New Books Received

The following are a sample of the recent review copies we have received through Spring 2008. Additional titles can be found on our website.

If you are interested in reviewing one of these titles for our publication, please contact the editors. Please included a brief summary of your background, or C.V., with your request.

The International Reception of T.S. Eliot, Continuum Press, 2007. (hardcover)

Fiction’s Present: Situating Contemporary Narrative Innovation, eds. R. M. Berry and Jeffery R. Di Leo, State Univ. of New York (SUNY) Press, 2008.

Jack Lynch, The English Language: A User’s Guide, Focus Publishing/R Pullins Co., Newburyport, MA, 2008. (Advanced copy)

Realities and Remediations: The Limits of Representation in Film, eds. Elizabeth Wells and Tamar Jeffers McDonald, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle, UK, 2007. (hardcover)

Lyle Massey, Picturing Space, Displacing Bodies: Anamorphosis in Early Modern Theories of Perspective, The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2007. (hardcover)

Brad Prager, The Cinema of Werner Herzog: Aesthetic Ecstasy and Truth, Wallflower Press, London and New York City, 2007.

Daniel Frampton, Filmosophy, Wallflower Press, London and New York City, 2006

The Unsilvered Screen: Surrealism on Film, eds. Graeme Harper and Rob Stone, Wallflower Press, London and New York City, 2007.

Clara E. RodrĂ­guez, Heroes, Lovers and Others: The Story of Latinos in Hollywood, Oxford University Press, 2004.

The Image and the Witness: Trauma, Memory and Visual Culture, eds. Frances Guerin and Roger Hallas, Wallflower Press, London and New York City, 2007.

Irish Films, Global Cinema, eds. Martin McLoone and Kevin Rockett, Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2007. (hardcover)

On Literature and Science: Essays, Reflections, Provocations, ed. Philip Coleman, Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2007. (hardcover)

Fear: Essays on the Meaning and Experience of Fear, eds. Kate Hebblethwaite and Elizabeth McCarthy, Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2007. (hardcover)

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