Books by Publisher: Northcote House Publishers Ltd

    Beryl Bainbridge

    By Huw Marsh

    Paperback £12.20

    This study analyses Bainbridge's work in relation to some of the pressing debates in post-war literary studies.

    Beryl Bainbridge

    By Huw Marsh

    Hardback £32.46

    Beryl Bainbridge is one of Britain s major post-war novelists. This study analyses Bainbridge s work in relation to some of the pressing debates in post-war literary studies. It frames Bainbridge s work within her life and times, describing her unique approach to fictionalising her own past and Britain s...

    George Meredith

    By Jacqueline Banerjee

    Paperback Save £2.74 = £10.25

    This study focuses on the work of George Meredith, putting them in context to show how innovatively this versatile writer shaped and reshaped his material, and how powerfully his inimitable voice still resonates with and challenges us in the twenty first century.

    Pre-Romantic Poetry

    By Quinn

    Paperback Save £0.79 = £12.20

    Pre-Romantic Poetry questions existing approaches to eighteenth- and nineteenth-century writing, and to period-based study more generally.

    Children's Literature

    By Kimberley Reynolds

    Paperback Save £0.09 = £16.90

    A volume in the Writers and Their Work series, which draws upon recent thinking in English studies to introduce writers and their contexts.

    Norman MacCaig

    By Alasdair D. F. Macrae

    Paperback Save £2.74 = £10.25

    This study locates Norman MacCaig in his literary and social contexts and presents his work according to its major emphases.

    Margaret Atwood

    By Marion Wynne-Davies

    Paperback Save £0.79 = £12.20

    This book offers a comprehensive overview of Margaret Atwood's poetry, novels, shorter fiction, children's books, criticism and experimental multi-genre work.

    Brian Friel

    By Geraldine Higgins

    Paperback Save £0.79 = £12.20

    This book offers a critical examination of Friel's dramatic writing both within the context of Irish storytelling and considering his crucial position as a writer from the north of Ireland negotiating between the responsibilities of art and the demands of violent conflict.

    The Imagist Poets

    By Andrew Thacker

    Paperback Save £2.74 = £10.25

    The Imagist Poets revises the received view of Imagism by drawing upon current re-readings of modernism in terms of gender and sexuality, cultural geography, and the idea of literary institutions and formations.

    Angela Carter

    By Lorna Sage

    Paperback Save £0.29 = £10.70

    Lorna Sage's authoritative study explores the roots of Carter's originality, covering all of her novels as well as some short stories and non-fiction.

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