English Institute Publications
For almost seven decades The English Institute has been a major resource for developments in criticism, theory and scholarship, while honoring traditional fields of interest and modes of literary analysis. In its annual conferences the Institute has focused on the major topics and the building blocks of the profession and craft of literature: periodization, genre, authorship, reading, the critic’s voice, and other issues of key concern to students, teachers, scholars and theorists of literature. Since its inception nearly seventy years ago, and working with a variety of publishers, the Institute has assembled its invited conference papers into thematic volumes that have had a profound impact on the interpretation and teaching of English Literature.
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