Extensions: Essays in English Studies from Shakespeare to the Spice Girls
Sue Hosking, Dianne Schwerdt
Wakefield Press, 1999 - English literature - 220 pages
Extensions is a refreshing and stimulating collection of essays that illustrates the diversity of subject matter and the variety of critical approaches now used in English Studies. Covering traditional and contemporary works, this book encourages readers to rethink and rediscover aspects of familiar texts.
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