Literary Studies New Books Catalogue July-September 2022

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Literary Studies New Books Catalogue

July-September 2022

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GREAT POE TS SE RI E S Each volume is based on the most authoritative text, editions with valuable insights into the great poets’ works. Most titles are enriched by an extensive critical apparatus, notes and extra reading material.

The Rime of the Ancient Mariner Samuel Taylor Coleridge ISBN: 9781847497529 £7.99 • PB • 256 pp Selected Poems W.B. Yeats ISBN: 9781847494412 £8.99 • PB • 160 pp

Unique selection of Shelley’s poetry Thoroughly annotated and presented in chronological order

Paradise Lost John Milton ISBN: 9781847498038 £7.99 • PB • 320 pp

The Prelude and Other Poems William Wordsworth ISBN: 9781847497505 £7.99 • PB • 320 pp

ISBN: 9781847498670 288 pages • £7.99

Leaves of Grass Walt Whitman ISBN: 9781847497550 £8.99 • PB • 288 pp

Selected Poetical Works William Blake ISBN: 9781847498212 £7.99 • PB • 288 pp

SELECTED POETRY PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY

Complete Poems John Keats ISBN: 9781847497567 £9.99 • PB • 520 pp

Sonnets William Shakespeare ISBN: 9781847496089 £4.99 • PB • 256 pp

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A LM A CL A SSI CS E V E RG R E E N S • ID E AL F O R ST U D E N TS Alma Classics’ Evergreens list is a series of popular classics, incorporating a wide range of literature from around the globe. Most of the titles are enriched by an extensive critical apparatus, notes and extra reading material, as well as a selection of photographs. The texts are based on the most authoritative edition and edited using a fresh, accessible editorial approach. With an emphasis on production, editorial and typographical values, Alma Classics aspires to revitalize the whole experience of reading classics.

Nineteen Eighty-Four George Orwell ISBN: 9781847498571 £5.99 • PB • 288 pp

Mrs Dalloway Virginia Woolf ISBN: 9781847494009 £4.99 • PB • 224 pp

The Master and Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov ISBN: 9781847497826 £5.99 • PB • 400 pp

Silas Marner George Eliot ISBN: 9781847498304 £5.99 • PB • 224 pp

THE CANTERBURY TALES GEOFFREY CHAUCER

ULYSSES JAMES JOYCE

ISBN: 9781847497413 608 pages • £5.99

ISBN: 9781847497765 832 pages • £6.99

Contains 3,000 notes and 30 pages extra material.

Contains over 9,000 notes by Joyce scholars Sam Slote, Marc A. Mamigonian and John Turner.

Presented in their original Middle-English Contains a wealth of extra material

Inferno: Dual-Language Ed. Dante Alighieri ISBN: 9781847493408 £7.99 • PB • 396 pp

The Metamorphosis Franz Kafka ISBN: 9781847493521 £5.99 • PB • 256 pp

Sons and Lovers D.H. Lawrence ISBN: 9781847497536 £5.99 • PB • 480 pp

Heart of Darkness and The Complete Congo Diary Joseph Conrad ISBN: 9781847494016 £4.99 • PB • 192 pp

‘This is a text of choice for first-time and established readers alike. [The] annotation is extensive, diligent and unfussy, and offers a serious rival to Jeri Johnson’s notes in the Oxford edition.’ - James Joyce Quarterly

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Mark Yakich, Loyola University, New Orleans, USA For its playful sincerity and idiosyncratic humor, Poetry: A Survivor’s Guide has earned praise from students, teachers and readers around the globe, as it offers an original take on a subject both loved and feared. In a time of great change, its unconventional advice and application is crucial to encourage meaningful discussion and personal growth. This updated and expanded edition probes a range of strategies for inspiring students and aspiring poets on the ways poetry relates to their own lives. These include individual meditation, digital learning, and the uses and utility of poetry as a tool of social change. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 288 pages • 22 bw illus PB 9781501376207 • £17.99 / $24.95 • HB 9781501376191 • £60.00 / $80.00 ePub 9781501376214 • £16.74 / $22.45 ePdf 9781501376221 • £16.74 / $22.45 Bloomsbury Academic

Narrating Medicine in Middle English Poetry Poets, Practitioners, and the Plague Eve Salisbury Filling a gap in what we know about medical writing in England in the 100+ years after the advent of the “Great Mortality”, this book calls attention to a discourse that privileges illness narratives, strategies of self-care, and the voices of poets, patients, and practitioners. When read in conjunction with medical treatises, plague tractates, and verse remedies, literary narratives disclose an experience of illness that other genres of medical writing lack, thus enabling us to see the kinship between poetry and the healing arts. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 256 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781350249790 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350249813 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350249806 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

Reading Poetry with College and University Students

Overcoming Barriers and Deepening Engagement Thomas Fink, LaGuardia Community CollegeCUNY, USA College students don’t need to find poetry alienating. This book aims to help faculty foster students’ engagement with poems while enabling them to sharpen critical and creative thinking. Considering work by such poets as Julia Alvarez, Amiri Baraka, Gwendolyn Brooks, Mahmoud Darwish, John Donne, W.B. Yeats, Audre Lorde and A.K. Ramanujan, Thomas Fink zeroes in on how learners can surmount and even enjoy tackling the most difficult aspects of poetry. He explores students’ emotional identification with speakers and characters of poems and with poets themselves, showing how an instructor can motivate students to produce effective interpretations. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 176 pages PB 9781501389467 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781501389450 • £65.00 / $90.00 ePub 9781501389474 • £18.19 / $24.25 ePdf 9781501389481 • £18.19 / $24.25 Bloomsbury Academic

Reading the Modernist Long Poem

L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Poetry / Modernism

Poetry: A Survivor's Guide, Second Edition

John Cage, Charles Olson and the Indeterminacy of Longform Poetics

Brendan C. Gillott, University of Cambridge, UK This book argues that indeterminacy is a fundamental feature of the modernist long poem. Taking as the form's exemplars the highly influential but critically contentious poetry of John Cage and Charles Olson, this book considers longform indeterminacy by way of its analogues in musicology, mycology, cybernetics and philosophy, while articulating how both poets broke with the longform poetic traditions of the early 1900s. Brendan C. Gillott argues for Cage and Olson’s centrality to these traditions – in developing, critiquing and innovating on the longform poetics of the past, their work revolutionized the longform poetry of the 20th and 21st centuries. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 240 pages PB 9781501371899 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501363788 ePub 9781501363795 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501363801 • £79.34 / $108.00 Bloomsbury Academic

The Sacred Life of Modernist Literature

Immanence, Occultism, and the Making of the Modern World Allan Kilner-Johnson Exploring the relationship between occultism and modernist literary experimentation, this book sets the work of leading modernist writers alongside lesser known female writers and writers in languages other than English to more fully portray the aesthetic and philosophical connections between modernism and the occult. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 192 pages HB 9781350255302 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350255326 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350255319 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

The Distance of Irish Modernism Memory, Narrative, Representation

John Greaney, University College Dublin, Ireland Rethinking the relationship between form and history in Irish modernist writing and its aftermath, this book examines how critics have previously categorized the Irish modernist novel, as an evidentiary form of cultural memory. John Greaney exposes the problems with such a stance, exploring novels by Elizabeth Bowen, Kate O’Brien, Samuel Beckett, Flann O’Brien and John McGahern through new critical paradigms in modernist studies. This approach contrasts the gap between modernist literature and national history with materialist approaches to modernism, and in so doing delineates how Irish modernism becomes both a world problematic as well as a container for national history. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 240 pages HB 9781350125261 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350125285 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350125278 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

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L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Modernism

Understanding Philosophy, Understanding Modernism Understanding Barthes, Understanding Modernism

