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At this untimely death in 1996, Charles Cuddon, as he was known, had completed much of the revisory and updating work involved in preparing the edition. That work and other unfinished plans and outlines have since been overseen and developed by C.E. Preston of Sidney Sussex college, Cambridge, helped, as she acknowledges, by several of her academic colleagues. Among the entries extensively rewritten or newly contributed are:
A very good resource, but they suffer like everyone else. There are so many terms we are still arguing about.Published 7 months ago by One Real Picky Consumer
A perfect source for any literature major or writer or reader. I like reading this just for fun(even though it was a primary text for one of my graduate courses.Published 9 months ago by danielle
This book hasn't let me down yet. Everything we've discussed in my British Lit class, as far as literary terms, not the actual stories, I have been able to find in the book. Read morePublished 13 months ago by MJZ
Not a comprehensive dictionary of literary terms but a useful one. We are using this as our textbook in an intro creative writing class and this comes in handy when discussing... Read morePublished 14 months ago by MLC
My friend's son was struggling with his English high school class and I bought this to help him. He seemed appreciative, although I am not sure he even used it!! Read morePublished 19 months ago by Carolyn M. Lane