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(2016) - Journal article
(2018-10-01) - Journal articleRose Harris-Birtill introduces the David Mitchell special edition of C21 Literature: Journal of 21st-century Writings. Harris-Birtill provides a critical introduction to David Mitchell’s complete works, before discussing ...
Teletype (Open Humanities Press, 2016-10-15) - Book item
(2017-12-01) - Journal itemReview of Rachel Hewitt's book 'A revolution of feeling: the decade that forged the modern mind'
(2017-02-01) - Journal itemReview of 'Deaths of the Poets' by Paul Farley and Michael Symmons Roberts