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A dictionary of literary terms and literary theory

With new entries and sensitive edits, this fifth edition places J.A. Cuddon's indispensable dictionary firmly in the 21st Century. Written in a clear and highly readable style Comprehensive historical coverage extending from ancient times to the present day Broad intellectual and cultural range Expands on the previous edition to incorporate the most recent literary terminology New material is particularly focused in areas such as gender studies and queer theory, post-colonial theory, post-structuralism, post-modernism, narrative theory, and cu.

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  • "Dictionary of literary terms"
  • "Literary terms and literary theory"
  • "Literary terms"
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  • "Dictionary of literary terms and literary theory"

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  • "This edition offers over two thousand literary terms in use internationally. The entire dictionary is cross-referenced and, in addition to those of the established literary genres, it includes lesser-known and technical terms, alongside terms from over a dozen foreign languages."
  • "With new entries and sensitive edits, this fifth edition places J.A. Cuddon's indispensable dictionary firmly in the 21st Century. Written in a clear and highly readable style Comprehensive historical coverage extending from ancient times to the present day Broad intellectual and cultural range Expands on the previous edition to incorporate the most recent literary terminology New material is particularly focused in areas such as gender studies and queer theory, post-colonial theory, post-structuralism, post-modernism, narrative theory, and cu."@en
  • "Alphabetically-arranged entries define more than 2,000 literary terms and explain their meaning with quotations and illustrations from world literature of the past and present."
  • "Alphabetically-arranged entries define more than 2,000 literary terms and explain their meaning with quotations and illustrations from world literature of the past and present."@en
  • "Over 2,000 terms, english, foreign language, technical explained with quotations and illustrations form world literature past and present."@en
  • "Over 2,000 terms - English, foreign language, technical - explained with quotations and illustrations from world literature past and present."@en
  • "Defines and explains terms pertaining to classical, English, American, European, and other literatures, in regular use, and ranging from technical terms and genres to critical concepts and recurrent motifs."

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  • "Wörterbuch (Fachlexikon)"
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  • "Terms and phrases"@en
  • "Terms and phrases"
  • "Wörterbuch"
  • "Dictionaries"
  • "Dictionaries"@en
  • "Terminology"
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  • "Encyclopedieën (vorm)"

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  • "a Dictionary of Literary Terms"
  • "A Dictionary of literary terms"
  • "A dictionary of literary terms ans literary theory"
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  • "A dictionary of literary terms and literary theory"
  • "A Dictionary of Literary Terms"
  • "A dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory"
  • "A Dictionary of literary terms and literary theory"@en
  • "Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory"@en
  • "Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory"
  • "The Penguin dictionary of literary terms and literary theory"
  • "The Penguin dictionary of literary terms and literary theory"@en
  • "A dictionary of literary terms"
  • "A dictionary of literary terms"@en
  • "Dictionary of literary terms and literary theory"
  • "Dictionary of literary terms"
  • "Dictionary of literary terms"@en
  • "A dictionary of literary and literary theory"
  • "The penguin dictionary of literary terms and literary theory"

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