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Abberley, Will (2016) Animal cunning: deceptive nature and truthful science in Charles Kingsley’s natural theology. Victorian Studies, 58 (1). pp. 34-56. ISSN 0042-5222

Adams, Aaron (2010) Victorian representations and transformations: sacred place in Charles Dickens's Bleak House and Thomas Hardy's Jude the Obscure. Doctoral thesis (DPhil), University of Sussex.

Adelman, Richard (2018) Idleness & aesthetic consciousness, 1815-1900. Cambridge studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9781108539791

Adelman, Richard (2017) Ruskin & Gothic literature. Wordsworth Circle, 48 (3). pp. 152-163. ISSN 0043-8006

Alkabani, Feras (2014) Between the past and the future: modern political liaisons & homoeroticism in T. E. Lawrence’s Oriental masquerade. In: BRISMES Annual Conference 2014: The Middle East in Global Perspective: Interactions Across Time and Space, 16-18 June 2014, University of Sussex, Brighton.

Alkabani, Feras (2017) Mediating east and west: romanticism and Orientalism in Kahlil Gibran’s bilingual oeuvre. In: BRISMES Annual Conference 2017: Movement and Migration in the Middle East: People and Ideas in Flux, 5-7 July 2017, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Alkabani, Feras (2013) Paradigms and empowerment: the Arabic Orient and Orientalist wish fulfilment. In: Miri, Seyed Javad (ed.) Orientalism: a eurocentric vision of the 'other'. International Peace Studies Centre Press, London, pp. 43-60. ISBN 9781909571037

Alkabani, Feras (2016) Richard Burton, T.E. Lawrence and the culture of homoerotic desire: orientalist depictions of Arab sexuality. Library of Ottoman studies: depictions of orientalist Arab sexuality . I.B.Tauris & Co Ltd, London. ISBN 9781784535698

Alkabani, Feras (2017) Writing and writing back: The transcultural oeuvres of Sir Richard Burton, TE Lawrence and Kahlil Gibran. In: Postcolonial/World Literature Postgraduate Study Day, 24 May 2017, Lancaster University, Lancaster.

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Bostock, Camilla (2014) Dogfish. In: Quick fictions. University of Sussex/Aimer Media/Myriad Editions.

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Crangle, Sara (2012) Dada’s tender-hearted onIons. Modernist Cultures, 7 (2). pp. 231-253. ISSN 2041-1022

Crangle, Sara (2009) [Review] Gabrielle McIntire (2008) Modernism, memory, and desire: T S Eliot and Virginia Woolf. Review of English Studies, 60 (246). pp. 672-674. ISSN 0034-6551

Cummings, Brian (2008) Going wrong: the life and death of Mr Badman. Times Literary Supplement (5504). p. 30. ISSN 0307-661X

Cummings, Brian (2002) Reformed literature and literature reformed. In: Wallace, David (ed.) The Cambridge history of medieval English literature. The New Cambridge History of English Literature . Cambridge University Press, 821 - 851. ISBN 9780521890465

Cummings, Brian (1997) Swearing in public: More and Shakespeare. English Literary Renaissance, 27 (2). 197 - 232. ISSN 0013-8312

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Daw, Gillian (2011) [Review] Clark Lawlor (2006) Consumption and literature: the making of the romantic disease. Excursions, 2 (1). ISSN 2044-4095

Daw, Gillian (2011) [Review] Luisa Calè and Patrizia Di Bello, ed. (2010) Illustrations, optics, and objects in nineteenth-century literary and visual cultures. Textual Practice, 25 (1). pp. 196-199. ISSN 0950-236X

Dean, Dominic (2018) Ishiguro and the abandoned child: the parody of international crisis and representation in When We Were Orphans. Journal of Commonwealth Literature. ISSN 0021-9894

Dean, Dominic (2017) [Review]Timothy Snyder(2017)On tyranny: twenty lessons from the twentieth century / Thomas Docherty(2016)Complicity: criticism between collaboration and commitment. Textual Practice, 31 (7). pp. 1533-1542. ISSN 0950-236X

