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Millett, Bella (ed.) (1982) Hali Meithhad, London, UK, Oxford University Press, 139pp. (Early English Text Society [original series] 284).
Millett, Bella and Wogan-Browne, Jocelyn (eds.) (1992) Medieval English prose for women: selections from the Katherine Group and Ancrene Wisse, Oxford, UK, Clarendon Press, 262pp. (Clarendon Paperbacks).
Bristol, M. and McKluskie, K. (eds.) (2001) Shakespeare and modern theatre: the performance of modernity, Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 208pp. (Accent of Shakespeare).
Vickers, Brian, Bending, Stephen and Bygrave, Stephen (eds.) (2001) Henry Mackenzie: The Man of Feeling, Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 160pp. (Oxford World's Classics).
Bending, Stephen and McRae, Andrew (eds.) (2003) The Writing of Rural England 1500 to 1800, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 312pp.
Batchelor, J. (ed.) (2004) Associate editor, Corvey Women Writers 1796- 1834 on the Web (CW3): The Journal of the Corvey Project. Sheffield, UK, Sheffield Hallam Corvey Project, Sheffield Hallam University
Batchelor, Jennie and Kaplan, Cora (eds.) (2005) British Women's Writing in the Long Eighteenth Century Authorship, Politics and History, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 208pp. (A History of British Women's Writing).
Batchelor, J. and Kaplan, C. (eds.) (2005) Women's writing in Britain, 1660-1830, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan
Millett, Bella (ed.) (2005) Ancrene Wisse volume 1: a corrected edition of the text in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College, 402, with variants from other manuscripts, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 450pp. (Early English Text Society Original Series, 325).
Millett, Bella (ed.) (2006) Ancrene Wisse volume 2: a corrected edition of the text in Cambridge, Corpus Christi College MS 402, with variants from other manuscripts, Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 528pp. (Early English Text Society Original Series, 326).
Bayley, Sally and May, William (eds.) (2007) From self to shelf: the artist under construction, Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Press, 250pp.
Hammond, Mary and Towheed, Shafquat (eds.) (2007) Publishing in the First World War: essays in book history, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 256pp.
King, Ros and Franssen, Paul J.C.M. (eds.) (2008) Shakespeare and war, Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 264pp.
Bending, Stephen and Bygrave, Stephen (eds.) (2009) The history of Sandford and Merton, by Thomas Day, Peterborough, CA, Broadview Press, 480pp. (Broadview Editions).
Dow, Gillian and Ford, Susan Allen (eds.) (2010) Special issue. New directions in Austen studies. Persuasions On-line: The Jane Austen Journal, 30, (2)
Hoare, Philip and Cockayne, Angela (2012) Moby-Dick Big Read.
Batchelor, J. (2004) [Biographical entries and entries on the Licensing Act, Marriage Act and the conduct book]. The literary encyclopedia
Batchelor, J. (2005) Bibliography of Phebe Gibbes. In, Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press.
Batchelor, Jennie (2005) Bibliography of Charlotte Smith. In, Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press.
Bending, Stephen (2006) Mrs. Montagu's contemplative bench: Bluestocking gardens and female retirement. Huntington Library Quarterly, 69, (4), 555-580. (doi:10.1525/hlq.2006.69.4.555).
Bergvall, Caroline (2005) Fig (Goan Atom, 2), Cambridge, UK, Salt Publishing, 148pp. (Salt Modern Poets).
Buckley, Jenifer (2014) Maternal impressions: the discourse of maternal imagination in the Eighteenth Century. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 327pp.
Bygrave, Stephen (2001) Review of David Vallins, Coleridge and the Psychology of Romanticism: Feeling and Thought. Romanticism, (Volume 7, Numbe), 118-120.
Bygrave, Stephen (2004) Bluestocking threads: review of Pohl, N. and Schellenger, B.A. (eds) Reconsidering the bluestockings, San Marino CA : Huntington Library Press, 2003. Women: A Cultural Review, 115, (2), 265-267. (doi:10.1080/0957404042000234123).
Bygrave, Stephen (2008) Foucault, Auden and two New York Septembers. In, Morton, Stephen and Bygrave, Stephen (eds.) Foucault in an Age of Terror: Essays on Biopolitics and the Defence of Society. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 215-229.