Edited by Jeffrey R. Di Leo, University of Houston-Victoria, USA & Zahi Zalloua, Whitman College, USA Understanding Barthes, Understanding Modernism is an assessment of the modern literary and philosophical contributions of Roland Barthes. The volume focuses on work published prior to his death in 1980, covering the major periods of his development from Writing Degree Zero (1953) to Camera Lucida: Reflections on Photography (1980), as well as his posthumously published material and the legacies of his work after his death. Culminating with a glossary of terms and concepts in Barthes’ writing, the volume is both broad and thorough in its exploration of Barthes. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 320 pages • 9 bw illus HB 9781501367403 • £90.00 / $120.00 ePub 9781501367410 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501367427 • £79.34 / $108.00 Series: Understanding Philosophy, Understanding Modernism • Bloomsbury Academic

James Joyce and Paul L. Léon The Story of A Friendship Revisited

Edited by Luca Crispi, University College Dublin, Ireland, Alexis Leopold Léon & Anna Maria Léon With contextual annotations throughout, this book brings together important archival discoveries and historical accounts of Joyce's final decade struggling to finish his final work, Finnegans Wake, and explores one of the central relationships of Joyce’s final years: with his confidant, friend and business adviser Paul L. Leon. Unearthing Leon’s letters to his wife in the 1940s, which chronicle his desperate attempts to rescue Joyce’s Paris archives from occupying Nazi forces – efforts that would cost Leon his own life in the Auschwitz-Birkenau camps – this is an essential resource for scholars of Joyce and of the literary culture of World War II. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 320 pages HB 9781350133839 • £130.00 / $175.00 ePub 9781350133846 • £117.00 / $162.12 ePdf 9781350133853 • £117.00 / $162.12 Series: Modernist Archives • Bloomsbury Academic

Modernism in Trieste

The Habsburg Mediterranean and the Literary Invention of Europe, 1870-1945 Salvatore Pappalardo, Towson University, USA When we think about the process of European unification, our conversations inevitably ponder questions of economic cooperation and international politics. Salvatore Pappalardo offers a new and engaging perspective, arguing that the idea of European unity is also the product of a modern literary imagination. This book examines the idea of Europe in the modernist literature of primarily Robert Musil, Italo Svevo, and James Joyce (but also of Theodore Däubler and Srecko Kosovel), all authors who had a deep connection with the port city of Trieste. Modernism in Trieste seeks to fill a critical gap in the extant scholarship, securing the literary history of Trieste within the context of current research on Habsburg and Austrian literature. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 280 pages PB 9781501369957 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501369964 ePub 9781501369971 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501369988 • £79.34 / $108.00 Series: New Directions in German Studies • Bloomsbury Academic

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Understanding Marx, Understanding Modernism

Edited by Mark Steven, University of Exeter, UK In 1845 Karl Marx wrote: “The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point is to change it.” There is no philosopher for whom these words are a more accurate description than Marx, forefather of modern revolution and, as this volume shows, herald for modernism. Marx’s writing absorbed the lessons of artistic and cultural modernity as much as his legacy concretely shaped modernism across multiple media. This volumes offers a close engagement with Marx’s central philosophical texts in relation to his literary antecedents; an exploration of the multimedia afterlife of his writings, including in film, theatre, literature, and art; and a glossary of mini-essays unpicking frequently used and abused terms like “capital,” “labor,” and “value.” UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 256 pages PB 9781501372308 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501351112 ePub 9781501351129 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501351136 • £79.34 / $108.00 Series: Understanding Philosophy, Understanding Modernism • Bloomsbury Academic

The Making of Samuel Beckett's Company/ Compagnie Georgina Nugent-Folan, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

This book offers a critical analysis of the manuscripts of Company / Compagnie, taking Beckett’s schemadependent compositional method as its core focus. It forwards a new hypothesis regarding the genetic map of both works, and considers the relationship between this uniquely entwined ‘original’ and ‘translation’. The book includes: - A complete catalogue of available relevant manuscripts, including French and English texts, alternative drafts and notebook pages - A critical reconstruction of the history of the text, from its genesis through to its full publication history - A guide to the online manuscripts at the Beckett Digital Manuscripts Project at www.beckettarchive.org UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 432 pages PB 9781350214477 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350214439 Series: The Beckett Manuscript Project • Bloomsbury Academic World English (excluding Belgium/Luxembourg/Netherlands)

Judith Wright and Emily Carr Gendered Colonial Modernity

Anne Collett & Dorothy Jones, University of Wollongong, Australia Knitting together two fascinating but entirely distinct lives, this ingeniously structured, braided biography tells the story of the lives and work of Australian poet Judith Wright and Canadian painter Emily Carr. The two broke new ground for female artists in the British colonies and influenced the political and social debates about environment and indigenous rights that have shaped Australia and Canada in the twenty-first century. In telling their story/ies, this book charts the battle for recognition of their modernist art and vision, their similar experiences of colonial modernity as white settler women, and the transformative power of art. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 288 pages • 4 bw illus; 16 colour illus PB 9781350188396 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350188204 ePub 9781350188280 • £81.00 / $112.65 ePdf 9781350188211 • £81.00 / $112.65 Series: Historicizing Modernism • Bloomsbury Academic

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Community in Contemporary British Fiction

Margaret C. Jones

Edited by Sara Upstone & Peter Ely

Egyptologist, Novelist, Activist

In Victorian England, Amelia B. Edwards was an iconic cultural figure, admired by the public for her best-selling fiction and for her witty, thoughtprovoking travel writing. In later life, she became a celebrated historian, bringing fresh understanding of Ancient Egypt to a fascinated public and founding the Egyptian Exploration Fund (Society). Unearthing forgotten sources, this book tells the story of her unconventional life - her travels, travails and feminist activism. A figure ahead of her time, it examines her involvement in suffrage and animal rights and reveals new insights into Edwards’ loving same-sex relationships with Ellen Rice Byrne and Lucy Renshaw. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 240 pages • 22 b/w illus PB 9781350293953 • £14.99 / $19.95 • HB 9781350293960 • £45.00 / $61.00 ePub 9781350293977 • £13.49 / $19.22 ePdf 9781350293984 • £13.49 / $19.22 Bloomsbury Academic

Rethinking the Romantic Era

Androgynous Subjectivity and the Recreative in the Writings of Mary Robinson, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, and Mary Shelley Kathryn S. Freeman This book crosses the boundary between male and female writers of the Romantic period by linking representations of gender with late Enlightenment upheavals regarding creativity and subjectivity, arguing that these authors dismantle and reconfigure subjectivity as androgynous and amoral, subverting the centrality of the male gaze associated with canonical Romanticism. In doing so, it examines key works from each author's oeuvre, from Coleridge’s “canonical” poems such as Rime of the Ancient Mariner, through Robinson’s lyrical poetry and novels such as Walsingham, to Mary Shelley’s fiction, including Frankenstein, Mathilda, and The Last Man. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 176 pages PB 9781350194939 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350167407 ePub 9781350167421 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350167438 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

Circular Narratives in Modern European Literature

Juan Luis Toribio Vazquez, Sam Sharpe Teacher’s College, Jamaica Breaking with linearity – the previously ruling narrative model – many 20th-century European writers adopted circular narrative forms. This study shows how this trend – among authors such as Strindberg, Stein, Queneau, Nabokov, Joyce, Beckett, Robbe-Grillet, Calvino and Blanchot – was not a unified nor conscious movement, but rather a series of works arising sporadically, using circular structures to express similar ideas. It also shows how the renewed understanding of narrative form leading to this circular trend was anticipated by Nietzsche’s critiques of truth, knowledge, language and metaphysics, and his related discussions of nihilism and the eternal recurrence. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 240 pages HB 9781501384875 • £90.00 / $120.00 ePub 9781501384882 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501384899 • £79.34 / $108.00 Bloomsbury Academic

From Blair to Brexit

Examining how British writers are addressing the urgent matter of how we form and express group belonging in the 21st century, this book examines the most challenging issues for community in Britain in the past five years, notably Brexit and the Covid-19 crisis. Exploring questions of identity and local and national belonging, this book discusses works from contemporary British writers including Ali Smith, John McGregor, Bernadine Evaristo, Jonathan Coe and Sarah Hall, among others, to demonstrate some of the resources that literature can offer for a renewed understanding of identity and community. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 248 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781350244023 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350244047 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350244030 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

