CFP: [Collections] Book Reviews: Various (7/15/08; journal issue)

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_*In-between: Essays & Studies in Literary Criticism*_

An open biannual that focuses on British and American literary criticism
invites book reviews of publications which focus on 20th century literature
and related interdisciplinary studies, as also the titles listed below.
Reviews of books dealing with prose, auto/biographies and neglected areas
and minor authors are especially encouraged. Please check with the editor
before reviewing whether a title is unassigned and available.
Some review copies have been received and will be mailed to interested
reviewers on request.

An _In-between_ book review normally runs to about sixteen hundred words.
Shorter reviews are not encouraged. Please (i) air-mail one hard copy along
with (ii) a copy of your cv if you have one handy, and (iii) email the text
of the review along with (iv) a hundred word note for the contributors’

Please use any software, double space, single quotes, double quotes for
quotes within quotes, outside punctuation, en dash flanked by single space
in place of two hyphens, British spelling except, of course, for quoted
matter, single space between sentences, no space between paragraphs, and

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Books Received

1. Pramod K Nayar. English Writing and India, 1600â€"1920: Colonizing
Aesthetics. Routledge, 2008
2. Radha Chakravarty. Feminism and Contemprorary Women Writers: Rethinking
Subjectivity. Routledge, 2008.
3. L. Tennenhouse. The Importance of Feeling English: American Literature
and the British Diaspora, 1750-1850. Princeton, 2007.
4. M. Canuel. The Shadow of Death: Literature, Romanticism, and the Subject
of Punishment. Princeton. 2007.
5. Jen Shelton. Joyce and the Narrative Structure of Incest. Florida, 2006.
6. C. Gráda. Jewish Ireland in the Age of Joyce: A Socioeconomic History.
Princeton, 2006.
7. John Nash. James Joyce and the Act of Reception: Reading, Ireland,
Modernism. Cambridge, 2006.
8. M. Wollaeger. Modernism, Media, and Propaganda: British Narrative from
1900 to 1945. Princeton, 2006.
9. Adrian S. Wisnicki. Conspiracy, Revolution, and Terrorism from
Victorian Fiction to the Modern Novel. Routledge, 2007.
10. C. Niyogee. Reorienting Orientalism. Sage, 2006.
11. Pramod K Nayar. Reading Culture. Sage. 2006.
12. Florina Tufescu. Oscar Wilde's Plagiarism: The Triumph of Art over Ego.
Irish Academic Press. 2007
13. Nalini Rajan. Ed. Digital Culture Unplugged: Probing the Native
Cyborg’s Multiple Locations. Routledge. 2007.
14. Marshall Brown. The History of Literary Criticism, Vol. 5:
Romanticism. Cambridge, 2007.
15. Walton Litz Louis Menand Lawrence Rainey. Eds. The Cambridge History of
Literary Criticism, Vol. 7: Modernism and the New Criticism. Cambridge, 2006.
16. Christopher Hilliard. To Exercise Our Talents: The Democratization of
Writing in Britain. Harvard, 2006.
17. R. M. Berry & Jeffrey R. Di Leo. Eds. Fiction’s Present: Situating
Contemporary Narrative Innovation. Suny, 2007
18. K. Newman. Cultural Capitals: Early Modern London and Paris. Princeton,
19. Malashri Lal & S. Kumar. Interpreting Homes in South Asian Lit. 2007.
20. Dasgupta & Malashri Lal. The Indian family in Transition. 2007. Sage.
21. Sanjay Srivastava. Passionate Modernity: Sexuality, Gender, Class and
Consumption in India. Routledge, 2007
22. Aparna Basu & Malavika Karlekar. In so many words: Women’s Life
Experiences from Western and Eastern India. Routledge, 2008.
23. Sachidanand Mohanty. Sri Aurbindo: A Contemporary Reader. Routledge
India, 2008.
24. Bawcutt, Priscilla and Janet Hadley Williams. Eds. A Companion
toMedieval Scottish Poetry. D. S. Brewer, 2006..
25. Roberto Price. Homeric Whispers. Scylax, 2006..
26. Robert Mills. Suspended Animation: Pleasure Pain and Punishment in
medieval literature. Reaktion Press, 2005
27. Maria Niku. The Official Status of the Foreign Residents in Athens,
322-120 B.C. Finnish Institute at Athens, 2007.
28. Robert Faulkner. The Case for Greatness. Honorable Ambition and Its
Critics. Yale, 2007.
29. Andrew D. Irvine. Socrates on Trial. A Play Based on Aristophanes'
Clouds and Plato's Apology, Crito, and Phaedo. Adapted for Modern
Performance. Toronto, 2008.
30. Hanna Boeke. The Value of Victory in Pindar's Odes. Gnomai, Cosmology
and the Role of the Poet. Brill, 2007.
31. James Robson. Humour, Obscenity and Aristophanes. Gunter Narr Verlag,
32. Michael Attyah Flower. The Seer in Ancient Greece. California Berkeley,
33. D.M., Carter, The Politics of Greek Tragedy. Bristol Phoenix Press, 2007.

Gulshan Taneja / Editor,
Department of English, R.L.A. College, University of Delhi,
Post Box 5205, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi-110 021, India

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