Modern Language Association Spring 2012–Winter 2013

Publications

Annual Publications Catalog
Spring 2012–Winter 2013
m o d e r n l a n g u a g e a s s o c i at i o n

Contents
MLA Handbook ...................................................... 1 Literary Research Guide ......................................... 2 new titles (listed in order of publication date within each series) .....3–10 Approaches to teaching World Literature ........ 11–15 texts and translations ......................................16–21 Options for teaching ........................................22–26 Best-Selling titles ............................................27–28 Backlist ............................................................29–34 introduction to Older Languages................... 31 Order Form ........................................................... 35 reviewer’s request Form .................................... 36

Mla handbook

The sevenTh ediTion of The sTandard guide for high school and undergraduaTe sTudenTs

MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers
7th edition
“The style bible for most college students.” —Newsweek “The seventh edition of the Handbook is an indispensable, well-crafted update of an indispensable reference source.” —Choice

The auThoriTaTive guide To MLa sTyLe MiLLions of copies soLd

recipient of Choice Award for Outstanding Academic title 2009
The MLA Handbook is published by the Modern Language Association, the authority on MLA documentation style. Widely adopted by universities, colleges, and secondary schools, the MLA Handbook gives step-by-step advice on every aspect of writing research papers, from selecting a topic to submitting the completed paper. The seventh edition is a comprehensive, up-to-date guide to research and writing in the online environment. It provides an authoritative account of MLA documentation style for use in student writing, including simplified guidelines for citing works published on the Web and recommendations for citing several kinds of works, such as digital files and graphic narratives. The MLA Handbook Web Site Every copy of this edition of the MLA Handbook comes with a code for accessing the accompanying Web site (www .mlahandbook.org). The searchable Web site features
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2009 xxii & 292 pp. • 6 x 9 paper iSBn: 978-1-60329-024-1 $22.00 short Carton quantity: 20 Large-print edition 8½ x 12½ paper iSBn: 978-1-60329-025-8 $30.00 short

the full text of the MLA Handbook over two hundred additional examples research project narratives, with sample papers

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liTerary research guide

for libraries only—see ordering inforMaTion below.

Literary Research Guide
5th edition electronic format for libraries
James L. Harner
free TriaLs avaiLabLe for Libraries

“Animatedly, energetically, enthusiastically, and vigorously recommended for all libraries serving upper-division undergraduate students, scholars, and other serious researchers.” —Library Journal

Previously available only in print, the Literary Research Guide is now available in a searchable online format for libraries. A comprehensive, annotated listing of reference sources in English literary studies that Choice calls “the standard guide in the field,” the new online format of the Guide is an especially helpful tool for librarians assisting users in evaluating reference sources in the humanities. The online format features automatic linking to reference sources in your library’s catalog, as well as a personalization tool that allows users to save searches and citations for later use. The electronic Literary Research Guide is updated regularly. Libraries pay an initial fee to establish access to the electronic format of the fifth edition and an annual update fee to maintain access. Visit www.mlalrg.org for a FREE TRIAL or e-mail subscrip@mla.org for more information.
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Libraries may order at www.mlalrg.org, by phone (646 576-5166), or by fax (646 576-5160). Send e-mail orders to subscrip@mla.org.

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Teaching Film
Lucy Fischer and patrice petro, eds.
“An invaluable resource not only for those new to teaching film but for those of us who have been working in the discipline for a long time and have grappled with many of the same issues addressed here.” —Pamela Robertson Wojcik University of Notre Dame

Film studies has been a part of higher education curricula in the United States almost since the development of the medium. Although the study of film is dispersed across a range of academic departments, programs, and scholarly organizations, film studies has come to be recognized as a field in its own right. In an era when teaching and scholarship are increasingly interdisciplinary, film studies continues to expand and thrive, attracting new scholars and fresh ideas, direction, and research. Given the dynamism of the field, experienced and beginning instructors alike need resources for bringing the study of film into the classroom. This volume will help instructors conceptualize contemporary film studies in pedagogical terms. The first part of the volume features essays on theory and on representation, including gender, race, and sexuality. Contributors then examine the geographies of cinema and offer practical suggestions for structuring courses on national, regional, and transnational film. Several essays focus on interdisciplinary approaches, while others describe courses designed around genre (film noir, the musical), mode (animation, documentary, avant-garde film), or the formal elements of film, such as sound, music, and mise-en-scène. The volume closes with a section on film and media in the digital age, in which contributors discuss the opportunities and challenges presented by access to resources, media convergence, and technological developments in the field.

June 2012 Options for teaching 35 iSSn 1079-2562 xi & 413 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth iSBn: 978-1-60329-114-9 $40.00 short paper iSBn: 978-1-60329-115-6 $25.00 trade Contributors: Mark Lynn Anderson, Dudley Andrew, Michael Aronson, edward Branigan, pat Brereton, Steven Cohan, timothy Corrigan, peter Decherney, David Desser, Wheeler Winston Dixon, nataša ˇ Durovicová, Caryl Flinn, gwendolyn ˇ Audrey Foster, Anne Friedberg, e. Ann Kaplan, Adam Knee, Mark Langer, James F Lastra, Adam Lowenstein, . neepa Majumdar, paula J. Massood, tara Mcpherson, Hamid naficy, Scott nygren, tasha Oren, raphael raphael, Michael renov, eric rentschler, Anne rutherford, Zoran Samardzija, garrett Stewart, Frank p tomasulo, Maureen . turim, Cristina Venegas, patricia White

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Teaching Anglophone Caribbean Literature
Supriya M. nair, ed.
“This is an absolutely welcome, urgently needed, and very substantial volume. It will undoubtedly strengthen the teaching of Caribbean literature.” —Shalini Puri University of Pittsburgh

August 2012 Options for teaching 34 iSSn 1079-2562 c. 472 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth iSBn: 978-1-60329-106-4 $40.00 short paper iSBn: 978-1-60329-107-1 $25.00 trade Contributors: nicole n. Aljoe, giselle Liza Anatol, Alisa K. Brathwaite, Albert Braz, Josh Brewer, timothy Chin, Carolyn Cooper, grant Farred, rhonda Frederick, Shane graham, Vivian nun Halloran, John C. Hawley, Brinda Mehta, paula Morgan, Denise deCaires narain, Jennifer nesbitt, Sandra pouchet paquet, Louis J. parascandola, Mimi pipino, elaine Savory, April Shemak, Faith Smith, Karina Smith, elizabeth Way

This volume recognizes that the most challenging aspect of introducing students to anglophone Caribbean literature— the sheer variety of intellectual and artistic traditions in Western and non-Western cultures that relate to it—also offers the greatest opportunities to teachers. Courses on anglophone literature in the Caribbean can consider the region’s specific histories and contexts even as they explore common issues: the legacies of slavery, colonialism, and colonial education; nationalism; exile and migration; identity and hybridity; class and racial conflict; gender and sexuality; religion and ritual. This volume considers how the availability of materials shapes syllabuses and recommends print, digital, and visual resources for teaching. The essays examine a host of topics, including the following:

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the development of multiethnic populations in the Caribbean and the role of various creole languages in the literature oral art forms, such as dub poetry and reggae music the influence of anglophone literature in the Caribbean on literary movements outside it, such as the Harlem Renaissance and black British writing Carnival religious rituals and beliefs specific genres such as slave narratives and autobiography film and drama the economics of rum

Many essays list resources for further reading, and the volume concludes with a section of additional teaching resources.
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Approaches to Teaching the Works of Ngu ˜ wa Thiong’o ˜gı
Oliver Lovesey, ed.
“Lovesey’s collection of essays is exemplary. It covers the full range of Ngugı’s output both as ˜ ˜ a creative writer and as a critic, and it focuses on texts that are widely used in classrooms throughout the world.” —Bernth Lindfors University of Texas, Austin

Ngugı wa Thiong’o is one of the most important and ˜ ˜ celebrated authors of postindependence Africa as well as a groundbreaking postcolonial theorist. His work, written first in English, then in Gı kuyu, engages with the ˜ ˜ ˜ transformations of his native Kenya after what is often termed the Mau Mau rebellion. It also gives voice to the struggles of all Africans against economic injustice and political oppression. His writing and activism continue despite imprisonment, the threat of assassination, and exile. Part 1 of this volume, “Materials,” provides resources and background for the teaching of Ngugı ’s novels, plays, ˜ ˜ memoirs, and criticism. The essays of part 2, “Approaches,” consider the influence of Frantz Fanon, Karl Marx, and Joseph Conrad on Ngugı ; the role of women in and ˜ ˜ influence of feminism on his fiction; his interpretation and political use of African history; his experimentation with orality and allegory in narrative; and the different challenges of teaching Ngugı in classrooms in the United States, ˜ ˜ Europe, and Africa.