Fairy Tales of London

British Urban Fantasy, 1840 to the Present Hadas Elber-Aviram, University of Notre Dame, London, UK From the time of Charles Dickens, the city of London has frequently inspired writers to their most creative flights of fantasy. Charting a new history of London fantasy writing from the Victorian era to the 21st century, Fairy Tales of London explores a powerful tradition of urban fantasy distinct from the rural tales of writers such as J.R.R. Tolkien. Hadas Elber-Aviram traces this urban tradition from Dickens, through the scientific romances of H.G. Wells, the anti-fantasies of George Orwell and Mervyn Peake to contemporary science fiction and fantasy writers such as Michael Moorcock, Neil Gaiman and China Miéville. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 312 pages • 14 bw illus PB 9781350202825 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350110670 ePub 9781350110694 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350110687 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – British & Irish Literature / European Literature

The Adventurous Life of Amelia B. Edwards

Derivative Lives

Biofiction, Uncertainty, and Speculative Risk in Contemporary Spanish Narrative Virginia Newhall Rademacher, Babson College, USA The title of this book, Derivative Lives, alludes to the challenge of finding one’s way within the contemporary market of virtually limitless information and claims to veracity. It is easy to feel lost in spaces of uncertainty where biographical truth teeters between the real and the imaginative. The title points to the prolific market of biographical novels that openly and intentionally play in the speculative space between the real and the fictional. Drawing on theories of risk and uncertainty, Derivative Lives considers the surge in biofiction in Spain and globally, relating literary expression to circumstantiality, derivatives, speculation, and game studies. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 208 pages HB 9781501386909 • £80.00 / $110.00 ePub 9781501386916 • £72.79 / $99.00 ePdf 9781501386923 • £72.79 / $99.00 Series: Biofiction Studies • Bloomsbury Academic

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L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – World Literature / Asian Literature

Literatures as World Literature Thomas Oliver Beebee, Pennsylvania State University, USA

Elena Ferrante as World Literature

Stiliana Milkova, Oberlin College, USA The first monograph in English on Elena Ferrante, this book analyzes Ferrante's entire textual production and the range of scholarly and popular responses it has generated locally and globally. Focusing on Ferrante’s explorations of feminine identity, subjectivity, and agency within an oppressive patriarchal order, Stiliana Milkova argues that Ferrante constructs a theory of feminine experience which serves as the scaffolding for her own literary practice, delineating alternative modes of constituting female identity not contingent on male-centered ideologies. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 224 pages PB 9781501371912 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501357527 ePub 9781501357534 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501357541 • £79.34 / $108.00 Series: Literatures as World Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

Turkish Literature as World Literature

Edited by Burcu Alkan, University of Manchester, UK & Çimen Günay-Erkol, Özyegin University, Turkey Essays covering a broad range of genres and ranging from the late Ottoman era to contemporary literature open the debate on the place of Turkish literature in the globalized literary world. Explorations of the multilingual cosmopolitanism of the Ottoman literary scene are complemented by examples of cross-generational intertextual encounters. The renowned poet Nâzim Hikmet is studied from a variety of angles, while contemporary and popular writers such as Orhan Pamuk and Elif Safak are contextualized. Turkish Literature as World Literature not only fills a significant lacuna in world literary studies but also draws a composite historical, political and cultural portrait of Turkey in its relations with the broader world. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 264 pages PB 9781501371639 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501358012 ePub 9781501358029 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501358036 • £79.34 / $108.00 Series: Literatures as World Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

African Literatures as World Literature

Edited by Alexander Fyfe, American University of Beirut, Lebanon & Madhu Krishnan, University of Bristol, UK Focusing on a variety of geographic, historical and linguistic contexts, the essays in this volume seek answers to the following questions about African literatures: What are the topographies of 'the world' in different literary texts and traditions? What are that world’s limits, boundaries and possibilities? How do questions of literary form – realism, oral epic, lyric poetry – affect the presentation of worldliness? What are the material networks of circulation that allow African literatures to become world literature? African literatures, it emerges, do important theoretical work that speaks to the very core of world literary studies today. UK October 2022 • US October 2022 • 256 pages HB 9781501379956 • £90.00 / $120.00 ePub 9781501379963 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501379970 • £79.34 / $108.00 Series: Literatures as World Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

World Literature and the Question of Genre in Colonial India Poetry, Drama, and Print Culture 1790-1890

Kedar Arun Kulkarni, Flame University, India The book describes the way Marathi literary culture, entrenched in performative modes of production and reception, especially balladry and epic storytelling, saw the germination of a robust, script-centric dramatic culture, owing to colonial networks of literary exchange and the newfound wide availability of print technology. It situates Marathi literature within contemporary world literature studies and critiques “eurochronology”— the perceived backwardness of colonial and postcolonial locales when compared with literatures produced in Euro-American metropoles. It demonstrates that literary cultures in colonized locales converged with and participated fully in key defining moments of world literature, but also diverged from them to create, simultaneously, a unique literary modernity. UK May 2022 • US May 2022 • 300 pages HB 9789354356698 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9789354351815 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9789354356827 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic India World All Languages (excluding India/Indian subcontinent)

Science Fiction in India

Parallel Worlds and Postcolonial Paradigms Edited by Shweta Khilnani, University of Delhi & Ritwick Bhattacharjee This volume examines the different ways by which Indian SF narratives construct possible national futures. It explores how the tensions generated by the seemingly conflicting forces of tradition and modernity within the Indian historical landscape are realized through characteristic tropes of SF storytelling. It looks at the interplay between the spatio-temporal coordinates of the nation and the SF narratives produced within to see how one bears upon the other and how processes of governance find relational structures with such narratives. It interrogates how postcolonial futures promise to articulate a more representative and nuanced picture of a contemporary reality that is rooted in a distinct cultural and colonial past. UK May 2022 • US May 2022 • 320 pages HB 9789354353383 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9789354353437 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9789354351693 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic India World All Languages (excluding India/Indian subcontinent)

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Ezra Pound's Japan

Andrew Houwen, Tokyo Women's Christian University, Japan The first book to deal with the subject of Ezra Pound’s relationships with Japanese literature as a whole, this book provides a wealth of new scholarship on this subject, including focus on the 19th-century Japanese contexts that led to Pound’s interest in ‘hokku’ and Fenollosa’s No translations on which Pound based his own; significant original research on Pound’s Japanese friendships that enriched his understanding of Japanese literature; and an examination of all the explicit references to No in The Cantos in unprecedented depth. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 280 pages PB 9781350216808 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350174306 ePub 9781350174320 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350174313 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

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The Life of James Ellroy

Steven Powell, University of Liverpool, UK Love Me Fierce In Danger: The Life of James Ellroy uncovers the life-story of one of the most fascinating authors of contemporary American literature. This biography is the untold story of how Ellroy created a literary persona for himself as the Demon Dog of American Crime Fiction, giving him a celebrity status and notoriety that few authors can match. To his admirers Ellroy is a literary genius who has reinvented crime fiction. To his detractors he is a reactionary, overrated figure. Love Me Fierce In Danger examines the enigma of an author who has striven for critical acclaim and often courted controversy with equal zealotry. UK November 2022 • US November 2022 • 288 pages • 10 bw illus PB 9781501367311 • £14.99 / $19.95 ePub 9781501367328 • £13.10 / $17.95 ePdf 9781501367335 • £13.10 / $17.95 Bloomsbury Academic

New Directions in Print Culture Studies Archives, Materiality, and Modern American Culture

Edited by Jesse W. Schwartz, LaGuardia Community College, USA & Daniel Worden, Rochester Institute of Technology, USA From work in early and 19th-century American literary studies to the revisions of 20th-century literary studies occasioned by the rise of periodical studies, ways of conceptualizing American literary history have recently undergone significant revision. This collection features new approaches to cultural and literary history that draw on periodicals, print culture, and material culture, thus revising what we think we know about the aesthetic, cultural, and social history of transnational America. These essays focus on the materials and archives that highlight not a canon of “major” literary works but dialogues and tensions that define print cultures in various moments and movements. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 272 pages HB 9781501359736 • £90.00 / $120.00 ePub 9781501359743 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501359750 • £79.34 / $108.00 Bloomsbury Academic

