British and Irish Literature and Its Times: Celtic Migrations to the Reform Bill (Beginnings - 1830s), Volume 1
World Literature and Its Times helps students and researchers make connections between the political/social climate during which books were written and the works themselves. Each World Literature and Its Times volume focuses on major fiction, poetry and nonfiction from a particular country or region, presenting approximately 50 works in detailed essays running approximately 10 pages. The series is planned to conclude at 12 volumes which will be released at 6-month intervals beginning June 1999. Future volumes will cover Russian, Jewish, Spanish, Asian, French, Middle Eastern, Italian, Indian and German literatures.
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