Congratulations to Professor Janis Haswell on the review of her two-volume book by Harvard Review, which commends the publication because it "brings new and welcome insight into the man and the artist. Haswell, a professor of English at Texas A&M Corpus Christi, has excellent introductions to each section of letters, which provide indispensable context and… Continue reading Cambria Press Publication Review: Behind Paul Scott’s Raj Quartet
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Cambria Press congratulates Professor Janis Haswell on the recent rave review by Transnational Literature of her two-volume book, Behind Paul Scott’s Raj Quartet: A Life in Letters. The first volume delves into the early years 1940–1965, and the second volume examines the years 1966–1978. The book review journal is a testament to how Professor’s Haswell’s… Continue reading Rave Reviews for Behind Paul Scott’s Raj Quartet: A Life in Letters by Times Literary Supplement and Transnational Literature