Escape, Escapism, Escapology

American Novels of the Early Twenty-First Century John Limon Escape, Escapism, Escapology: American Novels of the Early Twenty-First Century identifies and explores what is emerging as perhaps the theme of 21st-century American fiction: escapism in the time of inescapable globalization. The driving question is how to find an alternative to the world within the world, and at a time when utopian and messianic ideals have lost their power to compel belief. John Limon traces the American answer to that question in the writings of some of the most important authors of the last two decades— Chabon, Díaz, Foer, Eggers, Donoghue, Groff, Ward, Saunders, and Whitehead, among others—and finds that it always involves the contemporary utopian freedom or messianic salvation of childhood. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 256 pages PB 9781501391101 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781501391118 • £65.00 / $90.00 ePub 9781501391095 • £19.65 / $26.95 ePdf 9781501391088 • £19.65 / $26.95 Bloomsbury Academic

Decolonizing the Undead

Rethinking Zombies in World-Literature, Film, and Media Edited by Stephen Shapiro, University of Warwick, UK, Giulia Champion, University of Warwick, UK & Roxanne Douglas, University of Warwick, UK Looking beyond Euro-Anglo-US-centric zombie narratives, this book reconsiders representations and allegories constructed around the undead, probing their cultural and historical weight across different nations and their significance to postcolonial, decolonial and Neoliberal discourses. Taking stock of zombies as they appear in literature, film and television from the Caribbean, Latin America, sub-Saharan Africa, India, Japan, Iraq and Ireland, it explores how zombies reflect a plethora of experiences previously obscured by western preoccupations and anxieties. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 256 pages HB 9781350271128 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350271142 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350271135 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

Imaginative Teaching through Creative Writing

L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – North & South American Literature / Creative Writing

Love Me Fierce In Danger

A Guide for Secondary Classrooms

Edited by Amy Ash, Indiana State University, USA, Michael Dean Clark, Azusa Pacific University, USA & Chris Drew Growing out of recent pedagogical developments in creative writing studies and perceived barriers to teaching it in secondary education schools, this book creates conversations between secondary and post-secondary teachers aimed at introducing and improving creative writing instruction in teaching curricula for young people. With attention given to creative writing within the current standardsbased educational systems, this book confronts and offers solutions to the perceived difficulty of teaching creative writing in such environments. Divided into two sections, section one sees postsecondary instructors address pedagogical techniques such as workshops, revision, and assessment, whilst section two explores activities and practical approaches to instruction. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 280 pages • 11 bw illus PB 9781350216594 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350152687 ePub 9781350152700 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350152694 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

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L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Gothic & Horror / Religion & Literature

Theology, Horror and Fiction A Reading of the Gothic Nineteenth Century

Jonathan Greenaway, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK Theology, Horror and Fiction argues that the Victorian Gothic is a genre fascinated with the immaterial. Through close readings of some of the most popular Gothic novels of the 19th century, Jonathan Greenaway demonstrates that to understand and read Gothic novels is to be drawn into the discourses of theology, and that this angle has been largely overlooked in broader scholarly investigations into the intersections between literature and religion. Combining historical theological awareness with interventions into contemporary theology, particularly around imaginative apologetics and theology and the arts more generally, Theology, Horror and Fiction offers the beginnings of a modern theology of the Gothic. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 200 pages PB 9781501371356 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501351785 ePub 9781501351792 • £72.79 / $99.00 ePdf 9781501351808 • £72.79 / $99.00 Bloomsbury Academic

A Critical Anatomy

Edited by Orrin N. C. Wang, University of Maryland, College Park, USA This collection provides new readings of Frankenstein from a myriad of established and burgeoning theoretical vantages including narrative theory, cognitive and affect theory, the new materialism, media theory, critical race theory, queer and gender studies, deconstruction, psychoanalysis, and others. Demonstrating how the literary power of Frankenstein rests on its ability to theorize questions of mind, self, language, matter, and the socio-historic that also drive these critical approaches, this volume illustrates the ongoing intellectual richness found both in Mary Shelley’s work and contemporary ways of thinking about it. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 272 pages • 2 bw illus PB 9781501372209 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501360794 ePub 9781501360800 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501360817 • £79.34 / $108.00 Bloomsbury Academic

New Directions in Religion and Literature Emma Mason, University of Warwick, UK and Mark Knight, University of Toronto, Canada.

The Economy of Religion in American Literature

Culture and the Politics of Redemption Andrew Ball

Marilynne Robinson's Worldly Gospel

A Philosophical Account of her Christian Vision Ryan S. Kemp, Wheaton College, USA & Jordan M. Rodgers, King's College, Wilkes-Barre, USA

This book offers a thoroughgoing reassessment of the relationship of religion and economics in American culture. Its guiding questions include: Are we truly living in a secular age? How did a Christian nation come to embrace capitalism? What role did religion play in the conflict of capital and labor in fin de siècle America? How are we to understand the status of religion in contemporary American culture? What light can the literary archive shed on the relationship of religion and economics?

An in-depth philosophical exploration of Marilynne Robinson’s work – from Gilead to her extensive non-fiction writing – this book reads Robinson’s theology as articulating a compelling response to the claim that Christianity is an otherworldly religion whose adherents seek through it to escape the misfortunes of this life. The authors argue that her work challenges the modern atheistic tradition, dating back to Friedrich Nietzsche, to present a unique form of contemporary faith that seeks to affirm the world rather than deny its claims.

UK May 2022 • US May 2022 • 272 pages HB 9781350231672 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350231689 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350233997 • £76.50 / $105.78 Series: New Directions in Religion and Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 224 pages HB 9781350106956 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350106970 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350106963 • £76.50 / $105.78 Series: New Directions in Religion and Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

Biblical Sterne

Rhetoric and Religion in the Shandyverse Ryan J. Stark, Corban University, USA Was Sterne one of the great Christian apologists? This book argues that he was, exploring Sterne’s engagement with the Christian religion and offering a persuasive reading of the biblical rationale informing Sterne’s use of humour and interest in talking and writing about sex. Examining a diverse range of texts, from Tristram Shandy to Sterne's sermons, this book unpacks the role that humour plays in thinking about literature and religion. It paints a picture of a parson who errs on the side of risqué mirth, not forbidding severity, if he errs at all. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 184 pages PB 9781350202894 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350177789 ePub 9781350177796 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350179998 • £76.50 / $105.78 Series: New Directions in Religion and Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

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Frankenstein in Theory

Esoteric Islam in Modern French Thought Massignon, Corbin, Jambet

Ziad Elmarsafy, University of York, UK Why would a Catholic, a Protestant, and a Maoist atheist devote their lives and work to the study of esoteric aspects of Islam? What are the theoretical and intellectual problems to which they provide solutions? These are the questions at the heart of this book. The three French specialists of Islam described above form an intellectual and personal genealogy that structures the core of the text: Massignon taught Corbin, who taught Jambet in his turn. Each of them found in the esoteric a solution to otherwise insurmountable problems: desire for Massignon, certainty for Corbin, and resurrection/immortality for Jambet. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 192 pages PB 9781350200180 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781780938240 ePub 9781780936543 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781780936949 • £76.50 / $105.78 Series: New Directions in Religion and Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

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New Forms of Environmental Writing Gleaning and Fragmentation

Timothy C. Baker, University of Aberdeen, UK Exploring a variety of environmental concerns and surveying a wide range of contemporary poetry, fiction, and memoir by women writers, this book argues for the centrality of individual encounter and fragmentary form in twenty-first-century literature. Proposing an exciting new theoretical model of 'gleaning' and including analyses of works by both familiar and emerging writers such as Sara Baume, Ali Smith, Elizabeth-Jane Burnett, Bhanu Kapil, Kathleen Jamie, and many others, this book also draws on theoretical perspectives such as ecofeminism, new materialism, posthumanism, and affect theory. UK June 2022 • US June 2022 • 256 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781350271319 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350271333 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350271326 • £76.50 / $105.78 Series: Environmental Cultures • Bloomsbury Academic

