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'Friends from an earlier life' : radical possibilities of nostalgic melancholy in poems of the 1947 Indian Partition (2018-05-15) - Journal articleThis paper will examine poetic responses to the trauma of Partition, and will consider both poetry written at the time and since. I will examine works in Bengali, Urdu and English, by such poets as Agha Shahid Ali, Jibanananda ...
(Open Humanities Press, 2016) - Book item
(2017-05-09) - Journal articleThis 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 ...
(2018-06) - Journal articleThis 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 ...
Dreaming converts in the seventeenth Century : the case of Philip Dandulo and Thomas Warmstry’s The Baptized Turk (2017-05-09) - Journal articleThis article focuses on a dream embedded within a description of the conversion and baptism of a Turk in London in 1657. The Baptized Turk (1658), written by the Anglican and royalist Thomas Warmstry, tells the story of ...