December 2012 Approaches to teaching World Literature 121 iSSn 1059-1133 c. 320 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth iSBn: 978-1-60329-112-5 $37 short .50 paper iSBn: 978-1-60329-113-2 $19.75 trade Contributors: pius Adesanmi, Michael Andindilile, F Odun Balogun, . Steve gronert ellerhoff, Ali erritouni, Uzoma esonwanne, Simon gikandi, Michael Harris, emilia ilieva, W. O. Maloba, Kate Mcinturff, evan Mwangi, peter nazareth, gıchingiri ndıgırıgı, ˜ ˜ ˜˜ ˜ ngugı wa thiong’o, Brendon nicholls, ˜ ˜ James Ogude, Bonnie roos, peter Simatei, gayatri Chakravorty Spivak, patrick Williams

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Approaches to Teaching The Story of the Stone (Dream of the Red Chamber)
Andrew Schonebaum and tina Lu, eds.
“A truly instructive volume of diverse studies on a range of subjects that does justice to the novel’s own representational diversity and plenitude of culture.” —Anthony C. Yu University of Chicago

January 2013 Approaches to teaching World Literature 120 iSSn 1059-1133 c. 592 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth iSBn: 978-1-60329-110-1 $37 short .50 paper iSBn: 978-1-60329-111-8 $19.75 trade Contributors: Maram epstein, Mary ellen Friends, Charlotte Furth, Martin Huang, Ling Hon Lam, Dore J. Levy, Christopher Lupke, Keith McMahon, tobie Meyer-Fong, James A. Millward, John Minford, Susan naquin, ni Yibin, evelyn S. rawski, Haun Saussy, Mary Scott, Meir Shahar, Shang Wei, Matthew H. Sommer, Xiaojue Wang, i-Hsien Wu, Xueping Zhong

The Story of the Stone (or Dream of the Red Chamber), a Chinese novel by Cao Xueqin and continued by Gao E, tells of an amazing garden, of a young man’s choice between two beautiful women, of his journey toward enlightenment, and of the moral and financial decline of a powerful family. Published in 1792, it depicts virtually every facet of life in eighteenth-century China—and has influenced culture in China ever since. Part 1 of this volume, “Materials,” provides information and resources that will help teachers and students begin and pursue their study of Stone. The essays that constitute part 2, “Approaches,” introduce major topics to be covered in the classroom: Chinese religion, medicine, history, traditions of poetry, material culture, sexual mores, servants; Stone in film and on television; and the formidable challenges of translation into English that were faced by David Hawkes and then by John Minford.

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Approaches to Teaching Milton’s Paradise Lost second edition
peter C. Herman, ed.
“This is an exemplary anthology of essays, all of them anchored in pedagogical concerns.” —Joseph Wittreich Graduate Center, City University of New York

This second edition of Approaches to Teaching Milton’s Paradise Lost addresses Milton in the light of the digital age, new critical approaches to his poem, and his continued presence in contemporary culture. It aims to help instructors enliven the teaching of Paradise Lost and address the challenges presented to students by the poem—the early modern syntax and vocabulary, the political and theological contexts, and the abounding classical references. The first part of the volume, “Materials,” evaluates the many available editions of the poem, points to relevant reference works, recommends additional reading, and outlines useful audiovisual and online aids for teaching Milton’s epic poem. The essays in the second part, “Approaches,” are grouped by several themes: literary and historical contexts, characters, poetics, critical approaches, classrooms, and performance. The essays cover epic conventions and literary and biblical allusions, new approaches such as ecocriticism and masculinity studies, and reading Milton on the Web, among other topics.

Spring 2013 Approaches to teaching World Literature 122 iSSn 1059-1133 c. 264 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth iSBn: 978-1-60329-116-3 $37 short .50 paper iSBn: 978-1-60329-117-0 $19.75 trade Contributors: Boyd Berry, Michael Bryson, Angelica Duran, thomas Fulton, Wendy Furman-Adams, Achsah guibbory, randall ingram, Sean Keilen, William Kolbrener, John Leonard, David Loewenstein, thomas H. Luxon, Catherine gimelli Martin, Feisal g. Mohamed, richard rambuss, Hugh richmond, elizabeth Sauer, regina Schwartz, gregory M. Colón Semenza, John t. Shawcross, Lauren Shohet, Abraham Stoll, Jeffrey theis, Julia M. Walker, Anthony Welch, Jessica Wolfe

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Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare’s The Taming of the Shrew
Margaret Dupuis and grace tiffany, eds.
“This collection is essential reading for beginning instructors and for seasoned veterans. The editors should be commended for making available such a useful and rich array of pedagogical strategies.” —Katherine Scheil University of Minnesota

Spring 2013 Approaches to teaching World Literature 123 iSSn 1059-1133 c. 280 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth iSBn: 978-1-60329-118-7 $37 short .50 paper iSBn: 978-1-60329-119-4 $19.75 trade Contributors: M. g. Aune, Bruce e. Brandt, Douglas Bruster, Sheila t. Cavanagh, Alice Dailey, Silver Damsen, Laurie ellinghausen, Jay L. Halio, peter C. Herman, James Hirsh, Laura grace godwin, Anne F . gossage, peter H. greenfield, Shawn Kairschner, Wesley Kisting, Cynthia Lewis, todd M. Lidh, Laury Magnus, robert Matz, Margaret Maurer, Michael McClintock, Joseph M. Ortiz, Meg F pearson, Joseph ricke, . edward L. rocklin, James W. Welsh

The impetus for this Approaches to Teaching volume on The Taming of the Shrew grew from the editors’ desire to discover why a play notorious for its controversial exploration of conflicts between men and women and the challenges of marriage is enduringly popular in the classroom, in the performing arts, and in scholarship. The result is a volume that offers practical advice to teachers on editions and teaching resources in part 1, “Materials,” while illuminating how the play’s subtle and complex arguments regarding not just marriage but a host of other subjects—modes of early modern education, the uses of clever rhetoric, intergenerational and class politics, the power of theater— are being brought to life in college classrooms. The essays in part 2, “Approaches,” are written by English and theater instructors who have taught in a variety of academic settings and cover topics including early modern homilies and music, Hollywood versions of The Taming of the Shrew, and student performances.

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Approaches to Teaching the Works of Robert Louis Stevenson
Caroline McCracken-Flesher, ed.
“For teachers of Stevenson from K–12 through graduate study . . . first-rate scholars provide a sophisticated overview of his wide-ranging literary output.” Joseph McLaughlin Ohio University

Although Robert Louis Stevenson was a late Victorian, his work—especially Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde—still circulates energetically and internationally among popular and academic audiences and among young and old. Admired by Henry James, Vladimir Nabokov, and Jorge Luis Borges, Stevenson’s fiction crosses the boundaries of genre and challenges narrow definitions of the modern and the postmodern. Part 1 of this volume, “Materials,” provides an introduction to the writer’s life, a survey of the criticism of his work, and a variety of resources for the instructor. In part 2, “Approaches,” thirty essays address such topics as Stevenson’s dialogue with James about literature; his verse for children; his Scottish heritage; his wanderlust; his work as gothic fiction, as science fiction, as detective fiction; his critique of imperialism in the South Seas; his usefulness in the creative writing classroom; and how he encourages expansive thinking across texts, times, places, and lives.

Spring 2013 Approaches to teaching World Literature 124 iSSn 1059-1133 c. 260 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth iSBn: 978-1-60329-121-7 $37 short .50 paper iSBn: 978-1-60329-122-4 $19.75 trade Contributors: Abigail Burnham Bloom, Oliver S. Buckton, Jenni Calder, robert L. Caserio, Barbara Chatton, Ann C. Colley, Martin Danahay, Dennis Denisoff, Linda Dryden, ian Duncan, penny Fielding, Jason goldsmith, Scott Hames, richard J. Hill, gordon Hirsch, emily A. Bernhard Jackson, Wendy r. Katz, J. Derrick McClure, glenda norquay, Susan Oliver, Alan riach, thomas richardson, Leslie S. rush, Anne Stiles, graham tulloch, H. Aram Veeser, roderick Watson, Matthew Wickman, Fiona Wilson

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a new varioruM ediTion of shakespeare

The Comedy of Errors
Standish Henning, ed.
“[The New Variorum Edition] cites the best thinking of the best minds who have commented on Shakespeare in the last three and a half centuries.” —New York Times

Now available xxvi & 611 pp. • 6½ x 9½ Cloth iSBn 978-0-87352-296-0 $120.00 short this volume includes a CD that contains the contents as textsearchable pDFs with internal links for easy navigation.

