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Literary Studies New Books Catalogue

January-June 2020


Contents Object Lessons ��������������������������������������������������������������� 1

EBooks Ebook availability is indicated under each book entry:

Creative Writing ������������������������������������������������������������� 3

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Publishing ����������������������������������������������������������������������� 3

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General Interest ������������������������������������������������������������� 4 Comics and Children's Literature ����������������������������������� 4 English Studies ��������������������������������������������������������������� 5 Reference ����������������������������������������������������������������������� 5 Modernism ��������������������������������������������������������������������� 6 Literature and the Environment ������������������������������������� 8 German Studies ������������������������������������������������������������� 9 Religion and Literature ��������������������������������������������������� 9 African and Asian Literature ����������������������������������������� 10 Translation ������������������������������������������������������������������� 10 North American Literature ������������������������������������������� 11 South American Literature ������������������������������������������� 12 British Literature ����������������������������������������������������������� 12 European Literature ����������������������������������������������������� 13 Psychoanalytic Horizons ����������������������������������������������� 13

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Literary Theory / Comparative Literature ��������������������� 14 Contemporary Literature ��������������������������������������������� 16

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Series Editors: Christopher Schaberg, Loyola University, USA and Ian Bogost, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Coffee

Dinah Lenney, Los Angeles Review of Books, USA

Compact Disc

Robert Barry, Institute of Contemporary Music Performance, London, UK

Coffee—it’s the thing that gets us through, and over, and around. The thing—the beverage, the break, the ritual we choose to slow ourselves down or speed ourselves up. Coffee goes to lifestyle, and character, and sensibility: where do we buy it, how do we brew it, how strong can we take it? How often, how hot, how cold? How does coffee remind us, stir us, comfort us? But Coffee is about more than coffee: it’s a personal history and a promise to self; in her confrontation with the hours (with time—big picture, little picture), Dinah Lenney faces head on the challenges of growing older and carrying on.

The story of the compact disc is also the story of the end of physical media. For in the passage from analogue media, like records and tapes, to digital media, like CDs, something changed in the nature of media and in the relationship we have with music. Music became code, a sequence of 1s and 0s. A flow of pure information. The material structure of the medium itself was always supposed to disappear. But the physical has proved to possess an uncanny knack for returning. Today the CD persists – a zombie medium, still popular amongst certain avantgarde record labels and Japanese consumers. Against all the odds, the spectre endures.

UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 160 pages PB 9781501344350 • £9.99 / $14.95 Individual eBook 9781501344367 Library eBook 9781501344374 Series: Object Lessons • Bloomsbury Academic

UK March 2020 • US March 2020 • 160 pages PB 9781501348518 • £9.99 / $14.95 Individual eBook 9781501348525 Library eBook 9781501348532 Series: Object Lessons • Bloomsbury Academic

Ocean

Steve Mentz, St John’s University, USA The ocean comprises the largest object on our planet. Steve Mentz's Ocean shows us that retelling human history from an oceanic rather than terrestrial point of view disorients familiar stories and creates a new sense of our relationship with nature. Unlike conventional stories that describe civilizations made through agricultural settlement or violent conquest, in the ocean humans labor more vulnerably as either sailors or swimmers. Our engagement with the planet’s waters can be destructive, as with today’s deluge of plastic trash and acidification, but the discrepancy between small bodies and vast seas also emphasizes the frailty of human experience. Embracing the omnipresence of salt water in human history, Ocean combines history, myth, poetry, and narrative in order to revise the human story on a nonhuman scale. UK March 2020 • US March 2020 • 160 pages PB 9781501348631 • £9.99 / $14.95 Individual eBook 9781501348648 Library eBook 9781501348655 Series: Object Lessons • Bloomsbury Academic

Bulletproof Vest

Kenneth R. Rosen, Staff Writer, The New York Times "Nothing's bulletproof," the salesman said. "The thing's only bullet resistant." The New York Times reporter Kenneth R. Rosen had just purchased his first Kevlar vest and was headed off on assignment in Iraq. He was travelling into Mosul when he came to realize that the idea of a bulletproof vest is more effective than the vest itself. What Rosen learned through an intimate use of his bulletproof vest was that it acts as a metaphor for all the precautions we take toward digital, physical, and social security: at its most extreme, bulletproof vests represent a human desire to forge ahead, never yielding to uncertainty or worry. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 160 pages PB 9781501353024 • £9.99 / $14.95 Individual eBook 9781501353031 Library eBook 9781501353048 Series: Object Lessons • Bloomsbury Academic

C U LT U R A L S T U D I E S

Object Lessons

Cell Tower

Steven E. Jones, University of South Florida, USA The cell tower is a gigantic object we rarely see, effectively invisible, at the periphery of our vision but at the center of everyday experience. Cropping up everywhere, whether steel latticework or tapered monopoles, encrusted with fiberglass antennas, cell towers raise up high into the air the communications equipment that channels our calls, texts, and downloads. For security reasons, their locations are never advertised. But it’s our romantic notions of connectivity that hide them in plain sight. We want the network to be invisible, ethereal, and ubiquitous: the cell tower stands as a challenge to these desires. UK March 2020 • US March 2020 • 160 pages PB 9781501348815 • £9.99 / $14.95 Individual eBook 9781501348808 Library eBook 9781501348792 Series: Object Lessons • Bloomsbury Academic

Bird

Erik Anderson, Franklin & Marshall College, USA "Hope," as Emily Dickinson famously wrote, "is the thing with feathers." But Erik Anderson regards our obsession with birds as too sentimental, too precious or romantic. Birds don’t express hope. They express themselves. But this tension between the various versions of nature that lodge in our minds and the realities that surround us is the central concern of Bird. Anderson investigates our natural and metaphorical affinity for avifauna--our desire to confer on birds, as objects, human qualities like hope. UK March 2020 • US March 2020 • 160 pages PB 9781501353352 • £9.99 / $14.95 Individual eBook 9781501353369 Library eBook 9781501353376 Series: Object Lessons • Bloomsbury Academic

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C U LT U R A L S T U D I E S

Object Lessons Environment

Rolf Halden, Arizona State University, USA Environment is an urgently needed stealth lesson in chemistry and sustainability in the run-up to the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. It addresses our avoidance of the physical realities of consumer choices and the resulting health effects for individuals, populations and the global ecosystems humanity depends upon. Eminent scientist Rolf Halden makes ‘the environment’ personal, newly mysterious, and emotionally engaging. Through a combination of personal narrative and creative storytelling, Halden creates a sense of wonder and appreciation for our planet whilst also making clear the genuine urgency to preserve the habitable space we are privileged to occupy and accustomed to take for granted. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 160 pages PB 9781501361906 • £9.99 / $14.95 Individual eBook 9781501361913 Library eBook 9781501361920 Series: Object Lessons • Bloomsbury Academic

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Beyond Craft

Edited by Sean Prentiss, Norwich University, USA & Nicole Walker, Northern Arizona University, USA

Steve Westbrook & James Ryan

The Brain Behind Creative Nonfiction

Bringing together a diverse range of writers, The Science of Story is the first book to ask the question: what can contemporary brain science teach us about the art and craft of creative nonfiction writing? It asks questions such as why do humans tell stories; how do we remember and misremember our lives; what is the value of writing about trauma; how do stories make us laugh, or cry? Contributors: Nancer Ballard, Mike Branch, Frank Bures, J.T. Bushnell, Katharine Coles, Christopher Cokinos, Lawrence Lenhart, Alan Lightman, Dave Madden, Jessuca Hendry Nelson, Richard Powers, Julie Wittes Schlack, Valerie Sweeney Prince, Ira Sukrungruang. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 208 pages PB 9781350084247 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781350083882 • £65.00 / $90.00 Individual eBook 9781350083905 Library eBook 9781350083899 Bloomsbury Academic

Publishing for Libraries

At the Dawn of the Digital Age Charles Chadwyck-Healey Since the 1960s, Sir Charles Chadwyck-Healey has been at the forefront of library publishing. In this wide ranging book, Chadwyck-Healey charts his personal history of this constantly changing field, from the earliest days of reprint publishing, through microfilm, microfiche and CD-ROM publishing to the current digital age. Taking in leading publishing endeavours around the world – in the USA, UK, Europe and post-Soviet Russia – the book includes vivid and informative first-hand accounts of such landmark publishing projects as the US National Security Archives, the manuscript index of the British Library and Literature Online (LION). UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 304 pages • 18 bw illus HB 9781350120945 • £90.00 / $120.00 Individual eBook 9781350120969 Library eBook 9781350120952 Bloomsbury Academic

An Anti-Handbook for Creative Writers Simultaneously a handbook and a meta critique of one, Beyond Craft combines an orientation to the field of creative writing with original scholarship on the very limitations of creative writing pedagogy. Teaching the craft whilst apprising students of the issues of craft pedagogy, this book allows them to gain an awareness of how current pedagogy comes at the expense of larger and increasingly relevant cultural concerns. The authors bring writers into the larger conversations that define their field so that they can contextualize their own experiences in relation to the discipline of writing. UK August 2020 • US August 2020 • 224 pages • 20 bw illus PB 9781350152021 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781350119451 • £65.00 / $90.00 Individual eBook 9781350119475 Library eBook 9781350119468 Series: Research in Creative Writing • Bloomsbury Academic

Book Presence in a Digital Age

Edited by Kiene Brillenburg Wurth, University of Utrecht, The Netherlands, Kári Driscoll, Utrecht University, The Netherlands & Jessica Pressman, San Diego State University, USA Book Presence in a Digital Age explores the resilience and resurgence of print literatures, book art, and zines in the late age of print within both a contemporary and a historical perspective. Even as they focus on the materiality of books as bodies of literary writing in the present, the contributors seek to understand these present developments by considering them in the light of earlier “moments” of media transition. Book Presence in a Digital Age offers a new outlook on media plurality and divergence in the present, as well as on the resilience of books and paper as bearers of the literary.

