The most inclusive overview of British Literature from 700-2000
A Companion to British Literature
4 Volume Set
edited by Robert DeMaria, jr., Heesok Chang, and Samantha Zacher
- Discusses the historical, social, political, domestic, linguistic, institutional and material contexts in which British literature has been produced
- Written by an internationally diverse range of expert contributors including both distinguished academics and up-and-coming young stars
- Joins readings across geographical, cultural, institutional, economic and mediological contexts
- Demonstrates to students and teachers alike a wide range of possible approaches to the study of British literature
- A general index and a thematic table of contents enable readers to navigate the development of British Literature
Unique in both range and approach, Literature Compass publishes peer-reviewed articles on the most important research and current thinking from across the entire discipline.
Literature Compass features a new kind of core content: articles on the state-of-the-field or sub-field foreground important trends while viewpoint articles challenge the received wisdom. Generating a strong sense of dialogue and engagement, of research with a public face, Literature Compass gives desktop access to the driving ideas, current issues and controversies that enliven the discipline and fuel literary research. It provides a critical platform for the scholar and an ideal entry point for the non-specialist.
With Literature Compass, you can:
•Research key topics, new trends & areas of study.
•Teach using original articles & teaching guides.
•Study with easily accessible review articles.
•Store and share articles and links.