Download PDF by Paul Poplawski: English Literature in Context

By Paul Poplawski

this can be the second one variation of English Literature in Context, a favored textbook which gives a vital source and reference instrument for all English literature scholars. Designed to accompany scholars all through their measure direction, it bargains a close narrative survey of the varied old and cultural contexts that experience formed the advance of English literature, from the Anglo-Saxon interval to the current day. rigorously dependent for undergraduate use, the 8 chronological chapters are written via a staff of specialist members who're additionally hugely skilled lecturers. each one bankruptcy incorporates a specific chronology, contextual readings of chosen literary texts, annotated feedback for additional interpreting, a wealthy diversity of illustrations and textboxes, and thorough historic and literary overviews. This moment version has been comprehensively revised, with a brand new bankruptcy on postcolonial literature, a considerably elevated bankruptcy on modern literature, and the addition of over 200 new severe references. on-line assets contain textboxes, bankruptcy samples, examine questions, and chronologies.

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