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  • Over three centuries of scholarly publishing

    Brills Highlights in Literature and Cultural Studies

    Avant-Garde Critical Studies

    Nature, Culture and Literature

    Literary Modernism

    Journal of World Literature

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    Policing Literary Theory

    Edited by Clin-Andrei Mihilescu, Western University, Canada, and Takayuki Yokota-Murakami, Osaka University, Japan

    Policing Literary Theory is an exploration of the complex relationship between literature/literary theory and police/policing.

    Representing Wars from 1860 to the PresentFields of Action, Fields of Vision

    Edited by Claire Bowen, University of Le Havre, and Catherine Hoffmann, University of Le Havre

    Representing Wars from 1860 to the Present examines representations of a wide geographical variety of wars in literature, film, photography, memorials, and the popular press.

    January 2018Hardback (Approx. 220 pp. 2 ills.)ISBN 9789004358508Price 110 / US$ 127E-ISBN 9789004358515E-Price 100 / US$ 115Textxet: Studies in Comparative Literature, 86Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

    March 2018Hardback (Approx. 240pp.)ISBN 9789004353237Price 100 / US$ 120E-ISBN 9789004353244E-Price 90 / US$ 108Textxet: Studies in Comparative Literature, 85Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

    Literary Location and Dislocation of Myth in the Post/Colonial Anglophone World

    Edited by Andr Dodeman, University of GrenobleAlpes, and lodie Raimbault, University of GrenobleAlpes

    The essays collected in Literary Location and Dislocation of Myth in the Colonial and Post/Colonial Anglophone World examine how narratives have conveyed the diverse experiences of territorial belonging and alienation in postcolonial communities by rewriting traditional myths or creating new ones.

    Literature and Cultural Memory

    Edited by Mihaela Irimia, Drago Manea, and Andreea Paris, University of Bucharest

    Cultural Memory, a subtle and comprehensive process of identity formation, promotion and transmission, is considered as a set of symbolic practices and protocols, with particular emphasis on repositories of memory and the institutionalized forms in which they are embodied.

    November 2017Hardback (xvi, 258 pp.)ISBN 9789004359833Price 127 / US$ 147E-ISBN 9789004361409E-Price 115 / US$ 133Cross/Cultures, 202Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

    March 2017Hardback (Approx. 431 pp. 7 ill.)ISBN 9789004338869Price 132 / US$ 152E-ISBN 9789004338876E-Price 120 / US$ 138Internationale Forschungen zur Allgemeinen und Vergleichenden Literaturwissenschaft, 194Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

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    Textxet: Studies in Comparative Literature

    Edited by Theo Dhaen, University of Leuven, Karen Laura Thornber, Harvard University, Zhang Longxi, City University of Hong Kong, C.C. Barfoot, University of Leiden, and Hans Bertens, University of Utrecht

    Textxet welcomes research results within the broad category of Comparative Literature: theories of literature, world literature, works dealing with various literatures, and comparisons between the arts.

    ISSN: 0927-5754 brill.com/tscl

    Cross/Cultures

    Edited by Gordon Collier, Bndicte Ledent, Hena Maes-Jelinek, and Geoffrey Davis

    The series Cross/Cultures consists of readings in the Post/Colonial Literatures in English and includes the ASNEL Papers (Association for the Study of the New Literatures in English) subseries.

    ISSN: 0924-1426 brill.com/cc

    Brills Highlights in Comparative Literature, Post-colonial Literature and Translation Studies

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    Atlantic Crossings in the Wake of Frederick DouglassArchaeology, Literature, and Spatial Culture

    Edited by Mark P. Leone, University of Maryland, and Lee M. Jenkins, Universi-ty College Cork

    In Atlantic Crossings in the Wake of Frederick Douglass, edited by Mark P. Leone and Lee M. Jenkins, twelve chapters on archaeology, literature, and spatial culture explore crossings between American, African American, and Irish historical experience and culture.

    Black South African Autobiography After DeleuzeBelonging and Becoming in Self-Testimony

    Kgomotso Michael Masemola, University of South Africa

    In Black South African Autobiography After Deleuze: Belonging and Becoming Self-Testimony, Kgomotso Michael Masemola uses Gilles Deleuzes theories of immanence and deterritorialization to explore South African Autobiography as both the site and limit of intertextual cultural memory.

    March 2017Hardback (xlviii, 256 pp.)ISBN 9789004342903Price 92 / US$ 106E-ISBN 9789004343481E-Price 65 / US$ 75Cross/Cultures, 197Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

    May 2017Hardback (xxxviii, 204 pp.)ISBN 9789004346437Price 105 / US$ 121E-ISBN 9789004346444E-Price 95 / US$ 110Cross/Cultures, 198Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

    Philology Matters!Essays on the Art of Reading Slowly

    Edited by Harry Lnnroth, University of Jyvskyl

    Philology Matters! Essays on the Art of Reading Slowly comprises ten scholarly essays on philology and seeks to illustrate various ways of engaging with it.

