b'Literature AMERICAN & WORLD LITERATURE, LONG & SHORT FICTION 17Critical Survey of American LiteratureThird Editiona CRIT CRITICAL SURVEY OFm ICAUseful both as a guide for discussion and as well as a research and reference source, this has aerSU L place in any collection where American literature is a focus, from the high-school level and up.ic RV americana EYBooklist Starred Review n literatureOF literature LITERATUREThird Edition. This set profiles 400 major American authors of fiction, drama, and poetry.Arranged in an easy-to-use A-Z format, each entry begins with birth & death dates, and a statement explaining the writers literary importance. Next, entries include: a Biography; deep Analysis of the authors style, dominant themes, and literary characteristics; coverage of the authors Works; a Summary of the authors legacy; an updatedVolume6Bibliography and Discussion Topics. This edition includes 100 new essays that focus on contemporary American authors, including David Foster Wallace, Donna Tartt, Suzanne Collins, Veronica Roth, Lois Lowry, Jhumpa Lahiri, Nora Ephron, and David Sedaris. The Critical Survey of American Literature combines biography and6-VOLUME SET VOLUME 6978-1-68217-128-8 978-1-68217-134-9ill emcritical analysis of the most important contemporary and historic figures and works in American literature and w SalPreSSbe an important addition to all literature collections.Two Universis2a0c1k- 9N6J8 0-0 ite 310FREE ty Plaza, S6u00 1Hacken: 01-968-0511 0PhFaoxn:e 2 75Online Access AMERICAN & WORLD LITERATURE, LONG & SHORT FICTIONDecember 2016 | Six Volumes; 3,422 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-128-8 | Library Price: $499 FREECritical Survey ofWorld LiteratureReaders of all ages curious to expand their reading horizons or to consult this set for their reference needs will find it a pleasure. Highly recommended. Booklist Starred ReviewThird Edition. This comprehensive, six-volume set profiles 400 writers at the heart of literary studies, each with sections on biography, general analysis, and analysis of the authors most important works. This edition includes coverage of contemporary authors from around the globe, including Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Aravind Adiga, Reinaldo Arenas, J.G. Ballard, Alberto Fuguet, Marlon James, Yann Martel, Patrick Modiano, Orhan Pamuk, Will Self, and Jorge Volpi. All essays include Discussion Topics, provocative questions that will prompt classroom debates on the writers body of work, specific works, or life as it relates to his or her literature. Aimed at students, teachers, and members of reading groups, these discussion topics can be used as paper topics or conversation starters. In addition, phonetic pronunciation is provided for an authors foreign-language last name, and a Pronunciation Key appears in all volumes.FREE Online AccessJanuary 2018 | Six Volumes; 3,366 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-615-3 | Library Price: $499 FREECritical Survey of Long FictionCRITICALSURVEYOFAn excellent starting point for those beginning literary research. Highly recommended. Library Journal Award Winner! Outstanding Reference Source ALA/RUSA Long FictionFourth Edition. This multi-volume set offers 678 profiles of major writers of long fiction throughout history and the world, including critical analyses of their significant novels and novellas. This 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 | Ten Volumes; 6,056 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-535-7 | Library Price: $995 Visit www.salempress.com/long_fiction_singles for information about volumes covering specific genres.FREE Online AccessFREECritical Survey ofShort FictionThis is a useful, well-written reference and libraries that purchased the 2001 edition will want to update their collection with this substantially expanded 4th edition. CHOICE Award Winner! Outstanding Reference Source ALA/RUSA Fourth Edition. The Critical Survey of Short Fiction provides readers with in-depth analysis of major short story writers throughout history and the world. This fourth edition includes 145 new writers, with an emphasis on including more women writers and authors from around the world. Entries begin with dates and places of birth and death, a list of Principal Short Fiction, Other Literary Forms and two longer sections, Achievements and Biography. The longest section, Analysis, discusses style and themes, with subsections on one or more works of short fiction. The set is organized into five subsets by geography and essay type: a four-volume subset on American Writers; a two-volume subset on British, Irish, and Commonwealth Writers; a one-volume subset on European Writers; a one-volume subset on World Writers; and a one-volume subset of Topical Essays. The subsets are arranged alphabetically, and each writer appears in only one subset.FREE Online AccessJanuary 2012 | Ten Volumes; 3,600 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-789-4 | Library Price: $1,095 FREEVisit www.salempress.com for information about individual subsets.GET ONLINE ACCESS(800) 221-1592 WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.salempress.com2022-480 Salem Catalog 2023 R7.indd 17 2022-12-28 11:12 AM'