Inaugurated in the 1860s and the standard reference edition of Shakespeare’s work, the New Variorum Edition of Shakespeare continues the tradition of the original variorum editions of the early nineteenth century. The latest edition, The Comedy of Errors, not only contains the complete text of the play but also presents the expanse of scholarly opinion and interpretation from the earliest commentary to the present. It covers dating, sources, and emendations to stage history and influential interpretations of particular words. New Variorum editions are valuable resources for an international audience of scholars, students, directors, actors, and general readers. Overseen by two general editors and an MLA committee, the production of each edition is conducted by a team of scholars and researchers working over a number of years.

Other titles in the series

Antony and Cleopatra

As You Like It

Marvin Spevack, ed. Michael Steppat and Marga Munkelt, assoc. eds.
1990. xxxvii & 885 pp. • 6½ x 9½ Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-286-1 $80.00 short

Richard Knowles, ed.
1977. xxviii & 737 pp. • 6½ x 9½ Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-278-0 $80.00 short

The Winter’s Tale

Robert Kean Turner and Virginia Westling Haas, eds.
This volume includes a CD that contains the contents as textsearchable PDFs with internal links for easy navigation. 2005. xxvii & 979 pp. • 6½ x 9½ Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-294-6 $120.00 short

Set of Five Variorum Volumes
Buy all five volumes and receive a 25% discount. Priced separately: $480 Special price for five-volume set: $360

Measure for Measure
Mark Eccles, ed.
1980. xxvii & 555 pp. • 6½ x 9½ Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-284-0 $80.00 short

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Containing over one hundred volumes, this popular MLA series (iSSn 1059-1133) addresses a broad range of literary texts. each volume surveys teaching aids and critical material and brings together essays in which experienced teachers discuss approaches they have found effective in keeping classroom discussions lively. Most volumes are available in cloth for $37 (short discount) and in paper for $19.75 (trade discount). .50
Achebe’s Things Fall Apart Balzac’s Old Goriot
Michal Peled Ginsburg, ed.
2001. xi & 203 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-759-0 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-760-6

Boccaccio’s Decameron
James H. McGregor, ed.
2000. ix & 207 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-761-3 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-762-0

Camus’s The Plague
Steven G. Kellman, ed.
1985. x & 133 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-485-8 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

Bernth Lindfors, ed.
1991. x & 145 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-548-0

The Arthurian Tradition

Baudelaire’s Flowers of Evil

Maureen Fries and Jeanie Watson, eds.
1992. xi & 195 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-702-6

Laurence M. Porter, ed.
2000. xi & 209 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-751-4 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-752-1

British Women Poets of the Romantic Period
Stephen C. Behrendt and Harriet Kramer Linkin, eds.
1997. xiii & 207 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-743-9 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

The Writings of Bartolomé de Las Casas

Santa Arias and Eyda M. Merediz, eds.
2008. xiv & 284 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-87352-944-0 Paper ISBN 978-1-87352-945-7

Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale and Other Works

Beckett’s Waiting for Godot
June Schlueter and Enoch Brater, eds.
1991. viii & 184 pp. Cloth ISBN: 978-0-87352-5411 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-542-8

Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre

Sharon R. Wilson, Thomas B. Friedman, and Shannon Hengen, eds.
1996. ix & 215 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-735-4 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-736-1

Diane Long Hoeveler and Beth Lau, eds.
1993. ix & 180 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-706-4

Cather’s My Ántonia
Susan J. Rosowski, ed.
1989. xii & 194 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-519-0 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-520-6

Beowulf

Austen’s Emma

Jess B. Bessinger, Jr., and Robert F. Yeager, eds.
1984. xvii & 214 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-482-7

Emily Brontë’s Wuthering Heights

Cervantes’ Don Quixote

Marcia McClintock Folsom, ed.
2004. xliii & 200 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-912-9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-913-6

Sue Lonoff and Terri A. Hasseler, eds.
2006. vii & 195 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-992-1 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-993-8

Richard Bjornson, ed.
1984. x & 188 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-479-7 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-480-3

Austen’s Pride and Prejudice
Marcia McClintock Folsom, ed.
1993. xii & 186 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-714-9

Blake’s Songs of Innocence and of Experience

Robert F. Gleckner and Mark L. Greenberg, eds.
1989. xvi & 162 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-517-6 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-518-3

Byron’s Poetry

Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
Joseph Gibaldi, ed.
1980. xvi & 175 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-475-9

Frederick W. Shilstone, ed.
1991. x & 193 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-545-9 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

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Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde and the Shorter Poems

Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe

Duras’s Ourika

Tison Pugh and Angela Jane Weisl, eds.
2006. xiii & 217 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-996-9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-997-6

Maximillian E. Novak and Carl Fisher, eds.
2005. xxii & 243 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-916-7 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-917-4

Mary Ellen Birkett and Christopher Rivers, eds.
2009. ix & 184 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-018-0 Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-019-7

English Renaissance Drama
Karen Bamford and Alexander Leggatt, eds.
2002. xv & 230 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-773-6 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-774-3

Chopin’s The Awakening

DeLillo’s White Noise
Tim Engles and John N. Duvall, eds.
2006. vii & 240 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-918-1 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-919-8

Early Modern Spanish Drama

Bernard Koloski, ed.
1988. xi & 170 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-508-4

Laura R. Bass and Margaret R. Greer, eds.
2006. xiii & 281 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-994-5 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-995-2

The Works of Louise Erdrich

Greg Sarris, Connie A. Jacobs, and James R. Giles, eds.
2004. ix & 261 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-914-3 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-915-0

Coleridge’s Poetry and Prose

Dickens’s Bleak House
John O. Jordan and Gordon Bigelow, eds.
2009. vii & 230 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-013-5 Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-014-2

Eliot’s Middlemarch
Kathleen Blake, ed.
1990. ix & 187 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-533-6 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-534-3

Richard E. Matlak, ed.
1991. x & 185 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-549-7 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-700-2

The Dramas of Euripides

Robin Mitchell Boyask, ed.
2002. xiii & 235 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-769-9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-770-5

Collodi’s Pinocchio and Its Adaptations
Michael Sherberg, ed.
2006. x & 180 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-595-4 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-596-1

Dickens’ David Copperfield
Richard J. Dunn, ed.
1984. x & 162 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-483-4 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-484-1

Eliot’s Poetry and Plays

Jewel Spears Brooker, ed.
1988. xii & 203 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-513-8 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-514-5

Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying

Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness” and “The Secret Sharer”
Hunt Hawkins and Brian W. Shaffer, eds.
2003. xiii & 195 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-903-7

Dickinson’s Poetry

Robin Riley Fast and Christine Mack Gordon, eds.
1989. x & 203 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-525-1 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-526-8

Shorter Elizabethan Poetry

Patrick O’Donnell and Lynda Zwinger, eds.
2011. vi & 218 pp. Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-084-5 Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-085-2
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Patrick Cheney and Anne Lake Prescott, eds.
2000. xiv & 331 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-753-8 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-754-5

Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury
Stephen Hahn and Arthur F. Kinney, eds.
1996. xi & 173 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-737-8 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-738-5

Dante’s Divine Comedy
Carole Slade, ed.
1982. xiii & 177 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-477-3 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-478-0

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
James C. Hall, ed.
2000. xiii & 174 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-749-1 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

Ellison’s Invisible Man
Susan Resneck Parr and Pancho Savery, eds.
1989. xi & 154 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-506-0

Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby

Jackson R. Bryer and Nancy P. VanArsdale, eds.
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2009. xiii & 233 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-020-3 Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-021-0

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Flaubert’s Madame Bovary

Grass’s The Tin Drum
Monika Shafi, ed.
2008. xvi & 258 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-811-5 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-812-2

Laurence M. Porter and Eugene F. Gray, eds.
1995. xv & 167 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-729-3 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

Henry James’s Daisy Miller and The Turn of the Screw
Kimberly C. Reed and Peter G. Beidler, eds.
2005. ix & 221 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-200-0 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-219-0

Lafayette’s The Princess of Clèves

Faith E. Beasley and Katharine Ann Jensen, eds.
1998. xi & 211 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-745-3 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-746-0

García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude

H.D.’s Poetry and Prose

Annette Debo and Lara Vetter, eds.
2011. x & 208 pp. Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-102-6 Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-103-3
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María Elena de Valdés and Mario J. Valdés, eds.
1990. x & 156 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-536-7

The Works of Samuel Johnson

David R. Anderson and Gwin J. Kolb, eds.
1993. xi & 152 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-721-7 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-722-4

Lazarillo de Tormes and the Picaresque Tradition
Anne J. Cruz, ed.
2009. viii & 173 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-016-6 Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-017-3