L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Creative Writing / Publishing

The Science of Story

UK December 2019 • US December 2019 • 280 pages • 10 color illus PB 9781501360978 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501321184 Individual eBook 9781501321191 Library eBook 9781501321207 Bloomsbury Academic

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L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – General Interest / Comics and Children's Literature

Liberalism and Education

Forgetfulness

Francis O'Gorman, University of Edinburgh, UK

Francis O'Gorman, University of Edinburgh, UK

The Monopoly of an Idea

Francis O’Gorman examines the damaging consequences of a liberalism that seems almost obligatory within modern western universities and in literature and art. In the 20th century what had been open-minded inquiry gradually gathered an assumption that judgment, particularly moral judgment, had no part in a university education. Liberal values became the norm but the costs were not considered, including the rise of populism and nationalism. Because liberals have insisted that intolerance is morally unacceptable, the only forms of intolerance that we can now perceive are extreme. Liberalism has handed to the extremists the only realistic option for taking a different view. UK June 2020 • US June 2020 • 192 pages HB 9781501336799 • £20.00 / $19.95 Individual eBook 9781501336805 Library eBook 9781501336812 Bloomsbury Academic World English

Conan Doyle's Wide World Sherlock Holmes and Beyond Andrew Lycett Arthur Conan Doyle was not simply the creator of the world’s greatest detective; he was also an intrepid traveller and extraordinary travel writer. His descriptions of the journeys and adventures which took him over oceans to the Arctic and the Alps, and throughout Africa, Australia and North America, are full of insight, humour and exceptional evocations of place. For the first time, Andrew Lycett, Conan Doyle’s celebrated biographer, has illuminated this side of the great crime writer’s nature by gathering these captivating travelogues together. UK February 2020 • US April 2020 • 256 pages • 2 x 8pp plate sections HB 9781788312066 • £20.00 / $28.00 Individual eBook 9781786725738 Library eBook 9781786735737 Tauris Parke

"Forgetfulness is for anyone who wants to remember what it is like to read an intelligent and provocative book." Robert Hewison, cultural historian This is a book about modern culture and its profound rejection of the past. It charts emergence of the idea that what's important in human life and work is what will happen in the future. Forgetfulness asks what the absence of history does to our sense of purpose, as well as what belonging both to time and place might mean in cultures without a memory. It is written in praise of the best achievements and deeds of the past, but is also an expression of profound anxiety about what forgetting them is doing to us. UK February 2020 • US February 2020 • 200 pages • 1 b/w illustration PB 9781501362064 • £11.99 / $15.95 Previously published in HB 9781501324697 Individual eBook 9781501324703 Library eBook 9781501324710 Bloomsbury Academic

Children's and Young Adult Comics Gwen Athene Tarbox, Western Michigan University, USA

A complete critical guide to the genre, Children’s and Young Adult Comics helps readers explore how comics have engaged with one of their most crucial audiences. In an accessible and easy-to-navigate format, the book covers such topics as: the history of comics for children and young adults; cultural contexts; key texts – from familiar favourites like Peanuts and Archie Comics to children’s Manga and YA graphic novels; important theoretical and critical approaches. The book includes a glossary of critical terms, guides to further reading and online resources and discussion questions to help readers explore these genres for themselves. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 208 pages • 10 bw illus PB 9781350009196 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781350009202 • £65.00 / $90.00 Individual eBook 9781350009219 Library eBook 9781350009226 Series: Bloomsbury Comics Studies • Bloomsbury Academic

Webcomics

Sean Kleefeld, Independent Scholar, USA The first critical overview of digital comics and cartoon strips, Webcomics helps readers explore the diverse and increasingly popular worlds of online comics. The book includes theoretical and critical approaches and covers topics such as the history of webcomics; cultural contexts ranging from new financial and business models to social justice themes; and key texts including Girl Genius, Penny Arcade, Empathize This and Dumbing of Age. Webcomics includes a glossary of crucial critical terms, annotated guides to further reading, and online resources and discussion questions to help readers develop their understanding of the genre and pursue independent study. UK June 2020 • US June 2020 • 256 pages PB 9781350028173 • £23.99 / $32.95 • HB 9781350028180 • £80.00 / $110.00 Individual eBook 9781350028197 Library eBook 9781350028203 Series: Bloomsbury Comics Studies • Bloomsbury Academic

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Making the Modern Culture of Amnesia

Fashioning Alice

The Career of Lewis Carroll's Icon, 18601901 Kiera Vaclavik, Queen Mary, University of London, UK Fashioning Alice is the first book to chart the history of Alice as a style icon from the Victorian period to today. Kiera Vaclavik here traces the evolution of Alice’s visual identity and the ways in which Alice has been dressed in print, visual culture and performance back to Carroll’s own day. Beyond that, the book also draws on historical sources to examine non-professional performance and play not only in the UK but also in the USA, Japan and Australia. Illustrated throughout with 90 images of Alice in fashion, Fashioning Alice is a ground-breaking study of the character’s many afterlives. UK June 2020 • US June 2020 • 240 pages • 89 bw illus PB 9781350148840 • £19.99 / $26.95 Previously published in HB 9781474290388 Individual eBook 9781474290395 Library eBook 9781474290401 Series: Bloomsbury Perspectives on Children's Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

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Tonya Krouse, Northern Kentucky University, USA & Tamara F. O'Callaghan, Northern Kentucky University, USA Introducing English Studies takes students new to the field through the major fields of English Studies today, including: history of English language and linguistics; Literature and literary criticism; cinema and new media studies; composition and rhetoric; creative and professional writing; critical theory; English education and digital humanities. Each chapter is organized around the central questions of the field that students will need to engage with and includes case studies demonstrating how assignments might be approached plus annotated guides to further reading. A glossary of key critical terms helps readers locate essential definitions quickly when studying, revising or writing essays. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 256 pages PB 9781350055407 • £17.99 / $24.95 • HB 9781350055414 • £55.00 / $75.00 Individual eBook 9781350055421 Library eBook 9781350055438 Bloomsbury Academic

The Bloomsbury Handbook to Octavia E. Butler Edited by Gregory J. Hampton, Howard University, USA & Kendra R. Parker, Hope College, USA

Bringing together leading and emerging scholars and covering her complete works from the bestselling novel Kindred, to her short stories and major novel sequences, this is the most comprehensive available reference Companion to the work of the science fiction writer Octavia E. Butler. The Bloomsbury Handbook to Octavia E. Butler covers a wide range of themes and topics, including: Afrofuturism; Cyborgs and the posthuman; Race and African American history; Gender and sexuality; Religious, Environmental and Disability Studies perspectives; New discoveries from the Butler archives. UK March 2020 • US March 2020 • 432 pages • 7 bw illus HB 9781350079632 • £130.00 / $175.00 Individual eBook 9781350079656 Library eBook 9781350079649 Bloomsbury Academic

The Reception of Samuel Butler in Europe Edited by Elinor Shaffer, University of London, UK, Cristiano Turbil, University of Brighton, UK & Jim Paradis

The Reception of Samuel Butler in Europe is the first book to systematically survey Samuel Butler’s impact and reception on 19thcentury literary, scientific and philosophical debates across Europe. With chapters written by leading international scholars, this book explores the ways in which Butler’s works – his photographs and critical writings as well as his novels – have been translated, published, read, reviewed and discussed throughout Europe from the author’s own time to the present. The book also includes a comprehensive timeline of Butler’s reception in Europe and bibliographies of major translations in each of the countries covered. UK June 2020 • US June 2020 • 320 pages HB 9781474292580 • £150.00 / $202.00 Individual eBook 9781474292597 Library eBook 9781474292603 Series: The Reception of British and Irish Authors in Europe • Bloomsbury Academic

The Handbook to the Bloomsbury Group

Edited by Derek Ryan, University of Kent, UK & Stephen Ross, University of Victoria, Canada "This collection reminds one that the reverberations of Bloomsbury are still felt in every aspect of modern society, from the arts (including literature, painting, textiles, pottery, and museum acquisitions) to politics and economics, and even social policy. Summing Up: Essential." - CHOICE The Handbook to the Bloomsbury Group is the most comprehensive available survey of contemporary scholarship on the Bloomsbury Group and explores new avenues of scholarship opened up by the new modernist studies. The influential group of writers and thinkers included, among others, Virginia and Leonard Woolf, E.M. Forster, John Maynard Keynes, Vanessa Bell and Mulk Raj Anand. UK June 2020 • US June 2020 • 328 pages • 10 bw illus PB 9781350143654 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350014916 Individual eBook 9781350014923 Library eBook 9781350014930 Bloomsbury Academic

The Making of Samuel Beckett's Play/Comedie and Film Olga Beloborodova, Universiteit Antwerpen, Belgium

Beckett’s play Play / Comédie and his only film, Film, were written around the same time (19621963). Although medium-specific opportunities and challenges underlie their very different geneses, they have influenced each other in both form and content. Both works are grounded in technology and rely on explanatory notes for the members of their production teams, thus exposing the inherently collaborative nature of such projects. The genetic critical analysis of the manuscripts of Play / Comédie and Film not only contributes to the interpretation of each work separately but considers the two works together through the prism of Beckett’s multimedial authorship.

L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – English Studies / Reference

Introducing English Studies

UK November 2019 • US November 2019 • 352 pages PB 9781472534965 • £45.00 / $61.00 Series: The Beckett Manuscript Project • Bloomsbury Academic World English (excluding Belgium/Luxembourg/Netherlands)

The Fifth Notebook of Dylan Thomas Annotated Manuscript Edition Dylan Thomas Edited by John Goodby, Swansea University, UK & Adrian Osbourne, Swansea University, UK Annotated throughout and including facsimiles and full transcripts, this book makes available to readers and researchers the full contents of Dylan Thomas's newly discovered "fifth notebook" of draft early poems. Exploring the contexts of these 19 draft poems – many substantially different from the final published texts – this landmark publication sheds new light on the creative practice of one of the most popular and important poets of the 20thcentury. UK June 2020 • US June 2020 • 224 pages HB 9781350103832 • £50.00 / $68.00 Individual eBook 9781350103849 Library eBook 9781350103856 Series: Modernist Archives • Bloomsbury Academic World English

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

Historicizing Modernism Series Editors: Erik Tonning, University of Bergen, Norway and Matthew Feldman, University of York, UK

Samuel Beckett and Experimental Psychology Perception, Attention, Imagery

Joshua Powell, Cardiff University, UK Samuel Beckett and Experimental Psychology is an innovative study of the author’s engagement with key concepts in early experimental psychology and rapidly developing scientific ideas about perception, attention and mental imagery. Through innovative new readings of Beckett’s later dramatic and prose works, the book reveals the links between his aesthetic method and the methodologies of experimental psychology through the 20th century. Covering important later works including Happy Days, Not I and Footfalls, this book sheds new light on Beckett’s depictions of the workings of the embodied mind. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 208 pages HB 9781350091726 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9781350091740 Library eBook 9781350091733 Series: Historicizing Modernism • Bloomsbury Academic

Modernist Lives

Biography and Autobiography at Leonard and Virginia Woolf's Hogarth Press Claire Battershill, Simon Fraser University, Canada Focusing on the biographies and autobiographies published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf's Hogarth Press from 1917-1946, Battershill shows the importance of publishing history in understanding modernist literary work and culture. Modernist Lives draws on the press's archival material to show how the Woolfs' literary theories were expressed in all aspects of their publishing: their marketing strategies, editorial practices and the literary composition of their acquisitions. Featuring the works of figures like Christopher Isherwood, Henry Green, Viola Tree, Vita Sackville-West and the Woolfs, Battershill illuminates the history of Hogarth books from their initial solicitation to their reception by readers and critics. UK October 2019 • US October 2019 • 248 pages PB 9781350134232 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350043817 Individual eBook 9781350043831 Library eBook 9781350043848 Series: Historicizing Modernism • Bloomsbury Academic