Bygrave, Stephen (2009) Uses of education: readings in enlightenment in England, Lewisburg, USA, Bucknell University Press, 238pp. (Bucknell Studies in Eighteenth Century Literature and Culture).
Campbell, Julie (2003) Vladimir Nabokov's Pnin: the past and the present. In, Bela, Teresa and Mazur, Zygmunt (eds.) The Legacy of History: English and American Studies and the Significance of the Past. Krakow, PL, Jagiellonian University Press, 438-451.
Campbell, Julie (2003) 'There is no more...': cultural memory in Endgame. In, Ben-Zvi, Linda (ed.) Drawing on Beckett: Portraits, Performances, and Cultural Contexts. Tel Aviv-Yafo, IL, Tel Aviv University, 127-140. (Assaph Book Series).
Campbell, Julie (2006) Life as art: autobiography as artistic creation in Nabokov's Speak, Memory. In, Coelsch-Foisner, Sabine and Görtschacher, Wolfgang (eds.) Fiction and Autobiography: Modes and Models of Interaction. Frankfurt am Main, DE, Peter Lang, 195-207. (Salzburg Studies in English Literature and Culture, 3).
Campbell, Julie (2007) A mighty maze of walks: Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress and Beckett's Molloy. In, Owens, W.R. and Sim, Stuart. (eds.) Reception, Appropriation, Recollection: Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. Oxford, GB, Peter Lang, 165-182. (Religions and Discourse, 33).
Campbell, Julie (2007) Language and identity in Samuel Beckett's Echo's Bones and The Unnameable. In, Bela, Teresa and Mazur, Zygmunt (eds.) Language and Identity: English and American Studies in the Age of Globalization. Krakow, PL, Jagiellonian University Press, 165-183.
Campbell, Julie (2009) ‘A voice comes to one in the dark. Imagine’: radio, the listener and the dark comedy of all that fall. In, Barfield, Stephen, Feldman, Matthew and Tew, Philip (eds.) Beckett and Death. London, UK, Continuum, 147-168. (Continuum Literary Studies). (2002).
Campbell, Julie (2011) The legacy of Samuel Beckett in Paul Auster's work. In, Bela, Teresa and Mazur, Zygmunt (eds.) Ambiguity and the Search for Meaning: English and American Studies at the Beginning of the 21st Century. Krakow, Poland, Jagiellonian University Press, 325-338.
Chapman, Jake (2008) The marriage of reason & squalor, London, GB, FUEL, 308pp.
Chapman, Jake (2011) Introspastic: from the blackened beyond, London, GB, FUEL / White Cube, 240pp.
Clery, E.J. (2002) Introduction. In, Clery, E.J., Franklin, Caroline and Garside, Peter (eds.) Authorship, Commerce and the Public: Scenes of Writing, 1750-1850. Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 9-16.
Cobb, Shelley (2008) Adaptable Bridget: generic intertextuality and postfeminism in Bridget Jones’s Diary. In, Boozer, Jack (ed.) Authorship in Film Adaptation. Austin, USA, University of Texas Press, 281-304.
Cobb, Shelley (2012) What would Jane do? Postfeminist media uses of Austen and the Austen reader. In, Dow, Gillian and Hanson, Clare (eds.) Uses of Austen: Jane's Afterlives. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 208-227.
Davidson, Christina (2012) Language shibboleths, conversational code breaking, and moral deviance: articulating immorality in the novels of Frances Burney. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 313pp.
Dow, Gillian (2007) Maria Edgeworth, educatrice, et ses gouvernantes francaises. In, Brouard-Arends, Isabelle and Plagnol-Dieval, Marie-Emmanuelle (eds.) Femmes éducatrices au Siècle des Lumières. Femmes educatrices au siecle des lumieres Rennes, France, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, 333-346.
Dow, Gillian (2009) Chawton 1809-2009: Jane Austen's return to a Hampshire village. Sensibilities, (39), 44-68.
Dow, Gillian, Astbury, Katherine, Brown, Hilary and Dow, Gillian (eds.) (2010) Women readers in Europe: an introduction. Women's Writing, 18, (1) (Submitted).
