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4-May-2010Anglo-Saxonism in nineteenth-century poetryJones, ChrisJournal article
9-Jul-2014An English lecturer, a palliative care practitioner, and an absent poet have a confabulationJones, Chris; Macpherson, CatrionaJournal article
Dec-2013Excavating the borders of literary Anglo-Saxonism in nineteenth-century Britain and AustraliaD'Arcens, Louise; Jones, ChrisJournal article
2005Knight or Wight in Keats's 'La Bella Dame'?: An Ancient Ditty ReconsideredJones, ChrisJournal article
5-Nov-2010New Old English : The place of Old English in twentieth- and twenty-first-century poetryJones, ChrisJournal article
2010"No word for it" : Postcolonial Anglo-Saxon in John Haynes' Letter to PatienceJones, ChrisJournal article
2001"One a Bird Bore Off": Anglo-Saxon and the elegiac in The Cantos'Jones, ChrisJournal article
2002"One can emend a mutilated text": Auden's The Orators and the Old English Exeter BookJones, ChrisJournal article
20-Dec-2012Recycling Anglo-Saxon poetry : Richard Wilbur's 'Junk' and a self studyJones, ChrisBook item
30-Nov-2013A Saxon state : Anglo-Saxonism and the English nation, 1703-1805Frazier, Dustin M.Thesis
Oct-2009Sound effects : The oral/aural dimensions of literature in English IntroductionJones, Chris; Rhodes, NeilJournal article
Oct-2009"Where now the harp?" Listening for the sounds of Old English verse, from Beowulf to the twentieth centuryJones, ChrisJournal article
2012While crowding memories came : Edwin Morgan, Old English and nostalgiaJones, ChrisJournal article
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