By Jay Parini
Covers countless numbers of writers who've made contributions to British, Irish and Commonwealth literature from the 14th century to the current day. Introductory essays and chronological tables open each one quantity and supply old heritage. every one complement covers nearly 20 extra authors.
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Extra info for British Writers: Supplement 12
Louis De Bernières SCOTT R. MACKENZIE. Scott R. MacKenzie has published articles and reviews on topics relating to eighteenth-century and Romantic era British literature in several scholarly journals, most recently “An Englishwoman’s Workhouse is Her Castle: Poor Management and Gothic Fiction in the 1790s” in ELH. He is completing a booklength study on the relationship between domesticity and nationality in eighteenth- and earlynineteenth-century British literature and culture. Eliza Haywood PHILLIP MALLETT.
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SMITH. Patrick A. A. D. in American Literature from Ohio University. He is assistant professor of English at Bainbridge College, Georgia. Smith’s books include The True Bones of My Life: Essays on the Fiction of Jim Harrison, Tim O’Brien: A Critical Companion, and Thematic Guide to Popular Short Stories.