Books from "Yale Studies in English"


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Yale Studies in English publishes books on English, American, and Anglophone literature developed in and by the Yale University community. Founded in 1898 by Albert Stanburrough Cook, the original series continued into the 1970s, producing such titles as The Poetry of Meditation by Louis Martz, Shelley’s Mythmaking by Harold Bloom, The Cankered Muse by Alvin Kernan, The Hero of the Waverly Novels by Alexander Welsh, John Skelton’s Poetry by Stanley Fish, and Sir Walter Ralegh: The Renaissance Man and his Roles by Stephen Greenblatt. With the goal of encouraging publications by emerging scholars alongside the work of established colleagues, the series has been revived for the twenty-first century with the support of a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and in partnership with Yale University Press.

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