b'36 CRITICAL INSIGHTS: WORKS LiteratureBEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! The House on Mango Street, by Sandra CisnerosWith more than six million copies sold, The House on Mango Street is easily one of the most critically and commercially successful Mexican-American novels, regularly appearing on high school and college LITERATUREreading lists. In deceptively simple prose, this classic tells the story of a young Mexican-American girls family, her friends, and her coming-of-age in an impoverished Chicago neighborhood.October 2010 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-717-7 | Library Price: $105How the Garca Girls Lost Their Accents, by Julia AlvarezExhibiting an intriguing structure and dealing with themes such as initiation and maturation, the novel is also significant for its treatment of women, immigrants, and recent socioeconomic, political, and cultural issues.It is an important contribution to Latinx and multicultural literature. This volume explores the different dimensions of Alvarezs novel, while also giving due attention to its impressive artistic achievements.CRITICAL INSIGHTS: WORKSMarch 2021 | Print ISBN: 978-1-64265-744-9 | Library Price: $105The Hunger Games Trilogy, by Suzanne Collins Suzanne Collins dystopian adventure series has been met with critical and commercial success across the globe. Essays in this volume analyze the importance of The Hunger Games success on young adult Jane Eyre BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! readers, compare the world of Panem to other notable dystopias, and closely examine the relationships between Katniss, Peeta, and Gale.March 2016 | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-844-0 | Library Price: $105I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, by Maya AngelouOriginal essays examine this work from several perspectives, including the struggle for black identity through readings of both Caged Bird and James Baldwins If Beale Street Could Talk, as well as through historical events that surround Angelous life: the civil rights, black power, and black arts movements.October 2009 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-624-8 | Library Price: $105In Cold Blood, by Truman CapoteThis volume offers a rich range of perspectives on Capotes major work, exploring it as a non-fiction novel and as a true crime story, tracing its reception by reviewers, critics, and the general public, discussing its impact on the real-life community and individuals it describes, and examining the crucial ethical, judicial, and penal issues it raises. October 2020 | Print ISBN: 978-1-64265-661-9|Library Price: $105The Inferno, by DanteThe contributors to this volume are the leading Dante scholars of great importance, especially in Anglophone circles. Essays include a close reading of Dante, a chapter comparing and contrasting Dantes Inferno to his other writings, a history of the critical response to his work, and a chapter on the cultural and historical context of Dantes Inferno. September 2011 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-838-9 | Library Price: $105Invisible Man, by Ralph EllisonWill help to provide a new generation of readers with tools for connecting with Ellisons unnamed protagonist.To paraphrase the novels famous last line, this book speaks to us on many different frequencies. Against the GrainWinner of the 1953 National Book Award for Fiction, Invisible Man is often listed among the top one hundred novels of the twentieth century. 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PeelRight O ignication: Narrative and F yre, by Ashly BennettAConv bsurd, Unconventional: J by Cala Zane and Rubairarriage Plot but a Tale of Evolving brupt, Aersational Landscape,RFe-reminist Consciousness,eading Jane Eyre: Not a R by Bomantic Marbara WaxmanJane Eyre, by Charlotte BrontThis volume presents a variety of new essays on Charlotte Bronts Jane Eyre, considered by many tohave revolutionized the art of fiction. Many agree that Bront was ahead of her time as she explored theindividualistic character of Jane, and topics such as classism, sexuality, religion, and feminism.Twaock Uennsiva0c1k- 9N68-0500 ParleeSmS January 2014 | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-218-9 | Library Price: $105H ersityJP0l7a6z0a1, Suite 310 SPFahxo:n 2e0: 12-968-0511The Joy Luck Club, by Amy TanThis volume surveys the critical reception of Tans works, and considers the structure, narration, style, and themes of Joy Luck, comparing them with Michael Cunninghams The Hours. Essays also examine traditional Chinese beliefs in the novel, compare Joy Luck to The Kitchen Gods Wife, and provide two author interviews.October 2009 | Print ISBN: 978-1-58765-626-2 | Library Price: $105 FREE All Critical Insights titles come with free online access Online AccessFREEGET ONLINE ACCESSWITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.salempress.com2023-467 Salem 2024 Catalog R8.indd 36 2023-12-19 1:59 PM'