The Living World

Nan Shepherd and Environmental Thought Samantha Walton, Bath Spa University, UK Focusing upon Nan Shepherd's writing, this book asks how literature might help us to reimagine humanity’s place on earth in the Anthropocene. The first book to examine Shepherd’s work through an ecocritical lens, The Living World reveals forgotten details about the scientific, political and philosophical climate of the 1920s to 1940s. With reference to The Living Mountain, The Weatherhouse, A Pass in the Grampians, poetry from In the Cairngorms and Shepherd’s letters to Neil Gunn, Walton explores how Shepherd’s work offers new patterns for modern understandings of environmental studies and how we can relate to human and more-than-human communities. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 232 pages PB 9781350200197 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350153226 ePub 9781350153387 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350153370 • £76.50 / $105.78 Series: Environmental Cultures • Bloomsbury Academic

Ecocollapse Fiction and Cultures of Human Extinction Sarah E. McFarland, Northwestern State University, Louisiana, USA

This work analyzes 21st-century realistic speculations of human extinction: fictions that imagine future worlds without interventions of as-yet un-invented technology, interplanetary travel, or other science fiction elements that provide hope for rescue or long-term survival. Rather than following the preferences of the genre, these fictions manifest apocalypse where the means for a happy ending no longer exists, rejecting the impulse of human exceptionalism to demonstrate what it might be like to go extinct. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 168 pages PB 9781350202900 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350177642 ePub 9781350177666 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350177659 • £76.50 / $105.78 Series: Environmental Cultures • Bloomsbury Academic

Transcultural Ecocriticism

Global, Romantic and Decolonial Perspectives Edited by Stuart Cooke, Griffith University, Australia & Peter Denney, Griffith University, Australia Bringing together Indigenous, Romantic and global literature perspectives, Transcultural Ecocriticism explores innovative new directions for the field of environmental literary studies. By examining literatures across a range of geographical locations and historical periods – from Romantic period travel writing to Chinese Science Fiction and Australian aboriginal writing - the book demonstrates the need for ecocriticism to competently translate between Indigenous and non-Indigenous, planetary and local, and contemporary and pre-modern perspectives.

L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Environment & Literature / Translation

Environmental Cultures

UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 304 pages • 10 bw illus PB 9781350213821 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350121638 ePub 9781350121652 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350121645 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

Literatures, Cultures, Translation This is a Classic

Translators on Making Writers Global Edited by Regina Galasso, University of Massachusetts, Amherst What does it mean to translate an established or future literary classic, and how is it done by some of today’s most celebrated translators? This is a Classic brings together translators who have created English versions of canonical works from a variety of languages, including Spanish, French, Yiddish, Turkish, Catalan, Greek, Serbian, German, Italian, Icelandic, Russian, Romanian, Portuguese, and Ancient Greek. They offer insights into their processes, challenges, and craft, providing readers with an appreciation of how a classic is shaped by translation, and how translation is essential for a classic’s survival and the creation of original literary works. UK October 2022 • US October 2022 • 208 pages PB 9781501376900 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781501376917 • £65.00 / $90.00 ePub 9781501376924 • £18.19 / $24.25 ePdf 9781501376931 • £18.19 / $24.25 Series: Literatures, Cultures, Translation • Bloomsbury Academic

The Translator’s Visibility

Scenes from Contemporary Latin American Fiction Heather Cleary, Sarah Lawrence College, USA The Translator’s Visibility examines novels by a generation of writers working after and through Borges—including prominent figures such as César Aira, Mario Bellatin, Valeria Luiselli, and Luis Fernando Verissimo—who place translation at the center of their narratives. Drawing on Latin America’s long tradition of critical and creative engagement of the practices and philosophies of translation, Heather Cleary shows that translation can not only serve to renew national literatures through an exchange of ideas and forms, but also, when rendered visible, can help us reimagine the terms according to which those exchanges take place. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 192 pages PB 9781501373459 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501353697 ePub 9781501353703 • £66.24 / $90.00 ePdf 9781501353710 • £66.24 / $90.00 Series: Literatures, Cultures, Translation • Bloomsbury Academic

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L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Children's Literature / Comics / Digital Humanities

Bloomsbury Perspectives on Children's Literature Lisa Sainsbury, University of Roehampton, UK.

Space, Place, and Children’s Reading Development Mapping the Connections

Margaret Mackey, University of Alberta, Canada This open access book explores how children’s reading development is affected by their home setting, and how this sense of place influences textual interpretation of what they read. Based on qualitative research, it focuses on digital maps study participants created that represent their literate youth, and the discussions that followed and their experience as young readers. Analysing the participant’s responses, Mackey lays out the insights surrounding readers' behaviours, reading histories and place-based responses to literature. The open access edition of this book is available on www. bloomsburycollections.com. Open access was funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 288 pages • 50 bw illus HB 9781350275959 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350275973 • £0.00 / $0.00 ePdf 9781350275966 • £0.00 / $0.00 Series: Bloomsbury Perspectives on Children's Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

British Activist Authors Addressing Children of Colour

Karen Sands-O'Connor, Newcastle University, UK Activist and left-wing politics in Britain have seen significant numbers of writers address children of colour about radical ideas. This open access book explores some of the activists producing work from the 1960s onwards, such as Chris Searles, Rosemary Stones, Black Panthers and contemporary advocates for people of colour including Farrukh Dhondy, Floella Benjamin, Benjamin Zephaniah and Liv Little. Tracing how these radicals translated their values for children of colour, from the first cultural products for children up to the mainstream presses publishing figures like Stormzy, this book analyses the choices, struggles and successes of writers of activist literature for children. The ebook editions of this book are available open access under a CC BY-NC-ND 4.0 licence on bloomsburycollection.com. Open access was funded by Knowledge Unlatched. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 224 pages • 6 bw illus HB 9781350196032 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350196056 • £0.00 / $0.00 ePdf 9781350196049 • £0.00 / $0.00 Series: Bloomsbury Perspectives on Children's Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

Children and Biography

The Comics Form

Kate Douglas, Flinder's University, Australia

Chris Gavaler, Washington and Lee University, USA

Reading and Writing Life Stories The first study of life narratives produced for, about, and written by children. By analyzing works like Women in Science, Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls and testimonies and diaries written by children alongside empirical studies into childreaders and writers, this book provides new knowledge on how such texts are produced and read. Comprehensive and original, Children and Biography, presents an ethical methodological framework for scholarly practice when reading, witnessing and analyzing children’s life narratives so that future researchers might place children’s voices and writing at the centre of future inquiries in ways that facilitate genuine agency for child authors. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 208 pages • 15 bw illus HB 9781350236363 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350236387 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350236370 • £76.50 / $105.78 Series: New Directions in Life Narrative • Bloomsbury Academic

The Art of Sequenced Images

Answering foundational questions like "what is a comic" and "how do comics work" in original and imaginative ways, this book adapts established, formalist approaches to explaining the experience of reading comics. Taking stock of a multitude of case studies and examples, The Comics Form demonstrates that any object can be read as a comic so long as it displays a set of relevant formal features. Drawing from the worlds of art criticism and literary studies to put forward innovative new ways of thinking and talking about comics, this book also challenges terminology and established theorizing terms to show how their definitions could be tightened up in the contexts of comics studies. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 256 pages • 47 bw illus HB 9781350245914 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350245938 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350245921 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

Hacking in the Humanities

Cybersecurity, Speculative Fiction and Navigating a Digital Future Aaron Mauro, Brock University, Canada What would it take to hack a human? Are we exploitable? Making the case for the importance of a security minded humanities education, this book examines issues as pressing as data security, privacy and social engineering, arguing that it is time for the humanities to offer the critical, technical, and ethical insights necessary to regulate these systems and to resist the normalization of surveillance, disinformation, and coercion. UK June 2022 • US June 2022 • 216 pages • 10 bw illus PB 9781350231023 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781350230989 • £65.00 / $90.00 ePub 9781350231009 • £19.79 / $27.47 ePdf 9781350230996 • £19.79 / $27.47 Series: Bloomsbury Studies in Digital Cultures • Bloomsbury Academic

