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Marlowe and the Greeks
(2013) - Journal article
Marlowe's combination of lyric violence with a spirit of irony and scepticism has always seemed somewhat paradoxical, but we may find an explanation for it in his debt to Greek. Greek language learning developed in England ...
Unrecorded copies of Middle English verse and prose in Dublin, Trinity College, MS 352
(2018) - Journal article
This article gives details of otherwise unrecorded copies of extracts from Walter Hilton's 'Scale of Perfection' and from 'Dives and Pauper' which occur in a sixteenth-century manuscript commonplace book, Dublin, Trinity ...
(2017-02-22) - Journal article
Philosophy of the imagination : time, immanence and the events that wound us in Wilson Harris’s Jonestown
(2013-05-03) - Journal article
In his fictional recreation of the People’s Temple massacre, Jonestown, Harris presents us with a protagonist who counter-actualizes the trauma that wounds him, living creatively out of the event and constructing an ...
A note on the text of Manfred
(2016) - Journal article
Evidence for the continued use of medieval medical prescriptions in the sixteenth century : a fifteenth-century remedy book and its later owner
(2016-04) - Journal article
This article examines a fifteenth-century remedy book, Oxford, Bodleian Library, Rawlinson c. 299, and describes its collection of 314 medieval medical prescriptions. The recipes are organised broadly from head to toe, and ...
Mann and gender in old English prose : a pilot study
(2017) - Journal article
It has long been known that OE mann was used in gender-neutral as well as gender-specific contexts. Because of the enormous volume of its attestations in Old English prose, the more precise usage patterns of mann remain, ...
"One a Bird Bore Off": Anglo-Saxon and the elegiac in The Cantos'
(2001) - Journal article
This article provides an explanation and context for Pound's quotation from the Old English poem 'The Wanderer' at the start of 'Canto 27' and discusses the previously unacknowledged stylistic and rhythmical debts to Old ...
‘A certain terror’ : corporeality and religion in narratives of the 1947 India/Pakistan partition
(2017-05-09) - Journal article
This article will take as its case study the 1947 India/Pakistan partition, and is based on a large oral history project, which took place over the last five years. In this article, I focus on selected excerpts from some ...
Relocating Iphigénie en Tauride
(2017-05-22) - Journal article
This article reflects upon the director’s experience of directing Gluck’s Iphigénie en Tauride with a student opera company (Byre Opera) in June 2015, and in particular insights gained about the topical issues raised by ...