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  • Grovier, Noyes Keller (2003)
    This article begins by asking what it means for meaning to exist in literature. As an answer to this question, it is suggested that meaning is never wholly present, never immanent, but is endlessly emergent—always, as it ...
  • Marggraf Turley, Richard Joseph (2014-05-02)
    Keynote on Romanticism and surveillance
  • Richard (Taylor & Francis, 2003)
    For many readers, John Keats's achievement is to have attainted a supreme poetic maturity at so young an age. Canonical poems of resignation and acceptance such as 'To Autumn' are traditionally seen as examples par excellence ...
  • Marggraf Turley, Richard Joseph; Archer, Jayne Elisabeth E.; Thomas, Howard (2012-03-21)
    It is generally accepted that John Keats composed his ode ‘To Autumn’ following leisurely daily walks along the water-meadows south of the market city of Winchester. The present article brings together new archival evidence ...
  • Marggraf Turley, Richard (2006)
    Leaving aside our own estimation of the respective merits of Keats and 'Barry Cornwall', popular Romantic taste preferred the latter's slant on medieval Italian verse and his Elizabethan-styled dramatic 'scenes' -self-contained ...
  • Grovier, Noyes Keller (Poetry Archive, 2009-01-08)
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...
  • Grovier, Noyes Keller (Carcanet Press, 2008-01-31)
  • 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 ...
  • Peter (Manchester University Press, 2007-11-01)
    In the 1980s, the study of the study of literary theory eclipsed the study of the literary text. Today we are told we are 'post theory.' Yet as literary text emerged from the shadow of theory, it was eclipsed all over again ...
  • Peter (Cambridge University Press, 2011-08-18)
  • Thurston, Luke Alexander (Ashgate Publishing, 2013-04-28)
  • Yallop, Jacqueline (Atlantic Books, 2011-05-01)
    During the Victorian age, British collectors were among the most active, passionate and eccentric in the world. Magpies, Squirrels and Thieves tells the stories of some of the nineteenth century's most intriguing collectors ...
  • Francis, M. C. (Faber and Faber, 2008-03-20)
    A collection of poems based on the fourteenth-century text The Travels of Sir John Mandeville.
  • Barry, Peter (Liverpool University Press, 2013-05-31)
  • 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 ...
  • 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 ...

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