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Anglo-Catholic in Religion

Anglo-Catholic in Religion

T.S. Eliot and Christianity

By Barry Spurr

A major and ground-breaking analysis of the role played by Anglo-Catholicism in the life and work of the poet T.S. Eliot.
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Bible as Literature, The

The Bible as Literature

By T.R. Henn

An illuminating study of the literary qualities of the English Bible, with particular emphasis on the King James Version.
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Book of the Toad, The

The Book of the Toad

A Natural and Magical History of Toad-Human Relations

By Robert DeGraaff

A fascinating exploration of the toad's interaction with humans, establishing the scientific facts about the animal and investigating its role in art, literature and folklore.
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Children's Literature and Social Change

Children's Literature and Social Change

Some Case Studies from Barbara Hofland to Philip Pullman

By Dennis Butts

Twelve innovative case studies exploring the relationship between children's literature and its social, cultural and political context, ranging from the early 19th Century to the present day.
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Collar, The

The Collar

Reading Christian Ministry in Fiction, Television, and Film

By Sue Sorensen

An engaging analysis of the portrayal of members of the Christian clergy in literature, cinema and television, and how such cultural perceptions can shape popular expectations and understanding of the Christian ministry.
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Complete Identity, A

A Complete Identity

The Youthful Hero in the Work of G.A. Henty and George MacDonald

By R.E. Johnson

An examination of the hero figure in the stories of two major Victorian authors of children's literature and the complex way in which they engaged with the dominant ideologies of the time.
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English Ideology, The

The English Ideology

Studies on the Language of Victorian Politics

By George Watson

An examination of how the political literature of the 19th century sheds light on English parliamentary thought.
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Literature and Lifelong Learning

By Adrian Barlow

An impassioned and articulate defence of the enduring importance of lifelong learning, and in particular the value of literary education for those seeking to expand their knowledge and horizons in adult life.
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Facing the Fiend

Facing the Fiend

Satan as a Literary Character

By Eva Marta Baillie

A wide-ranging examination of the character of Satan through his literary manifestations, suggesting that this theologically problematic figure is best understood through his narrative role in myth and storytelling.
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For Services Rendered

For Services Rendered

An Anthology in Thanksgiving for the Book of Common Prayer

By Norman Taylor

A unique anthology of passages from English literature referring to the Book of Common Prayer, interspersed with essays discussing the history of the Prayer Book itself, the place of music in Anglican worship and the shape of Morning and Evening Prayer.
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From the Dairyman's Daughter to Worrals of the WAAF

From the Dairyman's Daughter to Worrals of the WAAF

The RTS, Lutterworth Press and Children's Literature

By Dennis Butts and Pat Garrett (editors)

A collection of essays analysing and celebrating the development of children's literature from the 18th to 20th centuries, with emphasis on the role played by the Religious Tract Society and the Lutterworth Press.
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Hanging a Rebel

Hanging a Rebel

The Life of C.R.W. Nevinson

By Michael J.K. Walsh

This extensive study of the artist and writer C.R.W. Nevinson makes an important contribution to the understanding of intellectual thought and culture in 20th Century Britain.
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Heresies and Heretics

Heresies and Heretics

Memories of the Twentieth Century

By George Watson

An entertaining and provocative exploration of the cultural and literary heresies of the 20th Century, and the diverse and original individuals who championed them.
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