Browsing Department of English by Author "Thurston, Luke"

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  • Thurston, Luke (2014-04-01)
    The wartime writings of May Sinclair raise important questions about the literary representation of World War One. Sinclair's protagonists are fascinated by a "vortex" of energy they sense as both dangerous and exhilarating, ...
  • Thurston, Luke (Parthian Books, 2012-06-01)
  • Thurston, Luke (2016)
    In this article, I revisit “Cyclops” as a scene of political and interpretive conflict, which I re-interpret using Ewan Fernie’s notion of the “demonic.” I first show how “Cyclops” has been a focal point for conflicts ...
  • Thurston, Luke (2013)
    Starting from Bowen's ‘Anglo-Irish’ identity as a mark of the split self, I trace her literary exploration of non-belonging by looking at how her early work, above all in the short story, draws her uncannily close to the ...
  • Thurston, Luke (Cambridge University Press, 2004-07)
    From its very beginning, psychoanalysis sought to incorporate the aesthetic into its domain. Despite Joyce's deliberate attempt in his writing to resist this powerful hermeneutic, his work has been confronted by a long ...
  • Department of English and Creative Writing; Thurston, Luke (The Unconscious in Translation, 2016-01-30)
    This is the major work of the distinguished psychoanalyst Jean Laplanche, including essays written over the course of his long career. It will constitute a decisive contribution to psychoanalytic practice and thinking, and ...
  • 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 ...
  • Thurston, Luke (Other Press, 2003-02)
  • Thurston, Luke (2008-09-01)
    My aim in the following essay is a double one: both to revisit an old haunt of Joycean criticism – a political interpretation of „The Dead‟, that dangerous textual supplement Joyce added to Dubliners in the autumn of 1907 ...
  • Thurston, Luke; Brewster, Scott; Department of English and Creative Writing (Taylor & Francis, 2015-06-26)
  • Thurston, Luke (2008)
    “We’re splinters & mosaics; not, as they used to hold, immaculate, monolithic, consistent wholes,” wrote Virginia Woolf in her diary. We should pause over the two terms neatly joined by Woolf’s ampersand, for they suggest ...

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