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Mark Twain in China
Looking at Twain in various Chinese contexts—his response to events involving the American Chinese community and to the Chinese across the Pacific, his posthumous journey through translation, and China's reception of ...
Thomas Bernhard, Italo Calvino, Elena Ferrante, and Claudio Magris: From Postmodernism to Anti-Semitism
Writers in Italian, German, Spanish, Hungarian, English, and French have succeeded in making Bernhard's Austrian vision an international vision. This book tells that story.
Kafka and Italy: A New Perspective on the Italian Literary Landscape
How do we compose a coherent account of a personality with so many contradictory aspects? All these questions and more are addressed by the essays in this volume, written by a group of leading international Kafka scholars.
Infectious Liberty Biopolitics Between Romanticism and Liberalism
Infectious Liberty is available from the publisher on an open-access basis. "Infectious Liberty generatively reconceives Romantic literature as a set of counter-hegemonic techniques of biopolitical experimentation.
Translation and International Reception
Mark Twain In Context provides the fullest introduction in one volume to the multifaceted life and times of one of the most celebrated American writers.