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A.L. Kennedy

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 200
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New British Fiction

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15 December 2007

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This introduction places Kennedy's work in a clear historical and theoretical context. Its importance is considered in terms of contemporary Scottish identity and relevance to key issues in contemporary culture. Accessible...

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This introduction places Kennedy's work in a clear historical and theoretical context. Its importance is considered in terms of contemporary Scottish identity and relevance to key issues in contemporary culture. Accessible and comprehensive, this guide includes a timeline of key dates, interview with the author and an overview of critical reception.

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The most studentorientated and comprehensive introduction to A.L. Kennedy's work
Includes an interview with A.L. Kennedy
Explores the range of Kennedy's work short stories, novels, poetry, nonfiction and screenplays

General Editors Preface
Acknowledgments
PART 1: INTRODUCTION
Timeline
Introduction
Author Biography
PART 2: MAJOR WORKS
The Poetics of Particularity: Space, Place and Identity in the Early Works
Desire and Deceit: Kennedy's Post-Romantic World
Recent Works
PART 3: CRITICISM AND CONTEXTS
Kennedy's Other Writings
Kennedy in Question: The Critical Reception
An Interview with A.L. Kennedy
Selected Further Reading.

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KAYE MITCHELL is Lecturer in Contemporary Literature at the University of Manchester, UK.

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KAYE MITCHELL is Lecturer in Contemporary Literature at the University of Manchester, UK.

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