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Johnson’s Island

Johnson's Island

In 1861, Lt. Col. William Hoffman was appointed to the post of commissary general of prisoners and urged to find a suitable site for the construction of what was expected to be the Union’s sole military prison. After inspecting four ...

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Translators Writing, Writing Translators

Translators Writing, Writing Translators

Translators Writing, Writing Translators is a collection of essays by some of the leading scholar-practitioners working in the field of translation studies. Inspired by the work of distinguished translator and theorist Carol Maier, the contributors reflect, in a variety of ...

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Teaching Hemingway and War

Teaching Hemingway and War

“I’ve been teaching Hemingway for more than two decades, and I can honestly say that this book will change the way that I introduce his work to my students.” —Stephen Trout, University of South Alabama

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Hemingway’s Spain

Hemingway's Spain

In Hemingway’s Spain, Carl P. Eby and Mark Cirino collect thirteen penetrating and innovative essays by scholars of different nationalities, generations, and perspectives who explore Hemingway’s writing about Spain and his relationship to Spanish culture and ask us in a ...

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Bandersnatch

Bandersnatch

C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and the other Inklings met each week to read and discuss each other’s works-in-progress, offering both encouragement and blistering critique. How did these conversations shape the books they were writing? How does creative ...

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One Nation Divided by Slavery

One Nation Divided by Slavery

In the two decades before the Civil War, free Americans engaged in “history wars” every bit as ferocious as those waged today over the proposed National History Standards or the commemoration at the Smithsonian Institution of the atomic bombing of ...

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C. S. Lewis, J. R. R. Tolkien, and the other Inklings met weekly to read and discuss each other’s works-in-progress. Bandersnatch offers an inside look at the Inklings of Oxford—and a seat at their table at the Eagle and Child pub.