Understanding Adorno, Understanding Modernism

Edited by Robin Truth Goodman, Florida State University, USA Understanding Adorno, Understanding Modernism traces Adorno’s social and aesthetic ideas as they appear and reappear in his corpus. As per other volumes in the series, this book is divided into three parts. The first, “Adorno’s Keywords,” is organized by the aesthetic terms around which Adorno’s philosophy circulates. The second section is devoted to “Adorno and Aesthetics.” While Adorno’s philosophical viewpoints influenced modernism’s evolution into the twenty-first century, the history of modernist aesthetics also shaped his philosophical approaches. The third and final part, “Adorno’s Constellations,” discusses how aesthetic form in Adorno’s thinking underlies the terms of his social analysis. UK June 2020 • US June 2020 • 288 pages HB 9781501342950 • £95.00 / $130.00 Individual eBook 9781501342967 Library eBook 9781501342974 Series: Understanding Philosophy, Understanding Modernism • Bloomsbury Academic

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Samuel Beckett in Confinement The Politics of Closed Space

James Little, Masaryk University, Czech Republic Prisons appear again and again in Samuel Beckett’s work – from the literal asylum central to Watt to the metaphors of confinement that appear throughout the prose and dramatic works such as Waiting for Godot. Drawing on spatial theory and new archival research, Samuel Beckett in Confinement explores these recurring ideas of confinement to cast new light on the ethical and political dimensions of Beckett’s work. Covering the full range of Beckett’s writing, the book shows how this engagement with the ethics of representing prisons and asylums stands at the heart of his poetics. UK May 2020 • US May 2020 • 256 pages • 13 bw illus HB 9781350112322 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9781350112346 Library eBook 9781350112339 Series: Historicizing Modernism • Bloomsbury Academic

The Politics of 1930s British Literature Education, Class, Gender

Natasha Periyan, Falmouth University, UK Drawing on a rich array of archival sources and historical detail, The Politics of 1930s British Literature tells the story of a school-minded decade and illuminates new readings of the politics and aesthetics of 1930s literature. In a period of shifting political claims, educational policy shaped writers’ social and gender ideals. This book explores how a wide array of writers including Virginia Woolf, W.H. Auden, George Orwell, Winifred Holtby and Graham Greene were informed by their pedagogic work. It considers the ways in which education influenced writers’ analysis of literary style and their conception of future literary forms. UK December 2019 • US December 2019 • 296 pages PB 9781350143210 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350019843 Individual eBook 9781350019850 Library eBook 9781350019867 Series: Historicizing Modernism • Bloomsbury Academic

Understanding Blanchot, Understanding Modernism

Edited by Christopher Langlois, Concordia University, Canada "Goes a good deal further than a reassessment of Blanchot's work in the context of what we might call modernism (since the term itself resonates by its very absence within Blanchot's oeuvre): as we put this book down we are reminded that Blanchot's work represents one of the profoundest meditations of the 20th century, but one which has nonetheless brought us closer to an understanding of the infinite and timeless power of literature itself." Michael Syrotinski, University of Glasgow, UK UK December 2019 • US December 2019 • 344 pages PB 9781501360961 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501331374 Individual eBook 9781501331381 Library eBook 9781501331398 Series: Understanding Philosophy, Understanding Modernism • Bloomsbury Academic

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Elsa Högberg, University of Uppsala, Sweden

Virginia Woolf and the Ethics of Intimacy explores the politics and ethics of Woolf's psychologically intimate literary method. The book reveals how the notions of intimacy central to Woolf's interwar novels - Jacob's Room, Mrs Dalloway, To the Lighthouse and The Waves - inform her political and ethical stances against violence, patriotism and war. Drawing on contemporary theory, including the works of Judith Butler, Luce Irigaray and Julia Kristeva, Elsa Högberg casts new light on the politics of modernism's aesthetic commitments. UK February 2020 • US February 2020 • 240 pages HB 9781350022713 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9781350022720 Library eBook 9781350022737 Bloomsbury Academic

Modernist Crisis and the Pedagogy of Form

Woolf, Delany, and Coetzee at the Limits of Fiction Matthew Cheney, Plymouth State University, USA What is the role of the author in times of crisis? Modernist Crisis and the Pedagogy of Form examines how Virginia Woolf, Samuel R. Delany, and J. M. Coetzee developed literary strategies in common to cope with crisis periods they were anticipating, living through, or looking back on. Matthew Cheney outlines how the three writers shaped their art to create an author/ audience relationship congruent with the goals of critical pedagogy espoused by such thinkers as Paulo Freire and bell hooks. Seeking to stimulate ethical thought, Woolf, Delany, and Coetzee required their readers to be active interpreters of their texts’ forms, contents, and contexts. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 208 pages HB 9781501355912 • £80.00 / $110.00 Individual eBook 9781501355929 Library eBook 9781501355936 Bloomsbury Academic

The Fictional Minds of Modernism

Narrative Cognition from Henry James to Christopher Isherwood Edited by Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Spain Challenging the notion that modernism is marked by an “inward turn,” this collection delineates the relationship between the mind and material and social systems, refreshing our understanding of modernism’s representation of cognitive and affective processes. Through analysis of a variety of international novels, short stories, and films—all published roughly between 1890 and 1945—the contributors to this collection demonstrate how modernist narratives offer insights into the real, historical world not as a mere object of contemplation but as an object of knowledge, thus bridging the gap between classical narratology and modernist experimentation.

Material Spirituality in Modernist Women’s Writing Elizabeth Anderson, University of Glasgow, UK

For Virginia Woolf, H.D., Mary Butts and Gwendolyn Brooks, things mobilise creativity; traverse domestic, public and rural spaces; and stage the interaction between the sublime and the mundane. Ordinary things are rendered extraordinary by their spiritual or emotional significance. This book addresses the intersection of spirituality, things and places – both natural and built environments – in the work of these four women modernists. UK March 2020 • US March 2020 • 208 pages HB 9781350063440 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350063464 Library eBook 9781350063457 Bloomsbury Academic

James Joyce's Silences

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

Virginia Woolf and the Ethics of Intimacy

Edited by Jolanta Wawrzycka, Radford University, USA & Serenella Zanotti, Roma Tre University, Italy In this landmark book, leading international scholars from North America, Europe and the UK explore silence in the writings of James Joyce. Examining all of Joyce’s major works, including Ulysses, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man and Finnegans Wake, the book studies the many different roles that silence plays in Joyce’s texts: aesthetic, rhetorical, textual and linguistic. Exploring the many dimensions of what is revealed in the absences that fill his writing, James Joyce’s Silences opens up important new avenues of scholarship on the great modernist writer. UK November 2019 • US November 2019 • 272 pages PB 9781350140059 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350036710 Individual eBook 9781350036734 Library eBook 9781350036727 Bloomsbury Academic

Time, Doubt and Wonder in the Humanities Between the Tick and the Tock

Prasanta Chakravarty, University of Delhi, India The book affirms our commitment to wonder and adventure in living by confronting the subtext that lies within the manifold worldly, social and political conflicts and anxieties. The essays in this volume speak to our times and make sense of the idea of temporality in general by using wonder as an inclusive metaphor, which engulfs fortitude, anguish, joy, providence, submission, precariousness and revulsion. UK January 2019 • US May 2019 • 336 pages HB 9789388134255 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9789388134262 Bloomsbury Academic India World All Languages (excluding India/Indian subcontinent)

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L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Literature and the Environment

Environmental Cultures Series Editors: Greg Garrard, University of British Columbia, Canada and Richard Kerridge, Bath Spa University, UK

Teaching Environmental Writing

Cognitive Ecopoetics

Isabel Galleymore, University of Birmingham, UK

Sharon Lattig, University of Connecticut, USA

Ecocritical Pedagogy and Poetics

Environmental and nature writing is an increasingly popular topic in the creative writing classroom. The first comprehensive study of teaching practice in this field, Teaching Environmental Writing critically reflects on how students are taught to write about the natural world. The book draws on interviews with teachers and students to bring insights from the classroom into conversation with close readings of contemporary environmental poetry informed by the latest developments in ecocriticism. From this conversation, Isabel Galleymore proposes a set of pedagogical exercises to expand the scope of nature writing education and help student writers engage more deeply with their environments. UK May 2020 • US May 2020 • 256 pages HB 9781350068414 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350068438 Library eBook 9781350068421 Series: Environmental Cultures • Bloomsbury Academic

Ecospectrality

Haunting and Environmental Justice in Contemporary Anglophone Novels Laura A. White, Middle Tennessee State University, USA Along with humans and animals, ghosts populate the pages of contemporary Anglophone novels. Ecospectrality analyses novels from across the world—including Australia, Nigeria, South Africa, India and Jamaica—to explore how these ghosts can help readers to perceive difficult to visualise environmental threats and access marginalised environmental knowledges. Instead of prompting fear, these hauntings foster understanding across species and generations to enable inclusive formulations of environmental justice. Drawing on the latest work in postcolonial ecocriticism, hauntology and environmental philosophy, this book is an essential read for anyone working in the environmental humanities today. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 256 pages HB 9781350091566 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9781350091580 Library eBook 9781350091573 Series: Environmental Cultures • Bloomsbury Academic

New insights from cognitive theory and literary ecocriticism have the power to transform our understanding of one of the most important literary genres: the lyric poem. In Cognitive Ecopoetics, Sharon Lattig brings these two schools of criticism together for the first time to consider the ways in which lyric forms reenact cognitive processes of the mind and brain. Along the way the book reads anew the long history of the lyric, from Andrew Marvell, through canonical poets such as Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Emily Dickinson to contemporary writers such as Susan Howe and Charles Olson. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 256 pages HB 9781350069251 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9781350069275 Library eBook 9781350069268 Series: Environmental Cultures • Bloomsbury Academic

Environmental Cultures in Soviet East Europe History and Cultural Memory

Anna Barcz, University of Bielsko-Biala, Poland This is the first in-depth study of the legacy of the Soviet era on attitudes to the environment in countries such as Poland, Hungary and Ukraine. Exploring responses in literature, culture and film to political projects such as the collectivisation of agricultural land, the expansion of mining and the Chernobyl explosion, Anna Barcz opens up new understandings of how local political traditions might be harnessed in the cause of contemporary environmental activism. The book covers works by writers such as Christa Wolf, the Nobel Prize winner Svetlana Alexievich and film-makers such as Béla Tarr, Andrzej Wajda and Wladyslaw Pasikowski. UK May 2020 • US May 2020 • 208 pages • 20 bw illus HB 9781350098350 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350098374 Library eBook 9781350098367 Series: Environmental Cultures • Bloomsbury Academic

Radical Animism

Fuel

Jemma Deer, Harvard University, USA

Heidi C. M. Scott, University of Maryland, USA

Reading for the End of the World The reckoning of climate change calls for us to fundamentally re-think our notions of an anthropocentric world. Drawing on a wide range of modern writers and thinkers – from Freud and Darwin to Frazer and Derrida, from Shakespeare to Kafka, Woolf and Lispector – Radical Animism develops a new theory of life for our era of environmental crisis. In this important new work, Jemma Deer explores how the ‘animism’ of literature, literature’s capacity to exert a compelling and transformative life of its own on its readers can open our thinking to the power of the non-human world on our existence. UK May 2020 • US May 2020 • 256 pages HB 9781350111158 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9781350111172 Library eBook 9781350111165 Series: Environmental Cultures • Bloomsbury Academic