    Aleksis Kivi and/as World Literature

    Douglas Robinson, Hong Kong Baptist University

    In Aleksis Kivi and/as World Literature Douglas Robinson tracks the global reception of Aleksis Kivi (1834-1872) as a wedge for exploring the nature and boundaries of world literature, and the contributions made by translators to it.

    Trends in E-Tools and Resources for Translators and Interpreters

    Edited by Gloria Corpas Pastor, University of Mlaga, and Isabel Durn-Muoz, University of Cordoba

    Trends in E-Tools and Resources for Translators and Interpreters offers a collection of contributions from key players in the field of translation and interpreting that accurately outline some of the most cutting-edge technologies in this field.

    September 2017Hardback (approx. 272 pp.)ISBN 9789004315112Price 99 / US$ 114E-ISBN 9789004349568E-Price 90 / US$ 104Medieval and Renaissance Authors and Texts, 19

    March 2017Hardback (Approx. 325 pp.)ISBN 9789004340213Price 121 / US$ 140E-ISBN 9789004340268E-Price 110 / US$ 127Approaches to Translation Studies, 44Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

    January 2018Hardback (Approx. 235 pp. incl color illustrations)ISBN 9789004351783Price 105 / US$ 121E-ISBN 9789004351790E-Price 95 / US$ 110Approaches to Translation Studies, 45Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

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    Approaches to Translation Studies

    Edited by Henri Bloemen, KU Leuven, Belgium, Leo Tak-hung Chan, Lingnan University, Hong Kong, Cees Koster, Utrecht University, the Netherlands, Ton Naaijkens, Utrecht University, the Netherlands, Gabriela Saldanha, University of Birmingham, ebnem Susam-Saraeva, The University of Edinburgh, Scotland, and Michaela Wolf Universitt Graz

    Approaches to Translation Studies promotes the scholarly study of translation. The notion of plural approaches to translation and its study calls up images of scholarly explorers following untrodden paths to translation, or more cautiously (re)tracing the familiar routes.

    ISSN: 0169-0523 brill.com/atts

    Brills Highlights in Comparative Literature, Post-colonial Literature and Translation Studies

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    Ethics and Aesthetics in Toni Morrisons Fiction

    Mariangela Palladino

    Ethics and Aesthetics in Toni Morrisons Fiction explores the relationship between ethics and aesthetics in Toni Morrisons fiction. Palladinos work foregrounds ambiguity as a key feature of narrative ethics.

    Literature and TruthImaginative Writing as a Medium for Ideas

    Richard Lansdown, University of Groningen, the Netherlands

    In Literature and Truth Richard Lansdown examines the relation of literature to truth by tracing the presence of discursive ideas and paradigms in imaginative works.

    February 2018Hardback (Approx. 190 pp.)ISBN 9789004360020Price 90 / US$ 104E-ISBN 9789004360044E-Price 82 / US$ 95Costerus New Series, 223Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

    November 2017Hardback (Approx. 250 pp.)ISBN 9789004356849Price 116 / US$ 134E-ISBN 9789004356856E-Price 105 / US$ 121Costerus New Series, 222Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

    Tom Stoppards PlaysPatterns of Plenitude and Parsimony

    Nigel Purse

    In Tom Stoppards Plays: Patterns of Plenitude and Parsimony Nigel Purse offers a unique appraisal, on a thematic basis, of all Stoppards plays by identifying key patterns and uncovering at the heart of Stoppards theatrical plenitude the principle of parsimony.

    The Imagination in Early Modern English Literature

    Deanna Smid, Brandon University, Canada

    Deanna Smid presents a literary, historical account of imagination in early modern English literature, particularly imaginations effects on the body and on women, its restraint by reason, and its ability to create novelty.

    November 2016Hardback (Approx. 630 pp.)ISBN 9789004318366Price 175 / US$ 227E-ISBN 9789004319653E-Price 175 / US$ 227Costerus New Series, 217Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

    August 2017Hardback (220 pp.)ISBN 9789004344037Price 110 / US$ 127E-ISBN 9789004344044E-Price 100 / US$ 115Costerus New Series, 221Imprint: Brill | Rodopi

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    Costerus New Series

    Edited by C.C. Barfoot, Michael Boyden, Theo Dhaen and Raphal Ingelbien

    Besides the more classical research in English, American and Irish literature, does Costerus offer a platform for new directions in literary studies in relat