Deer, Jemma (2017) Addressed to you: nonhuman missives from Elizabeth Bowen’s A World of Love. Mosaic, 50 (3). pp. 175-189. ISSN 0027-1276

Di Bernardo, Francesco (2012) [Review] Louisa Hadley and Elizabeth Ho (eds.)(2010) Thatcher & after: Margaret Thatcher and her afterlife in contemporary culture. Textual Practice, 24 (3). pp. 566-569. ISSN 0950-236X

Di Bernardo, Francesco (2015) A terrible precariousness. Alluvium Journal, 4 (1). ISSN 2050-1560

Dimmock, Matthew (2010) The Tudor experience of Islam. In: A companion to Tudor literature. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 49-62. ISBN 9781405154772

Dubow, Saul (1987) [Review] William Plomer (1985) Turbott Wolfe; William Plomer (1984) Cecil Rhodes. Journal of Southern African Studies, 14 (1). pp. 178-180. ISSN 0305-7070

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Gualtieri, Elena (2000) Virginia Woolf's essays: sketching the past. Palgrave Macmillan, vii - xi + 179. ISBN 9780312227913

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Hadfield, Andrew (2010) Chapter forty two: postcolonial Spenser. In: McCabe, Richard A (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Spenser Studies. Oxford Handbooks of Literature . Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 792-805. ISBN 9780199227365

Hadfield, Andrew (2009) Edmund Spenser and Samuel Brandon. Notes and Queries, 56 (4). pp. 536-538. ISSN 0029-3970

Hadfield, Andrew (2009) [Review] Janet Adelman (2008) Blood relations: Christian and Jew in The merchant of venice. Comparative Drama, 43 (3). pp. 412-414. ISSN 0010-4078

Hadfield, Andrew (2010) Spenser and jokes (the 2008 Kathleen Williams lecture). Spenser Studies, 25. pp. 1-19.

Haslanger, Andrea (2011) What happens when pornography ends in marriage: the uniformity of pleasure in Fanny Hill. ELH: English Literary History, 78 (1). pp. 163-188. ISSN 0013-8304

Haslanger, Andrea (2016) The last animal: cosmopolitanism in The Last Man. European Romantic Review, 27 (5). pp. 659-678. ISSN 1050-9585

Healy, Margaret (2013) Poetic 'making' and moving the soul. In: Craik, Katharine A and Pollard, Tanya (eds.) Shakespearean sensations: experiencing literature in early modern England. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 173-190. ISBN 9781107028005

Healy, Margaret (2013) Women and medicine. In: Raber, Karen (ed.) A cultural history of women in the Renaissance. The cultural histories series, 3 . Bloomsbury Academic, London, pp. 95-114. ISBN 9780857850997

Healy, Thomas (1998) Andrew Marvel. Longman Critical Readers . Longman. ISBN 9780582219076

Healy, Tom (1999) And none but thee: England and the Renaissance. Bulletin of the Soceity for Renaissance Studies, XV (1). pp. 32-44.

Healy, Tom (2009) Elizabeth I at Tilbury and popular culture. In: Dimmock, Matthew and Hadfield, Andrew (eds.) Literature and popular culture in early modern England. Ashgate, pp. 165-177. ISBN 9780754665809

Healy, Tom F (1986) Richard Crashaw. Medieval and Renaissance Authors . Brill. ISBN 9789004078642

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Jones, Gwilym John (2010) Shakespeare's storms. Doctoral thesis (DPhil), University of Sussex.

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Kindellan, Michael (2009) Social affection in the cantos of Ezra Pound. In: Ezra Pound International Conference: Pound, Rome and Love (Centro Studi Americiani, Roma III).

Kingston, Elizabeth S (2010) 'The language of the naked facts': Joseph Priestley on language and revealed religion. Doctoral thesis (DPhil), University of Sussex.

Kontou, Tatiana (2007) Parallel worlds: Collins' sensationalism and spiritualist practice. In: Mangham, Andrew (ed.) Wilkie Collins: interdisciplinary essays. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 37-55. ISBN 9781847181091

Krummel, Sharon A. (2004) Women's movement: the politics of migration in contemporary women's writing. Doctoral thesis (DPhil), University of Sussex.