Gilman’s “The Yellow Wall-Paper” and Herland
Denise D. Knight and Cynthia J. Davis, eds.
2003. xvii & 198 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-900-6 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-901-3

The Hebrew Bible as Literature in Translation

Barry N. Olshen and Yael S. Feldman, eds.
1989. x & 156 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-523-7 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

Joyce’s Ulysses

Kathleen McCormick and Erwin R. Steinberg, eds.
1993. xii & 178 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-711-8 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-712-5

The Works of D. H. Lawrence

M. Elizabeth Sargent and Garry Watson, eds.
2001. xviii & 270 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-763-7 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-764-4

Goethe’s Faust

Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey

Kafka’s Short Fiction
Richard T. Gray, ed.
1995. xiv & 161 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-725-5 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

Douglas J. McMillan, ed.
1987. xiii & 170 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-501-5 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-502-2

Kostas Myrsiades, ed.
1987. x & 158 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-500-8

Lessing’s The Golden Notebook
Carey Kaplan and Ellen Cronan Rose, eds.
1989. vii & 147 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-521-3 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-522-0

Gothic Fiction: The British and American Traditions

Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God and Other Works
John Lowe, ed.
2009. ix & 207 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-043-2 Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-044-9

Keats’s Poetry

Walter H. Evert and Jack W. Rhodes, eds.
1991. xi & 162 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-543-5 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

The Works of Naguib Mahfouz

Diane Long Hoeveler and Tamar Heller, eds.
2003. xiv & 310 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-907-5

Waïl S. Hassan and Susan Muaddi Darraj, eds.
2012. viii & 226 pp. Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-108-8 Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-109-5
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The Poetry of John Gower

Ibsen’s A Doll House
Yvonne Shafer, ed.
1985. xv & 139 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-487-2 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

Kingston’s The Woman Warrior

Shirley Geok-lin Lim, ed.
1991. xi & 178 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-703-3 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-704-0

R. F. Yeager and Brian W. Gastle, eds.
2011. viii & 236 pp. Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-099-9 Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-100-2
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Mann’s Death in Venice and Other Short Fiction

Jeffrey B. Berlin, ed.
1992. x & 199 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-709-5 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-710-1
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Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptameron
Colette H. Winn, ed.
2007. xvi & 247 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-591-6 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-592-3

Molière’s Tartuffe and Other Plays

James F. Gaines and Michael S. Koppisch, eds.
1995. xi & 166 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-731-6 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-732-3

The Works of Tim O’Brien

Alex Vernon and Catherine Calloway, eds.
2010. vii & 294 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-075-3 Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-076-0

Pynchon’s The Crying of Lot 49 and Other Works

Thomas H. Schaub, ed.
2008. xiii & 195 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-813-9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-814-6

Medieval English Drama

Richard K. Emmerson, ed.
1990. xvii & 182 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-531-2 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-532-9

Momaday’s The Way to Rainy Mountain

Kenneth M. Roemer, ed.
1988. xii & 172 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-510-7

The Works of Ovid and the Ovidian Tradition

The Works of François Rabelais
Todd W. Reeser and Floyd Gray, eds.
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Barbara Weiden Boyd and Cora Fox, eds.
2010. ix & 294 pp. Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-063-0

Melville’s Moby-Dick
Martin Bickman, ed.
1985. x & 157 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-489-6 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-490-2

Montaigne’s Essays
Patrick Henry, ed.
1994. xii & 190 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-719-4 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-720-0

2011. x & 342 pp. Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-097-5 Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-098-2

Poe’s Prose and Poetry
2009. xix & 241 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-011-1 Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-012-8

Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock and Tony Magistrale, eds.

The Novels of Samuel Richardson
Lisa Zunshine and Jocelyn Harris, eds.
2006. xiii & 216 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-922-8 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-923-5

The Metaphysical Poets
Sidney Gottlieb, ed.
1990. xii & 177 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-530-5

The Novels of Toni Morrison

Nellie Y. McKay and Kathryn Earle, eds.
1997. xi & 179 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-742-2

Pope’s Poetry

Miller’s Death of a Salesman
Matthew Roudané, ed.
1995. xii & 178 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-727-9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-728-6

Wallace Jackson and R. Paul Yoder, eds.
1993. xi & 207 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-715-6 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-716-3

Murasaki Shikibu’s The Tale of Genji
Edward Kamens, ed.
1993. xiii & 186 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-717-0 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-718-7

Rousseau’s Confessions and Reveries of the Solitary Walker
John C. O’Neal and Ourida Mostefai, eds.
2003. xiii & 157 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-910-5 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-911-2

Proust’s Fiction and Criticism

Milton’s Paradise Lost
Galbraith M. Crump, ed.
1986. x & 201 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-493-3 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-494-0

Nabokov’s Lolita

Zoran Kuzmanovich and Galya Diment, eds.
2008. xiv & 190 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-942-6 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-943-3

Elyane Dezon-Jones and Inge Crosman Wimmers, eds.
2003. xvii & 184 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-908-2 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-909-9

Scott’s Waverley Novels
Evan Gottlieb and Ian Duncan, eds.
2010. vi & 202 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-035-7 Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-036-4

Milton’s Shorter Poetry and Prose

Peter C. Herman, ed.
2007. xii & 284 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-593-0 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-594-7

Puig’s Kiss of the Spider Woman

Daniel Balderston and Francine Masiello, eds.
2007. vii & 169 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-817-7 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-818-4

Shakespeare’s Hamlet
Bernice W. Kliman, ed.
2001. xiv & 291 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-767-5 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

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Shakespeare’s King Lear

Song of Roland

Robert H. Ray, ed.
1986. x & 166 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-497-1 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-498-8

William W. Kibler and Leslie Zarker Morgan, eds.
2006. ix & 317 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-998-3 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-999-0 Contains a free CD featuring performances of the Song of Roland.

Swift’s Gulliver’s Travels

Edward J. Rielly, ed.
1988. ix & 148 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-511-4 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-512-1

Whitman’s Leaves of Grass

Donald D. Kummings, ed.
1990. x & 192 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-537-4 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-538-1

Shakespeare’s Othello
Peter Erickson and Maurice Hunt, eds.
2005. xiii & 244 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-901-0 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-91X-0

The Works of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz
Emilie L. Bergmann and Stacey Schlau, eds.
2007. xii & 312 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-815-3 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-816-0

Teresa of Ávila and the Spanish Mystics
Alison Weber, ed.
2009. ix & 297 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-022-7 Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-023-4

Wiesel’s Night
Alan Rosen, ed.
2007. vi & 169 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-589-3 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-590-9

Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet
Maurice Hunt, ed.
2000. xi & 219 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-757-6 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-758-3

Thoreau’s Walden and Other Works

The Works of Oscar Wilde

Spenser’s Faerie Queene

Richard J. Schneider, ed.
1996. xi & 223 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-733-0 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-734-7

Philip E. Smith II, ed.
2008. xii & 278 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-009-8 Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-010-4

Shakespeare’s The Tempest and Other Late Romances
Maurice Hunt, ed.
1992. xii & 195 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-707-1 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

David Lee Miller and Alexander Dunlop, eds.
1994. ix & 207 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-723-1 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina

Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway
Eileen Barrett and Ruth O. Saxton, eds.
2009. vii & 167 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-058-6 Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-059-3

Stendhal’s The Red and the Black
Dean de la Motte and Stirling Haig, eds.
1999. xii & 189 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-747-7 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-748-4

Liza Knapp and Amy Mandelker, eds.
2003. ix & 226 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-904-4 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-905-1

Shelley’s Frankenstein
Stephen C. Behrendt, ed.
1990. x & 190 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-540-4

Vergil’s Aeneid

Woolf’s To the Lighthouse

William S. Anderson and Lorina N. Quartarone, eds.
2002. xiii & 255 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-771-2 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

Beth Rigel Daugherty and Mary Beth Pringle, eds.
2001. xiv & 211 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-765-1 Available in cloth only for $19.75.

Shelley’s Poetry
Spencer Hall, ed.
1990. ix & 189 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-527-5 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-528-2

Sterne’s Tristram Shandy
Melvyn New, ed.
1989. x & 174 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-515-2 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-516-9

Voltaire’s Candide

Wordsworth’s Poetry
Spencer Hall, ed., with Jonathan Ramsey
1986. x & 182 pp. Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-496-4

Renée Waldinger, ed.
1987. x & 206 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-503-9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-504-6

Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Miriam Youngerman Miller and Jane Chance, eds.
1986. xii & 256 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-491-9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-492-6

Elizabeth Ammons and Susan Belasco, eds.
2000. ix & 240 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-755-2 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-756-9

Wright’s Native Son
James A. Miller, ed.
1997. x & 141 pp. Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-739-2 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-740-8
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Eleonore Thon

Adelheit von Rastenberg
An English Translation
george F peters, trans. .