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Critical Readings in the Health and Medical Humanities Culture and Medicine

Edited by Rishi Goyal, Columbia University, USA & Arden Hegele, Columbia University, USA Gathering voices from diverse areas including literary studies, medical anthropology, neurology, disability studies and emergency medicine, this books explores how medico-scientific knowledge is constructed, negotiated and circulated as cultural practice. While biomedicine often aspires to be a positivist science, it is in constant negotiation with other domains of culture. This book interrogates how medico-scientific knowledge shapes a set of normative cultural practices that define the limits of health and the body, from the body’s place and trajectory in the world, to how bodies relate to one another, to what counts as health and illness. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 256 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781350248618 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9781350248632 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9781350248625 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic

The Bloomsbury Handbook to the Digital Humanities

Edited by James O’Sullivan, University College Cork, Ireland A comprehensive survey of the digital humanities from some of the field’s most recognised and accomplished figures, this handbook surveys the key contemporary topics and debates within the discipline, focusing on pressing issues of perspective, methodology, access, capacity, and sustainability. This book is essential reading for scholars and students of the digital humanities, whatever that may be, and whatever DH might become. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 488 pages • 40 bw illus HB 9781350232112 • £130.00 / $175.00 ePub 9781350232136 • £117.00 / $162.12 ePdf 9781350232129 • £117.00 / $162.12 Series: Bloomsbury Handbooks • Bloomsbury Academic

The Bloomsbury Handbook to Agatha Christie Edited by J.C. Bernthal & Mary Anna Evans

The first academic companion to the work of Agatha Christie, this book provides an expansive survey of contemporary scholarship on Christie. Writing on topics as varied as ecocriticism and the anthropocene, popular modernism, middlebrow fiction, queer theory, feminism, crime and the state, and more, contributors address Christie’s crime novels, her short stories, literary novels written pseudonymously, and her own and others’ dramatic adaptations for television, film, and the stage. Each chapter introduces the relevant field, outlines key critical debates via case studies, and considers future directions for research. Featuring unprecedented access to images and content held in Christie’s personal archive, as well as a Foreword from renowned crime fiction writer Val McDermid, this is essential reading for anyone interested in Christie's work and legacy. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 448 pages • 18 b/w images HB 9781350212473 • £130.00 / $175.00 ePub 9781350212497 • £117.00 / $162.12 ePdf 9781350212480 • £117.00 / $162.12 Series: Bloomsbury Handbooks • Bloomsbury Academic

The Bloomsbury Handbook to the Medical-Environmental Humanities

Edited by Scott Slovic, Swarnalatha Rangarajan & Vidya Sarveswaran Bringing together two parallel and occasionally intersecting disciplines - the environmental and medical humanities - this field-defining handbook reveals our ecological predicament to be a simultaneous threat to human health. Featuring contributions from a range of interdisciplinary perspectives it adopts a truly global approach, examining contexts including, but not limited to, North America, India, the UK, Africa, Latin America, South Asia, Turkey and East Asia. In doing so, it touches on issues and approaches such as narrative medicine, ecoprecarity, toxicity, mental health, and contaminated environments from a variety of disciplinary perspectives, including literary studies, environmental ethics and philosophy, cultural history and sociology. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 448 pages HB 9781350197305 • £130.00 / $175.00 ePub 9781350197329 • £117.00 / $162.12 ePdf 9781350197312 • £117.00 / $162.12 Series: Bloomsbury Handbooks • Bloomsbury Academic

The Bloomsbury Handbook of Posthumanism

Edited by Mads Rosendahl Thomsen, Aarhus University, Denmark & Jacob Wamberg, Aarhus University, Denmark The most comprehensive survey of cutting edge contemporary scholarship on posthumanism in literature, culture and theory, this book covers: - Central critical concepts and approaches, including transhumanism, new materialism and the Anthropocene - Ethical perspectives on ecology, race, gender and disability - Technology, from data and artificial intelligence to medicine and genetics

L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Medical Humanities / Bloomsbury Handbooks

Bloomsbury Handbooks

- A wide range of genres and forms, from literary and science fiction, through film, television and music, to comics, video games and social media UK April 2022 • US April 2022 • 472 pages PB 9781350300644 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350090477 ePub 9781350090484 • £126.00 / $174.48 ePdf 9781350090491 • £126.00 / $174.48 Series: Bloomsbury Handbooks • Bloomsbury Academic

The Bloomsbury Handbook to Cold War Literary Cultures Edited by Greg Barnhisel

Adopting a unique historical approach to its subject, this book asks how the Cold War shaped literature and literary production, and how literature affected the course of the Cold War. Broad in its geographical range, it looks at works of mainstream British and American literary fiction from writers such as Roth, Updike and Bellow, as well as moving beyond the U.K. and U.S. to detail how writers and readers from Taiwan, Japan, Uganda, South Africa, India, Cuba, the USSR, and the Czech Republic engaged with and contributed to Anglo-American literary traditions and texts. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 464 pages • 10 bw illus HB 9781350191716 • £130.00 / $175.00 ePub 9781350191730 • £117.00 / $162.12 ePdf 9781350191723 • £117.00 / $162.12 Series: Bloomsbury Handbooks • Bloomsbury Academic

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L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Literature & Science / Literary Theory / Contemporary Literature

Narrative in the Age of the Genome

Norman N. Holland

Lara Choksey, University of Exeter, UK

Jeffrey Berman, University of Albany, USA

Genetic Worlds

This book is available as open access through the Bloomsbury Open Access programme and is available on www.bloomsburycollections.com. It is funded by the Wellcome Trust. An in-depth study of the impact of our understanding of what it means to be human on literature and culture, this book considers how new descriptions of biological value introduced through practices of genomic sequencing registered a broader crisis of narrative form. Examining texts by Doris Lessing, Kir Bulychev, Kazuo Ishiguro, Yaa Gyasi, and Jeff VanderMeer, Choksey casts new light on issues of racial, sexual and gender identities, neoliberal economics and environmental crisis. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 232 pages PB 9781350213845 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350102545 ePub 9781350102569 • £0.00 / $0.00 ePdf 9781350102552 • £0.00 / $0.00 Series: Explorations in Science and Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

Work, Word and the World Essays on Habitat, Culture and Environment

Susan Visvanathan, CSSS/SSS JNU, New Delhi, India This book brings forward the living practices of communities which are interlocked in time and space, where work and their cultures become intermeshed in different ways. As the world becomes increasingly vulnerable to climate change, organic farming, the search for water, the protection of lands and people from floods, are all real indexes of how urgent the task of recording people’s life worlds has become. It explores how human being remember the past, while creating new niches for the survival of their families and communities. It brings the pleasures of many cultures in conversation with one another, where dissonances may be accommodated. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 300 pages HB 9789354356841 • £85.00 / $115.00 ePub 9789354353819 • £76.50 / $105.78 ePdf 9789354359606 • £76.50 / $105.78 Bloomsbury Academic India World All Languages (excluding India/Indian subcontinent)

The Dean of American Psychoanalytic Literary Critics Norman Holland was unquestionably the leading twentieth-century American psychoanalytic literary critic. Long known as the Dean of American psychoanalytic literary critics, Holland produced an enormous body of scholarship that appeals to both neophytes in the field and advanced researchers, many of whom have been influenced by his writings. Jeffrey Berman analyzes all of Holland’s books, and many of his 250 scholarly articles, highlighting continuities and discontinuities in the critic’s thinking over time. Insofar as this text illuminates the evolving mind of a premier literary critic, it produces a parallel profile of the American reader, the primary object of Holland’s extensive work. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 296 pages PB 9781501373008 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501372964 ePub 9781501372971 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501372988 • £79.34 / $108.00 Series: Psychoanalytic Horizons • Bloomsbury Academic