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Lecznar, Matthew (2017) (Re)fashioning Biafra: identity, authorship and the politics of dress in half of a yellow sun and other narratives of the Nigeria-Biafra war. Research in African Literatures, 47 (4). pp. 112-132. ISSN 0034-5210

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Mennell, Nicole (2017) “Compassionate Consumption”?: George Gascoigne’s 'The Noble Art of Venerie or Hunting' and the voice of the dish. Renaissance Hub (4).

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Newell, Steph (2006) The forger's tale: the search for Odeziaku. New African Histories . Ohio University Press. ISBN 9780821417102

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O'Connell, Rachel (2019) “A Difficult Symbol for Women”: The garden book and the garden as retreat in the works of Rosamund Marriott Watson. Women's Writing. ISSN 0969-9082

O'Connell, Rachel (2017) Love scenes and garden plots: form and femininity in Elizabeth von Arnim’s Elizabeth and her German garden (1898). Women: A Cultural Review, 28 (1-2). pp. 22-39. ISSN 0957-4042

O'Connell, Rachel (2015) Reparative Pater: retreat, ecstasy, and reparation in the writings of Walter Pater. ELH: English Literary History, 82 (3). pp. 969-986. ISSN 0013-8304

Oldfield, Sybil (1999) The collective biography of women in England 1550-1900: a select annotated bibliography. Mansell Publishing, xvii + 168 pp. ISBN 9780720123210

Oliver, Jessica Eve (2016) [Review] Melissa Gira Grant (2014) Playing the whore: the work of sex work. Excursions, 6 (1). ISSN 2044-4095

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Parsons, Catherine Anne (2011) 'Harlots and harlotry': the eroticisation of religious and nationalistic rhetoric in early modern England. Doctoral thesis (DPhil), University of Sussex.

Porter, Chloe (2013) “I satt and saw”: negotiating the gaze in the travel writings of Anthony Munday and Thomas Dallam. Journeys, 14 (2). pp. 50-68. ISSN 1465-2609

Porter, Chloe (2015) John Lyly. Oxford Bibliographies. ISSN 97801998467190088

Porter, Chloe (2013) Making and unmaking in early modern English drama: spectators, aesthetics and incompletion. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9780719084973

Porter, Chloe (2013) A little pig’s will: anthropomorphism, materiality, and the false testator in seventeenth-century fictional wills. Journal of the Northern Renaissance, 5. ISSN 1759-3085

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Quinn, Vincent (2000) Loose reading? Austen Sedgwick and critical practice. Textual Practice, 14 (2). 305 - 326. ISSN 0950-236X

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Royle, Nicholas (2013) To awake, Shakespeare of the night. Paragraph, 36 (2). pp. 223-239. ISSN 0264-8334

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Sage, Liz (2016) Women's fiction after the War. In: Boxall, Peter and Cheyette, Bryan (eds.) British and Irish fiction since 1940. The Oxford history of the novel in English, 7 . Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 110-127. ISBN 9780198749394

Salgado, Minoli (2014) A little dust on the eyes. Peepal Tree Press. ISBN 9781845232405

Shakespeare, William (2000) Henry V. Wordsworth classics . Wordsworth. ISBN 1-84022-421-5

Shinn, Abigail Naomi (2010) Edmund Spenser and the popular press. Doctoral thesis (DPhil), University of Sussex.

Sinfield, Alan (2006) Faultlines: cultural materialism and the politics of dissident reading. In: McEvoy, Sean (ed.) William Shakespeare's Hamlet: a Routledge study guide and sourcebook. Routledge Guides to Literature . Routledge, pp. 70-74. ISBN 9780415314336

Sinfield, Alan (2004) Irodalomkutatás és a kultúra materialitása, szerkesztette. Janus/Gondolat. ISBN 9639567116

Sinfield, Alan (2003) Reading Faustus' God. In: Oz, Avraham (ed.) Marlowe. New Casebooks . Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780333624999

Sinfield, Alan (1994) The Wilde century: Oscar Wilde, effeminacy and the queer moment. Cassell lesbian and gay studies . Continuum International Publishing, 216 pp. ISBN 9780304329052

Smith, Lindsay (2015) Lewis Carroll: photography on the move. Reaktion Books Ltd, London. ISBN 9781780235196

