New in the collection: more e-books

fictions of youthNext to new printed books – regularly updated on the blog’s lists of Acquisitions – the following digital titles have also been added to the collections for French, Italian and Spanish:

Giorgia Alu and Nancy Pedri (eds), Enlightening encounters: photography in Italian literature, University of Toronto press, 2015.
Simona Bondavalli, Fictions of youth: Pier Paolo Pasolini, adolescence, fascisms, University of Toronto press, 2015.
Natasha V. Chang, The crisis-woman: body politics and the modern woman in fascist Italy, University of Toronto press, 2014.
Paul Crosthwaite (ed), Criticism, crisis, and contemporary narrative textual horizons in an age of global risk, Routledge, 2011.
Ann Jefferson, Genius in France: an idea and its uses, Princeton University press, 2015.
Marta Manrique Gómez, Madness, love and tragedy in nineteenth and twentieth century Spain, Cambridge Scholars publishing, 2013.
Arthur Pontynen, Cultural renewal: restoring the liberal and fine arts, Transaction publishers, 2014.
Joana Sabadell-Nieto and Marta Segarra (eds), Differences in common: gender, vulnerability and community, Rodopi, 2014.
Monica Seger, Landscapes in between: environmental change in modern Italian literature and film, University of Toronto press, 2015.
Antonio Sorge, Legacies of violence: history, society, and the state in Sardinia, University of Toronto press, 2015.
Justin Steinberg, Dante and the limits of the law, University of Chicago press, 2013.

Cambridge Companions

Not new, yet – just as the above – online accessible via the UvA-library (staff and students only), are also the following Cambridge Companions Online on French and Spanish culture and literature (those regarding Italy were mentioned in another post, earlier this year: Boccaccio‘s having been added to the collection in the meantime):

Baudelaire, Beckett, Camus, Flaubert, French Enlightenment, French music, French novel, Literature of Paris, Medieval French literature, Modern French culture, Moliere, Proust, Rabelais, Voltaire en Zola.

Borges, Cervantes, Gabriel García Márquez, Mario Vargas Llosa, Modern Latin American culture, Modern Spanish culture, and the Spanish novel.

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