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emagazine 61

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  • Twenty Years that Changed the English Language
  • Noises Off -‘Tragedy Played at a Thousand Revolutions per Second’
  • Creative Writing - A Poem’s Progress
  • World War 1 - Getting Beyond the Poetry
  • A Midsummer Night’s Dream - Patterns of Patriarchy
  • World Englishes, English as Lingua Franca, Global English…
  • Larkin and the Pastoral
  • Metaphor - a Figure of Thought?
  • We Must Hurry if We’re Going to Dance - the Nature of Stoppard’s Arcadia
  • Doing English - Literary Critical Practices
  • Gender, Madness and National Identity in The Wasp Factory
  • In Praise of Melancholy - Literature and Emotion
  • Stream of Consciousness
  • Mrs Dalloway - Class, Gender and Mental Illness
  • ‘She’s Proper Good Innit’ - Why Dialect Discrimination is Unwise
  • ‘Excellent Devil’ - Vittoria’s Victorious Villainy and Devilish Defence
  • Frankenstein - Order, Narrative and Chaos
  • Carol Ann Duffy’s Dislocating Language
  • Saussure, Semiotics and the Nature of the Sign
  • Angela Carter’s ‘The Werewolf’ - Ambiguity and Ambivalence
  • What is the Genre of The White Devil?
  • Edward Thomas ‘I Cannot Bite The Day To The Core’
  • Melancholy
  • Critical Comment on Northanger Abbey
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emagazine 60

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  • An Interview With Will Self
  • Writing a Script for Radio Drama
  • Sex and Madness in The Changeling
  • Edward Thomas - Poet of Thresholds
  • Rhetoric
  • Stasis and Blindness in Brighton Rock - a Marxist Reading
  • Dirty Rotten Bastards - Edmund, Class and King Lear
  • Positioning and Stance
  • Language and Resistance in The Handmaid’s Tale
  • Comic Devices in The Importance of Being Earnest
  • Aesthetic Theory and Literary Study
  • Cliches – the best thing to happen to English since sliced bread
  • There Will be Days and Days and Days Like This - Plenty and Dancing at Lughnasa
  • The Gothic and The Pardoner’s Tale
  • A Critique of Nationhood - Englishness in the Stories of D.H. Lawrence
  • Making Monsters - How the Press Decide Who We Love and Who We Hate
  • Emily Dickinson - This Poem is not Conclusion
  • The Twisted Path to Marriage - Fanny Burney and Jane Austen
  • Like Hard Burnished Wood - The Language of The Crucible
  • Going the Whole Hog - Ecolinguistics Explained
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emagazine 59

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  • What the Heart Knows - Tis Pity She’s a Whore
  • Prescriptivism and Descriptivism - Beyond the Caricatures
  • Instability and Uncertainty - The Woman in White
  • Why Shakespeare Deserves His Success
  • Truth and Lies in Kindertransport - the Lil Conundrum
  • Linguistic Housekeeping - Grammatical Messiness
  • Jane Eyre - Romance or Realism?
  • The Language of the Mashup
  • Carnival and Comedy - Subversion in Jerusalem
  • The Art of Nature - Literary Convention in Marvell’s Pastoral Poems
  • Now Mathilda is Seven! - Child Language Acquisition (CLA)
  • Huckleberry Finn - Voice, Identity, Race and Myth
  • The Eve of St Agnes - A Cracking Good Romance
  • Back to Nature - The Tempest and As You Like It
  • Presentations of Masculinity - A Streetcar Named Desire
  • What Vocabularies Tell Us About Different Cultures
  • A New Kind of Hero - Milton’s Paradise Lost
  • Northanger Abbey - The Least Dangerous of Austen’s Novels
  • Sounds Poetic - Listening to How Poetry Works
  • In The Round Tower at Jhansi June 8 - a Postcolonial Reading
  • The Unreliable Narrator - How Unreliable is Unreliable?
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emagazine 58

