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4-May-2010Anglo-Saxonism in nineteenth-century poetryJones, ChrisJournal article
Mar-2010Becoming Bertha : Virtual difference and repetition in postcolonial 'writing back', a Deleuzian reading of Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso SeaBurns, Lorna MargaretJournal article
10-Mar-2011Chaotic narrative : complexity, causality, time and autopoiesis in David Mitchell’s GhostwrittenDillon, Sarah JoanneJournal article
2008Creolization and the collective unconscious : Locating the originality of art in Wilson Harris' Jonestown, The Mask of the Beggar and The Ghost of MemoryBurns, Lorna MargaretJournal article
23-Jun-2009The Elizabethan Theatre of Cruelty and its doubleDi Ponio, Amanda NinaThesis
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
Apr-2012From Shorty Blake to Tubby Binns : Dunkirk and the Representation of Working-Class Masculinity in Postwar British CinemaPlain, GillJournal article
Mar-2011"It's a question of words, therefore" : becoming-animal in Michel Faber’s Under the SkinDillon, Sarah JoanneJournal article
2006Life after Derrida : anacoluthia and the agrammaticality of followingDillon, Sarah JoanneJournal article
2010Living in the past : Thebes, periodization, and The Two Noble KinsmenDavis, Alexander LeeJournal article
2013Marlowe and the GreeksRhodes, NeilJournal 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
2007Palimpsesting : reading and writing lives in H.D.'s 'Murex: War and Postwar London (circa A. D. 1916-1926)'Dillon, Sarah JoanneJournal article
3-May-2013Philosophy of the imagination : time, immanence and the events that wound us in Wilson Harris’s JonestownBurns, Lorna MargaretJournal article
Jul-2010'Putting Words on the Backs of Rhythm' : Woolf, 'Street Music', and The Voyage OutSutton, Emma SophieJournal article
Sep-2005Re-inscribing De Quincey's palimpsest : the significance of the palimpsest in contemporary literary and cultural studiesDillon, Sarah JoanneJournal article
20-Dec-2012Recycling Anglo-Saxon poetry : Richard Wilbur's 'Junk' and a self studyJones, ChrisBook item
Dec-2005Rethinking the 'Spectacle of the Scaffold' : Juridical Epistemologies and English Revenge TragedyHutson, Lorna MargaretJournal article
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