□ 1 [Ariosto, Ludovico]
Latin Poetry / Ariosto, Ludovico; (ed & tr) Looney, D. (The I Tatti Renaissance Library 84) 258 p. Harvard UP, 2018.
□ 2 [Boccaccian Renaissance]
Boccaccian Renaissance: Essays on the Early Modern Impact of Giovanni Boccaccio and His Works / Eisner, Martin & Lummus, David (ed) (Dante and Medieval Italian Literature)
340 p. Notre Dame UP, 2019:06.
□ 3 [Decadence & Modernism]
Decadence in the Age of Modernism / Hext, Kate & Murray, Alex (ed) 288 p. Johns Hopkins UP, 2019:06
□ 4 [Early Modern Literature]
Early Modern English Marginalia / Acheson, Katherine (ed)
(Material Readings in Early Modern Culture) 301 p. Routledge, 2019
□ 5 [History of the Novel]
The Oxford History of the Novel in English, Vol. 10: The Novel in South and South East Asia since 1945
/ Tickell, Alex (ed) 688 p. Oxford, 2019:02.
□ 6 [MLA Guide]
MLA Guide to Undergraduate Research in Literature
/ Brookbank, Elizabeth & F. Christenberry. MLA, 2019:03.
ISBN:9781603294362 pap \2,640
□ 7 [Modernism]
The Art of Hunger: Aesthetic Autonomy and the Afterlives of Modernism / Moody, Alys. 227 p. Oxford, 2018.
□ 8 -Returning the Gift: Modernism and the Thought of Exchange / Colesworthy, Rebecca. 271 p. Oxford, 2018.
□ 9 [Narratology]
Narratology / Liveley, Genevieve (Classics in Theory Series)
320 p. Oxford, 2019:03.
□ 10 [Poetry Studies]
Hearing Things: The Work of Sound in Literature
/ Leighton, Angela. 278 p. Harvard UP, 2018.
□ 11 [Science Fiction]
The Cambridge History of Science Fiction / Gerry Canavan & Eric Carl Link. 836 p. Cambridge UP, 2019:04.
□ 12/12P [Sonnet]
The Sonnet / Regan, Stephen. 464 p. Oxford, 2019:02.
ISBN:9780192893079 \11,440/ 9780198838869 pap \3,518
The Sonnet provides a comprehensive study of one of the oldest and most popular forms of poetry, widely used by Shakespeare, Milton, and Wordsworth, and still used centuries later by poets such as Seamus Heaney, Tony Harrison, and Carol Ann Duffy. This book traces the development of the sonnet from its origins in medieval Italy to its widespread acceptance in modern Britain, Ireland, and America. It shows how the sonnet emerges from the aristocratic courtly centres of Renaissance Europe and gradually becomes the chosen form of radical political poets such as Milton. The book draws on detailed critical analysis of some of the best-known sonnets written in English to explain how the sonnet functions as a poetic form, and it argues that the flexibility and versatility of the sonnet have given it a special place in literary history and tradition.