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Soon after their first meeting in 1908, Freud's future biographer, Ernest Jones, initiated a correspondence with the founder of psychoanalysis that would continue until Freud's death in London in 1939. This volume makes available from British and American…

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The papers in this volume contribute to a more precise assessment of the interconnections between England and Scandinavia during the period from the establishment of the Danelaw to the Norman Conquest. The essays fall into three groups of concern: history, myth,…

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First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

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The Eudaimonic Turn is a collection of critical essays that, taken as a totality, represent a radical shift in focus and orientation. In the challenge to the hermeneutics of suspicion, the adoption of alternative reading strategies, and the complex investigation…

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Robert Browning's friendship for Isabella Blagden was almost as remarkable as was his love for Elizabeth Barrett. After Elizabeth's death (June 1861), Browning went to England to educate their son, but he hoped eventually to return to Italy, principally so that…

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William Michael Rossetti (1829–1919) always presented himself as the third Rossetti: a civil servant and critic unworthy to be compared with his brother, Dante Gabriel, and his sister, Christina. Not everyone has readily accepted Rossetti's evaluation of…

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From analysing the presence of style in Beckett and Kafka’s writings to reviewing the works of fellow colleagues Nadine Gordimer and Andre Brink, Booker Prize-winner J.M. Coetzee has a stringent writing style that has garnered him much acclaim in literary circles…

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“Money does not bring happiness.” For Roberto Da Matta, in Carnivals, Rogues, and Heroes (1979), this saying embodies the ambivalence surrounding money in Brazil, a legacy of a Lusophone cultural tradition that privileges personal relationships over…

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This is the story of Jane and Chuck Flynn, five years married and actors by profession, who give up their happy life in Hollywood to serve their country. Chuck joins the Navy, and sees action in the Pacific, where his ship is hit. Jane joins the USO and is sent…