The Swerve: How the Renaissance Began by Stephen Greenblatt
Greenblatt is one of the best known scholars of English Renaissance literature and a seminal figure in New Historicism.
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Outcry over Hamlet novel casting old king as gay paedophile
Just when you thought there were no more daft things to be said about Hamlet.
There is a new full-text resource available through the library databases that will prove very useful for English students. EBL (http://www.rug.eblib.com.proxy-ub.rug.nl/patron/) carries secondary texts from several standard academic publishers (e.g. Palgrave, Routledge) as well as from a host of less well-known publishers. It allows you to download books for offsite reading.
Postmodernism is dead it seems – but what is/was it? Postmodernism is dead | Prospect Magazine.
Identifying a metaphor is something a first year student should be able to do without any difficulty. But what do metaphors do?
What’s a Metaphor For?