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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 51 to 79 of 79
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2004Endangered bodies: Woman and nature in the contemporary British novel by women writersFord, Anna Jane
2010Visual poetics: The art of perception in the poetry of Elizabeth Bishop and Sylvia PlathNader, Myrna
2010Transforming the Law of One: Anne Sexton and Sylvia Plath from a Kristevan perspectiveKhalifeh, Areen Ghazi
2010Positive representation of Inns of Court lawyers in Jacobean city comedyWestlake, David
2007Addressing the problem: Gunn, Doty and the AIDS elegyFulton, D
2010Walking in London: The fiction of Neil Bartlett, Sarah Waters and Alan HollinghurstCleminson, Julie
2007Hugo Williams, self-styled anglo-american poetFulton, D
2010Heaven of hell: Representations of Ilford in the writings of Denise Levertov and Kathleen RaineFulton, D
2001A holiday from high tone: Politics and genre in Andrew Davies' adaptation of Daniel Defoe's Moll FlandersFulton, D
2000Pageants, processions and plays: Representations of royal and state power and the common audience in early modern EnglandLeahy, William Jarleth
2008The origins of intermodernism in Ford Madox Ford’s parallax viewHubble, N
2006Beyond mimetic Englishness: Ford’s English trilogy and the good soldierHubble, N
2005Five English disaster novels, 1951-1972Hubble, N
2002Imagined and imaginary whales: Benedict Anderson, Salman Rushdie and George OrwellHubble, N
2007Virtual histories and counterfactual myths: Christopher Priest's the separationHubble, N
2008Islam and multiculturalism: Some thoughts on a difficult relationshipMondal, A
2009The Shakespeare authorship question – A suitable subject for academiaLeahy, WJ
2004Romanticism and the spectres of disinterestGaston, S
2003Lévinas, disinterest and enthusiasmGaston, S
2002Derrida and the ruins of disinterestGaston, S
2007"For pure need": Violence, terror and the common people in Henry VI, part 2Leahy, WJ
2003Propaganda or a record of events? Richard Mulcaster’s the passage of our most Drad Soveraigne Lady Quene Elyzabeth through the Citie of London Westminster the daye before her coronacionLeahy, WJ
2002“All would be royal”: The effacement of disunity in Shakespeare’s Henry VLeahy, WJ
2003‘Thy Hunger-Starved Men’: Shakespeare’s Henry plays and the contemporary lot of the common soldierLeahy, WJ
2003‘You cannot show me’: Two Tudor Coronation Processions, Shakespeare’s King Henry VIII and the Staging of Anne BoleynLeahy, WJ
2002“Let's Make a List”: James Schuyler's taxonomic autobiographyWatkin, W
2006Andrea Brady Poetry Recordings 3Brady, A
2005Angela Brady Poetry Recordings 2Brady, A
2005Andrea Brady Poetry RecordingsBrady, A
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 51 to 79 of 79