Book Review: Radical Contra-Diction: Coleridge, Revolution, Apostasy

Björn Bosserhoff's book Radical Contra-Diction: Coleridge, Revolution, Apostasy, published in 2016 with Cambridge Scholars Publishing, has been reviewed by Katy Beavers from the School of Health Sciences, City, University of London. The review is not available online, but an indicative excerpt is below: "Bosserhof concludes that Coleridge’s attempts to rewrite his own past were to counter … Continue reading Book Review: Radical Contra-Diction: Coleridge, Revolution, Apostasy

Book review: Travelling around Cultures: Collected Essays on Literature and Art

Zsolt Győri and Gabriella Moise's book, Travelling around Cultures: Collected Essays on Literature and Art, has been reviewed in the latest issue of Pro&Contra by Eszter Krakkó. Eszter's review is extremely positive, and can be read in full here. Please see below for an indicative excerpt. "Although the subtitle humbly suggests that this volume is a “mere” … Continue reading Book review: Travelling around Cultures: Collected Essays on Literature and Art

Out now in paperback with 60% off: The Medusa Gaze in Contemporary Women’s Fiction: Petrifying, Maternal and Redemptive

Cambridge Scholars is delighted to announce that the paperback of Gillian Alban's acclaimed The Medusa Gaze in Contemporary Women’s Fiction: Petrifying, Maternal and Redemptive is out now. To celebrate the publication of the paperback and to continue the book's recent feature as our May Book of the Month, we are offering a 60% discount with the discount … Continue reading Out now in paperback with 60% off: The Medusa Gaze in Contemporary Women’s Fiction: Petrifying, Maternal and Redemptive

Book review: Byron and the Best of Poets

Nicholas Gayle's first book with Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Byron and the Best of Poets, has been reviewed by David Woodhouse in the Byron Journal. It is an extremely positive review, which praises Gayle's distinctive voice and style and his passionate analysis of Byron. The review is available here (subscription required), and an indicative excerpt is … Continue reading Book review: Byron and the Best of Poets

Call for chapters: British Travel Narratives on Wars

British Travel and Narratives on Wars is a forthcoming edited collection under consideration for publication by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, and the editors Jeanne Dubino and Elisabetta Marino invite contributors to submit book chapter proposals. If you are interested in contributing please contact marino@lettere.uniroma2.it  and dubinoja@appstate.edu for further information. From Homer’s epics to Herodotus’s histories, warring has been synonymous … Continue reading Call for chapters: British Travel Narratives on Wars

Roberto Cantú working on new book on Alfonso Reyes (1889-1959)

Roberto Cantú is the editor of five books with Cambridge Scholars Publishing, An Insatiable Dialectic: Essays on Critique, Modernity, and Humanism (2013), The Willow and the Spiral: Essays on Octavio Paz and the Poetic Imagination (2014), The Reptant Eagle: Essays on Carlos Fuentes and the Art of the Novel (2015), Equestrian Rebels: Critical Perspectives on Mariano … Continue reading Roberto Cantú working on new book on Alfonso Reyes (1889-1959)

Dr Mary Honan given a civic reception honouring her scholarly work on peace, justice, and reconciliation

We are delighted to share news that Dr Mary Honan, author of The Literary Representation of World War II Childhood: Interrogating the Concept of Hospitality, published with Cambridge Scholars in 2017, was honoured with a civic reception recognising "her outstanding academic research on race & ethnic relations, peace & reconciliation" (see here for more details). … Continue reading Dr Mary Honan given a civic reception honouring her scholarly work on peace, justice, and reconciliation