TWELFTH NIGHT: Collection of Critical Essays
ROMAN Books, a leading publisher of literature and literary criticism, continues the Roman Critical Context Series with a volume of critical essays on Shakespeare's comedy TWELFTH NIGHT. We are presently seeking articles on any topic related to TWELFTH NIGHT – textual and performance analysis, performance and reception history, textual, theatrical and historical aspects in detailed scrutiny. Submitted articles will be reviewed and published after acceptance in this critical anthology in the fall of 2013. Young scholars are particularly encouraged to submit their works. The collection will be edited by Boris Drenkov under the general editorship of Suman Chakraborty. Essays should be sent by the 31st of March to: firstname.lastname@example.org
About the editor: Boris Drenkov is a specialist in English Renaissance literature. HE graduated at the University of Munich and teaches at universities and academic institutions throughout Europe, particularly in Germany, where he has held academic positions in Munich and Siegen. His current focus of research is laid on the relation between art, politics and philosophical thought. He is an author of critical essays on translation, literary and cultural studies but also of works of fiction.