Dow, Gillian (2010) 'A Saint and almost a heroine': Madame de Maintenon en Angleterre. In, Mongenot, Christine and Plagnol-Dieval, Marie-Emmanuelle (eds.) Lectures de madame de Maintenon. Lectures de Madame de Maintenon (XVII-XXieme siecle) Rennes, Presses Universitaires de Rennes. (Submitted).
Dow, Gillian (2010) Criss-crossing the Channel: The French Novel and English Translation, 1660-1832. In, Downie, J.A. (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of the Eighteenth-Century Novel. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press. (In Press).
Dow, Gillian (2013) Translations. In, Todd, Janet (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Pride and Prejudice. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press.
Dow, Gillian and Halsey, Katie (2010) Jane Austen's reading: The chawton years. In, Dow, Gillian and Ford, Susan Allen (eds.) New Directions in Austen Studies. , JASNA. (Persuasions On-line, 30 2).
Dow, Gillian E. (2007) Translators, interpreters, mediators: women writers 1700-1900, Oxford, UK, Peter Lang, 268pp. (European Connections, 25).
Dow, Gillian E., Ford, Susan Allen and Brodey, Inger Sigrun (eds.) (2008) Lady Bathurst’s patriotic ballroom, or “Reading Austen at a Distance”: the French revolutionary wars in recent adaptations. Persuasions On-line, 28, (2)
Dronsfield, J.L. (2003) Abstraction, authoritarianism, authority (invited responent to Donald Kuspit, 'Writing aesthetics'). In, Annual Conference of the International Association for Philosophy and Literature, Leeds, UK, 13 Sep 2003.
Dunn, David (2009) North Wind, UK, 10 x 10 Writers (Submitted).
Dunn, David (2009) Teach, UK, 10 x 10 Writers
Dunn, David (2009) 'War' and 'Space'. In, Expression: The Olympia Poetry Anthology 2009. London, UK, Olympia, 81-83.
Eardley, Alice (2007) Recreating the canon: women writers and anthologies of early modern verse. Women's Writing, 14, (2), 270-289. (doi:10.1080/09699080701314782).
Eardley, Alice (2009) Editing Hester Pulter (1605-1678). English Subject Centre
Eardley, Alice (2012) Hester Pulter’s “indivisibles” and the challenges of annotating early modern women’s poetry. SEL Studies in English Literature 1500-1900, 52, (1), Winter Issue, 117-142. (doi:10.1353/sel.2012.0003).
Eardley, Alice and Verbeke, Demmy (2008) Epicede for Lady Mary Ley. Lias, 35, 177-186.
Edwards, Richard (2001) The works of Richard Edwards: politics, poetry and performance in sixteenth-century England, Manchester, UK; New York, USA, Manchester University Press, 288pp. (The Revels Plays Companion Library).
Frost, Mark (2005) 'The Law of Help': John Ruskin's ecological vision, 1843-1886. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 242pp.
Gill, Clare (2012) Olive Schreiner, T. Fisher Unwin and the rise of the short fiction collection in Britain. English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920, 55, (3), 315-338. (doi:10.1353/elt.2012.0046).
Gill, Clare (2013) 'I am really going to kill him this time': Olive Schreiner, W.T. Stead and the politics of publicity in the Review of Reviews. Victorian Periodicals Review, 46, (2), 184-210.
Gill, Clare and Clarke, Clare (2014) Queens of the marketplace: nineteenth-century women writers and the rise of the bestseller. Women's Writing (In Press).
Glover, David (2005) Foucault, sexuality, liberalism: a commentary. New Formations, 55, 29-43.
Glover, David (2007) Die Gelbe Gefahr, le peril jaune, yellow peril: the geopolitics of a fear. In, Hebblethwaite, Kate and McCarthy, Elizabeth (eds.) Fear: Essays on the Meaning and Experience of Fear. Dublin, IE, Four Courts Press, 47-59.
Glover, David (2009) Imperial Zion: Israel Zangwill and the English origins of territorialism. In, Bar-Yosef, Eitan and Valman, Nadia (eds.) 'The Jew' in Late Victorian and Edwardian Culture: Between the East End and East Africa. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 131-143. (Palgrave Studies in Nineteenth-Century Writing and Culture).