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A New Theory of Lyric

An Ecocritical History Fuel: An Ecocritical History is the first book to chart our changing attitudes to fuel and energy through the literature and culture of the modern era, from the 18th century to the present. Reading a wide range of writers from Blake, Austen and Dickens to Upton Sinclair, Heidi Scott explores how our move from a pre-industrial reliance on biomass and primary energy sources to our current dependence on the fossil fuels of coal, oil and natural gas have fundamentally shaped human identity and culture. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 328 pages • 14 bw illus PB 9781350146907 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350053984 Individual eBook 9781350054004 Library eBook 9781350053991 Series: Environmental Cultures • Bloomsbury Academic

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Reclaiming Romanticism

Graham Huggan, University of Leeds, UK

Kate Rigby, Monash University, Australia

The Cetacean Quartet

Towards an Ecopoetics of Decolonisation

Written by leading postcolonial critic Graham Huggan, Colonialism, Culture, Whales: The Cetacean Quartet explores how our attitudes to whales, whale-hunting and whale-watching expose colonial attitudes to the natural world in modern culture. Across four innovative, multi-disciplinary chapters, the book explores colonial histories of whaling, their legacies in contemporary tourism from whale-watching excursions to the performing orcas at SeaWorld, and cultural representations of anxieties of extinction in literature, film and television. Examining the relationship between colonialism and modernity, the book goes on to seek alternative paradigms for understanding the whale in native and aboriginal thought.

The earliest environmental criticism took its inspiration from the Romantic poets and their immersion in the natural world. Today the “romanticising” of nature has come to be viewed with suspicion. Written by one of the leading ecocritics writing today, Reclaiming Romanticism rediscovers the importance of the European Romantic tradition to the ways that writers and critics engage with the environment in the Anthropocene era. Exploring the work of such poets as Wordsworth, Shelley and Clare, the book discovers a rich vein of Romantic eco-materialism and brings these writers into dialogue with contemporary American and Australian poets and artists.

UK February 2020 • US February 2020 • 152 pages • 5 bw illus PB 9781350150850 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350010895 Individual eBook 9781350010901 Library eBook 9781350010918 Series: Environmental Cultures • Bloomsbury Academic

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Thomas Bernhard's Afterlives

Edited by Olaf Berwald, Chair, Department of Foreign Languages, and Professor of German, Kennesaw State University, USA, Stephen D. Dowden, Professor of German Literature, Brandeis University, USA & Gregor Thuswaldner, Dean of Arts of Sciences and Professor of Humanities, North Park University, USA In his prose fiction, memoirs, poetry, and drama, Thomas Bernhard (1931-1989)—one of the twentieth century’s most uniquely gifted writers—created a new and radical style. His furious prose, seemingly shapeless but composed with unparalleled musicality, and taxing by conventional standards, has been echoed in many writers since Bernhard’s death in 1989. These explorers have found in Bernhard’s singular accomplishment new paths for the expression of life and truth. Writers in Italian, German, Spanish, Hungarian, English, and French have succeeded in making Bernhard’s Austrian vision an international vision. Thomas Bernhard's Afterlives tells that story. UK May 2020 • US May 2020 • 192 pages HB 9781501351518 • £90.00 / $120.00 Individual eBook 9781501351525 Library eBook 9781501351532 Series: New Directions in German Studies • Bloomsbury Academic

Religion and American Literature Since 1950 Mark Eaton, Azusa Pacific University, USA

Sissi’s World

The Empress Elisabeth in Memory and Myth Edited by Maura E. Hametz, Old Dominion University, USA & Heidi Schlipphacke, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA Sissi’s World offers a transdisciplinary approach to the study of the Habsburg Empress Elizabeth of Austria, a Bavarian duchess born in 1837, the longest-serving Austrian empress, and the queen of Hungary who died in 1898 at the hands of a crazed anarchist. Despite the continuing fascination with "the beloved Sissi," the Habsburg empress, her impact, and legacy have received scant attention from scholars. This collection goes beyond the popular biographical accounts, recountings of her mythic beauty, and scattered studies of her well-known eccentricities to offer transdisciplinary cultural perspectives across art, film, fashion, history, literature, and media. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 408 pages • 30 bw illus PB 9781501361685 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501313448 Individual eBook 9781501313455 Library eBook 9781501313462 Series: New Directions in German Studies • Bloomsbury Academic

Romantic Enchantment Fantasy, Theology and Affect Gavin Hopps

From Flannery O’Connor and James Baldwin to the post-9/11 writings of Jonathan Franzen and Don DeLillo, imaginative writers have often been the most insightful chroniclers of the USA’s changing religious life since the end of World War 2. Exploring a wide range of writers from Protestant, Catholic, Jewish and secular writers, this book is an in-depth study of contemporary fiction’s engagement with religious faith, identity and practice. By reading the major writers of our time, Mark Eaton discovers a more nuanced picture of the varieties of American religious experience than commonplace cultural ideas of progressive secularisation or faith-based polarization might suggest.

Despite the burgeoning popularity of fantasy fiction and the increasing recognition of its spiritual significance and subversive effects, criticism of Romantic literature has often dismissed elements of the fantastic in the work of such canonical writers as Byron and Keats as matters of escapism, false-consciousness or wish-fulfilment. In Romantic Enchantment, Gavin Hopps challenges this view and offers an alternative 'post-nihilistic' reading of the fantastic gestures and transcendent aspirations of Romantic poetry. Drawing on the seminal reflections of George MacDonald, C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien on fantasy, this interdisciplinary study provides a provocative riposte to materialist interpretations of Romantic writing.

UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 256 pages HB 9781350123755 • £80.00 / $110.00 Individual eBook 9781350123779 Library eBook 9781350123762 Series: New Directions in Religion and Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

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Colonialism, Culture, Whales

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L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – African and Asian Literature / Translation

J. M. Coetzee

Persisting Partition

Anthony Uhlmann, Western Sydney University, Australia

Humaira Saeed, Nottingham Trent University, UK

Truth, Meaning, Fiction

In this full-career reassessment of J. M. Coetzee, Anthony Uhlmann illuminates the intellectual and philosophical interests that drive Coetzee’s writing. Whilst looking at Coetzee’s writing career, from his dissertation through to The Schooldays of Jesus (2016), Uhlmann also offers revealing glimpses, informed by archival research, of Coetzee’s writing process. Among the main themes that Uhlmann draws out from Coetzee’s writing, and which remain highly relevant today, are the ideas that there is truth in fiction, or that fiction can provide valuable understandings of real world problems, and there are also fictions of the truth: that we are surrounded, in our everyday lives, by stories we wish to believe are true. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 224 pages PB 9781501357466 • £21.99 / $29.95 • HB 9781501357473 • £90.00 / $120.00 Individual eBook 9781501357480 Library eBook 9781501357497 Bloomsbury Academic

Afropolitan Literature as World Literature Edited by James Hodapp, Northwestern University, Qatar

What is the new, Afropolitan vision of Africa’s place in the world offered by African writers of the 21st century? How does it differ from that of previous generations? Why do some dissent? Afropolitanism refuses to reinforce images of Africa in world media as merely poor, war-torn, diseased, and constantly falling into chaos. Complicating the image of Africa as a hapless victim, Afropolitanism focuses on the wide-ranging influence Africa has on the world. However, some have characterized this kind of writing as light, populist fare that panders to Western audiences. Afropolitan Literature as World Literature examines this controversy in light of the unprecedented circulation of culture made possible by globalization. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 208 pages HB 9781501342585 • £90.00 / $120.00 Individual eBook 9781501342592 Library eBook 9781501342608 Series: Literatures as World Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

India in Translation, Translation in India Edited by GJV Prasad, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, India

Explores the contours of translation — how Indian texts travel around the world in translation, how Indian texts travel across languages in the subcontinent and how texts from various languages of the world travel to India. It includes 18 essays from eminent academics and researchers who dwell on theory, methodology and language of translation, and enunciate the role of translations in political, social and cultural movements. UK July 2019 • US July 2019 • 336 pages HB 9789388414203 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9789388414210 Bloomsbury Academic India World All Languages (excluding India/Indian subcontinent)

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Affect, Memory and Trauma in Women's Narratives of Pakistan Persisting Partition looks at the 1947 Partition of India from a new perspective: through an analysis of women's narratives of Pakistan. Humaira Saeed considers how history is mediated through cultural production, as well as the potential for women’s narratives to disrupt the homogenizing effects of dominant national historiography. Through analysing a range of cultural forms—photography, feature film, fiction, and documentary—Saeed argues for a more interdisciplinary approach to the ways in which Partition and Pakistan might be narrativised. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 176 pages HB 9781501337420 • £80.00 / $110.00 Individual eBook 9781501337437 Library eBook 9781501337444 Bloomsbury Academic

The Distant Shores of Freedom Vietnamese-American Memoirs and Fiction

Subarno Chattarji, University of Delhi, India This book raises critical questions such as: Who gets to speak and write, and to what ends and purposes? Who reads Vietnamese American writings and how can we account for these publications in the US over a period of time? What can and cannot be written or spoken? What is remembered and what is silenced? What traumas and memories are articulated? These questions point toward a larger context of diaspora studies as well as ‘the rituals of cultural memory’ that complicate our understanding of the Vietnam War and its aftermath. UK November 2019 • US November 2019 • 320 pages HB 9789388271479 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9789388271486 Bloomsbury Academic India World All Languages (excluding India/Indian subcontinent)

Remember, Repeat, Inhabit

A Study of Antonin Artaud, Krzysztof Kieslowski, and Nikhil Chopra Ronojoy Sircar, Formerly of University of Delhi, India The book takes the reader, you, through questions of madness and self-portraiture, of loss and solitude, of the idea of history as a function, as something one does, instead of what one is given to believe as a fact. There are three voices in the book. Each voice, in each chapter, is different and thus, will challenge the reader into letting go of preconceived notions or at the very least, to question them. This volume includes over 30 photographs to provide a visual narrative and takes the reader through the ideas of self-representation, ethical dilemmas and occupation of spaces. UK December 2019 • US December 2019 • 200 pages HB 9789388912976 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9789388912983 Bloomsbury Academic India India/Indian subcontinent

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The Logic of Sentiment

Edited by Jill E. Anderson, Tennessee State University, USA & Melanie R. Anderson, Delta State University, USA