Hyperbolic Realism

A Wild Reading of Pynchon's and Bolaño's Late Maximalist Fiction Samir Sellami, Hamburg Institute for Social Research, Germany What comes after postmodernism in literature? Hyperbolic Realism engages the contradiction that while it remains impossible to present a full picture of the world, assessing reality from a planetary perspective seems now more than ever an ethical obligation for contemporary literature. It examines the hyperbolic forms and features of Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day and Roberto Bolaño's 2666 – their discursive and material abundance, excessive fictionality, close intertwining of fantastic and historical genres, narrative doubt and spiraling uncertainty – which are deployed not as an escape from, but a plunge into reality. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 240 pages HB 9781501360497 • £80.00 / $120.00 ePub 9781501360503 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501360510 • £79.34 / $108.00 Bloomsbury Academic

Secrecy and Community in 21stCentury Fiction

Edited by María J. López, University of Córdoba, Spain & Pilar Villar-Argáiz, University of Granada, Spain This collection examines the centrality of secrets in a diverse and international range of contemporary literary works in English, focusing on their role in the construction and deconstruction of different forms of community. Drawing on thinkers such as Jacques Derrida, Georg Simmel, Matei Calinescu, Frank Kermode, Jean-Luc Nancy, Maurice Blanchot, Nicolas Abraham, Maria Torok and Byung-Chul Han, contributors outline the centrality of secrets in the construction of narrative sequence and meaning. Secrecy ultimately emerges as the language and space of illicit social bonds, forbidden identities and peripheral voices in the face of totalitarian forms of community. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 248 pages PB 9781501372193 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501365539 ePub 9781501365546 • £79.34 / $108.00 ePdf 9781501365553 • £79.34 / $108.00 Bloomsbury Academic

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Shakespeare and Adaptation

Joseph Candido, University of Arkansas, USA; Brian Vickers, The School of Advanced Study, University of London, UK

Mark Thornton Burnett, Queen's University Belfast, UK

King Lear

Shakespeare: The Critical Tradition Edited by Kevin J. Donovan, Middle Tennessee State University, USA This volume documents the reception and interpretation of Shakespeare's King Lear by critics, editors and general readers from the late 18th to the early 20th centuries. Following an introduction which provides an historical account of the play’s critical reception from the earliest times to the present day, the volume presents a selection of original documents, together with contextual head notes and biographical sketches of the authors. The chronological arrangement of the text-excerpts engages the readers in a direct and unbiased dialogue, whereas the introduction offers a critical evaluation from a current stance, including modern theories and methods. UK October 2022 • US October 2022 • 480 pages HB 9781350128415 • £130.00 / $175.00 ePub 9781350128422 • £117.00 / $162.12 ePdf 9781350128439 • £117.00 / $162.12 Series: Shakespeare: The Critical Tradition • The Arden Shakespeare

Hamlet

Shakespeare: The Critical Tradition, Volume 2 Edited by Marvin W. Hunt, North Carolina State University, USA A companion to Volume 1, Volume 2 presents key critical accounts of Hamlet from 1885-1964. It offers both critical opinions about the play across the centuries and an evaluation of their positions within and their impact on the reception of the play. The volume features criticism from leading literary figures, such as Sigmund Freud, T.S. Eliot, A.C. Bradley, Helena Faucit Saville and Matthew Arnold. The chronological arrangement of the textexcerpts engages the readers in a direct and unbiased dialogue, whereas the introduction offers a critical evaluation from a current stance, including modern theories and methods. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 448 pages HB 9781350002159 • £130.00 / $175.00 ePub 9781350287389 • £117.00 / $162.12 ePdf 9781350287396 • £117.00 / $162.12 Series: Shakespeare: The Critical Tradition • The Arden Shakespeare

Romeo and Juliet, Adaptation and the Arts 'Cut Him Out in Little Stars'

Edited by Julia Reinhard Lupton, University of California, Irvine, USA & Ariane Helou, UCLA, USA Romeo and Juliet is the most produced, translated, and re-mixed of all of Shakespeare’s plays. This volume takes up the diverse iconographic, linguistic and performance layers already at work within it and tracks the play’s dispersal into neighboring art forms and geographical locations. In Part One chapters explore adaptations ranging across ballet, opera, television, and architecture; in Part Two case studies explore the reception, adaptation and translation of Shakespeare's play in Mexico, India and Korea and the diverse intents and effects these have had under differing regimes. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 256 pages • 7 bw illus HB 9781350109209 • £75.00 / $100.00 ePub 9781350109216 • £67.50 / $93.42 ePdf 9781350109223 • £67.50 / $93.42 Series: Shakespeare and Adaptation • The Arden Shakespeare

Lockdown Shakespeare

New Evolutions in Performance and Adaptation Edited by Gemma Kate Allred, University of Neuchatel, Switzerland, Benjamin Broadribb, The Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, UK & Erin Sullivan, The Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, UK Theatre-makers turned to the Shakespearean canon repeatedly during 2020's global pandemic, just as they have over the centuries during times of crisis and historical significance. This edited collection offers the first in-depth academic analysis and sourcebook for 'lockdown Shakespeare', bringing together both established and new international voices from a range of disciplines. Combining scholarly analysis with interviews with theatre makers and artists discussing their work, this is the definitive work on the evolution and adaptation of Shakespeare online during the COVID-19 pandemic. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 304 pages • 12 bw illus HB 9781350247802 • £80.00 / $110.00 ePub 9781350247819 • £72.00 / $100.29 ePdf 9781350247826 • £72.00 / $100.29 Series: Shakespeare and Adaptation • The Arden Shakespeare

Hamlet

Shakespeare: The Critical Tradition, Volume 1 Edited by Hardin Aasand, Indiana-Purdue University Fort Wayne, USA This new volume in Shakespeare: The Critical Tradition increases our knowledge of how Shakespeare’s plays were received and understood by critics, editors and general readers. It traces the course of Hamlet criticism, from the earliest items of recorded criticism to the latter half of the Victorian period (while Volume 2 covers 1885-1964). Thus the volume makes a major contribution to our understanding of the play and of the traditions of Shakespearean criticism surrounding it as they have developed from century to century. The introduction constitutes an important chapter of literary history, tracing the critical career of Hamlet in the period. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 448 pages HB 9781474257015 • £130.00 / $175.00 ePub 9781350287365 • £117.00 / $162.12 ePdf 9781350287372 • £117.00 / $162.12 Series: Shakespeare: The Critical Tradition • The Arden Shakespeare

Women and Indian Shakespeares Edited by Mark Thornton Burnett, Queen's University Belfast, UK, Thea Buckley, Queen’s University Belfast, UK, Sangeeta Datta, Independent filmmaker & Rosa García-Periago, University of Murcia, Spain

This collection of essays explores the multiple ways in which women are, and have been, engaged with Shakespeare in India from the 18th century to the present. Uncovering a unique history of women as creators of Shakespeare in an Indian milieu, it spotlights the ways in which women are figured in Indian Shakespeares – as resistant agents, marital seductresses, redemptive daughters, fetishized objects, victims of caste discrimination, conflicted spaces and global citizens.

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Shakespeare: The Critical Tradition

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How to Direct Shakespeare Adrian Noble

Steeped in the wisdom and expertise of one of the great Shakespearean directors of our age, How to Direct Shakespeare equips you to direct any text. It guides you through each step of a production, from conception to final presentation to an audience, and along the way covers close analysis of the text, creating your vision for the production as you collaborate with the design team, cast the play and work with actors in rehearsal, and the encounter with the audience as you open your production. With detailed examples from his own practice, this is an inspirational and practical guide. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 224 pages • 4 bw illus PB 9781350231238 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781350231245 • £65.00 / $90.00 ePub 9781350231252 • £17.99 / $24.72 ePdf 9781350231269 • £17.99 / $24.72 The Arden Shakespeare

Money and Magic in Early Modern Drama

Edited by David Hawkes, Arizona State University, USA This volume considers three ideological forces in early modern England: money, magic and the theatre. Part One considers an array of figures ranging from Plautus through John Lyly to Christopher Marlowe, while remaining focused on the nexus of money and magic. Part Two concentrates on Shakespeare, whose diagnosis of the relations between finance, witchcraft and the stage is explored in Timon of Athens, The Tempest and A Winter’s Tale. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 288 pages HB 9781350247048 • £75.00 / $100.00 ePub 9781350247055 • £67.50 / $93.42 ePdf 9781350247062 • £67.50 / $93.42 Series: Arden Studies in Early Modern Drama • The Arden Shakespeare

