2022 marks a hundred years since Sylvia Beach published James Joyce’s novel Ulysses in full. What better time to think…
Adapting or recasting the formal experiments of their modernist forebears...Here is a brief tour of five places where modernism survived well into the second half of the twentieth century.
This selection of sixteen photographs together with the accompanying descriptions by Xenophon aim to provide a sense of the travel experience from the journey’s beginning at Sardis to the army’s famous sighting of the Black Sea from the mountains south of modern Trabzon.
This isn’t The Handmaid’s Tale. It’s Brave New World. But without soma.
The work and life of Seamus Heaney (1939-2013) were, in Bill Clinton’s words, a gift to the world: ‘His mind, heart, and his uniquely Irish gift for language made him our finest poet of the rhythms of ordinary lives.’
Q&A with EUP author Beth Rigel Daugherty about her research project and two new books about the life and works of Viginia Woolf
EUP author Katherine Voyles discusses the process around writing a double review for the Victoriographies Journal.
What Scottish play, published in 1725, reached over 100 printings by 1800, was called ‘the noblest pastoral’ by Robert Burns, inspired more than forty paintings, more than ‘from the entire works of Chaucer, Defoe, Swift, Richardson, or Fielding’ (R. Altick, Paintings from Books), and was performed by amateur companies throughout Scotland as late as the end of the 19th century?
Allan Ramsay and his 1720s Edinburgh adventure in ballad opera