By Stephen Benson
By Edward Fitzgerald
By Kannan M
Stark, and occasionally lyrical, distilling reminiscence, heritage, mythology and classical literary tropes, they powerfully echo the Tamils’ sorrows and deep fears, their longings and hopes for the following day. Laments approximately youths felled by means of gunfire, their compelled disappearances, the lack of kin and houses, desecration of shrines, repeated displacements, changing into foreign refugees trade with remembrance of the beauteous forests and sea, of celebrations of Tamil language and tradition, and the compassion of ladies offering humans succour.
Accompanied through an creation to set the context, this wealthy and relocating quantity finds the spirit of a wounded island and brings its voices to a brand new audience.
By L. Ashley Squires
Exploring the unbelievable presence of Christian technology in American literature on the flip of the twentieth century, L. Ashley Squires finds the wealthy and complicated connections among faith and literature in American tradition. Mary Baker Eddy's Church of Christ, Scientist was once one of many quickest turning out to be and so much arguable non secular events within the usa, and it really is no coincidence that its impression touched the lives and paintings of many American writers, together with Frances Hodgson Burnett, Willa Cather, Theodore Dreiser, Upton Sinclair, and Mark Twain. Squires specializes in own tales of ailment and healing—whether supportive or deeply serious of Christian Science’s suggestions --penned in a second whilst the fight among faith and technology framed debates approximately how the us used to be to develop into a contemporary state. As oversized personalities and outlandish rhetoric took to the level, Squires examines how the poorly understood Christian technological know-how circulation contributed to well known narratives approximately tips on how to heal the state and boost the reason for human progress.
By Nicholas Marsh
By Christine Gerhardt
This handbook deals scholars and researchers a compact creation to the nineteenth-century American novel within the mild of present debates, theoretical suggestions, and demanding methodologies. the quantity turns to the 19th century as a formative period in American literary heritage, a time that observed either the increase of the unconventional as a style, and the emergence of an self sufficient, convinced American tradition. A vast variety of concise essays through eu and American students show how a few of America’s such a lot recognized and influential novels replied to and took part within the radical ameliorations that characterised American tradition among the early republic and the age of imperial enlargement. half I includes 7 systematic essays on key ancient and significant frameworks—including slavery, transnationalism, environmentalism and print tradition, in addition to sentimentalism, the gothic, realism and naturalism. half II offers 25 essays on person novels, each one combining an creation to suitable cultural contexts with a clean shut studying and the dialogue of severe views formed through literary and cultural concept.
By Jonathan Baldo,Isabel Karremann
By Kurt Hahn
By Alexander Chalmers
This e-book is a replica of the unique ebook released in 1808 and should have a few imperfections comparable to marks or hand-written notes.
By Aruna Krishnamurthy