Special offer on British and Irish Studies in German Language and Literature book series

Zitzlsperger coverAfter more than 40 years, Peter Lang’s highly regarded book series British and Irish Studies in German Language and Literature (www.peterlang.com?bi) is coming to a close. In 54 volumes, the series captures a wide selection of academic scholarship in German, including books on poetry, prose, linguistics, theatre and history, as well as the hugely popular eight-volume Landmarks in German Studies subseries. We thank the series editors, Professors Hans S. Reiss and W. Edgar Yates, for their dedication to making the series both successful and rigorous and for their service to the field of German language and literature in the UK and Ireland over these many years.

In honour of the series, selected titles from this prestigious series are available at a 15% discount. If you purchase two or more titles, you will receive a 25% discount. This offer is valid for retail customers only until 31 December 2015.

Please visit the British and Irish Studies in German Language and Literature website (www.peterlang.com?bi) to browse and place your order!

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Orders:

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British and Irish Studies in German Language and Literature

www.peterlang.com?bi

Series Editors: Hans S. Reiss and W. Edgar Yates

This long-established series aims to publish works of serious scholarship drawn from the whole subject range of traditional Germanistik, originating both in Great Britain and in the Republic of Ireland, and readably written. Over fifty volumes have been published since 1974. They include new books both by distinguished senior scholars and by younger researchers, collected essays either by single authors or by several hands (these have included papers emerging from conferences, often in both English and German) and selected doctoral dissertations reworked in book form. The weight of the series has mainly fallen on literature, theatre and cultural history from the eighteenth century onwards, in some cases with a strong comparative dimension.

For more information, please contact oxford@peterlang.com.

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