Climate Change Trade And Modes Of Production In Sub Saharan Africa PDF Download

Climate Change  Trade and Modes of Production in Sub Saharan Africa PDF
Author: Felix Chami
Publisher: Dar Es Salaam University Press
Size: 39.73 MB
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Category : Social Science
Languages : en
Pages : 197
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This study intends to update the earlier publication, The Economics of Publishing Educational Materials in Africa (Bgoya et al., 1997), and to incorporate new research and perspectives on public-private sector relations and the increasing importance of the local private sector in textbook provision.

Modes Of Production Of Victorian Novels PDF Download

Modes of Production of Victorian Novels PDF
Author: N. N. Feltes
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
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Category : Language Arts & Disciplines
Languages : en
Pages : 125
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In this sophisticated application of modern Marxist thought, N. N. Feltes demonstrates the determining influence of nineteenth-century publishing practices on the Victorian novel. His dialectical analysis leads to a comprehensive explanation of the development of capitalist novel production into the twentieth century. Feltes focuses on five English novels: Dickens's Pickwick Papers, Thackeray's Henry Esmond, Eliot's Middlemarch, Hardy's Tess of the d'Urbervilles, and Forster's Howards End. Published at approximately twenty year intervals between 1836 and 1920, they each represent a different first-publication format: part-issue, three-volume, bimonthly, magazine-serial, and single-volume. Drawing on publishing, economic, and literary history, Feltes offers a broad, synthetic explanation of the relationship between the production and format of each novel, and the way in which these determine, in the last instance, the ideology of the text. Modes of Production in Victorian Novels provides a Marxist structuralist analysis of historical events and practices described elsewhere only empirically, and traces their relationship to literary texts which have been analyzed only idealistically, thus setting these familiar works firmly and perhaps permanently into a framework of historic materialism.