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Forms: Whole, Rhythm, Hierarchy, Network
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|January 3, 2017

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A radically new way of thinking about form and context in literature, politics, and beyond Forms offers a powerful new answer to one of the most pressing problems facing literary, critical, and cultural studies today-how to connect form to political, social, and…
From Author To Text: Re-reading George Eliot's Romola
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|This title releases November 25, 2020

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Narrative Middles: Navigating The Nineteenth-century Novel: Navigating the Nineteenth-Century…

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Narrative theorists have lavished attention on beginnings and endings, but they have too often neglected the middle of narratives. In this groundbreaking collection of essays, Narrative Middles: Navigating the Nineteenth-Century British Novel , nine literary…
Provoking Democracy: Why We Need the Arts

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A provocative and compelling book that explores the complex relationship between democracy and avant-garde art, offering a surprising new perspective on the critical role that the arts play in democratic governance at home and abroad. Covers a broad range of…
David's Secret Soccer Goals
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|April 15, 2004

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David is much like any other boy who loves playing soccer, but when the chance comes up to go and stay at Champions Soccer Camp, David has to face up to his biggest embarrassment, wetting the bed. David stands up bravely to his sister's taunts and a nervous…
The Children of Athena: Athenian Ideas about Citizenship and the Division between the Sexes

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According to one myth, the first Athenian citizen was born from the earth after the sperm of a rejected lover, the god Hephaistos, dripped off the virgin goddess Athena's leg and onto fertile soil. Henceforth Athenian citizens could claim to be truly indigenous…