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This translation of the saga of the earls of Orkney, with an introduction and explanatory notes, was published in 1873.
Final volume of the seven-volume Cambridge History of the Book in Britain series, focusing on the twentieth century and beyond. The book is for students, scholars and a general audience interested in book history, publishing studies, and the cultural history of Britain in the twentieth century and beyond.
The Romance of the Lantana and Edelweiss Flowers: A Senoufo Ivoirienne and Deutsch Heidelberger in Love
By Ralph Groves
This novel is set in the West African country of Côte d’Ivoire (Ivory Coast). Its tale is about a young Ivoirienne woman of mixed Sénoufo and French ethnicities, suffering alienation in Côte d’Ivoire’s quasi-Western city of Abidjan, though retaining some of her Sénoufo traditions, along with religious and family orientated...
By P.H. Brazier
As a writer and prophet Dostoevsky was no academic theologian, yet his writings are deeply theological: his life, beliefs, even his epilepsy, all had a role in generating his theology and eschatology. Dostoevsky''s novels are riven with paradoxes, are deeply dialectical, and represent a criticism of religion, offered in the...
Big on style, slight on substance: that has been a common charge over the years by critics of John Updike. In fact, however, John Updike is one of the most serious writers of modern times. Myth, as this book shows, unlocks his fictional universe and repeatedly breaks open the powerful...
The first fully annotated, contextualised, and textually authoritative edition of Swift's Irish prose writings from 1726 to 1738.
By Paolo Virno
As speaking animals, we continuously make use of an unassuming grammatical particle, without suspecting that what is at work in its inconspicuousness is a powerful apparatus, which orchestrates language, signification, and the world at large. What particle might this be? The word not. In Essay on Negation, Paol Virno argues...
Friendship as Social Justice Activism brings together academics and activists to have essential conversations about friendship, love, and desire as kinetics for social justice movements. The contributors featured here come from across the globe and are all involved in diverse movements, including LGBTQ rights, intimate-partner violence, addiction recovery, housing, migrant,...