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emagazine 69

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  • Old South versus New America – A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Noticing, Collecting and Analysing Language
  • An Experiment in Maneres – Chaucer’s Merchant’s Tale
  • Exploring the Language of Literature – a Stylistic Analysis of a Very Short Text
  • The Voice Within the Visual – Adapting Literature for Film
  • From GCSE to Degree A Student Perspective
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream – Speak the Verse
  • Sexism in Spoken Language – Looking Under the Surface
  • The Idea of Returning in the God of Small Things
  • Witnessing Barbarity – Seamus Heaney’s Poem ‘Punishment’
  • Writing and the Future
  • Furnishing the Doll’s House – Symbols and Motifs in Ibsen’s Play
  • Analysing Online Texts Using Linguistic Lenses
  • Holding on and Letting Go – The Tangible World in Never Let Me Go
  • Richard II – A Tragedy of State
  • Last Words or Words that Last? Elegies in Poems of the Decade
  • Language Variation, Accents, Attitudes and More Delving into the emagazine Archive
  • Ignoring the Facts of Life – Communication and Character in The Remains of the Day
  • Human Rights – Why Language is Important
  • Writing and the Future (emagplus)
  • A Close Reading of Great Expectations Chapter 19 (emagplus)
  • Around the World with emag – a Survey of Articles (emagplus)
  • Starting to read Othello – Act 1 Scene 1 (emagplus)
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emagazine 68

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  • A Chronological Architecture: Time in Wuthering Heights
  • English in Europe: Rethinking International English
  • ‘Some ill thing haunts the house’: Ghosts in Early Modern Drama
  • AQA Creative Writing A Level: Writing on Demand
  • The Listicle: A New Form of Journalism
  • The Mockingbird Figure in Narrative Texts: Why Rue and Clerval Have to Die
  • Delving into the emag Archives: Child Language Acquisition
  • Classical Languages in Brian Friel’s Translations
  • John Donne: The New Voice of the 1590s
  • ‘Hopeless!’ The Changing Language of School Reports
  • Places of Safety or Threat: Afghanistan and America in The Kite Runner
  • Cruel Comedy? The Taming of the Shrew
  • Where’s My Audience Now? Pragmatic Inference and Writing Pragmatic Inference And Understanding
  • Ruffling the Reader in Pride and Prejudice
  • Fear, Divided: Terror And Horror: The Two Sides of the Gothic Coin
  • A World of Differences: Exploring Language Variation
  • Wayward Shepherds: Pastoral Literature and Tess of the D’Urbervilles
  • Literary Showing Off? Unpicking the Politics of Intertextuality
  • Laughing at Ladies in The Rivals
  • John Donne’s ‘Death, Be Not Proud’ – a Close Reading (emagplus)
  • Horror and Terror – an Activity (emagplus)
  • emagazine Close Reading Competition 2015 (emagplus)
  • 10 Tips for Starting Up Your Own Blog (emagplus)
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emagazine 67

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  • Shakespeare as Dramatist – An Actor’s Insight Into Shakespeare’s Language
  • Comparing Literary Texts
  • When Prime Ministers Swear – Changing Attitudes to Taboo Language
  • The Uncanny in Literature – Eeriness and Unease
  • Forensic Speaker Comparison A Jihadist Beheading
  • Shape-shifting – the Evolution of a Poem
  • Doctor Faustus and its Source – Changes, Additions and Omissions
  • From Green Light to Green World – An Ecocritical Reading of The Great Gatsby
  • Metaphors for Cancer, and Why They Matter
  • The Family, Freud and Frankenstein
  • Ten Top Tips for Writers
  • Shakespearean Drama and the Power of the Pronoun
  • The Spinning Heart – Daring to be Novel
  • Jockeying for Position – The Language of a Stewards’ Inquiry
  • Whose Version of Pastoral – Critiquing Gray’s ‘Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard’
  • Saxons, Stresses and Syllables – The Journey To Shakespeare’s Metre
  • Female War Poets of the Great War
  • The Sound of Sense – Form, metre and rhyme in Tennyson, Auden and Frost
  • Toy Shop Sexism –  The Language of Children’s Advertising
  • Forms of Address in Shakespeare – an Actor’s View (emagplus)
  • Exploring Shakespeare’s Metre (emagplus)
  • Voice in Keats’ Narrative Poems (emagplus)
  • A Comparative Close Reading (emagplus)
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emagazine 66

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  • Weaving the Web of Fiction – From Family History to Debut Novel
A Question of Dialogue
From Gutted to Chuffed – Unpicking the Language of Football
  • Tragedy, Comedy, History, Pastoral…’? Jez Butterworth’s Genre-bending Drama
  • Modern Marking – a Challenge to Gender Neutral Marking
  • The Wife of Bath – Individual or Stereotype?
  • Blake in the East – India and Colonialism in ‘The Tyger’ and ‘London’
  • A Culture of Madness – the ‘Madwoman’ in Fiction
  • Delving into the emag Archives – Language Change
  • Happily Ever After? Interrogating As You Like It
  • Grammar and Change – Is ‘Correct’ Grammar a Myth?
  • Post-Pastoral and Pre-Romantic – The Placing of Georgian Countryside Poetry
  • Howards End – ‘Who will inherit England?’
  • Novice Writers – Cognitive and Practical Processes (CLA)
  • Mischief and Melancholic Hares – Malcontents in Early Modern Drama
  • The Progress of a Poem – Travelling with Billy Collins
  • Aestheticism – A Rough Guide
  • The Governess and Miles – A Psychoanalytic Reading of The Turn of the Screw
  • Getting your Language Muscles in Shape – The UK Linguistics Olympiad
  • Atonement and Postmemory
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emagazine 65

