Department of English

 

Recent Submissions

  • Jacobs, Elizabeth (Taylor & Francis, 2009-09-18)
  • Jacobs, Elizabeth (Taylor & Francis, 2006)
    Mexican American Literatureis the first book length study to focus on what is arguably the most important period in the development of Mexican American literature, the Chicano Movement of the 1960s. It offers an extended ...
  • Jacobs, Elizabeth (2012-03)
    This essay looks at the work of the contemporary Mexican-American woman playwright, Cherríe Moraga. It focuses on two of her plays which were produced during the mid-1990s entitled Heroes and Saints and Watsonville: Some ...
  • Jacobs, Elizabeth (2003)
    The Chicano critic Genaro Padilla states that within the tradition of writing from New Mexico the experiential and discursive network of the Spanish colonial imaginary continues to effect the orientation of conceptions of ...
  • Jacobs, Elizabeth (2015-02)
    One of the most important influences on the development of Cherríe Moraga's feminist theatre was undoubtedly the work of Maria Irene Fornes, the Cuban American playwright and director. Moraga wrote the first drafts of her ...
  • Grice, Helena; Woods, Tim; Department of English and Creative Writing (Brill Publishers, 1998-03-03)
  • Atkinson, Tiffany Suzanne (2011-10-20)
  • Thomas, Howard; Archer, Jayne Elisabeth E.; Marggraf Turley, Richard (2016-03)
    This paper explores the complex interactions between people and the psychotoxic crop contaminant and wheat mimicker darnel (Lolium temulentum). Bringing together knowledge from literary, historical, religious, medical, and ...
  • Alexander, Neal; Murphy, Shane; Oakman, Anne; Department of English and Creative Writing (Queen's University Belfast, 2004-09-16)
    Original research papers by younger, emergent scholars whose work holds the seeds of alternative critical configurations but also confluence and interaction in such areas as poetic self-representation, fiction and cultural ...
  • Marlford 
    Yallop, Jacqueline (Atlantic Books, 2014-03-06)
    A novel set in the summer of 1969, exploring the relationship between the structured past of the nineteenth century and the new demands of the twentieth. The novel draws on research into the English country house, model ...
  • Yallop, Jacqueline (Atlantic Books, 2009-11-01)
    A literary novel of family, love and loss set against the unfolding of twentieth century English life, Kissing Alice was shortlisted for the 2010 McKitterick Prize and singled out by the judges of the Orange Award for New ...
  • Thurston, Luke (Taylor & Francis, 2012-05-09)
    This book resituates the ghost story as a matter of literary hospitality and as part of a vital prehistory of modernism, seeing it not as a quaint neo-gothic ornament, but as a powerful literary response to the technological ...
  • Walford Davies, Damian (Seren Books, 2009-03-03)
  • Grice, Helena (Manchester University Press, 2006-06-06)
    Since the publication of The Woman Warrior in 1976, Maxine Hong Kingston has gained a reputation as one of the most popular -- and controversial -- writers in the Asian American literary tradition. In this volume Grice ...
  • Atkinson, Tiffany (Seren Books, 2006-11-21)
    The poems of Tiffany Atkinson’s debut collection, Kink and Particle, offer us multiple perspectives, including those of a woman on the brink of 30. This crucial birthday is a milestone from which the speaker looks back to ...
  • Poster, Jeremy (Sceptre, 2003)
    Poster effortlessly transports us back to the late 1880s. Here, John Stannard, a struggling, young, big-City architect (and the first-person narrator of the novel) presents us with a retrospective account of his brief time ...
  • Woods, Tim (Palgrave Macmillan, 1999)
    The resurgence of ethics in the humanities reflects an increasing anxiety about the value and utility of critical/philosophical debate in the wake of poststructuralism. This book addresses this "return to ethics" in relation ...
  • Woods, Tim (Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté, 2003-11-01)

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