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Bloomsbury and British Theatre, Tim Cribb

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What is the link between Rupert Brooke, Virginia Woolf, Maynard Keynes and the RSC? Answer: the Marlowe Society. The Marlowe Story reveals for the first time how this Society was the way in which the Bloomsbury Group began to influence British theatre in 1907, an influence that continues until today.
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Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart and the Secret History of Maximalism, Michel Delville & Andrew Norris

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A comparative account of the musical and cultural acts of Zappa and his cohort, collaborator and antagonist Captain Beefheart. Written in the iconoclastic spirit of Zappa’s art, this book traces the mixed media experiments of California freakdom through the dada blues of Beefheart, mapping out the pleasures of imaginative excess.
Price: £24.99 (£24.99 Inc. VAT)

Frank Zappa, Captain Beefheart and the Secret History of Maximalism, Michel Delville & Andrew Norris

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A comparative account of the musical and cultural acts of Zappa and his cohort, collaborator and antagonist Captain Beefheart. Written in the iconoclastic spirit of Zappa’s art, this book traces the mixed media experiments of California freakdom through the dada blues of Beefheart, mapping out the pleasures of imaginative excess.
Price: £70.00 (£70.00 Inc. VAT)

Iain Sinclair, Robert Bond

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This study represents the first comprehensive study of Iain Sinclair’s writing, covering his key texts from the early 1970s up to London Orbital. It situates Sinclair’s work in relation to a range of major London writers, from Blake and Dickens through to Peter Ackroyd, and offers innovative readings from a cultural Marxist perspective.
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Iain Sinclair, Robert Bond

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This study represents the first comprehensive study of Iain Sinclair’s writing, covering his key texts from the early 1970s up to London Orbital. It situates Sinclair’s work in relation to a range of major London writers, from Blake and Dickens through to Peter Ackroyd, and offers innovative readings from a cultural Marxist perspective.
Price: £24.99 (£24.99 Inc. VAT)

The Salt Companion to Charles Bernstein, William Allegrezza

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The Salt Companion to Charles Bernstein presents scholarship on one of the U.S.’s best living innovative poets. Scholars explore major themes in his work, and poets present pieces inspired by his poetry. The book is intended for both scholars looking for informed critical insight into Bernstein’s work as well as for students to examine his work.
Price: £19.99 (£19.99 Inc. VAT)

The Salt Companion to Harold Bloom, Roy Sellars & Graham Allen

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The Salt Companion to Harold Bloom presents a major new collection of essays on the English-speaking world’s most famous literary critic. Ranging across Bloom’s numerous critical works on poetry, literature, canon-formation, Biblical interpretation and literary theory, these essays are a timely reminder of the profound influence that Harold Bloom’s work has had on a whole range of intellectual and literary disciplines. Published on the occasion of Bloom’s 75th birthday, The Salt Companion to Harold Bloom also contains original creative work and an afterword by Bloom himself.
Price: £34.99 (£34.99 Inc. VAT)


 
               
 
 
 
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