Sophie Cottin

Claire d’Albe An English Translation
Margaret Cohen, trans.

Adelheit von Rastenberg
The Original German Text
Karin A. Wurst, ed. In Thon’s 1788 play, set in the German Middle Ages, a woman is forced to marry a man she does not love.
Texts and Translations 4 English translation 1997. xxxviii & 74 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-782-8 $6.95 trade German text 1997. xxxviii & 74 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-781-1 $6.95 trade

Claire d’Albe The Original French Text
Margaret Cohen, ed. This 1799 novel was audacious in its day for its representation of adulterous love as a positive act of self-fulfillment.
Texts and Translations 13 English translation 2002. xxxiv & 158 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-926-6 $9.95 trade French text 2002. xxviii & 164 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-925-9 $9.95 trade

Confessions of a Poisoner, Written by Herself
raleigh Whitinger and Diana Spokiene, trans.

Seyh Galip ¸

Beauty and Love
Victoria rowe Holbrook, trans.

Hüsn ü Aşk
Victoria rowe Holbrook, ed. This Turkish verse romance written in 1783 is a religious interpretation of the Islamic love tale. It is widely known as the greatest work of Ottoman literature.
Texts and Translations 17 English translation 2005. xxix & 216 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-934-1 $9.95 trade Turkish text 2005. xxvii + 203 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-933-4 $9.95 trade

Bekenntnisse einer Giftmischerin, von ihr selbst geschrieben
raleigh Whitinger and Diana Spokiene, eds. This anonymous novel caused a stir in Berlin, 1803, with its promiscuous sex, sharp social criticism, and dark humor. In its questioning of the submissive images and roles of women, it anticipates feminist fiction of a century later.
Texts and Translations 27 English translation 2009. xliii & 199 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-065-4 $12.95 trade German text 2009. xxxix & 223 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-064-7 $12.95 trade

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Dovid Bergelson

Descent

George Sand

Gabriel An English Translation
Kathleen robin Hart and paul Fenouillet, trans.

Joseph Sherman, trans.

‫[ אפּגאנג‬Opgang]
Joseph Sherman, ed. Bergelson’s 1920 novella describes the complex Jewish life of Russia and the Ukraine through the turbulent period leading up to the October Revolution of 1917.
Texts and Translations 7 English translation 1999. li & 240 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-788-0 $9.95 trade Yiddish text 1999. xliv & 235 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-787-3 $9.95 trade

Gabriel The Original French Text
Kathleen robin Hart, ed. The handsome, heroic heir to a vast estate, raised as a man to follow a man’s pursuits and to despise women, is devastated to learn at the age of seventeen that he is in fact a she. Gabriel courageously refuses to give up her male privileges, and her tragic struggle to work and fight and love offers a window into the obstacles faced by George Sand.
Texts and Translations 28 English translation 2010. 190 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-078-4 $11.95 trade French text 2010. 193 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-077-7 $11.95 trade

Thérèse Kuoh-Moukoury

Essential Encounters
Cheryl toman, trans.

Rencontres essentielles
Cheryl toman, ed. Published in 1969, Essential Encounters is the first novel by a woman of sub-Saharan francophone Africa. Its story of love, infertility, a failed marriage, and adultery looks at both interpersonal connections and national politics from a feminist perspective.
Texts and Translations 10 English translation 2002. xxxii & 60 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-794-1 $6.95 trade French text 2002. xxvii & 58 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-793-4 $6.95 trade

Françoise de Graffigny David Kornacker, trans.

Letters from a Peruvian Woman Lettres d’une Péruvienne
Joan DeJean and nancy K. Miller, eds. In this eighteenth-century novel, the Inca princess Zilia is kidnapped by Spanish conquerors, captured by the French after a battle at sea, and taken to Europe.
Texts and Translations 2 English translation 1993. xxviii & 174 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-778-1 $8.95 trade French text 1993. xxvi & 168 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-777-4 $5.95 trade

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Isabelle de Charrière

Letters of Mistress Henley Published by Her Friend
philip Stewart and Jean Vaché, trans.

Adolphe Belot

Mademoiselle Giraud, My Wife
Christopher rivers, trans.

Lettres de Mistriss Henley publiées par son amie
Joan Hinde Stewart and philip Stewart, eds. Six letters tell the story of a woman who has chosen a decent and affectionate man as her life’s companion only to discover that she cannot bear sharing his life.
Texts and Translations 1 English translation 1993. xxix & 42 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-776-7 $6.95 trade French text 1993. xxx & 45 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-775-0 $6.95 trade

Mademoiselle Giraud, ma femme
Christopher rivers, ed. This sensational novel (published in 1870 with a preface by Zola) tells of the suffering of a naive young man whose new bride will not agree to consummate the marriage.
Texts and Translations 11 English translation 2002. xlii & 214 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-799-6 $9.95 trade French text 2002. xl & 216 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-798-9 $9.95 trade

Edith Bruck

Letter to My Mother
Brenda Webster with gabriella romani, trans.

An Anthology of Modern Italian Poetry In English Translation, with Italian Text
ned Condini, ed. and trans. Dana renga, introd. and notes Poems of thirty-eight poets engage the economic, political, and social tensions of post-Unification Italy.
Texts and Translations 25 2009. xxxvii & 431 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-032-6 $11.95 trade

Lettera alla madre
gabriella romani, ed. Bruck’s experimental fusion of memoir and fiction portrays the Holocaust from a female perspective and highlights the role of gender in the creation of memory.
Texts and Translations 18 English translation 2006. xxvii & 251 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-936-5 $9.95 trade Italian text 2006. xxvii & 251 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-935-8 $9.95 trade

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An Anthology of Modern Urdu Poetry In English Translation, with Urdu Text
M. A. r. Habib, trans. and ed. The modern Urdu poets presented in this book offer a fascinating range of forms and styles as well as a complex commentary on the experience— personal, religious, cultural, political—of the issues and dilemmas of the twentieth century.
Texts and Translations 12 2003. xlii & 195 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-797-2 $11.95 trade

An Anthology of Nineteenth-Century Women’s Poetry from Spain In English Translation, with Original Text
Anna-Marie Aldaz, ed. and trans. W. robert Walker, trans. “A valuable resource for courses in Spanish and world literature.” —Joyce Tolliver, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Texts and Translations 23 2008. xl & 307 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-028-9 $11.95 trade

Rachilde

Monsieur Vénus A Materialist Novel
Melanie Hawthorne, trans.

Claire de Duras

Ourika An English Translation
John Fowles, trans.

Monsieur Vénus Roman matérialiste
Melanie Hawthorne and Liz Constable, eds. In this key text from the French decadent movement, an aristocratic young woman becomes enamored of a young man who makes artificial flowers for a living.
Texts and Translations 15 English translation 2004. xliii & 211 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-930-3 $9.95 trade French text 2004. xliii & 212 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-929-7 $9.95 trade

Ourika The Original French Text
Joan DeJean, ed. Ourika relates the experiences of a Senegalese girl who is rescued from slavery and raised by an aristocratic French family during the French Revolution.
Texts and Translations 3 English translation 1995. xxxiii & 47 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-780-4 $8.95 trade French text 1995. xxviii & 45 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-779-8 $8.95 trade

Sofya Kovalevskaya

Nihilist Girl

natasha Kolchevska, trans., with Mary Zirin

Нигилистка [Nigilistka]

“Personality Disorders” and Other Stories
gregory B. Kaplan, trans.

Juan José Millás

natasha Kolchevska, ed. First published in Switzerland in 1892, finally printed in Russia in 1906, and never before translated into English, Nihilist Girl is the story of a young aristocrat who longs to devote her life to a cause.
Texts and Translations 8 English translation 2002. xliii & 139 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-790-3 $8.95 trade Russian text 2002. xlii & 139 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-789-7 $8.95 trade

“Trastornos de carácter” y otros cuentos
pepa Anastasio, ed. “Millás is an important Spanish writer, and the stories are fun and thought-provoking. The translations are solid and retain the humor, irony, and satirical thrust of the original texts.” —Edward Friedman, Vanderbilt University
Texts and Translations 19 English translation 2007. xli & 131 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-938-9 $9.95 trade Spanish text 2007. xl & 137 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-937-2 $9.95 trade

An Anthology of Nineteenth-Century Women’s Poetry from France In English Translation, with French Text
gretchen Schultz, ed. “The selections in the volume are excellent and, for the most part, will appeal to contemporary tastes.” —Marilyn Gaddis Rose, Binghamton University
Texts and Translations 24 2008. xl & 368 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-029-6 $11.95 trade

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Marceline Desbordes-Valmore

Sarah An English Translation
Deborah Jenson and Doris Kadish, trans.

