Literature: Collections

Latest Collections

  • Building Safety Month

    This May is Building Safety Month. The theme this year is 'No Code. No Confidence.'
  • International Women's Day and Women's History Month

    This March is Women's History Month and 8th March 2019 is International Women's Day. The theme this year is #BalanceforBetter, in the aim to form a more gender balanced world. To celebrate, we've pulled together a collection of our bestselling titles about and by women.

  • Literature Collection

    We are pleased to bring you a selection of our recent and forthcoming titles on Literature. Browse our full compilation of titles here and explore our other online collections for our Major Works and Handbooks.

  • Taylor & Francis Books Open Archive

    Explore our collection of 250 Open Access titles in the Taylor & Francis Books Open Archive.  Browse titles across a variety of subject areas including Business & Management, Economics, Education, Geography, History, Language & Literature, Politics & International Relations, Built Environment and more...  

  • Modern Language Association Conference

    Be sure to visit the Routledge booth at the MLA conference from Jan 4th - 8th 2018.

  • Literature Research Now in Paperback

    Our Paperback Direct programme provides the best of our in-depth hardback research in a paperback format and price, making the content even more accessible. Discover the latest treatment of topics in Literature and buy a copy for your own personal use.

  • South Atlantic Modern Language Association

    Routledge publishes a range of key authors and titles in Literature. Below is a small selection of our recent and forthcoming titles that showcase the diverse range of publications that include accessible and best-selling textbooks and supplementary texts, authoritative handbooks, as well as cutting-edge research monographs. 

  • Major Works and Routledge Library Editions Online Collection

    Explore our range of multi-volume Major Works sets and Routledge Library Editions sets across a wide range of subject areas including Business, Sociology, Education, Psychology, and more...

  • Test Author Directions: Navigating Your Success...

    This series is a collection of free resource to guide our new, current and potential authors through the world of academic publishing. Resources will include social media guidance, how to turn your PhD in to a book, how to write a successful proposal, how to maintain discoverability of your book and many more.

  • Author Directions: Navigating Your Success...

    This series is a collection of free resource to guide our new, current and potential authors through the world of academic publishing. Resources will include social media guidance, how to turn your PhD in to a book, how to write a successful proposal, how to maintain discoverability of your book and many more.

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