□ 1 [Children's
Children's Literature / Hintz, Carrie (The New Critical Idiom) 187 p. Routledge, 2020.
□ 2 [Classical Literature]
The Call of Classical Literature in the Romantic Age / Van Anglen, Kevin & Engell, James (ed) (Edinburgh Critical Studies in Romanticism) 432 p. Edinburgh UP, 2017/2019.
ISBN:9781474429658 pap \6,597
□ 3 [Classical Reception]
Seamus Heaney and the Classics: Bann Valley Muses / Harrison, Stephen et al. (ed) 288 p. Oxford, 2019.
Seamus Heaney made a significant contribution to classical reception in modern poetry; though occasional essays have appeared in the past, this volume is the first to be wholly dedicated to this perspective on his work. Comprising literary criticism by scholars of both classical reception and contemporary literature in English, it includes contributions from critics who are also poets, as well as from theatre practitioners on their interpretations and productions of Heaney's versions of Greek drama
□ 4 [Comparative Literature]
The Oxford Handbook of the Baroque / Lyons, John D.
(Oxford Handbooks) 888 p. Oxford, 2019.
The book extends the concept of "Baroque" far beyond the visual arts and music, exploring its link to philosophy, science, religion, and literature. The first large-scale treatment of the Baroque that emphasizes the role of religious difference, technological innovation, the practical implications of mechanistic philosophy, colonization, and new practices of self-cultivation.
□ 5 [Cultural Studies]
Trasformative Words: Writing Otherness and Identities / Ihanus, Juhani (Expressive Arts Therapies/ Cultural Studies in the Third Millennium) 330 p. Nova Science, 2019.
□ 6 [History of Ideas]
Saturn and Melancholy: Studies in the History of Natural Philosophy, Religion, and Art / Klibansky, R., E. Panofsky & F. Saxl; ed. by P. Despoix and G. Leroux. 624 p. ,155 images. McGill-Queen's UP, 2019:11.
□ 7 [Loeb Classical Library]
Roman History, Vol. 1 / Appian; Brian McGing (ed/tr)
(Loeb Classical Library 2) 407 p. Harvard UP, 2019.
□ 8 -Ditto, Vol. 2 / Appian; Brian McGing (ed/tr) (Loeb Classical Library 3) 353 p. Harvard UP, 2019.
□ 9 - History of Rome, Books 21-22 / Livy, V.; ed. & tr. by J.C. Yardley (Loeb Classical Library 233) 400 p. Harvard UP, 2019.
□ 10 -Ditto, Vol. 3/ Appian; Brian McGing (ed/tr) (Loeb
Classical Library 4) 393 p. Harvard UP, 2019.
□ 11 [Medieval Studies]
Allegories of the Odyssey / John Tzetzes; A.J. Goldwyn (tr)
(Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library 56) 347 p. Harvard UP, 2019.
□ 12 [Modernism]
Invalid Modernism: Disability and the Missing Body of the Aesthetic / Davidson, Michael. 205 p. Oxford, 2019:02.
□ 13 [Modernism (Eliot/ Joyce/ Pound)]
Modernism and Non-Translation / Harding, Jason & John Nash (eds) 232 p. Oxford, 2019.
□ 14/15(pap) [Pastoral]
Pastoral, 2nd ed. / Gifford, Terry (The New Critical Idiom)
231 p. Routledge, 2020.
ISBN:9781138124837 \18,700: ISBN:9781138124844 pap \3,517