Smith, Lindsay (2013) Pre-Raphaelitism: poetry and painting. Writers and their work . Northcote House, Tavistock. ISBN 9780746308066

Smith, Lindsay (2013) Roger Fenton's Nature Morte: the pull of sculpture. History of Photography, 37 (4). pp. 397-411. ISSN 0308-7298

Spurlin, William J (2002) Theorizing queer pedagogy in English studies after the 1990s. College English, 65 (1). pp. 9-16. ISSN 0010-0994

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Taylor, Jenny Bourne (2011) Short fiction and the novel/Multiple narrators and multiple plots. In: Kuich, John and Taylor, Jenny Bourne (eds.) Oxford history of the novel in English vol 3: the nineteenth-century novel, 1820-1880. Oxford History of the Novel in English . Oxford University Press, pp. 239-273. ISBN 9780199560615

Taylor, Jenny Bourne (2013) Thomas Hardy and psychology. In: Mallett, Phillip (ed.) Thomas Hardy in context. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9780521196482

Taylor, Jenny Bourne (2005) The strange case of Godwin Peak: double consciousness in 'Born in exile'. In: Ryle, Martin and Taylor, Jenny Bourne (eds.) George Gissing: voices of the unclassed. The nineteenth century series . Ashgate, pp. 61-76. ISBN 9780754636755

Thomas, Sophie (2003) Aids to friendship: Coleridge and the inscription of the friend. European Romantic Review, 14 (4). pp. 431-440. ISSN 1050-9585

Thomas, Sophie (1996) Review of Coleridge's philosophy: the logos as unifying principle. Bulletin- Hegel Society of Great Britain, 34. 60 - 64. ISSN 0263-5232

Thomas, Sophie (2005) The fragment. In: Roe, Nicholas (ed.) Romanticism: an Oxford guide. Oxford University Press, pp. 502-520.

Tucker, David (2012) Samuel Beckett and Arnold Geulincx: tracing "a literary fantasia". Historizing modernism . Continuum. ISBN 9781441139351

Tucker, David (2010) Tracing 'a literary fantasia': Arnold Geulincx in the works of Samuel Beckett. Doctoral thesis (DPhil), University of Sussex.

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Uematsu, Nozomi (2014) Grotesque maternity: reading "happiness" and its eugenics in Doris Lessing's The Fifth Child (1988). Gender and Sexuality: Journal of Center for Gender Studies, 09. pp. 5-29. ISSN 1880-4764

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Vance, N. (2006) The Cambridge history of Irish literature. Textual Practice, 20 (4). pp. 796-802. ISSN 0950-236X

Vance, Norman (2013) Bible and Novel: Narrative Authority and the Death of God. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780199680573

Vance, Norman (2012) The Church in danger: Mrs Humphry Ward's 'The case of Richard Meynell'. International Journal for the Study of the Christian Church, 12 (3). ISSN 1474-225x

Vance, Norman (2013) Faith and doubt. In: Mallett, Phillip (ed.) Thomas Hardy in context. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 274-284. ISBN 9780521196482

Vance, Norman (2013) The identity of Ferguson. In: Ferguson, Frank and Jedrzejewski, Jan (eds.) Forging the anchor: Samuel Ferguson and his legacy. Four Courts Press, Dublin. ISBN 9781846823626

Vance, Norman (1998) The nineteenth-century English novel as secular Christianity. In: Durel, Henri and Etayo-Pinol, Marie-Ange (eds.) Acculturation/inculturation du christianisme en Europe. KLINCKSIECK. ISBN 9782864603436

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Watts, C T (2013) The Tremolino and the Tourmaline: reflections and speculations. Conradian, 38 (2). pp. 100-107. ISSN 0951-2314

Watts, Cedric (1978) Conrad and Cunninghame Graham. Joseph Conrad Society, UK.

Watts, Cedric (1979) Conrad's 'Nostromo': politics and the time-shift. In: Joseph Conrad. Ossolineum, 69-88..