Kenneth Dauber, SUNY Buffalo, USA

Beyond the Haunted House

Shirley Jackson and Domesticity takes on American horror writer Shirley Jackson's domestic narratives— those fictionalized in her novels and short stories as well as the ones captured in her memoirs—to explore the extraordinary and often supernatural ways domestic practices and the ecology of the home influence Jackson’s storytelling. Examining various areas of homemaking—child-rearing and reproduction, housekeeping, architecture and spatiality, the housewife mythos— through the theoretical frameworks of gothic, queer, gender, supernatural, humor, and architectural studies, this collection contextualizes Jackson’s archive in a Cold War framework and assesses the impact of the work of a writer seeking to question the status quo of her time and culture. UK May 2020 • US May 2020 • 240 pages HB 9781501356643 • £90.00 / $120.00 Individual eBook 9781501356650 Library eBook 9781501356667 Bloomsbury Academic

Fictive Fathers in the Contemporary American Novel Debra Shostak, The College of Wooster, USA

Fictive Fathers in the Contemporary American Novel explores the unstable construction of white masculinity in the contemporary United States as illustrated in the novels of 18 North American writers, including Paul Auster, Don DeLillo, Jeffrey Eugenides, Jonathan Safran Foer, Jonathan Franzen, Jonathan Lethem, Carole Maso, Cormac McCarthy, Claire Messud, Viet Thanh Nguyen, Marilynne Robinson, Philip Roth, Mona Simpson, Jane Smiley, and Anne Tyler. With attention to narrative form as well as subject matter, Fictive Fathers closely analyzes depictions of fatherchild relationships as both generations respond to the fathers’ fall from a position of power. UK February 2020 • US February 2020 • 288 pages HB 9781501340048 • £90.00 / $120.00 Individual eBook 9781501340055 Library eBook 9781501340062 Bloomsbury Academic

David Foster Wallace and Religion Essays on Faith and Fiction

Edited by Michael McGowan, Florida Southwestern State College, USA & Martin Brick, Ohio Dominican University, USA The multifarious essays in this volume by literature, religion, and philosophy scholars delve into David Foster Wallace’s life and writings in order to advance the conversation about Wallace and religion. While they may disagree with one another in substantial ways, the contributors argue that Wallace was not only deliberate in his writings on religious themes, but also displayed an impressive level of theological nuance. UK November 2019 • US November 2019 • 224 pages HB 9781501345289 • £80.00 / $110.00 Individual eBook 9781501345296 Library eBook 9781501345302 Bloomsbury Academic

Stowe, Hawthorne, and Melville The Logic of Sentiment is a study of sentimentality, a literary mode that aims to answer the question, “What holds us together?” Against the grain of cultural studies, which understands sentimentality as consolidating communities on the basis of material or historical foundations, Kenneth Dauber takes a philosophical approach. He argues that sentimentality is a mode of love conceptualized in the denial of skepticism, understood as a problem of people’s otherness to each other. The Logic of Sentiment traces the movement from sentimentality to realism, the relation between epistemology and ethics, and the kind of investments that writers attempt to solicit from their readers. UK November 2019 • US November 2019 • 192 pages PB 9781501357367 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781501357374 • £65.00 / $90.00 Individual eBook 9781501357381 Library eBook 9781501357398 Bloomsbury Academic

The Big Somewhere

Essays on James Ellroy's Noir World Edited by Steven Powell, University of Liverpool, UK "Steven Powell is fast becoming the authority on James Ellroy, and this excellent edited collection consolidates and enhances this reputation. This immaculately put-together book should be essential reading for anyone with an interest in Ellroy, crime fiction and post-WW2 American culture." Andrew Pepper, Queen's University Belfast, UK

L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – North American Literature

Shirley Jackson and Domesticity

Moving from Ellroy's early detective novels to his later epic works of historical fiction, The Big Somewhere explores Ellroy’s cultural and historical impact on other writers, the genre of crime fiction, the perception of L.A., and his influence on film. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 224 pages PB 9781501361678 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501331336 Individual eBook 9781501331343 Library eBook 9781501331350 Bloomsbury Academic

The Ruins of Urban Modernity Thomas Pynchon's Against the Day

Utku Mogultay, University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany "Rises to the challenge presented by Pynchon’s spatial imaginary, making a brilliant case for reading Against the Day as an urban novel offering vital insights into the contradictory geographies of modernity." Hsuan L. Hsu, University of California, Davis, USA The Ruins of Urban Modernity examines Thomas Pynchon's 2006 novel Against the Day through the critical lens of urban spatiality. As the complex novel collapses and rebuilds anew the spatial imaginaries underlying the popular fictions of urban modernity, Utku Mogultay explores how such creative disfiguration throws light on the contemporary urban world. UK November 2019 • US November 2019 • 240 pages • 5 b/w illustrations PB 9781501360152 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501339509 Individual eBook 9781501339516 Library eBook 9781501339523 Bloomsbury Academic

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L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – North and South American Literature / British Literature

Otherwise, Revolution!

The Literature of Catastrophe

Rebecca Tillett, University of East Anglia, UK

Carlos Fonseca, Cambridge University, UK

Leslie Marmon Silko's Almanac of the Dead Leslie Marmon Silko's 1991 novel Almanac of the Dead is a profound and challenging analysis of late capitalist society and how powerful minority elites ensure that their power is never challenged nor shared, through the complicit discourses of imperialism, patriarchy, religion, medicine, science and technology. Rebecca Tillett assesses the continued relevance of Almanac's vision of oppressive capitalism. Perhaps most importantly, this study provides a groundbreaking reading of Almanac for the 21st century, comparing Silko's activist armies with international popular social justice activism such as the Arab Spring and the international Occupy movement. UK September 2019 • US September 2019 • 208 pages PB 9781501358098 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781623568412 Individual eBook 9781623567873 Library eBook 9781623569495 Bloomsbury Academic

Prison Writing of Latin America Joey Whitfield, Cardiff University, UK

"Offers both a theoretical reflection around notions of penality and a specific study of literary and artistic representations of prison culture in a modern Latin-American context. It is very effective on both levels ... The corpus is varied and helps unfold a broad-ranging and complex set of considerations about state punishment that is sensitive to ambiguity and contradiction while maintaining a kind of committed ethical thrust. An extremely valuable book." Philip Swanson, University of Sheffield, UK "A book that must be read by anyone concerned with criticism of the Penal State and alternative paths toward social justice in the continent." R. Aída Hernández Castillo, Center for Research and Advanced Studies in Social Anthropology, Mexico UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 216 pages • 2 b/w illustrations PB 9781501361708 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501334627 Individual eBook 9781501334610 Library eBook 9781501334603 Bloomsbury Academic

Julian Barnes from the Margins Exploring the Writer's Archives

Vanessa Guignery, École Normale Supérieure de Lyon, France Exploring the archives of the Man Booker prize-winning novelist Julian Barnes – including notebooks, drafts, typescripts and publishing correspondence – this book is an extraordinary indepth study of the creative practice of a major contemporary novelist. In Julian Barnes from the Margins, Vanessa Guignery charts the genesis and publication history of all of Barnes’s major novels, from his debut with Metroland, through Flaubert’s Parrot and The History of the World in 10 ½ Chapters to The Sense of an Ending. UK March 2020 • US March 2020 • 256 pages HB 9781350125018 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9781350125032 Library eBook 9781350125025 Bloomsbury Academic

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Nature, Disaster and Revolution in Latin America Through a study of philosophical, literary and artistic representations of three catastrophic figures – earthquakes, volcanoes and epidemics – this book investigates how nature and history intertwined during the violent aftermath of the Spanish American Wars of Independence. Engaging a variety of sources and protagonists, from Simón Bolívar’s manifestoes to Cesar Aira’s use of landscape in his novels, from the revolutionary role mosquitoes had within the Haitian Revolution to the role AIDS played in the writing of Reinaldo Arenas’ posthumous novel, Carlos Fonseca offers an original retelling of this foundational moment, recounting how history has become a site where the modern division between nature and culture collapses. UK May 2020 • US May 2020 • 208 pages • 6 bw illus HB 9781501350634 • £80.00 / $110.00 Individual eBook 9781501350641 Library eBook 9781501350658 Bloomsbury Academic

Lyrical Ballards

The Wounded Romanticism of J. G. Ballard Thomas Knowles Lyrical Ballards is a ground-breaking enquiry into J. G. Ballard’s position in the English canon and argues for his being read through the lens of Romanticism. Examining the history, politics, and aesthetics of Ballard’s most celebrated works including Empire of the Sun, High-Rise, Crash, and The Atrocity Exhibition, this book brings to light a series of startling and unexpected Romantic legacies that live within his science fiction worlds. A major contribution to the growing field of J. G. Ballard studies and Romantic legacies, Thomas Knowles’ explorations of works illuminate important implications for how we read Ballard and Romanticism. UK July 2020 • US July 2020 • 272 pages • 0 bw illus HB 9781350091368 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9781350091382 Library eBook 9781350091375 Bloomsbury Academic

War, Nation and Europe in the Novels of Storm Jameson Katherine Cooper, University of East Anglia, UK

War, Nation and Europe in the Novels of Storm Jameson is a timely critique situated within the historical and theoretical contexts so fundamental to understanding Jameson's work. Presenting previously unpublished archival material that documents her work as an ambassador for British writers during a time of national upheaval, Katherine Cooper reveals how the novelist’s pacifism and evolving attitudes to war and peace were underpinned by her overarching vision for the post-war world. Drawing comparisons to the works of Virginia Woolf, Graham Green and others, this study shows how Jameson’s novels reshape how we view the literary history of the period. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 240 pages HB 9781350094437 • £85.00 / $114.00 Individual eBook 9781350094451 Library eBook 9781350094444 Bloomsbury Academic

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A Guide for the Perplexed Toby Widdicombe, University of Alaska Anchorage, USA J.R.R. Tolkien: A Guide for the Perplexed is an essential guide to the author’s life and work. The book helps readers explore: · Tolkien’s life and times · Tolkien’s mythical world · The major works – The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings · Posthumous publications – from The Silmarillion to The Fall of Gondolin With reference to major adaptations, Tolkien’s sources and key scholarly and critical writings, this is an accessible and authoritative guide to one of the 20th century’s greatest and most popular writers. UK November 2019 • US November 2019 • 208 pages PB 9781350092143 • £16.99 / $22.95 • HB 9781350092136 • £50.00 / $68.00 Individual eBook 9781350092150 Library eBook 9781350092167 Series: Guides for the Perplexed • Bloomsbury Academic

The European Roman d’Analyse Unconsummated Love Stories from Boccaccio to Stendhal Adele Kudish, Borough of Manhattan Community College, USA "Weaving together texts not commonly discussed within a single project, Adele Kudish provides us, by comparison and some beautiful close readings, new insights into each of the texts she addresses." Tony Brown, University of Minnesota, USA This study of "analytical fiction" examines how unconsummated love stories probe the frailty of self-knowledge. Tracing elements of the roman d'analyse in the works of Boccaccio, Marguerite de Navarre, Cervantes, Marie de Lafayette, Samuel Richardson, Jane Austen, and Stendhal, Adele Kudish discusses how the metaphor of unconsummated love is deployed to represent a fundamental lack of insight into the self. UK January 2020 US January 2020 224 pages HB 9781501352225 • £90.00 / $120.00 Individual eBook 9781501352232 Library eBook 9781501352249 Bloomsbury Academic •

