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Love and Death in Goethe: `One and Double'
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Love and Death in Goethe: `One and Double'

Goethe, in association with his younger Romantic compatriots the Schlegels, Novalis, Fichte, and Schelling, struggled with the subject-object dichotomy, and tried to bridge the gap between self and other, consciousness and nature.
 
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Macbeth (The Annotated Shakespeare)
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Macbeth (The Annotated Shakespeare)

Perhaps no other Shakespearean drama so engulfs its readers in the ruinous journey of surrender to evil as does Macbeth. A timeless tragedy about the nature of ambition, conscience, and the human heart, the play holds a profound grip on the Western imagination.
 
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Literary London
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Literary London

One of the world’s greatest literary cities, London has streets full of stories and buildings steeped in history. The biggest and most beloved names in English literature have all been here, and you can still see or visit their stomping grounds and favorite places. Follow Oscar Wilde from the literary salons to Clapham Junction; roam with Julian McClaren Ross through Fitzrovia, dropping in for a pint or three with Dylan Thomas at the Bricklayers’ Arms; muse darkly over the Thames with Spencer, Eliot, and Conrad; and watch aghast as Lord Byron terrorizes his publisher on Albermarle Street.
 
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The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature: Modern Transformations - New Identities
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The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature: Modern Transformations - New Identities

The Edinburgh History of Scottish Literature offers a major reinterpretation, re-evaluation and repositioning of the scope, nature and importance of Scottish Literature, arguably Scotland's most important and influential contribution to world culture
 
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The Worlds of Langston Hughes: Modernism and Translation in the Americas
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The Worlds of Langston Hughes: Modernism and Translation in the Americas

The poet Langston Hughes was a tireless world traveler and a prolific translator, editor, and marketer. Translations of his own writings traveled even more widely than he did, earning him adulation throughout Europe, Asia, and especially the Americas. In The Worlds of Langston Hughes, Vera Kutzinski contends that, for writers who are part of the African diaspora, translation is more than just a literary practice: it is a fact of life and a way of thinking.
 
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Scottish Modernism and Its Contexts 1918-1959: Literature, National Identity and Cultural Exchange
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Scottish Modernism and Its Contexts 1918-1959: Literature, National Identity and Cultural Exchange

This innovative book proposes the expansion of the existing idea of an interwar Scottish Renaissance movement to include its international significance as a Scottish literary modernism interacting with the intellectual and artistic ideas of European modernism as well as responding to the challenges of the Scottish cultural and political context.
 
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The Epic of Gilgamesh: A New Translation
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The Epic of Gilgamesh: A New Translation

Originally the work of an anonymous Babylonian poet, who lived over 3700 years ago, this is the tale of one man's struggle against death. Not content with the immortal renown won by reckless deeds, the hero of the epic seeks immortality itself and journeys to the end of the earth and beyond.
 
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