Download e-book for iPad: Crossover Fiction: Global and Historical Perspectives by Sandra L. Beckett

By Sandra L. Beckett

In Crossover Fiction, Sandra L. Beckett explores the worldwide development of crossover literature and explains the way it is remodeling literary canons, options of readership, the prestige of authors, the publishing undefined, and bookselling practices. This research can have major relevance throughout disciplines, as students in literary stories, media and cultural stories, visible arts, schooling, psychology, and sociology learn the more and more blurred borderlines among adults and youngsters in modern society, particularly with reference to their intake of pop culture.

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