Designed to offer a critical pathway and evaluation, and to establish new critical routes for research, this series addresses two main themes across a range of key authors, genres and literary traditions. The first is the changing critical interpretations that have emerged since c2000. Radically new interpretations of writers, genres and literary periods have surfaced as new critical approaches are applied. The second is the substantial scholarly shifts that have occurred, through the emergence of new editions, editions of letters, and competing biographical accounts. Books in this series will collate and reflect the rich plurality of twenty-first century literary critical activity, and a wide variety of revisionary scholarship, to summarize, analyze and assess the impact of these new critical strategies.