Epic and Epoch: Essays on the Interpretation and History of a Genre

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STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY PRESS

*James Joyce: His Place in World Literature

*From Surrealism to the Absurd

*Franz Kafka: His Place in World Literature

Modern American Fiction: Insights and Foreign Lights

*William Faulkner: Prevailing Verities and World Literature

Joseph Conrad: Theory and World Fiction

Albert Camus' Literary Milieu: Arid Lands

Ethnic Literature since 1776: The Many Voices of America, Part One and Part Two

Ibero-American Letters in a Comparative Perspective Classical Mythology in Twentieth-Century Thought and Literature Shakespeare's Art from a Comparative Perspective The Teller and the Tale: Aspects of the Short Story Calderón de la Barca at the Tercentenary: Comparative Views

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe: One Hundred and Fifty Years of Continuing Vitality

Women World Walkers: New Dimensions of Science Fiction and Fantasy

Myths and Realities of Contemporary French Theater

War and Peace: Perspectives in the Nuclear Age

Film and Literature: A Comparative Approach to Adaptation

Literature and Anthropology

The Spanish Civil War in Literature

The Body and the Text: Comparative Essays in Literature and Medicine

The Literature of Emigration and Exile

Epic and Epoch: Essays on the Interpretation and History of a Genre

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