Glover, David (2010) Masters of male romance. In, Parrinder, Patrick and Gasiorek, Andrzej (eds.) The Oxford History of the Novel in English. Volume 4: The Reinvention of the British and Irish Novel 1880-1940. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 148-163. (Oxford History of the Novel in English).
Glover, David (2011) Race, modernism and the question of late style in Kipling's racial narratives. In, Platt, Len (ed.) Modernism and Race. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 97-115.
Hammond, Mary (1999) ‘Dangerous Undesirables': Wallace, Chesterton, Conrad and the 1905 Aliens Act. Diegesis, 4, 51-60.
Hammond, Mary (2002) “The great fiction bore”: free libraries and the construction of a reading public in England, 1880-1914. Libraries & Culture, 37, (2), 83-108.
Hammond, Mary (2002) Thackeray's Waterloo: history and war in Vanity Fair. Literature and History, 11, (2), 19-38.
Hammond, Mary (2004) Hall Caine and the melodrama on page, stage and screen. Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, 31, (1), 39-57.
Hammond, Mary (2005) Amid the dear old horrors: memory, London and literary labour in 'The Private Papers of Henry Ryecroft'. In, Spiers, John (ed.) Gissing and the City: Cultural Crisis and the Making of Books in Late Victorian England. Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 171-179.
Hammond, Mary (2005) Exploring outlets. In, Anderson, Linda (ed.) Creative Writing: a Workbook with Readings. London, UK, Routledge, 383-396.
Hammond, Mary (2005) The Reading Experience Database. In, Myers, Robin, Harris, Michael and Mandelbrote, Giles (eds.) Owners, Annotators and the Signs of Reading. London, UK; Delaware, USA, British Library; Oak Knoll Press, 175-187.
Hammond, Mary (2006) Reading, publishing and the formation of literary taste in England, 1880-1914, Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 222pp. (The Nineteenth Century Series).
Hammond, Mary (2007) The Pilgrim’s Progress and its nineteenth-century publishers. In, Owens, W.R. and Sim, Stuart (eds.) Reception, Appropriation, Recollection: Bunyan’s Pilgrim’s Progress. Oxford, UK, Peter Lang, 99-118. (Religions and Discourse 33).
Hammond, Mary (2007) Telling tales in academia. In, Butt, Maggie (ed.) Story: the Heart of the Matter. London, UK, Greenwich Exchange.
Hammond, Mary (2010) Readers and readerships. In, Shattock, Joanne (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Literature 1830-1914. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 30-49. (Cambridge Companions to Literature).
Hanson, C. (2008) Biopolitics, biological racism and eugenics. In, Morton, Stephen and Bygrave, Stephen (eds.) Foucault in an Age of Terror: Essays on Biopolitics and the Defence of Society. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 106-117.
Hanson, Clare (2001) Dis/figuration in the stories of Jean Stafford. Yearbook of English Studies, 31, (1), 109-117.
Hanson, Clare (2004) Fiction, feminism and femininity: from the eighties to the noughties. In, Parker, Emma (ed.) Contemporary British Women Writers. Woodbridge, GB, Boydell and Brewer, for the English Association, 16-27. (Essays and Studies).
Hanson, Clare (2007) Reproduction, genetics, and eugenics in the fiction of Doris Lessing. Contemporary Women's Writing, 1, (1-2), 171-184. (doi:10.1093/cww/vpm008).
Hanson, Clare (2010) Short stories and short fiction. In, Parrinder, Patrick and Gasiorek, Andrzej (eds.) The Oxford History of the Novel in English. Volume 4: The Reinvention of the British and Irish Novel 1880-1940. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 288-302. (Oxford History of the Novel in English).
Happé, Peter (2003) Jonson's on-stage audiences: spectaret populum ludis attentius ipsis. Ben Jonson Journal, 10, 23-41.
Happé, Peter (2004) Cyclic form and the English mystery plays: a comparative study of the English biblical cycles and their continental and iconographic counterparts, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Rodopi, 349pp. (Ludus - Medieval and Early Renaissance Theatre and Drama, 7).
Happé, Peter (2007) Printing the third volume of Jonson’s Works. The Ben Jonson Journal: Literary Contexts in the Age of Elizabeth, James, and Charles, 14, (1), 20-42.
