'This varied and provocative book takes a multi-lensed instrument to the many historical and theoretical facets of creativity. Pope's scope is immense, his method discursive.' – Writing in Education
'For an author to achieve the rigour and practical applicability of a text-book as well as the academic and depth-informed qualities of a monograph, while creating at the same time ample room for discursive and associative play, is no mean feat - but this is Pope's ongoing signature and para phase' – Writing in Education
'This is a valuable book that ought to be read by anyone in the humanities working on notions of the creative ... The book will provide valuable service to numerous readers as an intellectual workout on the diversity of its field.' –British Association for Romantic Studies
About the Author
Rob Pope is Professor of English Studies at Oxford Brookes University. His previous books include Textual Intervention: Critical and Creative Strategies for Literary Studies
(Routledge 1995) and The English Studies Book
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