Beastly Journeys
  • Author : Tim Youngs
  • Release Date : 06 November 2013
  • Publisher : Liverpool University Press
  • Genre : Literary Criticism
  • Pages : 237
  • ISBN 13 : 9781781385524

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Book Description: A critical exploration of travel, animals and shape-changing in fin de siècle literature.

Beastly Journeys

Beastly Journeys

Author : Tim Youngs
Publisher : Liverpool University Press
Genre : Literary Criticism
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A critical exploration of travel, animals and shape-changing in fin de siècle literature....

Beastly Journeys

Beastly Journeys

Author : Jennifer Barclay,Hilary Bradt
Publisher : Bradt Guides
Genre : Travel
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David Attenborough, Dion Leonard (Finding Gobi), Dervla Murphy and Brian Jackman are just four of the authors whose work features in this new anthology from Bradt focusing on true stories about travelling with animals. In Beastly Journeys, there are 46 tales of extraordinary animal travel experiences, from hilarious holidays with pets ...

Beastly Journeys

Beastly Journeys

Author : Tim Youngs
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Bats, beetles, wolves, butterflies, bulls, panthers, apes, leopards and spiders are among the countless creatures that crowd the pages of literature of the late nineteenth century. Whether in Gothic novels, science fiction, fantasy, fairy tales, journalism, political discourse, realism or naturalism, the line between the human and the animal becomes ...

Spatial Boundaries  Abounding Spaces

Spatial Boundaries Abounding Spaces

Author : Mohit Chandna
Publisher : Leuven University Press
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Colonialism advanced its project of territorial expansion by changing the very meaning of borders and space. The colonial project scripted a unipolar spatial discourse that saw the colonies as an extension of European borders. In his monograph, Mohit Chandna engages with narrations of spatial conflicts in French and Francophone literature ...

Wild Abandon

Wild Abandon

Author : Jennifer Barclay
Publisher : Bradt Guides
Genre : Travel
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“A vivid and intoxicating account of these beautiful islands” – Victoria Hislop “A must-read for anyone who loves the Greek islands” – Richard Clark ‘There’s something about abandoned places which moves me and captures the imagination.’ So says seasoned travel writer Jennifer Barclay as she walks with her dog and her ...

Arthur Machen

Arthur Machen

Author : Antonio Sanna
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Arthur Machen: Critical Essays studies the works of Arthur Machen in twelve essays, exploring different aspects of the literary production of the Welsh writer who has won the readers and the critics' attention with works such as "The Great God Pan," "The Terror," and "The Angels of Mons."...