Higson, Andrew, Williams, Michael and Blanco, Jo-Anne (2002) Bibliography: British cinema before 1930. In, Higson, Andrew (ed.) Young and Innocent? Cinema and Britain 1896-1930. Exeter, UK, University of Exeter Press, 371-404.
Hugill, Piers (2006) Love and grammar: on Caroline Bergvall’s 'Fig'. Jacket, 31
Hunt, Alice (2008) The drama of coronation: medieval ceremony in early modern England, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 242pp.
Johnson, Rebecca (1995) The Englishman's Scottishman or radical scotmans? Reading Douglas Dunn in the light of re-appraisal of Philip Larkin. Scottish Literary Journal, 22, (1), 74-83.
Johnson, Rebecca (1997) The Philip Larkin family papers. In, PN Review. Manchester, UK, Carcanet, 7-9.
Johnson, Rebecca (2000) Philip Larkin and the case of the missing manuscript. Archives, 25, (103), 154-160.
Johnson, Rebecca (2000) Trespassing: Philip Larkin and the legacy of D.H. Lawrence. D.H. Lawrence Review, 29, (3), 41-48.
Jones, Margaret Anne (2013) The Blackshaw Chord. Crime fiction, literary fiction: why the demarcation? University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 321pp.
Jones, Stephanie (2003) A novel genre: polylingualism and magical realism in Amitav Ghosh's 'The circle of reason'. Bulletin of School of Oriental and African Studies, 66, (3), 431-441. (doi:10.1017/S0041977X03000302).
Jones, Stephanie (2005) Of numerology and butterflies: magical realism in Salman Rushdie's 'The Satanic Verses'. In, Hart, Stephen M. and Ouyang, Wen-chin (eds.) A Companion to Magical Realism. New York, USA; London, UK, Boydell and Brewer, 256-266. (Colección Támesis. Serie A, Monografías 220).
Jowitt, Claire (2010) East versus West: seraglio queens, politics, and sexuality in Thomas Heywood's Fair Maid of the West, Parts I and II. In, Yermolenko, Galina I. (ed.) Roxolana in European Literature, History and Culture. Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 57-70.
Jowitt, Claire (2010) The politics of Mandevillian monsters in Richard Brome's The Antipodes. In, Niayesh, Ladan (ed.) A Knight's Legacy: Mandeville and Mandevillian Lore in Early Modern England. Manchester, GB, Manchester University Press. (Manchester Medieval Literature and Culture).
Jowitt, Claire (2011) Pirates and politics in John Barclay's Argenis (1621). [in special issue: Travel and Prose Fiction in Early Modern England] The Yearbook of English Studies , 41, (1), 156-172.
Jowitt, Claire (2012) Shakespeare’s pirates: the politics of seaborne crime. Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 148
Jowitt, Claire (2012) Robert Wilson's The Three Ladies of London and its theatrical and cultural contexts. In, Betteridge, Thomas and Walker, Greg (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Drama. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 309-322.
Jowitt, Claire (2013) ‘To sleep, perchance to dream’: the politics of travel in the 1630s. The Yearbook of English Studies, 44 (In Press).
Kaplan, C. (2004) The death of the working class hero. New Formations, 52, 94-110.
Kaplan, Cora (2005) Victoriana: histories, criticisms, fictions, Edinburgh, Scotland, University of Edinburgh Press, 192pp.
King, Ros (2004) “Action and accent did they teach him there”: Shakespeare and the construction of soundscape. In, Clayton, Tom, Brock, Susan and Forès, Vicente (eds.) Shakespeare and the Mediterranean: The Selected Proceedings of the International Shakespeare Association World Congress, Valencia, 2001. VII World Shakespeare Congress Newark, USA, University of Delaware Press, 180-193.
King, Ros (2004) The Comedy of Errors, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 146pp. (The New Cambridge Shakespeare).
King, Ros (2005) Cymbeline: constructions of Britain, Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 216pp. (Studies in Performance and Early Modern Drama).
King, Ros (2009) ‘Making meanings: Shakespeare’s poetry for the theatre’. In, Hiscock, Andrew and Longstaffe, Stephen (eds.) Shakespeare Handbook. London, UK, Continuum, 206-214. (Literature and Culture Handbooks).
