b'Literature CRITICAL INSIGHTS: THEMES47Historical Fiction An essential book for teachers in middle to high school education. ARBAThis volume encourages readers to engage with plots based on historical events and characters in several ways. They may re-imagine history in cases where it is reconstructed; become better acquainted with history asLITERATUREit is personalized through specific characters; and, perhaps most importantly, even question history.January 2018 | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-710-5 | Library Price: $105Holocaust Literature BEST SELLER!This collection will interest students of history and comparative literature. ARBAFrom 1941 to 1945, the regime of Nazi Germany committed mass genocide against six million Jewish people in Europe, as well as five million Gypsies, homosexuals, disabled citizens, and communists.This volume takes an in-depth look at the literature that came out of the Holocaust, from nonfictionaccounts like Anne Franks The Diary of a Young Girl and Elie Wiesels Night, to fictionalized novels such as Sophies Choice by William Styron. the immigrant Experience BEST SELLER! CRITICAL INSIGHTS: THEMESOctober 2016 | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-527-2 | Library Price: $105ON HIS BOOK INSIGHTS CritiCalThe Immigrant ExperienceVIEW T LINE CRITICALhttps://online.salempress.com Jayasuriya inSiGhtSEssays deal with issues ranging from racism and discrimination to culture shock and homesickness, fromMaryse Jayasuriya is an associate prts at the University of ofessor of ETexas at English and an associate dean in the l Paso. 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Seading of Hhomalia Jins A Free riting, Freedom, and the Immigrant Experience: A RLife by Te-hsing Slace: Life Nhan arratives of Undocumented Youth, by MartaMarch 2018 | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-692-4 | Library Price: $105MCaminer others lavery in Yaa Gyasis aking a Po-SContemporarantangelo Homegoing by African Iy Brian Ymmigration and the Legacy of SInequality Essays explore literary representations of social and economic inequality, including those which address4919 Route 22, PO Box 56 P S ParleeSmSAhmoennei:a 5 N18Y- 7128950-81700 | 800-562-2139Fawwwsgarleeymhopuresessccoomm b cosor@kss@algermeyphroesuss.ec.o cmx: 845-373-6360ww ommultiple vectors of social marginalization; consider authors strategies for compelling readers attention to these wpolitical issues; and engage with questions of aesthetics, canon formation, and literary value. May 2018 | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-690-0 | Library Price: $105LGBTQ Literature BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER!A discerning resource for further education. ARBAFor many centuries LGBTQ literature was often ignored, shunned, banned, or even destroyed.Only very recently is it freely produced and freely discussed.In-depth essays explore a diverse group of authors including Gertrude Stein, James Fenimore Cooper, Herman Melville, the Greek poet, C.P. Cavafy, E.M. Forster, Angelina Weld Grimk, Djuna Barnes, Wilfred Owen, Robert Francis, Mae V. Cowdery, and Vikram Seth.May 2015 | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-423-7 | Library Price: $105Literature in Times of Crisis NEW!Almost since its inception, literature has emphasized and explored crises of various sorts, including political upheavals, social turmoil, destructive warfare, familial and personal conflicts, and devastating external dangers, especially those involving disease, the environment, the economy, and natural disasters. This volume explores a wide range of crises and the ways they have been written about in literature across genres and time periods. It also emphasizes the artistry involved in the many works it examines. January 2021 | Print ISBN: 978-1-64265-754-8 | Library Price: $105Literature of Protest NEW! A diverse geographical, cultural, and historical field of study, drawn together by their conveyance of socially progressive ideas in an emotionally compelling, consciousness-altering way. Critical essays on a diverse collection of writers highlight Harriet Beecher Stowe, Mark Twain, George Orwell,and Yevgeny Zamyatin. March 2013 | Print ISBN: 978-1-4298-3826-9 | Library Price: $105 CRITICAL INSIGHTS Love NEW! Spring 2022 Love Few topics have been more central to so much creative literature than love, which can be defined in many different waysplatonic love, spiritual love, love of character, erotic love, love of family, and more. This volume explores the different kinds of love from various viewpoints, and examines works about love from different literary genres. This work is deliberately pluralistic, raising many questions about different kinds of love.February 2022 | Print ISBN: 978-1-63700-077-9 | Library Price: $105 NEW!FREE Online Access All Critical Insights titles come with free online accessFREEGET ONLINE ACCESS(800) 221-1592 WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.salempress.com'