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  • The Scottish Independence Referendum - How Language has Shaped the Debate
  • The Soliloquy - a Theatrical Device
  • Making Waves - Reading Woolf Using Barthes
  • Water-skiing with Billy Collins - An Introduction to Writing Poetry
  • Who’s Who? Billy Prior and Wilfred Owen in Regeneration
  • Old Conventions - Retro Revival
  • Tess of the D’Urbervilles - Under the Trees
  • Becoming an A Level Language Student - a Quick Guide
  • ‘The Choosing’ by Liz Lochhead- a Woman’s Right to Choose?
  • Interpreting The Tempest
  • Posslewitt and Princeton versus the Waitress - a Satirical Linguistic Argument
  • His Knights Grow Riotous - King Lear
  • Writing the Contemporary - the Vitality of Literature in Our Times
  • The Bloody Chamber - Barriers and Boundaries in Gothic Literature
  • Vaudeville, Pantomime and Tragedy - the Absurdity of Waiting for Godot
  • Accentuate the Positive? Media Attitudes to Accent Variation
  • Two Different Kinds of Dystopia - The Handmaid’s Tale and 1984
  • Who’s Listening? Browning’s Dramatic Auditors
  • Metaphors of Life and Death
  • ‘Frightful pleasure’ - how ‘Gothic’ is The Changeling?
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emagazine 64

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  • Words Greeting Each Other - Rhyme in Poetry
  • Who’s the Real Monster in Frankenstein?
  • Making the Pegg Fit - How do we Represent Ourselves to the World?
  • She Stoops to Conquer
  • Auden and Narrative - ‘James Honeyman’
  • Larks, Crows, Birdsong and Crosses - Symbolism in Birdsong
  • Hamlet’s ‘Mighty Opposite’
  • Stapling Stuart to the page - Representing the Hero
  • Language and Gender - Opening up the emagazine Archive
  • The Power of Narrative Voice and Point of View in Key Texts
  • Time in Tennyson’s Narrative Poems - a Vehicle and a Theme
  • A Loss of Faith - Questioning Freud in Shaffer’s Equus
  • Looking Beyond the Label - Mode and New Forms of Communication
  • Death, Disease and Destruction - John Donne’s Songs and Sonets
  • ‘Selfie’ - What’s it all About?
  • Gerard Manley Hopkins
  • Bodies on the Early Modern Stage - Shakespeare, Middleton, Webster, Ford
  • His Master’s Voice(s) - Language, Narrative and Postmodernism in Enduring Love
  • The Language of Online Abuse - Seven Forms of Antisocial Behaviour
  • He Said She Said - Seeing Double in Wuthering Heights
  • Rhyme in Poetry - A Practical Activity
  • Victorian and Modern - Contextual Information
  • In the Beginning - the Opening of Narrative Texts
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emagazine 63

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  • Grammar and Style - Different Rules for Different Occasions
  • What’s wrong with ‘Dulce et decorum est’?
  • Time in the Novel - You Can Repeat the Past
  • Tennyson and the Power of Rhetoric - The Story of ‘Ulysses’
  • Self-centred - Writing Autobiographically
  • Fear of the Abyss: Social Class in Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw
  • Digital Technology - Making Authors of Us All
  • Humour in John Webster’s The White Devil
  • In Cold Blood - Truman Capote’s ‘Non-fiction Novel’
  • Stepping stones - the Evolution of Seamus Heaney’s Poetry
  • Hello ... Can You Help Me? Analysing an NSPCC Advertising Campaign
  • ‘Porphyria’s Lover’ - a Close Analysis
  • Learning to Write for the Stage
  • ‘To swim in golden lard’ - Volpone’s Deceitful Eloquence
  • Logs, Blogs, Sites and Digests - Eight of the Best for Language A Level
  • Reading Victorian Novels - Who Doesn’t Love a Good Story?
  • Poetic Grace - Carol Ann Duffy’s Rapture and Sharon Olds’ Stag’s Leap
  • Speech and Silence in The Yellow Wallpaper
  • Reading Victorian Novels - Who Doesn’t Love a Good Story?
  • The Pastoral - Concept Cards and Critical Comment
  • Critical Comments on The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
  • Ways into Poetry - The Send-Off
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emagazine 62

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  • An Interview with Dannie Abse - Welsh Retrospective
  • ‘Unused to Happy Endings’ - Closure in Contemporary Drama
  • English - a Language of Immigrants
  • Shakespeare’s Celebrity Tragedy - Antony and Cleopatra
  • Blake, Revolution and Social Reform
  • Smashed and Reconstituted The God of Small Things - a Postmodern Novel?
  • ‘Renaissance’ Men - Early Modern Literature and the New Thinking
  • ‘It’s Sleep Time’ - Children’s Routines and the Language of Bedtime (CLA)
  • Ann Radcliffe - Mother of the Gothic
  • Robert Frost and the American Gothic
  • Language Change and Corpus Data - A Super-Mega-Free-For-All?
  • Narrative Uses of Dialogue
  • Retelling The Canterbury Tales - the Wife of Bath, Pardoner and Miller
  • Gendered Language and Cultural Identity in A Streetcar Named Desire
  • From Wessex to West Egg - The Great Gatsby as Pastoral
  • Prohibition and Politeness - Language to Get What we Want
  • Bloodlust, Savagery, Obsession and Excess - Gothic Macbeth
  • ‘The Moon is my Mother’ - Sylvia Plath and the Cycles of the Moon Goddess
  • Romanticism - A Rough Guide
  • Flexible Frameworks - One Text, Many Approaches
  • Reading as a writer
  • Neologisms
  • Overcoming the blank page
  • The Picture of Dorian Gray - Criticism