King, Ros (2011) Shakespeare: A Beginner's Guide. , One World (Beginner's Guides).
Kress, Gunther, Jewitt, Carey, Bourne, Jill, Franks, Anton, Hardcastle, John, Jones, Ken and Reid, Euan (2005) English in Urban Classrooms: a multimodal perspective on teaching and learning, London, UK, RoutledgeFalmer, 184pp.
Leggatt, Matthew (2013) Behind apocalypse: the cultural legacy of 9/11. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 240pp.
Levene, Mark (2009) Herzl, the scramble, and a meeting that never happened: revisiting the notion of an African Zion. In, Bar-Yosef, Eitan and Valman, Nadia (eds.) 'The Jew' in Late-Victorian and Edwardian Culture: Between the East End and East Africa. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 201-220. (Palgrave Studies in Nineteenth-Century Writing and Culture).
Leyshon, Nell (2003) The Farm, London, UK, Oberon Books, 72pp. (Oberon modern plays).
Leyshon, Nell (2005) Comfort Me With Apples, London, UK, Oberon Books, 78pp. (Oberon Modern Plays).
Leyshon, Nell (2007) Glass Eels, London, UK, Oberon Books, 78pp. (Oberon Modern Plays).
Marlowe, Christopher, Gill, Roma and King, Ros (2008) Doctor Faustus, London, UK, A&C Black (Methuen Drama), 128pp. (New Mermaids).
Marsh, Nicky, Fagan, Kate (ed.) (2004) Go Grrrl: The Zine and the Postliterary. www.how2journal.com, 2, (2)
Marsh, Nicky (2007) Taking the Maggie: money, masculinity and sovereignty in British fiction. Modern Fiction Studies, 53, (4)
Marsh, Nicky (2007) In cite of the wall: democracy, poetry and the twenty-first century public (in special issue: The Fates and Futures of Feminism). Critical Matrix, 16, (1)
Marsh, Nicky (2007) Money, Speculation and Finance in Contemporary British Fiction, London, UK, Continuum, 176pp. (Continuum Literary Studies).
Marsh, Nicky, Middleton, Peter and Sheppard, Victoria (2006) 'Blasts of language': changes in oral poetics in Britain Since 1965. Oral Tradition, 21, (1), 44-67.
Marsh, Nicola (2011) Agonal states: Maggie O'Sullivan and a feminist politics of visual poetics. In, Emery, Chris (ed.) The Salt Companion to Maggie O'Sullivan. Cromer, GB, Salt Publishing, 76-93.
Matthews David, A. (2003) Penelope Web and Angelica Kauffman's craft. In, Women's Writing in Britain 1660-1830, University of Southampton, UK, 15 - 17 Jul 2003.
May, W. (2010) Stevie Smith and Authorship. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 250pp. (Oxford English Monographs).
May, William (2005) ‘The Choosers’: posthumous collections of Stevie Smith's poetry. The Library, 6, (3), 321-338. (doi:10.1093/library/6.3.321).
May, William (2005) I enclose my character: public addresses and private correspondences in the work of Stevie Smith. The Literary Criterion, 40, (3), 153-160.
May, William (2006) Drawing in the reader: looking at books in the work of Stevie Smith. Jubilat, 12, 71-82.
May, William (2008) Class in British poetry. In, Persoon, James and Watson, Robert R. (eds.) The Facts On File Companion to British Poetry, 1900 to the Present. New York, USA, Facts On File.
May, William (2009) 'It's hard to be anything': difference and identity in Arthur Miller's 'Broken Glass'. English Review, 19, (3)
May, William (2009) 'A good time was had by all?': Stevie Smith beside the seaside. In, Harris, Alexandra and Feigel, Lara (eds.) Modernism on Sea: Art and Culture at the British Seaside. London, UK, Peter Lang, 85-98.
May, William (2012) Letters to Jane: Austen, the letter, and twentieth-century women's writing. In, Hanson, C. and Dow, Gillian (eds.) Uses of Austen: Jane's Afterlives. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave, 115-131.
