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The Routledge Companion to Literature and Economics

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The study of literature and economics is by no means a new one, but since the financial crash of 2008, the field has grown considerably with a broad range of both fiction and criticism. The Routledge Companion to Literature and Economics is the first authoritative guide tying together the seemingly disparate areas of literature and economics. Drawing together 37 critics, the Companion offers both an introduction and a springboard to this sometimes complex but highly relevant field. With sections on `Critical Traditions', `Histories', `Principles' and `Contemporary Culture', the book looks at examples from Medieval and Renaissance literature through to poetry of the Great Depression and novels depicting the 2008 financial crisis. Covering topics from Austen to austerity, Marxism to modernism, the collated essays offer indispensable analysis of the relationship between literary studies and the economy. Representing a wide spectrum of approaches this book introduces the basics of economics, whilst engaging with essential theory and debate. As the reality of economic hardship and disparity is widely acknowledged and spreads across disciplines, this Companion offers students and scholars a chance to enter this crucially important interdisciplinary area.

Author Biography

Matt Seybold is an Assistant Professor of American Literature and Mark Twain Studies at the University of Alabama, USA. He publishes on American literature and economics. Michelle Chihara is an Assistant Professor of English at Whittier College, USA, as well as Section Editor of the Finance & Economic section of Los Angeles Review of Books. She publishes both fiction and non-fiction, with emphasis on economics, finance, and contemporary culture.
Release date NZ
October 2nd, 2018
Contributors
Edited by Matt Seybold Edited by Michelle Chihara
Pages
424
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Routledge
ISBN-13
9781138190870
Product ID
27869815

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