An Anthology of Spanish American Modernismo

Kelly Washbourne, ed. Kelly Washbourne with Sergio Waisman, trans. Deborah Jenson and Doris Kadish, eds. “These are among the very best translations of “Promises to expand the place of women’s writing poetry from Spanish to English. This volume will in the colonial archive.” —Adrianna M. Paliyenko, editor of Engendering be a wonderful contribution to the conversations Race: Romantic-Era Women and French Colonial among those who read and study both Spanish Memory and English.” —Gwen Kirkpatrick, Georgetown University

Sarah The Original French Text

Texts and Translations 22 English translation 2008. xli & 96 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-027-2 $9.95 trade

French text 2008. xxxvii & 93 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-026-5 $9.95 trade

Texts and Translations 20 2007. liii & 313 pp. • 5½ x 8½

Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-939-6 $10.95 trade

Marie Riccoboni

“The Signorina” and Other Stories
Martha King and Carol Lazzaro-Weis, trans.

Anna Banti

The Story of Ernestine
Joan Hinde Stewart and philip Stewart, trans.

Histoire d’Ernestine
Joan Hinde Stewart and philip Stewart, eds. Set in prerevolutionary France, The Story of Ernestine tells of the love between a naive apprentice painter and the marquis de Clemengis, a world-weary aristocrat.
Texts and Translations 6 English translation 1998. xxxiv & 80 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-786-6 $7.95 trade French text 1998. xxxiii & 81 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-785-9 $7.95 trade

“La signorina” e altri racconti
Carol Lazzaro-Weis, ed. Anna Banti was a prominent Italian writer from the 1940s until her death in 1985. Five tales display her talent in fiction, science fiction, historical fiction, and mystery.
Texts and Translations 9 English translation 2002. xxxiii & 171 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-792-7 $8.95 trade Italian text 2002. xxxii & 172 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-791-0 $8.95 trade

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François-Timoléon de Choisy, MarieJeanne L’Héritier, and Charles Perrault

The Story of the Marquise-Marquis de Banneville
Steven F rendall, trans. .

“Torn Lace” and Other Stories
María Cristina Urruela, trans.

Emilia Pardo Bazán

“El encaje roto” y otros cuentos
Joyce tolliver, ed. Noted for feminist themes, Pardo Bazán’s stories, written a century ago, explore many aspects of the relationships between men and women.
Texts and Translations 5 English translation 1997. xxxiv & 141 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-784-2 $7.95 trade Spanish text 1997. xxxiv & 132 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-783-5 $7.95 trade

Histoire de la Marquise-Marquis de Banneville
Joan DeJean, ed. In the introduction, Joan DeJean presents the fascinating puzzle of authorship of this genderbending tale written in the late seventeenth century in France.
Texts and Translations 16 English translation 2004. xxvii & 66 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-932-7 $6.95 trade French text 2004. xxviii & 64 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-931-0 $6.95 trade

Elsa Bernstein

Twilight A Drama in Five Acts
Susanne Kord, trans.

Isabelle de Charrière

Dämmerung Schauspiel in fünf Akten
Susanne Kord, ed. In this naturalist drama, a woman eye surgeon treats the daughter of a man who is prejudiced against educated women. Her successful treatment wins the father’s affection for her, and they fall in love.
Texts and Translations 14 English translation 2003. xlii & 145 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-928-0 $9.95 trade German text 2003. xlii & 150 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-927-3 $9.95 trade

Three Women Trois femmes

emma rooksby, trans. emma rooksby, ed. Three women who have fled the French Revolution try to make new lives for themselves in Germany. Their experiences, difficulties, and choices illustrate the sentimental tradition, Enlightenment ideas, and epistolary fiction.
Texts and Translations 21 English translation 2007. xli & 176 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-941-9 $9.95 trade French text 2007. xli & 165 pp. • 5½ x 8½ Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-940-2 $9.95 trade

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Teaching the African Novel
gaurav Desai, ed. “An indispensable theoretical and practical guide for teachers of the African novel and indeed of African literature in general.” —Simon E. Gikandi, Princeton University
Options for Teaching 24 2009. vii & 427 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-037-1 $40.00 short Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-038-8 $25.00 trade

Teaching Contemporary Theory to Undergraduates
Dianne F Sadoff and William e. Cain, eds. . This collection of essays discusses the many ways teachers use literary theory in college courses and explores the wide range of theory taught to undergraduates today.
Options for Teaching 12 1994. vi & 271 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-368-4 $37.50 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-369-1 $19.75 trade

Teaching British Women Playwrights of the Restoration and Eighteenth Century
Bonnie nelson and Catherine Burroughs, eds. The volume features essays on the history of women in theater, on individual playwrights, and on these women’s political, protofeminist, critical, and moralist agendas. “An extremely useful guide to instructors trying to bring these plays and this period into their teaching, and even their research.” —John O’Brien, University of Virginia
Options for Teaching 30 2010. x & 470 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-082-1 $40.00 short Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-083-8 $25.00 trade

Teaching Early Modern English Prose
edited by Susannah Brietz Monta and Margaret W. Ferguson Thirty essays approach the prose of early modern England as a genre that requires as much analysis and attention as the drama and poetry of the time. “This volume is full of wonderful, promising, intriguing suggestions.” —Debora Shuger, University of California, Los Angeles
Options for Teaching 25 2010. x & 386 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-052-4 $40.00 short Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-053-1 $25.00 trade

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Teaching French Women Writers of the Renaissance and Reformation
Colette H. Winn, ed. This volume considers the issues new critical to teaching women writers who have enriched the literary canon by offering alternative perspectives on the social, political, and religious issues of early modern France. Addressing topics from law and medicine to motherhood and aesthetics, these women wrote in nearly every genre, and their works include several literary firsts. “An excellent volume of essays on an increasingly important topic of research and instruction.” —Edwin M. Duval, Yale University
Options for Teaching 31 2011. vii & 431 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-089-0 $40.00 short Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-090-6 $25.00 trade

Teaching Italian American Literature, Film, and Popular Culture
edvige giunta and Kathleen Zamboni McCormick, eds. Over thirty teachers discuss strategies for teaching Italian American fiction, poetry, memoir, oral history, theater and performance, and film and television.
Options for Teaching 28 2010. xii & 360 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-066-1 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-067-8 $25.00 trade

Teaching Law and Literature
Austin Sarat, Cathrine O. Frank, and Matthew Anderson, eds. “Students in undergraduate humanities new courses will benefit from studying the way legal realities help shape and inform literary works. Law teachers may usefully assign chapters from the text to explore law’s narrative drama.” —Richard Sherwin, New York Law School
Options for Teaching 32 2011. viii & 510 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-092-0 $40.00 short Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-093-7 $25.00 trade

Teaching the Graphic Novel
Stephen e. tabachnick, ed. “This excellent collection lays out an impressive series of methods and techniques for teaching graphic novels.” —M. Thomas Inge, Randolph-Macon College
Options for Teaching 27 2009. viii & 353 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-061-6 $25.00 trade

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Teaching Life Writing Texts
Miriam Fuchs and Craig Howes, eds. “Howes and Fuchs have spanned a remarkable breadth in terms of where their writers come from, the sorts of schools they teach in, and the life writing issues on which they focus. The result is a veritable gold mine for both teaching and research.” —Susanna Egan, author, Mirror Talk: Genres of Crisis in Contemporary Autobiography
Options for Teaching 21 2008. xi & 400 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-819-1 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-820-7 $25.00 trade

Teaching Literature and Medicine
Anne Hunsaker Hawkins and Marilyn Chandler Mcentyre, eds. The essays describe model courses; list readings widely taught in literature and medicine courses; discuss the value of texts in both medical education and the practice of medicine; and provide bibliographic resources, including works in the history of medicine from classical antiquity.
Options for Teaching 16 2000. viii & 406 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-356-1 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-357-8 $25.00 trade

Teaching Literature and Language Online
ian Lancashire, ed. Subjects discussed extend from Old English to Shakespeare and modern poetry. Languages include Aymara, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, and Spanish. Contributors describe using multimedia Web sites, podcasting, course management systems, annotated electronic editions, text-analysis tools, and opensource applications. “A very rich set of contributions that exemplify the major and current practices in the field.” —Robert Fischer, Executive Director, CALICO; Texas State University
Options for Teaching 26 2009. viii & 462 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-056-2 $40.00 short Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-057-9 $25.00 trade

Teaching Literature and Other Arts
Jean-pierre Barricelli, Joseph gibaldi, and estella Lauter, eds. Essays on courses that interweave literature with music and the visual arts. “Every humanist interested in teaching and in enhancing its variety should have this book at hand.” —Modern Language Journal
Options for Teaching 10 1990. vi & 183 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-365-3 $19.75 trade

Teaching the Literatures of Early America
Carla Mulford, ed. A volume to help teachers and students reconceptualize early American literatures as a complex body of multifaceted works rather than merely an offshoot of British culture or a putatively American past.
Options for Teaching 15 2000. xii & 402 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-358-5 Available in cloth only for $25.00 short.