McDonald, Gail (2004) Through schoolhouse windows: women, the academy, and T.S. Eliot. In, Laity, Cassandra and Gish, Nancy K. (eds.) Gender, desire and sexuality in T.S. Eliot. Cambridge, UK; New York, US, Cambridge University Press, 175-194.
McDonald, Gail (2009) Eliot and the New Critics. In, Chinitz, David (ed.) A Companion to T.S.Eliot. Chichester, GB, Wiley-Blackwell, 411-422. (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture).
McGavin, John (2008) Alliterative place name lists in early drama. Medieval English Theatre, 30, 45-62.
McGavin, John J. (2007) Thomas Ker of Redden’s trip to the Low Countries, 1620. In, Carpenter, Sarah and Dunnigan, Sarah M. (eds.) "Joyous Sweit Imaginatioun": Essays on Scottish Literature in Honour of R.D.S. Jack. Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Rodopi, 155-175.
McGavin, John J. (2009) Medieval theatricality and spectatorship. Theta: Theatre Tudor, 8, 183-200.
Michael, Erben (2000) Autobiography. In, Drabble, Margaret (ed.) The Oxford Companion to English Literature. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press.
Middleton, Peter (2008) “101” from Mysteries of Small Houses. Intercapillary Space
Middleton, Peter (2008) Language public and poetry. PORES: A Journal of Poetics Research, (5)
Middleton, Peter (2009) Institutions of poetry in postwar Britain. In, Alderman, Nigel and Blanton, C.D. (eds.) A Concise Companion to Postwar British and Irish Poetry. Oxford, UK, Wiley-Blackwell, 221-242.
Middleton, Peter (2009) Two poems: 'The Struggle', 'Northeast Spain'. Blackbox Manifold, (3)
Middleton, Peter (2010) Conclusion: the history and interpretation of modernist poetry. In, Marsh, Nicky and Middleton, Peter (eds.) Teaching Modernist Poetry. Basingstoke, UK, Palgrave Macmillan, 179-201. (Teaching the New English Series).
Middleton, Peter (2010) The longing of the long poem. Jacket, 40
Middleton, Peter (2011) An interview with Charles Olson and a time traveller. In, Schad, John and Tearle, Oliver (eds.) Crrritic! Sighs, Cries, Lies, Insults, Outbursts, Hoaxes, Disasters, Letters of Resignation, and Various Other Noises Off in These the First and Last Days of Literary Criticism. , Sussex Academic Press. (Submitted).
Millett, Bella (1983) Hali Meithhad, Sawles Warde, and the continuity of English prose. In, Stanley, Eric Gerald and Gray, Douglas (eds.) Five Hundred Years of Words and Sounds: a Festschrift for Eric Dobson. Cambridge, UK, D.S. Brewer, 100-114.
Millett, Bella (1985) Chaucer, Lollius, and the medieval theory of authorship. In, Strohm, Paul and Heffernan, Thomas J. (eds.) Studies in the Age of Chaucer, Proceedings, No. 1, 1984: Reconstructing Chaucer. Congress of the New Chaucer Society Knoxville, USA, New Chaucer Society, 93-103. (Studies in the Age of Chaucer, Proceedings 1).
Millett, Bella (1988) The saints' lives of the Katherine Group and the alliterative tradition. Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 87, 16-34.
Millett, Bella (1990) The textual transmission of 'Seinte Iuliene'. Medium Aevum, 59, 41-54.
Millett, Bella (1990) The audience of the saints' lives of the Katherine Group. [In special issue: Saints and Saints' Lives - Essays in Honour of D.H. Farmer]. Reading Medieval Studies, XVI, 127-156.
Millett, Bella (1992) The origins of Ancrene Wisse: new answers, new questions. Medium Aevum, 61, 206-228.
Millett, Bella (1994) How green is the Green Knight? Nottingham Medieval Studies, XXXVIII, 138-151.
Millett, Bella (1994) Mouvance and the medieval author: re-editing Ancrene Wisse. In, Minnis, A.J. (ed.) Late-Medieval Religious Texts and their Transmission: Essays in Honour of A.I. Doyle. York Manuscripts Conference Cambridge, UK, D.S. Brewer, 9-20. (York Manuscripts Conference: Proceedings Series III).
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