Welcome to our first ever Routledge Reference Literature and Cultural Studies Catalogue.
In 2012 we plan to publish an eclectic mix of titles through our various publishing programmes. We have also included titles from our extensive backlist for you to browse.
Until the end of April we are offering a 15% discount on a 20 volume Routledge Revivals Literature collection. For more details visit Routledge Revivals: Literature
Finally Routledge Library Editions will be reissuing Women, Feminism and Literature a 15 volume collection which will cover all aspects of women's literature, gender and feminism through literary criticism and the work of women literary theorists.
Before we go we've put together our top five Literature titles which we published last year:
Routledge Library Editions: Jane Austen
The Lives of Jonathan Swift
Native American Writing
The Tale of Genji.
Few twentieth-century American writers have been as influential as Ernest Hemingway (1899–1961). Whilst contemporaries such as F. Scott Fitzgerald and William Faulkner may be as widely taught and studied as Hemingway, neither had an influence on other writers—or indeed, the cognate arts—as great as...
Published September 11th 2011 by Routledge
This four volume backlist collection brings together an array of criticism written about the works of Jane Austen, encompassing everything from a detailed analysis of her six published novels, through to an investigation of the heroines within her fiction, a re-evaluation...
Published October 12th 2011 by Routledge
Contemporaries were mesmerized by the outrageous wit of Jonathan Swift (1667–1745), a writer still widely regarded as the greatest satirist of all time. Soon after Swift’s death, his friends and enemies raced to publish the definitive account of the Dean of St Patrick’s. Now, Routledge brings these...
Published June 13th 2011 by Routledge
Co-published by Routledge and Edition Synapse If white settlers landing in the New World brought with them smallpox, oppression, and Christianity, they also conveyed the cultural practice of writing. Adopters of this technology from within Native America and First Nations Canada began to adapt...
Published May 4th 2011 by Routledge
The monumental Japanese fictional narrative known as The Tale of Genji (Genji monogatari) appeared during the first decade or so of the eleventh century, CE. This vast narrative—which spans three-quarters of a century, and is made up of fifty-four chapters and 795 poems—has been attributed to a...
Published December 2nd 2010 by Routledge