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Capitalist Epics

Abstraction, totality and the theory of the novel
by / RP 163 (Sep/Oct 2010) / Article

In our recent highlight from RP163, David Cunningham examines the relationship between Lukács’ ‘The Theory of the Novel’ and his later Marxist works, and its asks how we are to read this work today.


J.G. Ballard, 1930–2009

by / RP 156 (Jul/Aug 2009) / Obituary


Homosexual politics in the wake of AIDS

by / RP 109 (Sep/Oct 2001) / Article


Literary into cultural studies

A reply to Martin Ryle
by and / RP 070 (Mar/Apr 1995) / Article


Long Live Literature?

Englit, Radical Criticism and Cultural Studies
by / RP 067 (Summer 1994) / Article


A Nation, Yet Again

The Field Day Anthology
by / RP 065 (Autumn 1993) / Article


Edward Said

Orientalism and After
by , and / RP 063 (Spring 1993) / Interview

Edward Said is a Professor of English and Comparative Literature at Columbia University, New York and editor of Arab Studies Quarterly. Best known academically for his book Orientatism: Western Conceptions of the Orient (1978), which was a milestone in the redefinition of the concerns of literary studies, he is most widely knownfor his tireless representations …


Writing the Revolution

The Politics of Truth in Genet's Prisoner of Love
by / RP 056 (Autumn 1990) / Article


Samuel Beckett, 1906-1989

by / RP 055 (Summer 1990) / Obituary