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  • 16
    Jan

    2019

    Much Ado About Nothing

    Shakespeare as Fan Fiction

    Travis D. Williams considers Much Ado About Nothing through the lens of recent stage, television, film and critical interpretations, and the phenomenon of fan fiction... The

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  • 11
    Jan

    2019

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    Has the Left Killed Satire?

    Writing a big book makes you wary of generalizations.  My new book, The Cambridge Introduction to Satire, discusses satire from Lysistrata to The Daily Show, and if there’s one thing I discovered in...

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  • 8
    Jan

    2019

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    Is Brexit a ‘crusade’?

    The political and economic agenda of the United Kingdom has been dominated for the last two years by the result of the 2016 Brexit referendum. A few days after the referendum, in which 52% of voters voted...

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  • 6
    Nov

    2018

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    Poetry and the Centenary of the First World War

    When we first began to write about the poetry of the First World War, this current centenary lay some years ahead, and was only vaguely in our minds as a publishing end point. At the same time, the approach...

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  • 16
    Oct

    2018

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    Publishing and Book Culture

    Introducing Publishing and Book Culture – a new series of research-focused collections of Elements on aspects of Publishing and Book Culture, published by Cambridge University Press. Inspired by research...

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  • 26
    Sep

    2018

    Remembering the Armistice blog post

    Remembering the Armistice in America

    On November 11 2018, nations around the world will commemorate the centenary of the end of World War One, remembering the armistice that concluded the first truly global war and the deadliest and costliest...

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  • 17
    Sep

    2018

    Critical Contexts Terrorism and Literature Blog Post

    Terrorism and Literature

    Peter C. Herman writes about his new book, Terrorism and Literature, which is part of our new literary series Cambridge Critical Concepts. ...

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  • 11
    Sep

    2018

    Animals, Animality and Literature blog post

    Animals and Literature Now

    Why study animals and literature now? Animal narratives appear around the globe from time immemorial: in our earliest creation myths and the texts that underpin the world’s major religions, in literature...

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