World Literature and Dissent
Burns, Lorna, and Katie Muth, editors. World Literature and Dissent. Routledge, 2019.
In this edited volume, Lorna Burns and Katie Muth (English and American Literature, PhD, 2010), present a varied collection of essays whose authors explore the role of dissent in contemporary global literature. World Literature and Dissent offers pointed and challenging arguments structured in two sections: Part I, Dissent (in Theory) and Part II, Dissident Literatures. Postcolonialism, dissenters, equality, social justice, and social conflict in literature are the broad topic classifications the Library of Congress uses to describe the content presented.
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