Film and Literary Modernism
A collection of essays on the intersection of modernist film and literature will be published in March 2013.
Charles Dickens’s American Audience
Through several sources including statistics, literary biography, newspapers, memoirs, diaries, letters, and interviews this book examines a historical time and an emerging national consciousness that defined the American identity before and after the Civil War. American voices present their views, tastes, emotional reactions and identifications, and deep attachment for Dickens’s characters, stories, themes, and sensibilities as well as for the author himself. Available in more than 200 U.S. and Canada university and college library collections.
Music and Literary Modernism
This book investigateds how music played a role in the work of many modernist writers from James Joyce and T.S. Eliot to Virginia Woolf and James Weldon Johnson. Composers works are also examined.
In the Nick of Time
“In the Nick of Time is a collection of stories that flow with humor, mystery, and the dangerous possibilities of imagination. With traces of empathy and irony, these stories explore human connections in a space between wakefulness and sleep, today and yesterday, that is reminiscent of The Twilight Zone.” [From the back cover]
Bloom's How to Write About Joseph Conrad
This book offers a critical consideration of Joseph Conrad’s works: Heart of Darkness, Lord Jim, The Secret Agent, Nostromo, “Youth,” “The Secret Sharer,” Under Western Skies, Victory. The author discusses Conrad’s works in sections on Themes, Characters, Philosophy, History and Context, Form and Genre. This book is intended for the general reader and for students working on writing about Conrad’s fiction. See Bloom’s Writing About series. Infobase/Chelsea House.