b'38 CRITICAL INSIGHTS: WORKS LiteratureONLINE CRITICAL CRITICAL NEW!VIEW THIS BOOK INSIGHTS The Lord of the Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkienhttps://online.salempress.com Evans The Lord ofthe Rings INSIGHTSRobert C. Eyv, wherans was I. B. Young Professor of English at Auburn University atThe Lord J.R.R. Tolkiens The Lord of the Rings quickly became one of the most popular and influential novels ofMontgomer e he taught since 1982 and was awarded emeritus status upon ward LITERATUREhis retirement in 2021. While at AUM he received the Faculty ExTcellence Aeaching Pnivrofessorersity, , and was named D esearch Professor, Distinguished om Princeton U ted by and University Alumni Pistinguished Rrofessor. He receivwships. Hed his Pis rh.D. fresearch has been supporfellowships from the Newberry Library (twice), the American Council of Learnedof the Rings the twentieth century. It inspired not just one film but a series of well-received movies that broughtwhere he held Weaver and Whiting felloH P untington Librarolger Sy, the Nhakespearational Ee Librarndoy (twice), the MSocieties, the F wment for the Hellon Fumanities, the American oundation, theby J.R.R. TolkienHe is a contributing editor to the J Edited by Robert C. Evans Tolkiens highly imaginative fantasy epic to life on the big screen. This volume discusses the novel from hilosophical Society, and the UCLohn DA Center for Monne Varioredievum Eal and Rdition, and author or editor enaissance Studies. of approximately 60 books on such topics as early modern women writers, pluralist century theory, twentieth-centure. 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Its most memorable character, Shylock, is also its apparent villain. This volume explores the play from many different points of view while seeking to understand why this work has long aroused, and continues to arouse, such strong admiration, fascination, and disagreement.January 2023 | Print ISBN: 978-1-63700-430-2 | Library Price: $105NEW!The Metamorphosis, by Franz KafkaThis volume includes a biography which warns that, although The Metamorphosis is considered to be semi-autobiographical, it is ultimately a work of imagination. Other essays include a discussion of structure, cultural, and historical contexts, Kafkas metaphor for extreme alienation, and a survey of the works critical reception.CRITICAL September 2011 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-840-2 | Library Price: $105INSIGHTS CRITICALE He has published a number of important books, includingTurku, and also inland.Kuortti Midnights Children INSIGHTSdited by Jrofessor of Contemporar . Pations: the Concept of N , and Tense eralMidnights Children Midnights Children, by Salman RushdieAdjunct P oel Kuortti, Professor of Ey Cnglish at the Uulture at the Univniversity of ersity of J\x1fe Salman Ryvaskyla, Fushdie Bibliography, Place of the Sacred: the Rhetoric of the Snglish atanic Verses AairPast, Tense Present: Changing Women WWriting in Eorlds/Changing N rofessor Kuortti has co-edited sev by Salman Rushdiebooks, including Transnational Era, and has contributed to a number of literary anthologies and ation in the journals. Edited by Joel KuorttiAmong the essays in this volume: ndian Fiction inMidnights Children marked a change in the global literary scene, inaugurating a heightened interest inUnder Scralman Rutiny: ushdie to ArMidnights Childrundhati Ren and Ioy: Its Cssues of Continuity in Iritics, Joel KuorttiFrEom S ral Narrative in Parwahostmodern Historiograhy: A Reading of Midnights nglish, Anuradha M Indian OChildren, Manda M. Sarma writings from formerly colonized countries. In its richness, full with magical realistic depiction and historio-NChildren, Tuomas Huttunene Possibility of Ethical Deconstruction in Midnights asal Connections: \x1fgraphical narration, Rushdies novel became a trendsetter. The essays in this volume discuss topics such as ethics, nationalism, translation, and the culture of globalization.February 2014 | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-389-6 | Library Price: $105Two Univeckrs iNtyJP0l7a6z0a1, Suite 310 S ParleeSmSHackee:n 1 saP 2-0916-8-05968-101500 A Midsummer Nights Dream, by William ShakespeareFahxo:n 20Shakespeares most loved comedy, this intricately structured drama employs a rich range of poetry and prose to juxtapose fairies and mortals, fantasy and reality, reason and madness. This volume offers fresh perspectives on its complex form, rich language, key themes and reinterpretations in light of twenty-first century concerns about gender, harassment, social division, and trauma. February 2020 | Print ISBN: 978-1-64265-381-6 | Library Price: $105Moby-Dick, by Herman MelvilleHerman Melvilles Moby-Dick is a vast epic that combines deep philosophy and high adventure as well as rich comedy and profound tragedy. Containing numerous essays by many prominent Melville scholars, the book places Melville and his epic novel in their various historical contexts while also showing how the novel continues to be relevantand powerfultoday. September 2014 | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-405-3 | Library Price: $105Mrs. Dalloway, by Virginia WoolfOriginal essays present an overview of Mrs. Dalloway, the works origins and composition, an analysis of the world events and social conditions that provide context for the work, the connections between Mrs. Dalloway and Toni Morrisons Sula, and discuss Woolfs efforts to create a new form of the novel appropriate for a new age.September 2011 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-841-9 | 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.com2022-480 Salem Catalog 2023 R7.indd 38 2022-12-28 11:13 AM'