b'Literature CRITICAL INSIGHTS: AUTHORS 27Robert Frost BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER!Essays bring together a wide range of approaches to Frosts poetry. He was admired as homey and straightforward when modernist writing was often obscure; as a nature poet, an authentically AmericanLITERATUREwriter, when many modernists were cosmopolitan expatriates; and as an optimistic New England sage when his leading contemporaries produced dark, apocalyptic visions.October 2009 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-636-1 | Library Price: $105Neil Gaiman CRITICALINSIGHTS CritiCalA fascinating collection of essays. ARBA ichiganSommers Neil Gaiman iNsiGhtsJoseph Michael Sommers is Associate Py Anglophone literaturrofessor of Eens and ynglish at Central Moung adult literaturudy Be, visual narrativlume; Stan Lee; Rober Neil GaimanUniversity where he teaches courses in childrk on figureil Gaiman. Oves such as Jer the past sevy ladyeral ys journalism; the ears, SommersEdited by Joseph Michael Sommerscourses in modern and contemporar, N e as well as t es, and One of the most prolific and award-winning writers of prose spanning comics and graphic novels to feature-popular culture. He publishes wore of childhood in nineteenth-centurKirkman; and, not coincidentallyhas written on the culturcharacters in the post-9/11 moment; Hellboy amongst maturation of Marvel ComicsTwilightelungeon people; dialogism in Bthe M ore recently, he has written on Christopher Nwisradbur Narynias F, posthumanism in ahrenheit 451olans ; and, of course, The DTheark Knight Walking,a read . My examination of C. S. Le deology in the length films and television serials, Neil Gaiman is as popular with critics as he is with readers. The essays in D evisionar ntersection of Work of AVideo lan G , and several book-length collections, such as Sexual Issays on the Ir ress, 2012 and 2013 Moore (Wely), ith inemaTThe Aodd Comer),(with Gmerican Comic Bookretchen PGame on, Hapazian) (both M (SollywoodEalem/ Grey Hersity PcFouse Parland Press of Mess, 2014), and the ississippi). ames and Crespectivforthcoming Conversations with Neil Gaiman (Univthis volume trace the work of the author from the little-known comic, The Sandman, through The Graveyard Among the essays in this volume:In the Shadow of Balder: Breaking the Cycle of Ragnarediation and erino ONbpening the D Nev, Cerwherrough I ulie P ok in WAomenmerican Gs Roles inodsC y Kristin Bovooraird-Abboossing the e and ntimacy and ESWtarall: (Rdust be) My Jmpathy: A Rhetorical Analysis ofNEW! Fall 2021 CRITICAL INSIGHTS: AUTHORSeil Gaimans dvocacy thrBook and look at his novels for adults and children. rafting AWannamaker e by Kristin McIlhagga The Ruilty Peading Agency LecturGAnnette leasures: Neil Gaimans Books for Children for Adults byDecember 2016 | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-260-5 | Library Price: $105Gabriel Garc aMrquezTwaock Ue:n s2a0 F erks iNtyJP0l7a6z0a1, Suite 310 S ParleeSmSH nivc1Pahxo:n 2e01-968-0511-968-0500This collection of essays introduces the reader to the life and works of this Nobel Prize-winning author. With a biographical sketch and a wide range of critical analyses, this volume reaches far into Garca Mrquezs oeuvre and offers a panoramic view of its principal motifs and obsessions. October 2009 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-634-7 | Library Price: $105 CRITICAL Thomas HardyINSIGHTS Thomas Hardy is now universally regarded as one of the most important novelists and poets of the lateThomas Hardynineteenth and early twentieth centuries. His works often reflectand helped to create and reinforcea relatively dark vision of human life, a vision highly characteristic of his era. This volume explores numerous works by Hardy from a rich variety of perspectives. Essays examine his writings by relating them to history,BEST SELLER!philosophy, sociology, economics, gender, and, especially, aesthetics.August 2021 | Print ISBN: 978-1-63700-002-1 | Library Price: $105Nathaniel Hawthorne NEW! Each essay is a valuable starting point for studying Hawthornes work and for suggesting avenues for further exploration. Hawthornes critical and theoretical approaches, biography, psychology, and his historical and literary contexts are discussed, alongside his themes of mythology, politics, and theology, sin and Providence, the genres in which he wrote, and the shape of his career as a whole.October 2009 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-604-0 | Library Price: $105Robert A. Heinlein Considered the Dean of Science Fiction, Robert A. Heinlein helped define speculative fiction as a serious form of social, political, and cultural commentary during the mid-20th century. Titles discussed in this volume include the novels, The Moon is a Harsh Mistress, Stranger in a Strange Land, and Podkayne of Mars, as wellas a variety of Heinleins short stories and early pulp magazine appearances. October 2015 | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-826-6 | Library Price: $105Lillian HellmanEssays address the controversial theme of lesbianism and the roles of good and evil in her most famous work, The Childrens Hour. Other essays address the accuracy of the portrayal of the Civil War in The LittleBEST SELLER!Foxes, a commentary on the comparison of Toys in the Attic to the plays of Tennessee Williams and the influence of the Cold War on Hellmans playwriting and politics.September 2011 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-829-7 | Library Price: $105Ernest HemingwayErnest Hemingways public persona and reputation, literary style, affinity with modern painting, and conception of character are among the subjects of these essays on the authors life and work. Readers willBEST SELLER!be introduced to Hemingways life, described by Petrina Crockford in The Paris Review as an adventurous life as brash and uncompromising as that of his greatest characters.October 2009 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-630-9 | Library Price: $105Langston HughesEssays survey the critical reception of Hughes work and explore the cultural and historical contexts and key themes in his works. Other essays explore topics like Hughes relations to the Harlem Renaissance, his portrayal of women and families, and his depictions of racial violence.September 2012 | Print ISBN: 978-1-4298-3724-8 | Library Price: $105 FREE Online Access All Critical Insights titles come with free online accessFREEGET ONLINE ACCESS(800) 221-1592 WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.salempress.com'