Reader's Guide to Literature in English

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Mark Hawkins-Dady
Taylor & Francis, Jun 13, 1996 - Literary Criticism - 970 pages
The 600-plus entries in the Reader's Guide to Literature in English provide the student, teacher, researcher, and librarian with surveys of the critical literature about the major writers and movements, genres and idioms, literary theories, historical eras, and regional traditions within the whole range of literature written in English from Anglo-Saxon times to the current American, British, and Commonwealth New Literatures scene. Written by an international team of scholars and critics, the Reader's Guide to Literature in English is a unique single volume offering highly informed evaluations of the major criticism on the most discussed writers and topics in the literature of the English language. The coverage is completed with indexes of authors, critics, works of criticism, and a special "subject finder's" thematic index.

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