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By Murray, Neil
Book. English.
Published Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill Open University Press, 2008
How can I improve my written work?Academic writing can be a daunting prospect for new undergraduates and postgraduates alike, regardless of whether they...

By HALL, PETER
Book. English.
Published LONDON OBERON, 2001

By Lennard, John
Book. English.
Published Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002
This book is a compact guide to reading plays, and to the art and techniques of drama. Ranging from classical Greece to modern Drama and performance,...

By Lothe, Jakob
Book. English.
Published Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000
Narrative in Fiction and Film gives a clear presentation of key concepts of narrative theory. A growing field in the humanities, narrative theory (or '...

By Hall, Peter, Sir, 1930-
Book. English.
Published London: Oberon, 2000

Book. English.
Published Woodbridge: D.S. Brewer, 2001
The popularity of Gothic fictions, themes and films suggests that the genre is the norm as much as the dark underside of contemporary cultural production...

By Eccleshare, Julia
Book. English.
Published London: Continuum, 2001
J.K. Rowling is half-way through a series which has taken the world by storm. Unusually, she has attracted success both in terms of massive sales figures...

By SMITH, F
Book. English.
Published HEINEMANN, 1996

By Esslin, Martin
Book. English.
Published London: Methuen, 2001
3rd ed
Hamm: We're not beginning … to … to … mean something?Clov: Mean something? You and I mean something?(from 'Endgame' by Samuel Beckett) Martin Esslin coined the phrase 'Theatre of the Absurd' in this ground-breaking book, and the term has become part of the language just as thi

By Mamet, David, 1947-
Book. English.
Published London: Methuen, 2002, c1998
Renowned playwright, screenwriter, poet and essayist David Mamet explains the necessity, purpose and demands of drama. A celebration of the ties that...
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