collection of critical essays

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  • Contains the original text as well as a collection of critical essays on it.
  • McHugh has published eight books of poetry, one collection of critical essays, and four books of translation.
  • In 1965 The Nut's Core, his first major collection of critical essays came out.
  • A collection of critical essays about his poetry, The Wilderness of Vision, was published in 1998.
  • A collection of critical essays titled Devaspandanam is considered his magnum opus.
  • She has also co-edited a collection of stories by women from India, and a collection of critical essays on W. G. Sebald.
  • Doran also published Shakespeare's Dramatic Language, a collection of critical essays, in 1976.
  • In the first collection of critical essays on Dickinson from a feminist perspective, she is heralded as the greatest woman poet in the English language.
  • Armstrong collaborated with C. B. Martin on a collection of critical essays on John Locke and George Berkeley.
  • The Painter's Quarry, a collection of critical essays on his work, was also published in 2006; a television profile with the same title appeared on BBC2.
  • He attracted public attention by his volume of poems published under the pseudonym of Dario Gaddi, and a collection of critical essays, Odi Tiberine.
  • The result was Characters of Shakespear's Plays (1817), a collection of critical essays on the drama of William Shakespeare.
  • For his 75th birthday his lifetime's work was celebrated by his colleagues with a festschrift: This original collection of critical essays on issues of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century rural life, popular politics and beliefs brought together fifteen well-known historians.
  • He has also authored a collection of critical essays on area studies, South Indian Studies (1998) and three volumes of poems and sketches, His paintings have gone on display at several major exhibitions in India and abroad.
  • Arena published the widely read Coercive Reconciliation, a collection of critical essays in response to the conservative Australia Government's 2007 intervention in Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory.
  • Rather than a "how to look and how to listen" aid for beginners, or a collection of critical essays, this constituted a bold attempt to conceptualize all dance in America, from its native and colonial roots to its present, for its practitioners and its audience, and so to encourage its future.
  • Beginning with The Jewel-Hinged Jaw (1977), a collection of critical essays that applied then-nascent literary theory to science fiction studies, he has also published several books of criticism, interviews, and essays.
  • Baldwin's influence on other writers has been profound: Toni Morrison edited the Library of America two-volume editions of Baldwin's fiction and essays, and a recent collection of critical essays links these two writers.
  • This collection of critical essays specifically discusses seven types of poetic turns, including the ironic, emblematic, concessional, retrospective-prospective, elegiacal, dialectic, and descriptive-meditative turns.
  • Philosopher Nick Land identified True Detective as "the most intelligent series in TV history" on the back cover of True Detection, the first collection of critical essays on the TV series, which was published in 2014 by Schism Press.
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