b'40 CRITICAL INSIGHTS: WORKS LiteratureBEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! One Hundred Years of Solitude, by Gabriel Garca MrquezLatin Americas most famous novel and an overnight sensation when it was published in 1967, it remains a perennial favorite of readers around the world. The works strange, mesmerizing blend of the real and LITERATUREthe fabulous introduced the world to magical realism and has inspired countless writers.October 2010 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-709-2 | Library Price: $105Othello, by William Shakespeare NEW!Othello has long been considered (along with Hamlet, King Lear, and Macbeth) one of Shakespeares four greatest works of tragedy. Recently, however, Othello has taken on a special interest, partly because it deals so intriguingly with such issues as gender, race, and classissues particularly engaging to so many readers, critics, and playgoers. This volume explores Othello from numerous points of view, paying special CRITICAL INSIGHTS: WORKSattention to such matters as history, aesthetics, and various important productions, especially on film.May 2021 | Print ISBN: 978-1-64265-998-6 | Library Price: $105NEW!The Outsiders, by S.E. HintonThis volume celebrates Hintons groundbreaking novel about teenaged greasers by exploring concepts of The Other, the portrait of Ponyboy Curtis as an artist, and The Outsiders as a postmodern work. While the novel is often recognized for its maturation themes and its novelty as a young adult work, it also explores ideas such as free will vs. determinism and the definition of heroism.April 2018 | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-686-3 | Library Price: $105Paradise Lost, by John MiltonAn excellent volume of insight and research on this epic and important piece of literature. ARBAParadise Lost is widely regarded as one of the most influential poems in the English language. This volume looks at Miltons epic from many different critical and theoretical perspectives and offers students and researchers multiple ways of engaging with a writer whom many critics consider the equal of William Shakespeare. February 2019 | Print ISBN: 978-1-64265-024-2 | Library Price: $105The Pearl, by John SteinbeckEssays dive deep into the historical, cultural, social, economic, and ethnic themes of The Pearl. This volume offers an explanation of the history of the works critical reception while also contributing new insights of this American classic that have not been pursued before.September 2019 | Print ISBN: 978-1-64265-311-3 | Library Price: $105The Poetry of BaudelairePacks a critical and useful punch. highly recommended. ARBAThis collection of essays reflects the breadth of the poets artistic and intellectual worlds. The poets life and times are well documented, and close readings of key poems offer fresh perspectives on the mind and art of one of the greatest writers of the nineteenth century and indeed of the modern age. March 2014 | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-395-7 | Library Price: $105The Poetry of Edgar Allan PoeWildly imaginative and disquietingly mournful, Poes most famous poems, Annabel Lee, The Raven, and Ulalume, are some of American literatures most haunting laments for lost loves. Their insistent rhymes and rhythms continue to thrill readers worldwide, more than a century and a half after their publication.October 2010 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-705-4 | Library Price: $105A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, by James JoyceThought-provoking essays examine Joyces life and enhance the readers understanding of the novel. Other essays survey the spectrum of critical evaluations and explanations of the book, and explore the ethnic reach of the novel, the interwoven sexual and political dimension, and the role of faith in the novel.September 2011 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-842-6 | Library Price: $105 FREE eBooks are also available - visit www.salempress.com for more information All Critical Insights titles come with free online access Online AccessFREEGET ONLINE ACCESS(800) 221-1592 WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.salempress.com'