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Environmental Literature David Herman, Brian McHale, and James phelan, eds. Laird Christensen, Mark C. Long, and Fred Waage, eds. A comprehensive resource for instructors who aim to help students identify and understand “A landmark in environmental literary pedagogy.” the distinctive features of narrativity in a text —Louise Westling, University of Oregon or discourse. A glossary provides a guide to the Options for Teaching 22 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-810-7 challenging technical terminology characteristic 2008. ix & 502 pp. • 6 x 9 $25.00 trade of the field. “Simply one of the most coherent and engaging academic books I’ve read in a good while.” Teaching Oral Traditions —Garrett Stewart, University of Iowa John Miles Foley, ed. Options for Teaching 29 Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-081-4 Research is beginning to unearth the astounding 2010. vi & 326 pp. • 6 x 9 $25.00 trade wealth of oral traditions that have served as a vital Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-080-7 cultural activity and verbal art for peoples throughout $40.00 short the world. In this volume, forty-two scholarteachers bring these discoveries and rediscoveries from the scholarly forum to the classroom. Teaching Nineteenth-Century American Poetry
paula Bernat Bennett, Karen L. Kilcup, and philipp Schweighauser, eds. “This volume argues very powerfully that nineteenth-century American poetry encompasses much more than Whitman and Dickinson. This is an indispensable book . . . .” —Camille Roman, editor, The New Anthology of American Poetry
Options for Teaching 20 2007. x & 402 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-821-4 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-822-1 $25.00 trade Options for Teaching 13 1998. viii & 540 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-370-7 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-371-4 $25.00 trade

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Teaching the Representation of the Holocaust
Marianne Hirsch and irene Kacandes, eds. “This book should not be missing on the bookshelf of anyone teaching about the Holocaust. It not only provides a comprehensive introduction, but also serves as an immensely useful reference guide.” —German Studies Review
Options for Teaching 18 2004. viii & 512 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-349-3 $25.00 trade

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Teaching Representations of the Spanish Civil War
noël Valis, ed. “This volume is extremely valuable, not only for those contemplating teaching a course related to the Spanish Civil War (on either the war or any aspect of Spanish culture since the war), but also for readers interested in twentieth-century European culture.” —Roberta Johnson, professor emerita, University of Kansas
Options for Teaching 19 2007. xi & 601 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-824-5 $25.00 trade

Teaching Shakespeare through Performance
Milla Cozart riggio, ed. This volume contains thirty-one essays designed for teachers who wish to introduce performance strategies into their high school and college English courses.
Options for Teaching 14 1999. ix & 503 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-372-1 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-373-8 $25.00 trade

Teaching Seventeenth- and EighteenthCentury French Women Writers
Faith e. Beasley, ed. Seventeenth- and eighteenth-century France has been celebrated as the period of conversation. Yet considering women’s contributions, only new recently recovered, changes the way we conceive of the period that constitutes one of the building blocks of French national identity and Western civilization. This volume reconstructs these conversations by integrating women’s work into classrooms across the curriculum.
Options for Teaching 33 2011. xii and 379 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-095-1 $40.00 short Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-096-8 $25.00 trade

Teaching Tudor and Stuart Women Writers
Susanne Woods and Margaret p Hannay, eds. . Thirty-six essays summarize the latest scholarship on British women writers who lived between 1500 and 1700 and suggest strategies for presenting their works in the classroom.
Options for Teaching 17 2001. x & 433 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-346-2 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-347-9 $25.00 trade

Teaching World Literature
David Damrosch, ed. Thirty-two essays offer an array of strategies to help teachers of world literature deal with such issues as coverage, cultural difference, and the role of translation in the classroom. “A tour de force, an extraordinarily insightful, engaging, and comprehensive book. —Allen Webb, Western Michigan University
Options for Teaching 23 2009. viii & 432 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-033-3 Available in cloth only for $25.00 short.

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Helping Students Write Well A Guide for Teachers in All Disciplines, 2nd edition
Barbara e. Fassler Walvoord A manual for college instructors seeking to integrate writing into their courses more effectively, this book suggests techniques for responding to student work, guiding student peer groups, and dealing with specific writing problems.
Over 11,000 copies sold 1986. xiii & 253 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-201-4 $19.75 short

Line by Line How to Edit Your Own Writing
Claire Kehrwald Cook This clearly written book shows the techniques professional editors use to revise flawed prose. It contains a glossary of usages (e.g., comprise vs. compose). “Line by Line . . . encourages and facilitates a precision in English syntax and usage that will add force to the work of any writer.” —College Composition and Communication
Over 100,000 copies sold Copublished with Houghton Mifflin 1985. xx & 219 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN 978-0-395-39391-8 $13.95 trade

An Introduction to Bibliographical and Textual Studies, 4th edition
William proctor Williams and Craig S. Abbott The authors address analytic bibliography, descriptive bibliography, a text and its embodiments, textual criticism, and editorial procedure. “The book belongs in all academic libraries in which literature is studied at any level beyond rudimentary sophistication.” —Choice
2009. vi & 188 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-039-5 $37.50 short Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-040-1 $19.75 trade

Literary Research Guide An Annotated Listing of Reference Sources in English Literary Studies 5th edition now aLso avaiLabLe

Introduction to Scholarship in Modern Languages and Literatures, 3rd edition
David g. nicholls, ed. In this collection of essays, distinguished scholars of language and literature acquaint upper-level students with the forms and practice of research and criticism in language and literature. “Here we have the essential guide to language and literary studies in the twenty-first century.” —Simon E. Gikandi, Princeton University
Over 20,000 copies sold 2007. ix & 370 pp. • 7 x 10 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-597-8 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-598-5 $25.00 trade

James L. Harner in eLecTronic forMaT for Libraries. see p 4. . The new edition of James L. Harner’s Literary Research Guide has added entries describing resources published since May 2001, revised nearly half the entries from the fourth edition, and includes many more electronic resources. The annotations for each work

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describe its type, scope, major limitations, and organization evaluate coverage, organization, and accuracy explain its uses in research note related works, including ones not accorded separate entries in the Guide
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Literature as Exploration 5th edition
Louise M. rosenblatt, with a foreword by Wayne Booth Rosenblatt’s transactional theory of literature examines the reciprocal nature of the literary experience and explains why meaning is neither in the text nor in the reader. “This is a book for all teachers and all prospective teachers regardless of what they teach. Since its first publication in 1938 it has remained vital and significant, never giving in to time or fads.” —Teaching and Learning Literature
Over 15,000 copies sold 1995. xx & 321 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-567-1 $30.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-568-8 $19.75 trade

Redrawing the Boundaries The Transformation of English and American Literary Studies
Stephen greenblatt and giles gunn, eds. “This admirable compilation . . . invites the reader to spy upon, with full impunity, all that has been going on in literary studies in recent years.” —American Studies International
Over 13,000 copies sold 1992. vii & 595 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-395-0 $45.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-396-7 $25.00 trade

A Research Guide for Undergraduate Students 6th edition
nancy L. Baker and nancy Huling The authors bring their experience as librarians to a concise tour of the typical college library and provide easy-to-understand summaries of the print and electronic research tools available to students. “This title holds place in the undergraduate reference canon alongside the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers. It belongs in every undergraduate library and in the hands of students writing research papers on American or English literature.” —Choice
Over 28,000 copies sold 2006. viii & 96 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-924-2 $12.00 trade

MLA Style Manual and Guide to Scholarly Publishing 3rd edition
The standard guide for graduate students, scholars, and professional writers. It “moves MLA’s scholarly guidance into the twenty-first century.” —Writing Lab Newsletter
Over 160,000 copies sold 2008. xxiv & 336 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-297-7 $32.50 trade Carton quantity: 20 Large-print edition 2008 • 8½ x 12 5⁄8 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-298-4 $37.50 short

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Academic Collective Bargaining
ernst Benjamin and Michael Mauer, eds. A joint publication with the American Association of University professors “Addressing the concerns of both constituents and administrators in collective bargaining and opening the way to speculation on the future of academic unionism, Academic Collective Bargaining is an insightful and scholarly treatment of its chosen field.” —The Midwest Book Review
2006. vii & 410 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-972-3 $25.00 trade