Watts, Cedric (1982) Conrad's covert plots and transtextual narratives. Critical Quarterly, 24 (3). pp. 53-64. ISSN 0011-1562

Watts, Cedric (1987) Conrad's covert plots and transtextual narratives. In: Billy, Ted (ed.) Critical essays on Joseph Conrad. Critical Essays on British Literature . G K Hall, pp. 67-78. ISBN 9780816187638

Watts, Cedric (1988) Conrad's hidden texts. In: Curreli, M (ed.) The Ugo Mursia memorial lectures. Ugo Mursia Editore, pp. 423-434. ISBN 9788842592310

Watts, Cedric (1998) Gender roles in Conrad's novels. In: Swisher, Clarice (ed.) Readings on Joseph Conrad. Literary companion series . Greenhaven, pp. 62-70. ISBN 9781565106369

Watts, Cedric (2007) "Ghost on the rooftops": how Conrad haunted Greene. Graham Greene Birthplace Trust occasional paper (11). Graham Greene Birthplace Trust.

Watts, Cedric (2004) Graham, Robert Bontine Cunninghame (1852–1936). In: Oxford dictionary of national biography. Oxford University Press, pp. 233-236. ISBN 019861411X

Watts, Cedric (1993) Hamlet (Indian edition). Prentice-Hall of India. ISBN 8120308298

Watts, Cedric (2004) Joseph Conrad. In: Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, pp. 989-995. ISBN 0198613628

Watts, Cedric (1996) Joseph Conrad. [Audio]

Watts, Cedric (1999) Joseph Conrad's maritime politics. In: Chung, Ling and Ting, Chen-wan (eds.) Poseidon and the muses: proceedings of the International Conference on Arts, Literature and the Ocean. Sun Yat-sen journal of humanities series (4). College of Liberal Arts, National Sun Yat-sen University, pp. 3-20. ISBN 9789570249071

Watts, Cedric (2007) Joseph Conrad: "The Secret Agent". Literature Insights . Humanities-Ebooks. ISBN 9781847600325

Watts, Cedric (2011) 'Keep the general strike in view': R B Cunninghame Graham, H B Samuels, and Conrad's The secret agent. Anglistica Pisana, 8. pp. 141-145. ISSN 1827-4951

Watts, Cedric (1988) 'Macbeth' as royalist propaganda. In: Cookson, Linda and Loughrey, Bryan (eds.) 'Macbeth', William Shakespeare. Critical Essays . Longman, pp. 102-109. ISBN 9782734900634

Watts, Cedric (1990) Problem-areas of 'The Pardoner's Tale'. In: Cookson, Linda and Loughrey, Bryan (eds.) 'Pardoner's prologue and tale', Geoffrey Chaucer. Critical Essays . Longman, pp. 9-16. ISBN 9780582060494

Watts, Cedric (1983) R B Cunninghame Graham. Twaynes English authors series . Twayne. ISBN 9780805768435

Watts, Cedric (2001) [Review] Andrew Michael Roberts (2000) Conrad and masculinity. Textual Practice, 15 (2). pp. 398-402. ISSN 0950-236X

Watts, Cedric (1995) [Review] Brian Vickers (1993) Appropriating Shakespeare: contemporary critical quarrels. Review of English Studies, 46 (184). pp. 563-565. ISSN 0034-6551

Watts, Cedric (2008) [Review] John G. Peters (2006) The Cambridge introduction to Joseph Conrad. Modern Language Review, 103 (2). pp. 256-527. ISSN 0026-7937

Watts, Cedric (1978) [Review] Laurence S. Lockridge (1977) Coleridge the moralist. Philosophy and Literature, 2 (2). pp. 274-275. ISSN 0190-0013

Watts, Cedric (1994) [Review] Roger Ebbatson (1993) Hardy: the margin of the unexpressed. Essays in Criticism, 44. ISSN 0014-0856

Watts, Cedric (2012) [Review] Simon Gatrell (2011) Thomas Hardy writing dress. Anglistica Pisana. pp. 274-275. ISSN 1827-4951

Watts, Cedric (1992) Shakespeare or Bacon? [Audio]

Watts, Cedric (2011) Shakespeare's sonnets. Around the Globe.

