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Towards a New Confessionalism: Elizabeth Jennings and Sylvia Plath
(Cambridge University Press, 2011)
Due to their self-disclosing manner, both Elizabeth Jennings (1926-2001) and Sylvia Plath (1932-63) have been labelled ‘confessional’ yet have markedly different life experiences and profiles in literary and popular ...
Mark Z. Danielewski
(Manchester University Press, 2011)
Towards a New Literary Humanism
Literature cultivates 'deep selves' for whom books matter because they take over from religion fundamental questions about the meaning of existence. This volume embraces and questions this perspective, whilst also developing ...
Namibia’s Brave Gladiators
Namibia’s Brave Gladiators: Gendering the Sport and Development Nexus From the Second World Women and Sport Conference 1998 to Women’s World Cup 2011 A well-established multi-disciplinary body of literature has analysed ...
The Immediate legacy of Pat Smythe: The pony-mad teenager in 1950s and 1960s Britain.
(MMU Institute for Performance Research, 2011)
The chapter focuses on the life of Britain's Pat Smythe (22 November 1928-27 February 1996) particularly her autobiographical writing. It argues that her dominance as a national championship winner, and international ...
Three Cups: The Anatomy of a Wasted Afternoon
Emmanuel Levinas wrote in his Nine Talmudic Readings that the café is, “a place of casual social intercourse, without mutual responsibility. One goes in not needing to. One sits down without being tired. One drinks without ...
Invariants of links in 3-Manifolds and splitting problem of textile structures.
(World Scientific, 2011)
(Cinnamon Press, 2011-11)
Josiah Wedgwood (1730-95)