b'16 POETRY, YA LITERATURE & SCIENCE FICTION LiteratureCritical Survey of Poetry: Contemporary PoetsTop 75 Community College ResourcesCHOICE, September 2020With 200 new entries in two volumes, the Critical Survey of Poetry: Contemporary Poets is designed to give LITERATUREpoetry students access to information on the most influential and celebrated poets of the late twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Readers will learn about Eileen Myles; Walter Griffin; Morgan Parker; Javier Zamora; Dawn Lundy-Martin; IN-Q; David Daniels, and more. Each Poet essay focuses on a single poet and includes an analysis of their significant individual poems or collections. Essays begin with a list of the poets Principal Poetry, an overview of Other Literary Forms and two longer sections, Achievements and Biography. The longest section, Analysis, discusses the poets work and examines several poems in depth. The final section includes a bibliography containing up-to-date resources for further study. Written for high school students and undergraduates, these easy-to-understand analytical essays provide new and interesting ways that the work of these influential, contemporary poets can be discussed and appreciated.FREE Online Access November 2019 | Two Volumes; 606 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-64265-279-6 | Library Price: $295POETRY, YA LITERATURE & SCIENCE FICTIONFREECritical Survey ofPoetryBEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! A solid foundation for any student of poetry. This will be a valuable addition to reference collections in public, high-school, and college libraries. CHOICE Outstanding Reference Source ALA/RUSA The Critical Survey of Poetry profiles over 900 major poets throughout history and the world, and includes an analysis of their significant individual poems or collections. Essays begin with a list of the poets Principal Poetry, an overview of Other Literary Forms and two longer sections, Achievements and Biography. The longest section, Analysis, discusses the poets work and examines several poems. The set is organized into six subsets by geography and essay type: a four-volume subset on American Poets; a three-volume subset on British, Irish and Commonwealth Poets; a three-volume subset on European Poets; a one-volume subset on World Poets; and a two-volume subset of Topical Essays. The poet subsets are arranged alphabetically. Each subset includes a bibliography, a guide to online resources, a glossary of poetic terms, a list of major awards, a chronological list of poets, a geographical index of poets & essays, a categorized index of poets, and a subject index. FREEJanuary 2011 | Fourteen Volumes; 6,778 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-582-1 | Library Price: $1,295 Online Access Visit www.salempress.com for information about individual subsets.FREECritical Survey of Young Adult LiteratureWill be of interest to high school and undergraduate students. Library JournalCritical Survey of Young Adult Literature provides over 300 essays offering clear, concise, and accessible analysis, covering classic young adult titles like The Outsiders, popular series like Divergent, plus a variety of significant themes, film adaptations, and other sections important to the young adult genre. Content includes Author Biographies featuring 40 of the most notable young adult authors from around the world, with data on their life, influences, and major works. Coverage includes such notables as C.S. Lewis, Gary Paulsen, J.K. Rowling, Judy Blume, Lois Lowry, Markus Zusak, Stephanie Meyer, and many more. Next, Plot Summaries provide a detailed critical evaluation of 50 notable young adult works and their theme, style, and focus. In addition, Genre Overviews, Theme Overviews, and Film Analysis provide ample ways to further study young adult literature in all its forms. Critical Survey of Young Adult Literature provides an easy-to-use, single source for examination of this popular genre.April 2016 | One Volume; 694 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-971-3 | Library Price: $185 FREE Online Access Critical Survey of Science Fiction FREE& Fantasy LiteratureUseful as a readers advisory to enable library patrons to select books also a valuable collection-development tool. Recommended for high-school, public, and academic libraries. ARBA Second Edition. The Critical Survey of Science Fiction & Fantasy Literature profiles hundreds of important works of science fiction and fantasy, summarizing plots and analyzing the works in terms of their contributions to literature. Each article discusses an individual book or series and opens with the authors name, birth and death dates, genre, subgenre, type of work (such as drama, novel, novella, series, or story), time and location of plot, and date of first publication. The main body of each essay contains two sections: The Story offers a brief plot summary and identifies major characters, while Analysis offers a critical interpretation of the title and identifies the literary devices and themes used in the work. Works featured in this compilation include essays on such classics as Alices Adventures in Wonderland and the Lord of the Rings trilogy, as well as articles on recent titles such as American Gods, Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell, Cloud Atlas, Boneshaker, Area X: The Southern Reach Trilogy, City of Stairs, and many more. FREEMarch 2017 | Three Volumes; 1,572 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-278-0 | Library Price: $295Online AccessFREEGET ONLINE ACCESS(800) 221-1592 WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.salempress.com2022-480 Salem Catalog 2023 R7.indd 16 2022-12-28 11:12 AM'