This bundle brings together 31 prominent works examining and exploring areas of 20th literature. The collection covers an incredibly changeable and diverse period, and the volumes included range in topic from the beginning of the early 20th century, right through to volumes on more current writers from the late 90s, up until the millennium. The collection covers a range of critical areas from the poetry of Wilfred Owen and the First World War, through the early modernist period with volumes on both Ezra Pound and D.H. Lawrence, right up to the millennium, including volumes on modern writers such as on V. S. Naipaul and David Mamet. The volume offers critical volumes looking at key areas during this time, such as modernism, postmodernism and realism as well as exploring literature from different regions such as North and Latin America. This comprehensive collection provides an essential and complete look at literature during the 20th century and will be a useful and fascinating collection for any students of literature and history in particular those studying the modern literature.
1. D.H. Lawrence, Thomas Rice Jackson
2. David Mamet, Christopher Bigsby
3. Edward Carpenter, Gilbert Beith
4. Encyclopedia American Humorists, Stephen H. Gale
5. English Bible as Literature, Charles Allen Dinsmore
6. Entropy Exhibition, Colin Greenland
7. The Fictional Encyclopaedia, Hilary Clark
8. Gospel of Wealth American Novel, Arun Mukherjee
9. Igor Scholarship, Henry R. Cooper, Jr.
10. John Barth, Heide Ziegler
11. Just Looking, Rachel Bowlby
12. Landmarks Latin American Fiction, Philip Swanson
13. Life Ezra Pound, Noel Stock
14. Lonely Tower, Thomas Rice Henn
15. Modernism, Peter Faulkner
16. Mothers and Other Clowns, Magdalene Redekop
17. Nadine Gordimer, Judie Newman
18. Narrative Exchanges, Ian Reid
19. Philip Roth, Hermione Lee
20. Private Fictional Words, Coral Ann Howells
21. Puzzles and Epiphanies, Sir Frank Kermode
22. Realism and Power, Alison Lee
23. S. J. Perelman Bibliography, Steven H. Gale
24. S. J. Perelman Critical Essays, Steven H. Gale
25. Society Literature 1945-1970, Alan Sinfield
26. Structure Modernist Poetry, Theo Hermans
27. Susan Sontag, Sohnya Sayres
28. The Observing Self, Graham Good
29. V. S. Naipaul, Peter Hughes
30. Wilfred Owen, Jennifer Breen
31. William Trevor, Gregory A. Schirmer
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