Assessment of Writing Politics, Policies, Practices
edward M. White, William D. Lutz, and Sandra Kamusikiri, eds. Twenty-two essays focus on how policies shape practices in writing assessment and how practices are intertwined with politics.
Research and Scholarship in Composition 4 ISSN 1079-2554 1996. ix & 338 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-581-7 $37.50 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-582-4 $19.75 trade

earl e. Fitz The author examines the complex relation between Brazil and the United States and provides Sean p Murphy, ed. . an extensive overview of Brazilian narrative. “A fascinating read . . . an important contribution “This book introduces Brazilian literature to US to the discussion of graduate training.” —Donald E. Hall, author of readers in a fruitful way. . . . Highly recommended.” —Choice The Academic Community: A Manual for Change
2008. ix & 247 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-1-60329-000-5 $37.50 short Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-001-2 $19.75 trade World Literatures Reimagined ISSN 1553-6181 2005. viii & 303 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-587-9 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-087352-588-6 $25.00 trade

Academic Cultures: Professional Preparation and the Teaching Life

Brazilian Narrative Traditions in a Comparative Context

American Indian Literatures An Introduction, Bibliographic Review, and Selected Bibliography
A. LaVonne Brown ruoff This survey of Native American literature from 1772 to 1989 describes types of oral literatures and life histories and evaluates secondary works in the field.
1990. viii & 200 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-191-8 $45.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-192-5 $19.75 trade

Chaucer’s Fame in England STC Chauceriana, 1475–1640
Jackson Campbell Boswell and Sylvia Wallace Holton Built on a rich tradition of scholarship, this new bibliography of Chaucer includes references and allusions to Chaucer in books published over 165 years.
2004. xxvii & 390 pp. • 8½ x 11 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-969-3 $65.00 short
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Contemporary Critical Theory A Selective Bibliography
Donald g. Marshall “This resource will be an invaluable guide to undergraduate students as well as scholars delving into areas beyond their specialization.” —Journal of Academic Librarianship
1993. ix & 201 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-963-1 $32.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-964-8 $15.50 trade

Disability Studies Enabling the Humanities
Sharon L. Snyder, Brenda Jo Brueggemann, and rosemarie garland-thomson, eds. The twenty-five essays in Disability Studies provide perspectives on persons with disabilities and on disability in the humanities, the arts, the media, medicine, psychology, the academy, and society.
2002. xiii & 386 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-981-5 $25.00 trade

Contemporary Galician Cultural Studies: Between the Local and the Global
Kirsty Hooper and Manuel puga Moruxa, eds. In this first English-language collection of new analyses of Galician culture and identity, many aspects of galeguidade—Galicianness—are explored. “Essential for the instructor offering classes or seminars in the topic. It is scholarly, thorough, and thought-provoking. A groundbreaking book.” —Cristina Moreiras-Menor, University of Michigan
World Literatures Reimagined 3 2011. xiv & 344 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN: 978-1-60329-087-6 $40.00 short Paper ISBN: 978-1-60329-088-3 $25.00 trade

Disciplinary Identities Rhetorical Paths of English, Speech, and Composition
Steven Mailloux The author examines the formation of English literary studies, speech communication, and composition, explaining how these fields came to be shaped and separated as they are today.
2006. xi & 165 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-973-0 $37.50 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-974-7 $19.75 trade

Cultural Studies in the Curriculum Teaching Latin America
Danny J. Anderson and Jill S. Kuhnheim, eds. The editors relate the history of cultural studies in Latin America to later developments in Britain and the United States. Essays demonstrate the relevance of cultural studies to a new generation of learners in an era of globalization.
Teaching Languages, Literatures, and Cultures 2 ISSN 1092-3225 2003. x & 249 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-802-3 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-803-0 $25.00 trade

Diversifying the Discourse The Florence Howe Award for Outstanding Feminist Scholarship, 1990–2004
Mihoko Suzuki and roseanna Dufault, eds. “This volume is an admirably representative collection of what feminist literary criticism has become by the beginning of the twentyfirst century.” —Robyn R. Warhol, University of Vermont
2006. xxvii & 342 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-982-2 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-947-1 $25.00 trade

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Electronic Textual Editing
Lou Burnard, Katherine O’Brien O’Keeffe, and John Unsworth, eds. This volume offers an emerging consensus about the fundamental issues of electronic textual editing. It provides practical advice and faces theoretical questions.
2006. vii & 419 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-970-9 $45.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-971-6 $28.00 trade

intrOductiOn tO Older languages

An Introduction to Old French
William W. Kibler
1984. xxvii & 366 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-292-0 $19.75

An Introduction to Old Irish
r. p M. Lehmann and W. p Lehmann . .
1975. xv & 201 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-288-0 $19.75

Feminism and Composition Studies In Other Words
Susan C. Jarratt and Lynn Worsham, eds. Some of the topics discussed in this volume are American history, language, racism, contingent labor in the teaching of writing, e-mail behavior, and the need for educational and institutional reform.
Research and Scholarship in Composition 6 ISSN 1079-2554 1998. xiii & 401 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-585-5 $37.50 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-586-2 $19.75 trade

An Introduction to Old Occitan
William D. paden Audio CD includes musical pieces performed by Elizabeth Aubrey. The only textbook in print for learning the language used by the troubadours in southern France during the Middle Ages.
1998. xxvi & 610 pp. • 6 x 9 with audio CD Paper ISBN 978-1-60329-054-8 $25.00

An Introduction to the Gothic Language
William H. Bennett
1980. xv & 190 pp. • 6 x 9 Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-295-0 $19.75

German Studies in the United States A Historical Handbook
peter Uwe Hohendahl, ed. “Without a doubt, Hohendahl and his team have provided the most comprehensive inquiry on the historical, cultural, methodological, and organizational foundations of Germanics in the United States thus far.” —Die Unterrichtspraxis
2003. viii & 576 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-988-4 $45.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-989-1 $28.00 trade

Language, Gender, and Professional Writing Theoretical Approaches and Guidelines for Nonsexist Usage
Francine Wattman Frank and paula A. treichler, with others This book explores biased usage in depth—its origins, its effect, the related controversies—and provides sensible and sensitive guidelines for nondiscriminatory speech and writing.
1989. viii & 341 pp. • 6 x 9 Subject and Name Indexes Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-179-6 $18.00 trade

Integrating Literature and Writing Instruction First-Year English, Humanities Core Courses, Seminars
Judith H. Anderson and Christine r. Farris, eds. “[This book] provides vivid examples of ways in which thoughtful and committed teachers have found literature to be a valuable tool, even for nonmajors (particularly for nonmajors).” —George Levine, Rutgers University
2007. vi & 336 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-481-0 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-949-5 $25.00 trade

Learning Foreign and Second Languages Perspectives in Research and Scholarship
Heidi Byrnes, ed. “A thought-provoking combination of the theoretical and the practical. Highly recommended for all institutions with foreign language departments.” —Choice
Teaching Languages, Literatures, and Cultures 1 ISSN 1092-3225 1998. viii & 322 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-800-9 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-801-6 $25.00 trade
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Literacy and Computers The Complications of Teaching and Learning with Technology
Cynthia L. Selfe and Susan Hilligoss, eds. Twenty essays examine the role of computers in the classroom, electronic networks as tools for reading and writing, and how hypertext relates to traditional notions of text.
Research and Scholarship in Composition 2 ISSN 1079-2554 1994. ix & 387 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-579-4 $37.50 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-580-0 $19.75 trade

Power, Race, and Gender in Academe Strangers in the Tower?
Shirley geok-lin Lim and María Herrera-Sobek, eds. genaro padilla, contributing ed., with the assistance of Susan Y. najita Twelve essays on marginalization, alienation, and persistent discrimination in English and foreign language departments across the United States as well as strategies for overcoming these obstacles.
2000. ix & 212 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-269-4 $37.50 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-270-0 $18.00 trade

Modern French Literary Studies in the Classroom Pedagogical Strategies
Charles J. Stivale, ed. Twenty essays investigate how teaching practices can address the changing status of literature in the French classroom.
Teaching Languages, Literatures, and Cultures 3 ISSN 1092-3225 xi & 270 pp. • 6 x 9 Cloth ISBN 978-0-87352-804-7 $40.00 short Paper ISBN 978-0-87352-805-4 $25.00 trade

Preparing a Nation’s Teachers Models for English and Foreign Language Programs
phyllis Franklin, David Laurence, and elizabeth B. Welles, eds. Essays and reports on undergraduate preparation of teachers and on professional development for teachers already in the field, with practical advice for examining programs and initiating reforms.
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