Does the Internet Have an Unconscious? Slavoj Žižek and Digital Culture

Clint Burnham, Simon Fraser University, Canada "Clint Burnham does not merely apply psychoanalysis to the internet; he demonstrates how the unconscious itself is 'structured like the internet,' how our entanglement in the impenetrable digital web allows us to understand properly the way the unconscious overdetermines our thinking and activities. This is why Burnham’s path-breaking book reaches much deeper than the usual analyses of the social and psychological implications of the internet: it does not just socialize and historicise the internet, it throws a new light on the unconscious itself." Slavoj Žižek, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia UK November 2019 • US November 2019 • 240 pages • 3 b/w illustrations PB 9781501360145 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501341298 Individual eBook 9781501341304 Library eBook 9781501341311 Series: Psychoanalytic Horizons • Bloomsbury Academic

Hunger, Poetry and the Oxford Movement The Tractarian Social Vision

Lesa Scholl, University of Adelaide, Australia Focusing on the influence of the Oxford Movement on key British poets of the nineteenth-century, this book charts their ruminations on the nature of hunger, poverty and economic injustice. Exploring the works of Christina Rossetti, Coventry Patmore, Gerard Manley Hopkins, Adelaide Anne Procter, Alice Meynell and Alfred, Lord Tennyson, Lesa Scholl examines the extent to which these poets – not all of whom were Anglo-Catholics themselves – engaged with the Tractarian social vision when grappling with issues of poverty and economic injustice in and beyond their poetic works. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 208 pages HB 9781350120723 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9781350120747 Library eBook 9781350120730 Bloomsbury Academic

At the Risk of Thinking

An Intellectual Biography of Julia Kristeva Alice A. Jardine, Harvard University, USA Edited by Mari Ruti, University of Toronto, Canada This is the first biography of Julia Kristeva—one of the most celebrated intellectuals in the world. Her over 50 books, translated across the globe, address such topics as the history of love, questions surrounding female genius, new forms of revolt, and the importance of understanding the history and influence of religion. This new biography brings her work to a broader readership by connecting Kristeva’s personal journey with the history of her ideas. Informed by interviews with Kristeva, it clearly analyzes the complexities of Kristeva’s contributions, with emphasis on her call for an urgent revival of bold interdisciplinary thinking in order to understand and act in our own time. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 384 pages PB 9781501341335 • £19.99 / $26.95 • HB 9781501341342 • £65.00 / $90.00 Individual eBook 9781501341359 Library eBook 9781501341366 Series: Psychoanalytic Horizons • Bloomsbury Academic

The Writing Cure

L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – British and European Literature / Psychoanalytic Horizons

J.R.R. Tolkien

Emma Lieber, National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis, USA The Writing Cure tells four interlocking stories about author Emma Lieber: her time as a scholar of Russian literature; her decade-long analysis; her becoming a psychoanalyst; and the end of her marriage. It does so by tracing dreams, scenes, and signifiers that emerged from her analysis while also undertaking a critical exploration of works of psychoanalytic theory and literary texts. Most centrally, it articulates what psychoanalysis does for its patients by writing the moment of its termination—at the same time as it examines both the end of a marriage and the passage from a literary scholar to a psychoanalyst. UK May 2020 • US May 2020 • 208 pages HB 9781501360169 • £90.00 / $120.00 Individual eBook 9781501360176 Library eBook 9781501360183 Series: Psychoanalytic Horizons • Bloomsbury Academic

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L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Literary Theory / Comparative Literature

The Emergence of Literature

Posing Sex

Jacob Bittner, Independent Scholar, Denmark

Alan Singer, Temple University, USA

An Archaeology of Modern Literary Theory

The Emergence of Literature is an extension and reworking of a series of significant propositions in philosophy and literary theory: Jean-Luc Nancy and Philippe Lacoue-Labarthe’s examination of the concept of the literary absolute, Martin Heidegger’s destruction and Giorgio Agamben’s archaeology of the metaphysics of will, Maurice Blanchot’s delimitation of the space of literature and Michel Foucault’s archaeology of literature. Its core contribution to the history of theory is to understand the literary absolute not simply as philosophical concept, but as a paradigm that delimits the horizon for currents of literary theory through the course of the 20th century where the literary criteria change from the theme of sincerity to the theme of the death of the author. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 224 pages HB 9781501354243 • £90.00 / $120.00 Individual eBook 9781501354250 Library eBook 9781501354267 Bloomsbury Academic

Affect, Psychoanalysis, and American Poetry This Feeling of Exaltation

John Steen, Galloway School, USA Affect, Psychoanalysis, and American Poetry challenges the dominant metaphor of poetic containers by turning to recent poetic texts that represent the contagious and uncontainable feelings of anxiety, grief, shame, and rage. From modernists to mid-century poets, and finally to contemporary practitioners, John Steen argues that new poetic techniques arise from the poetic productivity of negative affects, and that a new model of poetic value can be found in poems that are permeable, social spaces of intimacy, attachment, and withdrawal. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 224 pages PB 9781350146884 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350021549 Individual eBook 9781350021556 Library eBook 9781350021532 Series: Bloomsbury Studies in Critical Poetics • Bloomsbury Academic

Living Philosophy in Kierkegaard, Melville, and Others

Intersections of Literature, Philosophy, and Religion Edward F. Mooney, Syracuse University, USA Edward F. Mooney takes us into the lived philosophies of Melville, Kierkegaard, Henry Bugbee, and others who write deeply in ways that bring philosophy and religion into the fabric of daily life, in its simplicities, crises, and moments of communion and joy. Along the way Mooney explores mediations on wilderness, on the enigma of self-deception, the role of maternal love and the pain of separations, and the pervasiveness of “difficult reality” where valuable things are presented to us under two (or more) aspects at once. UK December 2019 • US December 2019 • 200 pages HB 9781501357718 • £80.00 / $110.00 Individual eBook 9781501357725 Library eBook 9781501357732 Bloomsbury Academic

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Toward a Perceptual Ethics for Literary and Visual Art "This risk-taking, fearless book is a continually rewarding act of looking and feeling and thinking, insisting on their intimacy but also enacting it on the page, where Singer's intellectual reach and analytical rigor produce an abundance of arresting perceptions of sensuous aesthetic experience." Ross Posnock, Columbia University, USA Posing Sex views the long and provocative tradition of representing the sexual act in Western art as an occasion for challenging assumptions about personhood. Singer draws upon a rich philosophical tradition—from the Greek Stoics, Descartes, Spinoza, and Hegel to contemporary theorists—to show how the stakes of aesthetic experience epitomized in the sex-image are essentially ethical. UK October 2019 • US October 2019 • 232 pages • 12 b/w illustrations PB 9781501359125 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501339189 Individual eBook 9781501339196 Library eBook 9781501339202 Bloomsbury Academic

Synaesthetics

Art as Synaesthesia Paul Gordon, University of Colorado, Boulder, USA Paul Gordon proposes a new theory of art as synaesthetic and applies this idea to various media, including works—such as movies, illustrated books and song lyrics—that explicitly cross over into media involving the different senses. The idea of art as synaesthetic is not, however, limited to those “cross-over” works because even an individual poem or novel or painting calls upon different senses in creating its syn-aesthetic “meaning.” Although previous studies have often devolved into those who see an obvious connection between art and synesthesia and those who adamantly reject such a notion, Synaesthetics furthers our understanding of synesthesia as an important, if not essential, component of artistic expression. UK December 2019 • US December 2019 • 200 pages HB 9781501356797 • £80.00 / $110.00 Individual eBook 9781501356803 Library eBook 9781501356810 Bloomsbury Academic

Nabokov and Nietzsche Problems and Perspectives

Michael Rodgers, Open University, UK "Through its lively and insightful analysis of Nabokov’s fiction, criticism and auto/biography, set against the principal tenets of Nietzsche’s philosophy—eternal recurrence, the fluidity of truth and the Übermensch—Nabokov and Nietzsche enriches our responses both to problematic issues of transgression, alienation and discomfort across Nabokov’s work, and to fundamental questions of morality and metaphysics." Barbara Wyllie, University College London, UK UK October 2019 • US October 2019 • 192 pages • 2 b/w illustrations PB 9781501359132 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501339578 Individual eBook 9781501339585 Library eBook 9781501339592 Bloomsbury Academic

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Noir and Blanchot

Sebastian Mitchell, University of Birmingham, UK

William S. Allen, University of Southampton, UK

From Plato to Atwood

Utopia and its Discontents traces literary representations of ideal communities from Plato to the 21st century. Each chapter offers close readings of key utopian and anti-utopian texts to demonstrate how they construct, challenge and explore the ideas and forms of earlier utopian writings and the social and political ideals of their own historical times. The book explores how literary utopias are often as much about the past as they are about the present and the future. With annotated chapter by chapter guides to further reading, this is an essential study for students and scholars of Utopian literature. UK March 2020 • US March 2020 • 256 pages HB 9781441195258 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9781441172181 Library eBook 9781441136336 Bloomsbury Academic

The Diseased Brain and the Failing Mind

Dementia in Science, Medicine and Literature of the Long Twentieth Century Martina Zimmermann, King's College University of London, UK The Diseased Brain and the Failing Mind charts changing cultural understandings of dementia and alzheimer’s disease in scientific and cultural texts across the 20th Century. Reading a range of texts from the US, UK, Europe and Japan, the book examines how the language of dementia is rooted in scientific discourse and expressed in popular and literary texts. Following changing scientific understandings of dementia, the book also demonstrates how cultural expressions of the experience and dementia have fed back into the way medical institutions have treated dementia patients. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 320 pages HB 9781350121805 • £85.00 / $115.00 Individual eBook 9781350121829 Library eBook 9781350121812 Series: Explorations in Science and Literature • Bloomsbury Academic

Deteriorations of the Event During some of the most demanding years of the twentieth century two distinctive bodies of work sought to respond to this problem: the writings of Maurice Blanchot and American film noir. Understanding how this darkness became the means of responding to the darkness of the times is the focus of Noir and Blanchot, which examines key films from the period (including Double Indemnity and Vertigo) alongside Blanchot’s writings (particularly his 1948 narrative Death Sentence). What emerges from this investigation is the complex manner in which these works disrupt the experience of time and the event and in doing so expose an entirely different mode of material expression. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 192 pages HB 9781501358913 • £80.00 / $110.00 Individual eBook 9781501358920 Library eBook 9781501358937 Bloomsbury Academic

Biofictions

Race, Genetics and the Contemporary Novel Josie Gill, University of Bristol, UK In this important interdisciplinary study, Josie Gill explores the ways in which the contemporary novel has drawn on and helped shape debates about race and identity in 21st century genetic science. Reading works by leading contemporary writers such as Zadie Smith, Alex Haley, Octavia Butler and Salman Rushdie, Biofictions demonstrates how ideas of race are produced from intersecting genetic and fictional narratives which together create stories about racism, ancestry and kinship.

