Literature, Poetry & Plays.
202 Very Short Stories and a Bit of Poetry: Words through time and places
by : Loredana Frizz
A Blessed Shore: England and Bohemia from Chaucer to Shakespeare
by : Alfred Thomas In The Winter's Tale, Antigonus announces that his ship has washed up on the shores of Bohemia. How and why landlocked Bohemia? Did Shakespeare not know...
Alfred, Lord Tennyson Selected Poems
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Ambrose S Patriarchs: Ethics for the Common Man
by : Marcia L. Colish In this welcome new work Marcia L. Colish offers the only book-length study of the patriarch treatises of Ambrose of Milan (c. 340-397), in which...
Andreas and the Fates of the Apostles (Oxford Reprints)
by : Kenneth R. Brooks
Archaeology and the Emergence of Greece
By: A.M. Snodgrass The papers in this book presume to stray across the traditional boundaries with the domains of prehistorians, ancient historians, and literary critics. . . . It had been...
Aristeas of Proconnesus (Oxford University Press Academic Monograph Reprints)
by : J. D. P. Bolton
Arthurian Literature in the Middle Ages: A Collaborative History
by Roger Sherman Loomis | Dec 31, 1959 Published in 1959, this collection brings together thirty scholars in a collaborative survey that goes beyond the scope of earlier work particularly...
Articles on Palestinian Memoirists,
By: Books, Hephaestus Hephaestus Books represents a new publishing paradigm, allowing disparate content sources to be curated into cohesive, relevant, and informative books. To date, this content has been curated...
Assassinating Shakespeare: The True Confessions of a Bard in the Bush
by : Thomas Goltz, In 1976, Thomas Goltz, then a naive twenty-one-year-old on the trail of his errant brother, worked his way around Africa putting on one-man Shakespeare performances. This...
Asser`s Life of King Alfred: Together with the Annals of Saint Neots Erroneously Ascribed to Asser
by: William Henry Stevenson Asser, Bishop of Sherborne, joined the court of Alfred as a scholar in about 885, and became the King''s friend, teacher and biographer. Although strongly biased, hi...
Augustine in Iconography: History and Legend
by : Joseph C. Schnaubelt (Editor), Frederick van Fleteren ugustine in Iconography: History and Legend has a threefold design: exploration of literary sources; reviews of pertinent archeology; and accounts of...
Beauty and the Inferno
by: Roberto Saviano Roberto Saviano is best known for his work on the Italian mafia, but Beauty and the Inferno also tackles universal themes with great insight and humanity, with...
Beneventan Script (Oxford University Press Academic Monograph Reprints)
by : E. A. Loew
Brief Lives: Gustave Flaubert
By Brown, Andrew Companion piece to Memoirs of a Madman and November , both published by Hesperus, this highly informative work explores Flaubert's fascinating and at times controversial life, examining his...
Brief Lives: Joseph Conrad
By: Gavin Griffiths Born to Polish parents in Russian-dominated Ukraine, Joseph Conrad led an extraordinary and adventurous life, much of which was spent at sea. This new biography charts his story,...
Brief Lives: Stendhal
By Brown, Andrew Stendhal is remembered today as one of the originators of the modern novel. During his lifetime, however, he was reputed to be a religious dissident and was known...
Bright Shadow of Reality: Spiritual Longing in C.S.Lewis
The writings of C. S. Lewis often stir in readers a profound sense of spiritual longing, a desire for joy lying beyond the offerings of this world. This special kind...
British Botanical and Horticultural Literature Before 1800
by : Blanche Henrey Pp. xxvi, (ii), 290; xvi, (ii), 748; xvii, 142, with 212 plates (4 in color). Publisher's blue cloth, gilt-lettered on the spine, in cloth-covered slipcase, sm 4to....
Chapman's Homeric Hymns and Other Homerica
by : Homer George Chapman's translations of Homer - immortalized by Keats' sonnet - are the most famous in the English language. Swinburne praised their 'romantic and sometimes barbaric grandeur,' their...
Christina Rossetti Selected Poems
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Chronicles of Majnun Layla and Selected Poems (Middle East Literature In Translation) Paperback – September 24, 2014
Chronicles of Majnun Layla and Selected Poems brings together in one volume Haddad’s seminal work and a considerable selection of poems from his oeuvre, stretching over forty years. The central...
Cranford and Selected Short Stories (Wordsworth Classics)
This book comes with an introduction and notes by Professor Emeritus John Chapple, University of Hull. The sheer variety and accomplishment of Elizabeth Gaskell's shorter fiction is amazing.This new volume...
Daisy Miller: And Other Stories (Wordsworth Classics)
This title includes an introduction and notes by Pat Righelato, University of Reading. Daisy Miller is one of Henry James' most attractive heroines: she represents youth and frivolity. As a...
Dancing in the Wind: Poetry and Art of the British Isles
The prolific editor Charles Sullivan returns with a new delightful anthology of art and poetry which features work by some of our best-loved poets and artists. Poems by Dylan...
Dazed & Amazed
In this book you will find a cellection of old and new writhings. All pretty much left in their original and sometimes naive state.. There are also a collection of...
Desiring Bodies: Ovidian Romance and the Cult of Form
By Heyworth, Gregory Gregory Heyworth's Desiring Bodies considers the physical body and its relationship to poetic and corporate bodies in the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Beginning in the odd contest...
Dictionary of Midwestern Literature: Volume One
by: Philip A. Greasley The Dictionary of Midwestern Literature, Volume One, surveys the lives and writings of nearly 400 Midwestern authors and identifies some of the most important criticism of...
Earliest Latin Commentaries On the Epistles of St Paul
by : Alexander Souter
Emblem, Iconography, and Drama
by: Clifford Davidson Eight iconographic studies by American, Australian, and British scholars that focus on Shakespeare and his contemporaries and on the interconnectedness of their art with the visual language...