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We caught up with Leah Marcus to discuss her book, How Shakespeare Became Colonial: Editorial Tradition and the British Empire. Read on for our exclusive interview with Leah.
On 17 May 6-8pm GMT we invite you to join us for the launch of Derek Attridge’s literary classic “The Singularity of Literature”. You can either join us live at Blackwell's in Edinburgh or watch and participate via Facebook LIVE.
The first three volumes arrange his plays chronologically with the first volume presenting the early plays, The Ambitious Step-Mother,Tamerlane, and The Fair Penitent; the second volume the middle plays, The Biter, Ulysses, and The Royal Convert; and the third volume his late period plays, The Tragedy of Jane Shore and The Tragedy of the Lady Jane Grey. The subsequent volumes cover his translation of Lucan’s Pharsalia, described by Samuel Johnson as one of the greatest productions in English poetry,and his own original poetry — which was often composed for specific occasions. Each volume contains a newly written explanatory introduction which precedes the full edited text. Appendices covering dedications, prologues and epilogues, performance history, the related music and textual apparatus are also included. The edition comes with a consolidated bibliography for ease of reference.
The Plays and Poems of Nicholas Rowe is the new Major Work from general editor (and editor of the Poems) Dr. Stephen Bernard and his seven associate editors. We interviewed him to find out more about the set.
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This book constructs a long cultural history, beginning in the interwar period with the arrival of Surrealism to Britain, moving through the countercultures of the 1950s and 1960s, and finally surveying the directions in which Situationist theory and practice are being taken today. It combines agile historicism with close readings of a vast range of archival and newly excavated materials, including newspaper reports, underground pamphlets, Psychogeographical films, and experimental novels.
We interviewed Sam Cooper to find out more about his new monograph.
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