L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Literary Theory / Comparative Literature

Utopia and Its Discontents

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Off-White

Yellowface and Chinglish by AngloAmerican Culture Sheng-mei Ma, Michigan State University, USA Off-White interrogates seminal Anglo-American fiction and film on off-white bodies and voices. It commences with one Nobel laureate, Pearl Buck, and ends with another, Kazuo Ishiguro, almost a century later. The trajectory in between illustrates that the detective and mystery genres continue unabated their stock yellowface characters, who exude a magnetic field so powerful as to pull in Japanese anime. This universal drive to fashion a foil is ingrained in any will to power, so much so that even millennial China creates an “off-yellow,” darker-hued Orient in Huallywood films to silhouette its global ascent. UK November 2019 • US November 2019 • 264 pages • 64 b&w images HB 9781501352201 • £90.00 / $120.00 Individual eBook 9781501352188 Library eBook 9781501352195 Bloomsbury Academic

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L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Contemporary Literature / Romanticism

Contemporary Fictions of Attention

Reading and Distraction in the TwentyFirst Century Alice Bennett, Liverpool Hope University, UK With the supposed shortening of our attention spans, what future is there for fiction in the age of the internet?Contemporary Fictions of Attention finds that contemporary writers construct ‘fictions of attention’ that find value in states or moments of inattention. Through discussion of work by writers including Joshua Cohen, Ben Lerner, Tom McCarthy, Ali Smith, Zadie Smith, and David Foster Wallace, this book identifies how fiction prompts readers to become peripherally aware of their own attention. Alice Bennett's book connects this interest to debates surrounding ethics, temporality, the everyday, boredom, work, and self-discipline in contemporary culture. UK February 2020 • US February 2020 • 224 pages PB 9781350150843 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474282611 Individual eBook 9781474282628 Library eBook 9781474282635 Bloomsbury Academic

Imagining the Unimaginable

Speculative Fiction and the Holocaust Glyn Morgan, University of Liverpool, UK This book examines popular fiction’s treatment of the Holocaust in the dystopian and alternate history genres of speculative fiction, analyzing the effectiveness of the genres' major works as a lens through which to view the most prominent historical trauma of the 20th century. It surveys a range of British and American authors, from science fiction pulp to Pulitzer Prize winners, building on scholarship across disciplines, including Holocaust studies, trauma studies, and science fiction studies. This book examines the most common forms of non-mimetic Holocaust fiction, the dystopia and the alternate history, while firmly positioning these forms within a broader pattern of non-realist engagements with the Holocaust. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 224 pages HB 9781501350542 • £96.00 / $120.00 Individual eBook 9781501350559 Library eBook 9781501350566 Bloomsbury Academic

The Metamorphoses of Myth in Fiction since 1960 Kathryn Hume, Penn State University, USA

Why do contemporary writers use myths from ancient Greece and Rome, Pharaonic Egypt, the Viking north, Africa’s west coast, and Hebrew and Christian traditions? What do these stories from premodern cultures have to offer us? The Metamorphoses of Myth in Fiction since 1960 examines how myth has shaped writings by Acker, Atwood, Burroughs, Byatt, Gaiman, Hoban, Mailer, Morrison, Reed, Powers, Pynchon, Vonnegut, and Winterson, among others, and contrasts such canonical texts with fantasy, speculative fiction, post-singularity fiction, pornography, horror, and graphic narratives. Working across genres, populations, and critical perspectives, Kathryn Hume elicits an understanding of the current uses of mythology in fiction. UK February 2020 • US February 2020 • 224 pages HB 9781501359873 • £80.00 / $110.00 Individual eBook 9781501359880 Library eBook 9781501359897 Bloomsbury Academic

Framing Literary Humour

Cells, Masks and Bodies as 20th-Century Sites of Imprisonment Jeanne Mathieu-Lessard, University of Ottawa, Canada Contrary to their oppressive design, could structures of imprisonment actually incite humour, itself a form of liberation? Starting with the most obvious areas of imprisonment (war camps, prison cells) and moving to the less obvious (masks, bodies), Framing Literary Humour demonstrates how 20th-century humour in theory and in fiction cannot be fully understood without a careful look at its connection with the notion of imprisonment. Understanding imprisonment as a concrete spatial setting or a metaphorical image, Jeanne Mathieu-Lessard analyzes selected works of Romain Gary, Giovannino Guareschi, Wyndham Lewis, Vladimir Nabokov, and Luigi Pirandello to reconfigure confinement as an essential structural condition for the emergence of humour. UK January 2020 • US January 2020 • 208 pages HB 9781501356551 • £80.00 / $110.00 Individual eBook 9781501356568 Library eBook 9781501356575 Bloomsbury Academic

The Romantic Historicism to Come

Jonathan Crimmins, University of Virginia’s College at Wise, USA Focusing attention on Romantic conceptions of history’s connection to the future, The Romantic Historicism to Come examines the complications of not only Romantic historicism, but also our own contemporary critical methods: what would it mean if the causal assumptions that underpin our historical judgments do not themselves develop in a stable, notional, progressive manner? Steering a middle course between historical teleology and random disconnection, Jonathan Crimmins creates a theoretical apparatus that can account for the mutual interaction of the scientific and the sociocultural without collapsing one into the other. UK October 2019 • US October 2019 • 192 pages PB 9781501359149 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781501326974 Individual eBook 9781501326981 Library eBook 9781501326998 Bloomsbury Academic

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The Killer, Rhinocerous, Exit the King, Strolling in the Air

Six Plays

Eugene Ionesco

Six Characters in Search of an Author, Henry IV, Caps and Bells, Right You Are (if You Think You Are), The Jar, The Patent

Translated by Donald Watson & Derek Prouse

Luigi Pirandello

This collection brings together the four plays that feature Ionesco’s everyman protagonist Jean Bérenger. While each play in the Bérenger cycle is unique, they are all prime examples of Ionesco’s conception of the theatre of the absurd, and touch on themes that preoccupied Ionesco throughout his career, such as mortality, alienation, freedom and the evils of Fascism. This volume constitutes a perfect introduction to one of the twentieth century’s most original and influential playwrights. UK September 2019 • 288 pages PB 9780714548487 • £9.99 Calder Publications World English (excluding Canada/USA)

Translated by Felicity Firth, Robert Rietty, John Wardle, Bruce Penman & Carlo Ardito This selection of plays by Luigi Pirandello contains some of his best-known works, such as Six Characters in Search of an Author and Henry IV. Preoccupied with the nature of truth and delusion, and treading dangerously on the borderline between sanity and madness, Pirandello’s plays are a daring exploration of human actions and the dark motives lying behind them, and the culmination of the naturalistic school of theatre inaugurated by authors such as Ibsen and Chekhov. UK September 2019 • US February 2020 • 384 pages PB 9780714548494 • £9.99 / $14.00 Calder Publications World English

Eclipse – Concrete Poems Alan Riddell

In this volume of typographical poems, or “concrete poems”, Alan Riddell weaves words and the very letters they’re made of into shapes and patterns that heighten or, in some cases, completely undermine the professed message of the poems. When Eclipse was first published in 1972, concrete poetry was still a relatively new art form, and this book was the first substantial one-man collection to be published in Britain. Now, almost fifty years since its inception, this volume provides a unique perspective on the cutting-edge technique. UK August 2019 • US November 2019 • 64 pages PB 9780714549149 • £8.99 / $12.00 Calder Publications World English

Politics and Literature Jean-Paul Sartre

L I T E R A R Y S T U D I E S – Calder Publications

The Bérenger Plays

First published in French magazines in the 1960s, the essays and interviews collected in this volume tackle two of Sartre’s most enduring concerns as a philosopher: politics and literature. With regard to the former, they develop the notion of the intellectual not only as an aloof theoretician, but also as a constructive agent of change. His writings on literature explore the limitations of language as an exact vehicle for meaning, the author’s lack of ownership of his own words and the avenues that certain types of theatre such as Artaud’s open for non-verbal communication. UK September 2019 • 160 pages PB 9780714549156 • £8.99 Calder Publications World English (excluding Canada/USA)

Europe after the Rain Alan Burns

Alan Burns has been described by a character in Ian McEwan's novel 'Sweet Tooth' as by far the best experimentalist in this country. He was associated with the 1960s British experimental circle of writers led by B.S. Johnson. Europe after the Rain takes its title from Max Ernst’s surrealist work, which depicts a vision of rampant destruction – a theme which Burns here takes to its conclusion, showing man not merely trying to come to terms with desolation, but combating human cruelty with that resilience of spirit without which survival would be impossible. Upon the novel’s first publication, Burns was heralded as presenting a picture of his age and capturing the ‘collective unconscious’ of the twentieth century – in a language that can have few rivals for economy, beauty and rhythm. UK July 2019 • US October 2019 • 160 pages PB 9780714549163 • £8.99 / $12.00 Calder Publications World English

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THE ARDEN SHAKESPEARE

Twelfth Night: Arden Performance Editions

As You Like It: Arden Performance Editions

Edited by Gretchen E. Minton, Montana State University, USA

Edited by Nora Williams

William Shakespeare

Ideal for anyone engaging with Twelfth Night in performance, this edition has clear facingpage notes giving definitions of words, helping students to understand and unlock the rich comedy not always easily accessible on the page. With information about textual variants, lineation, metrical ambiguities and pronunciation, the edition opens up the play’s comic and more melancholic possibilities to actors and students. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 288 pages PB 9781350002975 • £7.99 / $10.95 Individual eBook 9781350002999 Library eBook 9781350002982 Series: Arden Performance Editions • The Arden Shakespeare

Directing Shakespeare in America Historical Perspectives

Charles Ney, Texas State University, USA "Charles Ney’s book is a revelation—the research is impeccable and the anecdotes, directing lessons, visions, egos, mistakes and inspiration are brilliant as tools for seasoned or aspiring Shakespeareans." Dr. Jim Volz, Editor, Shakespeare Theatre Association’s Quarto, USA Historical Perspectives reviews key American directors, their productions and their approaches to directing Shakespeare, from the late 19th to the end of the 20th centuries. Among the directors covered are Augustin Daly, David Belasco, Arthur Hopkins, Orson Welles, B. Iden Payne, Angus Bowmer, William Ball, Margaret Webster, Tyronne Guthrie, Joseph Papp, John Houseman, Gerald Freedman, Michael Kahn, Craig Noel, Tina Packer and Julie Taymor. UK February 2020 • US February 2020 • 264 pages • 12 bw illus PB 9781350149212 • £23.99 / $32.95 Previously published in HB 9781474289696 Individual eBook 9781474289702 Library eBook 9781474289719 The Arden Shakespeare

