April LCS Volumes

April LCS Volumes

April draws to a close and the “cruelest month,” as T. S. Eliot said, is almost over. But this month was far from cruel for our team at Layman Poupard Publishing, and they reaped the fruits of their labor with a whopping fourteen published LCS volumes.

Here is a list of all fourteen April volumes, published by Gale Cengage, which are available in print and on Literature Criticism Online:

 

Classical and Medieval Literature Criticism

Volume 178

  • Metamorphoses (AD 8) by Ovid
  • Greek Philosopher Socrates (c. 470-399 BC)
  • Greek poet Tyrtaeus (seventh century BC)
Diana and Actaeon by Titian. Oil on canvas, circa 1556-59. Public domain image via Wikimedia Commons.

Diana and Actaeon by Titian. Oil on canvas, circa 1556-59. Public domain image via Wikimedia Commons.

Volume 179

  • Vita nuova (1292-95?) by Dante Alighieri
  • English historian Ranulf Higden (c. 1280-1364)
  • Roman historian and writer Marcus Terentius Varro (116-27 BC)

 

Literature Criticism from 1400 to 1800

Volume 253

  • Hypnerotomachia Poliphili (1499) by Francesco Colonna
  • Spanish playwright, novelist, and poet Luis Vélez de Guevara (1578/79 – 1644)
  • The Countesse of Mountgomeries Urania (1621) by Lady Mary Wroth

Volume 254

  • English editor and writer John Hawkesworth (1715? – 1773)
  • English theologian and writer Jane Lead (1624 – 1704)
  • The Provincial Letters (1657) by Blaise Pascal
  • Italian poet and prose writer Jacopo Sannazaro (1456/58 – 1530)

 

Children’s Literature Review

Alexandre Dumas, author of such works as The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. Public domain image via Wikimedia Commons.

Alexandre Dumas, author of such works as The Count of Monte Cristo and The Three Musketeers. Public domain image via Wikimedia Commons.

Volume 205

  • French novelist Alexandre Dumas, peré (1802 – 1870)
  • The Sandman series of comics (1990-97; 2015) by Neil Gaiman

Volume 206

  • American writer and editor Susan Coolidge (1835 – 1905)
  • American orator and essayist Martin Luther King, Jr. 1929 – 1968)
  • Monster (1999) by Walter Dean Myers

 

Contemporary Literary Criticism

Volume 392

  • American writer John Ehle (1925 – )
  • English writer P. D. James (1920 – 2014)
  • Canadian playwright and writer Ann-Marie MacDonald (1958 – )
  • Nigerian playwright, critic and director Ola Rotimi (1938 – 2000)

Volume 393

  • American writer Wendell Berry (1934 – )
  • Canadian writer Joseph Boyden (1966 – )
  • American writer John Crowley (1942 – )
  • Scottish comic-book writer and graphic novelist Grant Morrison (1960 – )

 

Joseph Smith, Jr., circa 1842. Oil on canvas, painter unknown. Public domain image via Wikimedia Commons.

Joseph Smith, Jr., circa 1842. Oil on canvas, painter unknown. Public domain image via Wikimedia Commons.

Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism

Volume 321

  • English writer William Harrison Ainsworth (1805 – 1882)
  • The Prairie(1827) by James Fenimore Cooper
  • The Book of Mormon (1830) by Joseph Smith, Jr.

 

Poetry Criticism

Volume 177

  • Romanian-born French writer Paul Celan (1920-1970)
  • German writer Hans Magnus Enzensberge (1929 – )
  • Spanish poet and playwright Luis de Góngora y Argote (1561 – 1627)

Volume 178

  • American poet and essayist William Bronk (1918 – 1999)
  • English poet and playwright John Wilmot, Second Earl of Rochester (1647 – 1680)

 

Short-Story Criticism

Volume 226

  • Irish Short-Fiction Writers
  • Irish writer James Joyce (1882-1941)
  • Irish writer Frank O’Connor (1903 – 1966)

 

Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism

Volume 326

  • Spanish writer Carmen de Burgos (1867-1932)
  • Australian writer Vance Palmer (1885 – 1959)
  • Australian writer Patrick White (1912 – 1990)

 

Shakespeare Criticism

Title page of the 1634 edition of The Two Noble Kinsmen. Public domain image via Wikimedia Commons.

Title page of the 1634 edition of The Two Noble Kinsmen. Public domain image via Wikimedia Commons.

Volume 168

  • Graphic Novels and Shakespeare
  • A Lover’s Complaint
  • The Two Noble Kinsmen

 

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