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Comparative Critical Studies
Comparative Critical Studies is the new journal of the British Comparative Literature Association, published by Edinburgh University Press in three issues yearly. It incorporates Comparative Criticism (Cambridge University Press, 1979-2003) and New Comparison (BCLA, 1986-2003), which have now ceased publication.
The first Special Issue is on "Wolfgang Iser: The Act of Reading and After", edited by Elinor Shaffer and Andrea Brady. Subsequent issues will contain materials from the "Autobiografictions" workshop conference held by the BCLA at Goldsmiths College, University of London (edited by Lucia Boldrini and Peter Davies), and from the Tenth International Conference of the BCLA ("Invention - Literature and Science"), held at the University of Leeds in July 2004.
The journal is concerned with comparative literary and critical studies internationally and in the U.K., from whatever standpoint. It will:
Subscription may be opened through BCLA membership (which includes subscription), or through Edinburgh University Press, to which all editorial inquiries should also be directed:
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