drawing on a range of writings, both literary and theoretical the text shows how biography and autobiography have been crucial in debates over subject and object, public and private - debates now figured in feminist theory.


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    If every writer necessarily draws on their own life, is any writing outside the realm of 'autobiography'? This guide includes developments in autobiographical criticism, highlighting major theoretical issues and concepts different forms of the genre. It offers an introduction to the study of a fascinating genre.


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    J. S. Mill was the greatest British philosopher of the nineteenth century. Mill's purpose in writing his Autobiography was to set down his own struggle for individuality, and vindicate his life to himself and others.

    Autobiography of Mark Twain Volume 3

    £34.20 £38.00
    Chronicles Twain's inner and outer life through a series of daily dictations that go wherever his fancy leads. This book deals with his life and work.

    Away - the Indian Writer as an Expatriate

    £32.39 £35.99
    This book brings together great writing by figures from South Asia who give voice to the experience of the exile and the emigrant. The list of contributors also includes Hanif Kureishi, Rohinton Mistry, Meera Syal, and others.

    B: A Year in Plagues and Pencils

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    Author and illustrator Edward Carey presents a paean to connection at a time of isolation: a year of daily lockdown drawings posted on social media from his home in Texas.

    Bakhtin and Cultural Theory 2ed

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    Contributors with a wide range of interests assess Mikhail Bakhtin's contribution to issues of colonialism, feminism, reception theory and theories of the body. This second edition takes advatage of new material on Bakhtin available after perestroika.

    Bakhtin Circle: In the Master's Absence

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    This book is a collection of essays on the most important figures associated with the Bakhtin Circle. It offers new biographical material, valuable translations of important Russian texts, a timeline and extensive bibliographical references.

    Banned Books

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    Basic Elements of Narrative: What's the Story?

    £26.06 £28.95
    Basic Elements of Narrative outlines a way of thinking about what narrative is and how to identify its basic elements across various media, introducing key concepts developed by previous theorists and contributing original ideas to the growing body of scholarship on stories.

    Basil Bunting on Poetry

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    Throughout, editor Peter Makin expands upon and annotates the lectures with additional comments drawn from Bunting's writings.

    Beat Atlas

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    Beat Atlas is the ultimate tour guide for those interested in the Beats and their travels "on the road."

    Beat Generation

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    This absorbing guide introduces the work of 'the Beats', assessing the lives which inspired their semi-autobiographical writing, and examining their monumental influence upon modern popular culture.

    Beat Generation

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    In Search of the Beats: Were they angel-headed hipsters, dope smoking dropouts or the most exciting group of writers in postwar American literature? Their stories of drugs, sex and the search for an alternative to 'squaresville' have cornered the market in cult literature, remaining hip even while being taught on university courses and...

    Because I am a Girl

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    A collection of writings about prejudice, abuse, and neglect, but also about courage, resilience and changing attitudes towards girls.

    Becoming a Woman of Letters: Myths of Authorship and Facts of the Victorian Market

    £43.20 £48.00
    During the nineteenth century, women authors for the first time achieved professional status, secure income, and public fame. This book examines the various ways women writers negotiated the market realities of authorship, and looks at the myths and models women writers constructed to elevate their place in the profession.

    Bede and the Theory of Everything

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    An investigation of the life and world of Bede, 'the father of English history'.

    Beginning Ethnic American Literatures

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    This text is designed to introduce students not only to ethnic American writers, but also to the cultural contexts and literary traditions in which their work is situated, with sections on African American, Asian American, Chicano/a and native American literature.

    Beginning Modernism

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    Beginning Postmodernism 2ed

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    This second edition of Beginning postmodernism offers clear, accessible and step-by-step introductions to postmodernism across a wide range of subjects.

    Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory 4ed

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    A beautiful new edition of Edward Said's classic which argues that a beginning is different from (and preferable to) an origin, because a beginning can be chosen and an origin can only be acknowledged

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