If your students seem more fluent and better informed than usual they may already be using titles from the introductory guides published by Humanities-Ebooks.co.uk.
Humanities Insights includes superior study guides in Literature, History, Philosophy and Genre Fiction, by experts in their fields, carefully edited for clarity, and peer-reviewed for quality, and aimed at students and their teachers.
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Our best sellers on Amazon are John Gilroy on Philip Larkin: Selected Poems, closely followed by Michael Cotsell’s William Faulkner: The Sound and the Fury, and John Lennard’s Octavia Butler: Xenogenesis.
Other exciting titles are The Waste Land by C J Ackerley, Fields of Agony by Stuart Sillars (an illustrated study of First World War Poetry, with links to online archives, including audio), and Paul McDonald on Catch-22.
Philosophy Insights cover Existentialism, Plato, Wittgenstein, Critical Thinking, and Contemporary Philosophy of Religion. General titles (aimed at Literature and Philosophy students) so far cover Critical Theory, Rhetorical terms and Modern Feminist Theory.
Historical topics, so far, include treatments of Oliver Cromwell, The Holocaust, Lenin, the Risorgimento and British Imperialism.
Our original PDF ebooks (better than the Kindle versions) are currently offered at £3.99 and are available 24/7 : no queues, no empty shelves, no wait, no postage.
OUR PHILOSOPHY: “The point of Literature Insights is not to replicate the usual kind of study guide (all summaries and suggested answers) but to distil people’s long experience of what really matters in teaching a particular text, alert students to critical issues and doubtful questions, and help them to enjoy the author’s strategies and mind-set. Insights are like pocket battleships. They are much shorter than full length academic studies, but up-to-date, authoritative and punchy. Insights are comfortable for screen-reading, they use colour, they are easy to navigate, and they make use of hyperlinks – to online resources and appendices in the text. Any illustrations are more vivid than in print. And of course Ebooks are searchable.”
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