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Robert Penn Warren's All the King's Men: A Reader's Companion

by Jonathan S. Cullick

Robert Penn Warren is one of the best-known and most consequential Kentucky writers of the twentieth century and the only American writer to have won three Pulitzers in two different genres.

Dear Appalachia: Readers, Identity, and Popular Fiction since 1878

by Emily Satterwhite

Much criticism has been directed at negative stereotypes of Appalachia perpetuated by movies, television shows, and news media.

Daniel Defoe: Ambition and Innovation

by Paula R. Backscheider

In this book, Paula Backscheider considers Daniel Defoe's entire canon as related, developing, and in close dynamic relationship to the literature of its time.

The Faith of John Dryden: Change and Continuity

by G. Douglas Atkins

John Dryden’s celebrated conversion to Roman Catholicism is revealed in this provocative study as the culmination of a lifelong search that began with his youth in an actively Puritan family.

Circle of Fire: Dickens' Vision and Style and the Popular Victorian Theater

by William F. Axton

This study explores the theater actually known and frequented by Dickens in order to show in terms of concrete structural analysis of his novels the nature of the predominantly “dramatic” or “theatrical” quality of his genius.