Edited by Richard T. Gray, Professor of Germanics and Byron W. and Alice L. Lockwood Professor in the Humanities, University of Washington, Seattle.
This series investigates literary artifacts in their cultural and historical environments. Through comparative investigations and case studies across a wide array of national literatures, it highlights the interdisciplinary character of literary studies and explores how literary production extends into, influences, and refracts multiple domains of intellectual and cultural life.
edited by J. J. Long and Anne Whitehead by Ramu Nagappan by Harald Weinrich; translated and introduced by Jane K. Brown and Marshall Brown by Simon Richter by Lisa Maruca by Richard T. Gray
by Valeria Sobol
by Alexander M. Schlutz by Marshall Brown
by Deborah Needleman Armintor