Author Antonia Wimbush offers an insight into issues of belonging, geographical mobility and the self in contemporary autofictional literature.
Have you ever been unsure of where to start when studying the life and works of a distinguished writer for the first time? Our Writers and Their Work series provides brief but rigorous critical examinations of the works of eminent writers and schools of writing, serving as accessible introductions to anyone who wants to broaden … Continue reading
New to our English Association Monographs series, Keeping the Ancient Way is a detailed study of the historical contexts and literary achievements of seventeenth-century poet Henry Vaughan. In this blog post, author Robert Wilcher reflects on his study of Vaughan throughout his academic career. The publication of my book on Henry Vaughan, Keeping the Ancient … Continue reading
Modern Writers, Transnational Literatures, published by Clemson University Press, examines W.B. Yeats’s and Rabindranath Tagore’s literary engagements with identity, nationalism, and the literary and cultural traditions of Ireland and India. In this blog post, author Ragini Mohite re-visits Tagore’s The Post Office and considers the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on education and societal structures. … Continue reading
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