Arden Shakespeare Intersections Farah Karim-Cooper; Sonia Massai; Lucy Munro; Gordon McMullan all of King's College London, UK

Shakespeare / Sex

Shakespeare / Sense

Edited by Jennifer Drouin, McGill University, Canada

Edited by Simon Smith, University of Birmingham, UK

Contemporary Readings in Gender and Sexuality

Shakespeare / Sex interrogates the relationship between Shakespeare and sex, challenging readers to consider Shakespeare’s texts in light of the most recent theoretical approaches to gender and sexuality studies. It takes as its premise that gender and sexuality studies are key to any interpretation of Shakespeare, be it his texts and their historical contexts, contemporary stage and cinematic productions, or adaptations from the Restoration to the present day. Approaching “sex” through four main perspectives - heterosexuality, third-wave intersectional feminism, queer studies, and trans studies - this book tackles a number of hot topics. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 344 pages PB 9781350328815 • £34.99 / $47.95 Previously published in HB 9781350108554 ePub 9781350108561 • £126.00 / $174.48 ePdf 9781350108578 • £126.00 / $174.48 Series: Arden Shakespeare Intersections • The Arden Shakespeare

Contemporary Readings in Sensory Culture

Shakespeare | Sense explores the intersection of Shakespeare and sensory studies, asking what sensation can tell us about early modern drama and poetry, and, conversely, how Shakespeare explores the senses in his literary craft, his fictional worlds and his stagecraft. A substantive volume, edited by leading and emerging scholars working at the cutting edge of the field, with 15 chapters reflecting on the current state of Shakespearean intersection around the issues and ideas of sense, the essays provide inventive reflections, suggestions for future directions for the field, and interdisciplinary engagements. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 400 pages PB 9781350333260 • £34.99 / $47.95 Previously published in HB 9781474273237 ePub 9781474273244 • £126.00 / $174.48 ePdf 9781474273251 • £126.00 / $174.48 Series: Arden Shakespeare Intersections • The Arden Shakespeare

The Arden Shakespeare Handbooks The Arden Research Handbook of Contemporary Shakespeare Criticism Edited by Evelyn Gajowski, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, USA

The Arden Research Handbook of Shakespeare and Social Justice

Edited by David Ruiter, University of Texas at El Paso, USA

This authoritative guide contains chapters on over 20 specific critical practices to Shakespeare, each grounded in analysis of a play. These practices range from foundational approaches including character studies, close reading and genre studies, through the critical practices that emerged in the 1970s and 80s including feminist, Marxist and psychoanalytic theories. Approaches drawn from postcolonial, queer studies and race studies, besides more recent topics including disability studies, global studies and the digital humanities all receive detailed treatment.

Across four sections this authoritative guide explores the relevance and responsibility of art to the real world - to the significant teaching and learning, performance and practice, theory and economies that not only expand the discussion of literature and theatre, but also open the gate of engagement between the life of the mind and lived experience. The collection draws from noted scholars, writers, and practitioners from around the globe to assert the power of art to question, disrupt and re-invigorate questions of social justice today.

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A Selection of Japanese Theatrical Adaptations of Shakespeare

Coriolanus: A Critical Reader

Edited by Liam E. Semler, University of Sydney, Australia

An anthology of three exciting Japanese adaptations of King Lear, Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet that engage with issues such as changing family values, racial diversity, the 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake and terrorism, together with a contextualizing introduction.

Coriolanus is the last and most intriguing of Shakespeare’s Roman tragedies. This Critical Reader opens up the extraordinary range of interpretation the play has elicited over the centuries and offers exciting new directions for scholarship. With a timeline of key events relating to the play, substantial chapters survey the scholarly reaction to the play over four centuries, the history of Coriolanus on stage and the current research and thinking about the play. The second half of the volume comprises four ‘New Directions’ chapters addressing: philosophy; gender, affect and rhetoric; computational analysis and presentism.

UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 328 pages • 6 bw illus PB 9781350212008 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350116245 ePub 9781350116252 • £67.50 / $93.42 ePdf 9781350116269 • £67.50 / $93.42 The Arden Shakespeare

UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 312 pages • 8 bw illus PB 9781350213654 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350111196 ePub 9781350111202 • £67.50 / $93.42 ePdf 9781350111219 • £67.50 / $93.42 Series: Arden Early Modern Drama Guides • The Arden Shakespeare

Edited by Tetsuhito Motoyama, Waseda University, Japan, Rosalind Fielding, Shakespeare Institute, University of Birmingham, UK & Fumiaki Konno, Meiji University, Japan

Migrating Shakespeare

First European Encounters, Routes and Networks Edited by Janet Clare, University of Bristol, UK & Dominique Goy-Blanquet, University of Picardie, France This volume unearths the buried histories and unexpected paths by which Shakespeare entered European consciousness, contributing to national cultures and in some cases - nation building. International scholars examine decisive, inaugurative moments in the reception of Shakespeare, exploring routes of migration, accommodation and relationships with native literary and theatrical traditions. Each essay offers a detailed account and analysis of the history, conditions and reception of Shakespeare within cultural contexts and consciousness. It reveals how Shakespeare has mediated between cultures and assumed international status. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 312 pages PB 9781350213852 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350103283 ePub 9781350103290 • £67.50 / $93.42 ePdf 9781350103306 • £67.50 / $93.42 Series: Global Shakespeare Inverted • The Arden Shakespeare

Shakespeare and Animals A Dictionary

Karen Raber, University of Mississippi, USA & Karen Edwards, University of Exeter, UK This encyclopaedic account of animals in Shakespeare's plays and poems provides readers with a much-needed resource by which to navigate the recent outpouring of critical and historical work on the topic. This dictionary extends its coverage to include insects, fish and mythic creatures, as well as the places, practices and lore pertaining to all animal-oriented experiences of early modern life. The volume is a new tool for instructors, but is also a resource for critics and scholars in the many disciplines engaged with animal studies, posthumanist theory, ecostudies and cultural studies. UK August 2022 • US August 2022 • 448 pages HB 9781350002531 • £130.00 / $175.00 ePub 9781350002524 • £117.00 / $162.12 ePdf 9781350002517 • £117.00 / $162.12 Series: Arden Shakespeare Dictionaries • The Arden Shakespeare

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Jessica Leigh Hester, Freelance writer, USA Jessica Leigh Hester leads readers through the system humans have created to deal with our own waste, and argues that sewers can be seen as a mirror to the world above at a time when our behaviors are drastically reshaping the environment for the worse. What can underground pipes tell us about human eating habits and the spread or containment of disease, such as COVID-19? Why are sewers spitting out plastic and trash into waterways around the world? How are clogs getting gnarlier and more numerous? Sifting through the muck offers a fresh way to approach questions about urbanization, public health, infrastructure, ecology, sustainability, and consumerism—and what we value. Without understanding sewers, any attempt to steward the future is incomplete. UK September 2022 • US September 2022 • 160 pages PB 9781501379505 • £9.99 / $14.95 ePub 9781501379512 • £10.18 / $13.45 ePdf 9781501379529 • £10.18 / $13.45 Series: Object Lessons • Bloomsbury Academic

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Jonathan Russell Clark, Freelance Writer, USA How did the skateboard go from a fad like the hula-hoop to an Olympic sport? Writer and skateboarder Jonathan Russell Clark's Skateboard answers this question by going straight to the sources: the skaters and company owners and manufacturers who made such an unlikely rise to worldwide juggernaut possible. As the stuntwood (as it’s often referred to) has never had, like other sports and subjects, dedicated historians, the real history of skating exists in a hodgepodge. From California beaches to Tokyo 2020, the skateboard has outlasted its critics to form a global community of innovation, persistence, and camaraderie. UK July 2022 • US July 2022 • 160 pages • 10 bw illus PB 9781501367489 • £9.99 / $14.95 ePub 9781501367496 • £10.18 / $13.45 ePdf 9781501367502 • £10.18 / $13.45 Series: Object Lessons • Bloomsbury Academic

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