New books – Literary Studies, Music, Art and Visual Studies

Literary Studies

At Home in Shakespeare’s Tragedies    Geraldo U. de Sousa,  University of Kansas, USA

Christopher Marlowe the Craftsman: Lives, Stage, and Page    Edited by Sarah K. Scott, Mount St. Mary’s University, USA and M.L. Stapleton, Indiana University-Purdue University,  USA

Narrating Marriage in Eighteenth-Century England and France    Chris Roulston, University of Western Ontario, Canada

Popular Medicine, Hysterical Disease, and Social Controversy in Shakespeare’s England    Kaara L. Peterson, Miami University, USA

Music Studies

Brahms and the Scherzo: Studies in Musical Narrative    Ryan McClelland, University of Toronto, Canada

Nineteenth-Century Music Review: Volume 7 Issues 1 and 2    Edited by Bennett Zon, The Music School, Durham University, UK.

Sounds of the Borderland: Popular Music, War and Nationalism in Croatia since 1991    Dr Catherine Baker, University of Southampton, UK

Sounding Values: Selected Essays    Scott Burnham, Princeton University, USA

Art and Visual Studies

Bruegel and the Creative Process, 1559-1563    Margaret A. Sullivan

Nouveau Réalisme, 1960s France, and the Neo-avant-garde: Topographies of Chance and Return    Jill Carrick, Carleton University, Canada

Samuel Palmer Revisited    Edited by Simon Shaw-Miller, Birkbeck College, University of London and Honorary Research Fellow, Royal Academy of Music, London, UK and Sam Smiles, University of Plymouth, UK

Sex Acts in Early Modern Italy: Practice, Performance, Perversion, Punishment    Edited by Professor Allison Levy

Shimon Attie’s Writing on the Wall: History, Memory, Aesthetics    Peter Muir, Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design and Open University.

The Sculpture of Reform in North Italy, ca 1095-1130: History and Patronage of Romanesque Façades    Dorothy F. Glass


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