Women’s Labour and the History of the Book in Early Modern England Edited by Valerie Wayne, University of Hawaii at Mano, USA This collection brings to light many of the women whose labour was important to the creation and consumption of early modern English books, from those who raked linen rags out of London’s dunghills for producing paper, to those who operated printing presses and financed the production of books, sold them, wrote them, edited them, owned and read them. The essays in this collection locate and assess women’s influence in the book trade. By considering women from differing backgrounds who engaged in manual, commercial, familial and literary forms of labour, this collection recovers women’s participation in book history as never before. UK May 2020 • US May 2020 • 320 pages • 20 bw illus HB 9781350110014 • £75.00 / $100.00 Individual eBook 9781350110021 Library eBook 9781350110038 The Arden Shakespeare

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William Shakespeare

Carefully edited and annotated with performance in mind, this edition of Shakespeare's verbally rich and complex comedy has clear facing page notes to elucidate meaning and to highlight key performance choices and moments. Ideal for anyone studying the play, whether for performance or in the classroom, the edition gives concise glosses and offers unique insight to the text as a living performed comedy. UK August 2020 • US August 2020 • 272 pages PB 9781350106680 • £7.99 / $10.95 Individual eBook 9781350106697 Library eBook 9781350106703 Series: Arden Performance Editions • The Arden Shakespeare

Early Modern German Shakespeare: Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet

Der Bestrafte Brudermord and Romio und Julieta in Translation Edited by Lukas Erne, University of Geneva, Switzerland & Kareen Seidler, University of Geneva, Switzerland This volume offers fully edited translations of two texts: Der Bestrafte Brudermord / Fratricide Punished (Hamlet) and Romio und Julieta / Romio and Julieta (Romeo and Juliet). With full scholarly apparatus, these texts are of seminal interest to all scholars of Shakespeare's texts, and their transmission over time in print, translation and performance. UK March 2020 • US March 2020 • 392 pages • 9 bw illus HB 9781350084049 • £100.00 / $136.00 Individual eBook 9781350084025 The Arden Shakespeare

The Merchant of Venice: The State of Play Edited by M. Lindsay Kaplan, Georgetown University, USA

A 'freeze frame' volume showcasing the range of current debate and ideas surrounding the play, this collection focuses on one of Shakespeare’s most controversial plays. Each chapter has been carefully selected for its originality and relevance to students' needs. Key themes, topics and approaches covered include: race, religion, gender, sexuality, philosophy, animal studies, adaptations, and performance history. Each essay offers new perspectives to give readers an up-to-date understanding of what's exciting and challenging about the play. The text-based approach reflects how Shakespeare is most commonly studied and taught. UK May 2020 • US May 2020 • 288 pages • 6 bw illus HB 9781350110229 • £75.00 / $100.00 Individual eBook 9781350110236 Library eBook 9781350110243 Series: Arden Shakespeare The State of Play • The Arden Shakespeare

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Shakespeare and Posthumanist Theory Karen Raber, University of Mississippi, USA

This book charts challenges in the field of Shakespeare studies to the assumption that the category 'human' is real, stable, or worthy of privileging in discussions of the playwright’s work. Drawing on a variety of methodologies – cognitive theory, systems theory, animal studies, ecostudies, the new materialisms – the volume investigates the world of Shakespeare’s plays and poems in order to represent more thoroughly its variety, its ethics of inclusion, and its resistance to human triumphalism and exceptionalism. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 216 pages • 5 bw illus PB 9781474234443 • £23.99 / $32.95 Previously published in HB 9781474234436 Individual eBook 9781474234450 Library eBook 9781474234467 Series: Shakespeare and Theory • The Arden Shakespeare

Series Editors: Bridget Escolme, Queen Mary, University of London, UK, Farah Karim Cooper, Globe Education (Shakespeare's Globe) and Visiting Research Fellow, King's College London, UK & Peter Holland, University of Notre Dame, USA

Shakespeare in the Theatre: Yukio Ninagawa Conor Hanratty, Independent Scholar

Yukio Ninagawa (1935-2016) was Japan's foremost director of Shakespeare whose productions achieved acclaim around the world. He directed 31 productions of Shakespeare's plays, some, including Hamlet, on multiple occasions. This is the first English-language book dedicated to his work. It includes an overview of the Shakespeare plays he directed, and considers both his Shakespearean work and his productions of Euripides, including Oedipus The King and his production of Medea from 1978. Written by Conor Hanratty, who studied with Ninagawa for over a year, it offers a unique glimpse into the work of one of the world’s great theatre directors.

THE ARDEN SHAKESPEARE

Shakespeare in the Theatre

UK March 2020 • US March 2020 • 240 pages • 5 bw illus HB 9781350087354 • £75.00 / $100.00 Individual eBook 9781350087361 Library eBook 9781350087378 Series: Shakespeare in the Theatre • The Arden Shakespeare

Shakespeare in the Theatre: The King's Men Lucy Munro, King's College London, UK

This book reappraises the company as theatre artists, analysing in detail the performance practices, cultural contexts and political pressures that helped to shape and reshape Shakespeare’s plays between 1603 and 1642. Reconsidering casting and acting styles, staging and playing venues, audience response, influence and popularity, and local, national and international politics, the book presents case-studies of performances of Macbeth, The Tempest, The Winter’s Tale, Richard II, Henry VIII, Othello and Pericles alongside a broader reappraisal of the repertory of the company and the place of Shakespeare’s plays within it. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 224 pages HB 9781474262613 • £75.00 / $102.00 Individual eBook 9781474262620 Library eBook 9781474262637 Series: Shakespeare in the Theatre • The Arden Shakespeare

Shakespeare in the Theatre: Peter Sellars

Ayanna Thompson, The George Washington University, USA The first in-depth look at Peter Sellars, the avantgarde director whose Shakespeare productions have polarized communities and critics. Through extensive interviews and archival work, leading Shakespearean Ayanna Thompson takes readers on a journey through experimental theatre and the tensions that arise between innovation and accessibility. An iconoclastic figure who inspires strong reactions both personally and professionally, Peter Sellars continues to amaze and confound. This book takes readers inside his world for the first time. UK November 2019 • US November 2019 • 208 pages • 15 bw illus PB 9781350140066 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781350021747 Individual eBook 9781350021754 Library eBook 9781350021761 Series: Shakespeare in the Theatre • The Arden Shakespeare

Shakespeare in the Theatre: Patrice Chéreau

Dominique Goy-Blanquet, University of Picardie, France Patrice Chéreau (1944-2013) was one of France’s leading directors in the theatre and on film and a major influence on Shakespearean performance. He is internationally known for memorable productions of both drama and opera. Drawing on new interviews with many of Chéreau's collaborators, this study explores a unique theatre maker's interpretations of Shakespeare in relation to the European tradition and to his wider body of work on stage and film, to establish his profound influence on other producers of Shakespeare. UK October 2019 • US October 2019 • 272 pages • 5 bw illus PB 9781350136694 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474273916 Individual eBook 9781474273923 Library eBook 9781474273930 Series: Shakespeare in the Theatre • The Arden Shakespeare

Shakespeare in the Theatre: The National Theatre, 1963–1975 Olivier and Hall

Robert Shaughnessy, University of Surrey, UK The National Theatre’s years at the Old Vic were the most Shakespearean period in its history, one which included Laurence Olivier’s Othello and Shylock, a radical all-male As You Like It, the Berliner Ensemble’s Coriolanus and Tom Stoppard’s classic offshoot, Rosencrantz and Guildernstern are Dead. Drawing extensively upon the company archives, this book tells the interlinked stories of the National’s relationship with Shakespeare through a series of production case studies that illuminate Olivier’s significance as actor and director, the National’s pioneering accommodation of European theatre practitioners, and its ways of engaging Shakespeare with the contemporary. UK May 2020 • US May 2020 • 264 pages • 5 bw illus PB 9781474241038 • £19.99 / $26.95 Previously published in HB 9781474241045 Individual eBook 9781474241052 Library eBook 9781474241069 Series: Shakespeare in the Theatre • The Arden Shakespeare

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Childhood in Contemporary Performance of Shakespeare

New Places: Shakespeare and Civic Creativity

Gemma Miller, King’s College London, UK

Child characters feature more numerously and prominently in the Shakespearean canon than in that of any other early modern playwright. Focusing on stage and film productions from the past four decades, this study addresses how Shakespeare's child characters are reflected, refracted and reinterpreted in performance. By adopting an inter-disciplinary approach that incorporates close reading, historicist literary criticism, semiotics, childhood studies, queer theory and performance studies, Gemma Miller explores the ways in which performing childhood in Shakespeare’s plays can reveal often uncomfortable truths about ideas of childhood, both in the early modern period and today. UK April 2020 • US April 2020 • 240 pages • 16 bw illus HB 9781350133143 • £75.00 / $102.00 Individual eBook 9781350133150 Library eBook 9781350133167 The Arden Shakespeare

Edited by Paul Edmondson, The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, UK & Ewan Fernie, University of Birmingham, UK New Places documents and analyses a range of innovative projects which take Shakespeare beyond the worlds of education and even the theatre, in an attempt to make a difference in the wider world. Mixing critical reflection on the social value of Shakespeare and creative writing, the volume presents Carol Ann Duffy’s Shakespeare Ode for 2016, the first ever open-air performance of The Merchant of Venice in that city’s original Jewish Ghetto, a new Shakespeare-inspired liturgy, civic-minded opera and ballet, international Shakespeare clubs and societies, and a creative practice of rehabilitating soldiers returned from war through Shakespeare. UK October 2019 • US October 2019 • 320 pages PB 9781474244541 • £28.99 / $39.95 Previously published in HB 9781474244558 Individual eBook 9781474244565 Library eBook 9781474244572 The Arden Shakespeare

Virginia Woolf

Critical and Primary Sources 4-Volume Set Edited by Vara S. Neverow, Southern Connecticut State University, USA, Jeanne Dubino, Appalachian State University, USA, Gill Lowe, University Campus Suffolk, UK and Kathryn Simpson, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK This work brings together 80 critical articles on the works of modernist writer Virginia Woolf, covering biographical, feminist and manuscript criticism. The set is chronologically organised with articles from the critical rediscovery of Woolf in the 1970s to 21st-century scholarship. UK June 2020 • US June 2020 • 4 vols • c. 1,152 pages HB Pack 9781474279802 • £650.00 / $1100.00 Special introductory price of £595.00 / $804.00 valid for 3 months after publication Critical and Primary Sources • Bloomsbury Academic

A Cultural History of Comedy 6-Volume Set

Edited by Andrew McConnell Stott, University of Southern California, USA and Eric Weitz, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland 55 experts, 48 chapters and c. 1,824 pages in six volumes add to our understanding of the evolution and reception of comedy in society from antiquity to the present day. Themes and chapter titles are: Form; Theory; Praxis; Identities; The Body; Politics and Power; Laughter; and Ethics. UK June 2020 • US May 2020 • 6 vols • c. 1,824 pages HB Pack 9781350000827 • £395.00 / $550.00 250 bw illus The Cultural Histories series • Bloomsbury Academic

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