Watts, Cedric (1978) Shakespearian themes: the dying god and the universal wolf. In: Curreli, Mario and Martino, Alberto (eds.) Critical Dimensions: English, German & comparative literature essays in honour of Aurelio Zanco. Libreria Athenaeum, pp. 117-133.

Watts, Cedric (1966) Steppniak and 'Under western eyes'. Notes and Queries, 13 (11). pp. 410-411. ISSN 0029-3970

Watts, Cedric (1978) Una lotta con la piovra. In: Joseph Conrad: Cuore di Tenebre. Mursia, pp. 8-13.

Watts, Cedric (2010) We too are duped: on "Othello". Around the Globe (45). pp. 28-29. ISSN 1366-2317

Watts, Cedric (1988) William Shakespeare: Hamlet. Critical Introduction to Shakespeare . Prentice Hall / Harvester Wheatsheaf. ISBN 9780710811578

Watts, Cedric (1992) "A bloody racist": about Achebe's view of Conrad. In: Carabine, Keith (ed.) Joseph Conrad: critical assessments. Critical Assessments of Writers in English, 2 . Routledge, pp. 405-418. ISBN 9781873403044

Watts, Cedric (2006) "The heart of the matter" and the later novels of Graham Greene. In: Shaffer, Brian W (ed.) A companion to the British and Irish novel. Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture (60). Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 278-288. ISBN 9781405167451

Watts, Cedric (1988) The limitations of 'Emma'. In: Cookson, Linda and Loughrey, Bryan (eds.) 'Emma', Jane Austen. Critical Essays . Longman, pp. 116-123. ISBN 9780582006539

Watts, Cedric (1997) A preface to Greene. Longman, p. ix + 230.. ISBN 9780582250208

Watts, Cedric (1985) A preface to Keats. Longman. ISBN 9780582353671

Watts, Cedric and Hay, E K (1973) To Conrad from Cunninghame Graham. Conradiana, 5. pp. 5-19. ISSN 0010-6356

Williams, Sarah (2010) Depth of field: aspects of photography and film in the selected work of Michael Ondaatje. Doctoral thesis (DPhil), University of Sussex.

Wolf, Hope (2016) Anecdotal remembrance: forms of First and Second World War life-writing. In: Smyth, Adam (ed.) A history of English autobiography. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 284-297. ISBN 9781107078413

Wolf, Hope (2012) Mediating war: hot diaries, liquid letters and vivid remembrances. Life Writing, 9 (3). pp. 327-336. ISSN 1448-4528

Wolf, Hope (2018) Scaling war: poetic calibration and mythic measures in David Jones’s In Parenthesis. In: McLoughlin, Kate and Das, Santanu (eds.) The First World War: literature, culture, modernity. Proceedings of the British Academy . Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN 9780197266267

Wolf, Hope (2017) Sussex modernism: retreat and rebellion. [Show/Exhibition]

Wolf, Hope (2017) The making of Sussex Modernism. In: [Catalogue] Sussex Modernism: retreat and rebellion. Two Temple Place, London, 08-55. ISBN 9780957062863

Wolf, Hope, with Cooper, Rosie, Clark, Martin and Buenfeld, Gina A tale of mother's bones: Grace Pailthorpe, Reuben Mednikoff, and the birth of psychorealism. [Show/Exhibition]

Wood, Marcus (2003) The Deep South and English print satire 1750-1865. In: Ward, Joseph P (ed.) Britain and the American South: from colonialism to rock and roll. Chancellor Porter L. Fortune Symposium in Southern History Series . University of Mississippi Press, pp. 107-140. ISBN 9781578065806

Wood, Marcus (2007) Popular graphic images of slavery and emancipation in nineteenth-century England. In: Hamilton, Douglas and Blyth, Robert J (eds.) Representing slavery: art, artefacts and archives in the collections of the National Maritime Museum. Lund Humphries for the National Martime Museum, London, pp. 136-152. ISBN 9780853319665

Wood, Marcus (2009) 'Radical publishing'. In: Suarez S J, Michael F and Turner, Michael L (eds.) Cambridge history of the book in Britain: Volume V, 1695-1830. The Cambridge history of the book in Britain (5). Cambridge University Press, pp. 834-848. ISBN 978-0521810173

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