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Beginnings

This acclaimed series is designed to give practical help to students beginning to tackle recent developments in English, Literary Studies and Cultural Studies. The books in the series demonstrate and encourage a questioning engagement with the new; give essential information about the context and history of each topic covered; and show how to develop a practice which is up-to-date and informed by theory.

Beginning Modernism:  (Beginnings)
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Beginning Postcolonialism: Second Edition (Beginnings)
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Beginning Realism:  (Beginnings)
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Beginning Postmodernism: Second Edition (Beginnings)
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Beginning Postmodernism
Beginning Theory: An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Theory, Third Edition (Beginnings)
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Beginning Theory
Beginning Film Studies:  (Beginnings)
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Beginning Shakespeare:  (Beginnings)
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Beginning Shakespeare
Beginning Ethnic American Literatures:  (Beginnings)
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Beginning Postmodernism

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