Critical Survey of Long Fiction Edited by Carl Rollyson, Ph.D. “Offers a wider variety of information and is an excellent starting point for those beginning literary research. Highly recommended.” —Library Journal Outstanding Reference Source –ALA/RUSA This title offers 678 profiles of major writers of long fiction throughout history and the world, including critical analyses of their significant novels and novellas. This updated edition includes all 581 original author essays as well as 97 new ones, expanding the set to ten volumes and covering more than 60 countries and the literary fiction from the 10th century to the 21st. In addition, 61 Historical, Geographical, and Genre Overviews provide readers with important background information. Volume 10 contains a number of useful resource aids, including a general Bibliography, a Timeline, a list of Major Awards, a Chronological List of Authors, and Category, Geographical and General Subject Indexes. January 2010 | 10 Volumes, 6,056 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-535-7 | Library Price: $995 Topical Volumes Available Visit for more information about individual Long Fiction volumes covering specific genres. CRITICAL SURVEY OF Long Fiction BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! CRITICAL SURVEYS: LONG FICTION Literature Salem PreSS RECOMMENDED READING 600 Classics Reviewed RECOMMENDED READING 600 Classics Reviewed Second Edition Recommended Reading: 600 Classics Reviewed, Second Edition “Public and school libraries should purchase this for students and book-discussion groups that are looking for recommended reading lists.” —Booklist Recommended Reading: 600 Classics Reviewed covers noteworthy works that continue to hold the interest of general readers and literary specialists year after year. This second edition contains 100 more titles than the previous 1995 edition. Each review approaches one work of literature—fiction, nonfiction, poetry, or drama. Reviews begin with the title, author, date of first publication, type of work, and a brief abstract of the book’s content or impact. Every 300-word review provides readers with an idea of the work’s importance in the history of literature and critical thinking. In the library, Recommended Reading is an excellent tool for reader’s advisory, to help readers find books that match their interests, to refresh their memories about books read long ago, or to give an impression of how additional books by an author relate to a recently read or studied work. October 2015 | One Volume, 400 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-867-9 | Library Price: $125 Encyclopedia of African-American Writing, Third Edition from Grey House Publishing “An appealing choice for all public and academic libraries.” —Library Journal This third edition, published by Grey House Publishing, explores what inspired various African-American writers to create poems, plays, short stories, and more, and how those writings contributed to culture in America today. More than a collection of biographies, this important work traces the evolution of African-American writers, their struggles, triumphs, and legacy. This volume is not to be missed. May 2018 | One Volume, 800 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-718-1 | Library Price: $165 FREE Online Access FREE NEW! NEW! NEW! Grey House Publish ing eBooks are also available - visit for more information FIRST TIME ONLINE! This is the first edition of this title with free online access! FREE Online Access FREE FREE Online Access FREE (800) 221-1592 GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! CRITICAL SURVEYS: LONG FICTION LITERATURE 18