Robert Southey: later poetical works, 1811-1838 [volume 1: shorter poems and volume 3: poems from the laureate period, 1813-1823] - Southey, Robert; Packer, Ian; Pratt, Lynda; White, Daniel E.; Fulford, Tim; Bolton, Carol
Robert Southey (1774-1843) was once a prolific and celebrated writer of the Romantic school. Yet despite spending thirty years as Poet Laureate, Southey's reputation has long been eclipsed by that of his contemporaries, Wordsworth and Coleridge. Research on Southey's later poetry (and the violent responses it provoked at the time of its publication) has been hampered by the lack of a modern critical edition. These four volumes provide fully-edited, meticulously annotated texts of the poems Southey wrote during the latter half of his career. These volumes build upon the critical success of Robert Southey: Poetical Works 1793-1810 and together they...
Pynchon and philosophy: Wittgenstein, Foucault and Adorno - Eve, Martin Paul
This book presents thorough, comprehensive and previously unaddressed philosophical and ethical readings of Thomas Pynchon's fiction through Ludwig Wittgenstein, Michel Foucault and Theodor W. Adorno.
Thomas Pynchon, the most important living American author, is famed for his lengthy, complex and erudite fictions. Given these characteristics, an examination of the philosophical dimensions of Pynchon's works is long overdue. In this book I comprehensively and clearly redresses this balance, mapping Pynchon's interactions with the philosophy, ethics and politics of Ludwig Wittgenstein, Michel Foucault and Theodor W. Adorno, resulting in a fresh approach to these seminal novels.
Pynchon and Philosophy is based on the...
Glasgow Media Group reader, volume 1 - Winston, Brian; Beharrell, Peter; Davis, Howard; Eldridge, John; Hewitt, John; Oddie, Jean; Philo, Greg; Walton, Paul; Broadbent, Lucinda; Kimmett, Gordon; Spaven, Malcolm; Williams, Kevin
A selection of readings from four sources: Bad news (1976) ; More bad news (1980) ; Really bad news (1982) and War and peace news (1985)