Dr Charles Moseley

Dr C W R D Moseley MA, PhD, FSA, FEA, FRSA
Life Fellow, and Director of Studies in English, Hughes Hall, Cambridge
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Charles Moseley is General Editor of the Literature Insights division of the unique and innovative academic e-book project, Humanities-Ebooks. The first titlesare now available and it is hoped that up to forty titles will be launched in the next twenty months, mainly for student use.

For more details visit www.Humanities-Ebooks.co.uk

"Each Literature Insights title will aim to leave the reader with a sense both of the cultural and historical context of the work and also of its richness. While readers will be alerted to its various strands of significance, they will be left with a sense of the interpretive decisions, valuations and aesthetic responses that they still have to make."

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Already Published

Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice
William Blake, Songs of Innocence and Experience; Marriage of Heaven & Hell
Bruce Chatwin: In Patagonia
Joseph Conrad: The Secret Agent
George Eliot: Silas Marner
T. S. Eliot: Four Quartets
Eliot: Prufrock and The Waste Land
Faulkner, The Sound and the Fury
Joseph Fielding: Tom Jones
Elizabeth Gaskell: Mary Barton
Seamus Heaney, Selected Poems
G. M. Hopkins: Selected Poems
Ted Hughes: Selected Poems
D. H. Lawrence: Sons and Lovers
D. H. Lawrence: Women in Love
D. H. Lawrence: The Rainbow
D. H. Lawrence, Selected Poems
Lowry: Under the Volcano
Toni Morrison: Beloved
Mary Shelley: Frankenstein
Poetry of the First World War
A Guide to Rhetorical Terms
Shakespeare: Hamlet
Shakespeare: Henry IV *
Shakespeare: Macbeth
Shakespeare: King Lear
Shakespeare: Richard II
Shakespeare: Richard III *
Shakespeare: The Tempest *
English Renaissance Drama*
Sterne: Tristram Shandy
Wordsworth: Lyrical Ballads
Shakespeare's History Plays*
Shakespeare: “Richard III” and “Henry IV”*
  *by Charles Moseley
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