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  • The continuous world - an introduction to metaphor in poetry
  • A Holiday Humour - Shakespeare’s comedies and Bakhtin’s carnival
  • Accent and Phonological Change, Language change, accent modification
  • The Fractured Narrative of Birdsong
  • Volpone as a Satirical City Comedy
  • ‘Pay No Attention To This Article. It’s Not Relevant To You.’ Introducing Relevance Theory
  • Turning and turning in the widening gyre - Yeats’s ‘The Second Coming’
  • ‘I am not that I play’ - Twelfth Night and the Comedy of Cross-dressing
  • A Flattering Portrayal? Americans and Afghans in The Kite Runner
  • The History Boys - A Dramatic Counterpoint
  • Chekhov - The Physician of the Soul
  • Round tour with Rita - English from the Outside In
  • The Theatre of the Absurd - Beckett, Pinter and Stoppard
  • Gothic Texts - A Challenge to Orthodox Thinking
  • Sex and the City, 1604 - Measure for Measure
  • The Battle of Faith - War and Belief in the Poetry of Wilfred Owen
  • Children’s Reading - Gender and Language
  • The Picture of Dorian Gray - A Celebration or Critique of the Aesthetic Life?
  • Doing Stylistics - Point of View in Literary Prose
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emagazine 57

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  • Dramatic Comedy - an Overview Dr Sean McEvoy
  • Shakespeare’s Comedies - Conservative or Transgressive? Dr Emma Smith
  • Language and the Law - What is Forensic Linguistics? Dr Tim Grant
  • Telling Their Own Stories - Voices in Andrea Levy’s Small Island
  • Intimations of Mortality in Seamus Heaney’s The Human Chain Adam Oliver
  • Jane Austen’s Northanger Abbey and the Gothic Tradition YiWen Hon
  • Bears, Bulls and Dead Cats - the Language of Business and Banking
  • The Green World - Nature in English Literature Dr Laurence Coupe
  • Moral Economies and Revolution - Marxism and Joseph Conrad’s The Secret Agent
  • Narrative Structures in Browning’s Poetry
  • Telling it Like it is - Problems of Representing and Analysing Real Speech
  • What is Re-creative Writing?
  • Hardy’s Portrayal of the Victimised Female in Tess of the d’Urbervilles and The Return of the Native
  • Captain Corelli’s Mandolin - Is Pelagia a Traditional Female Heroine?
  • Getting into the Groove - Ways of Making Essay Writing Enjoyable
  • ‘Rich Garments, Linens, Stuffs and Necessaries’ - Clothing in The Tempest
  • Fanfiction - Unleash your Imagination
  • Reasons to be Cheerful - How do John Donne and Aphra Behn Make their Audiences Laugh?
  • Spreading One’s Wings - A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
  • Exploring Love in 19th-Century Literature - Pride and Prejudice and Jane Eyre
  • The Pleasure of the Text - Playing with Different Readings of Rupert Brooke’s ‘Menelaus and Helen’
  • The Bible - a Rich Language Archive
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emagazine 56

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  • ‘I’ll see you yesterday’ - Friel’s Translations
  • Turning the Tables - Language on the X Factor
  • Philip Larkin - Man and Myth
  • Stretch Yourself with the EPQ
  • Terror, Horror and Obscurity in Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw Dr Andrew Green
  • The Grammar of Storytelling
  • Investigating the Language of Literature Dr Marcello Giovanelli
  • The Images of Antony and Cleopatra
  • John Donne - ‘And shall thy worke decay?’
  • A Feminist Reads The Lord of the Rings
  • Memory and Nostalgia in Evelyn Waugh’s Brideshead Revisted Wen Li Toh
  • Who’s Asking the Questions? Language Investigation
  • Satan as the Epic Hero in Milton’s Paradise Lost Dr Jane Gibney
  • Chekhov the Modernist
  • A Slice of the Action - Criticising Cupcakes and Kalashnikovs
  • Mightier than the Sword - Kressman Taylor’s Address Unknown Mitch Larney
  • The Women of Wuthering Heights
  • A Day in My Language Life (CLA)
  • Once Upon a Time Sam Brunner
  • Blends and Ends - A Look at Lexical Change
  • Textual Intimacy! Rob Worrall
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emagazine 55

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  • Dystopian Futures and Never Let Me Go - Why Kathy H Doesn’t Rebel
  • Edward Thomas
  • A Brief History of Australian English - Did the Apple Fall so Far from the English Family Tree?
  • Graphic Novels
  • An Elizabethan Romcom? Much Ado About Nothing
  • Sam’s Semantics - the Mapping of Meaning
  • Blake’s Construction of Viewpoints in Innocence & Experience
  • Postmodern Gothic - the Case of Enduring Love
  • Where’s the Offence in Language?
  • Mosaics of Juxtaposition - Beyond Modernism
  • Wolves, Chokers and Cloaks - Symbolism in Angela Carter’s The Bloody Chamber
  • ‘Allas! Allas! That evere love was synne!’ Debates about The Wife of Bath
  • Taking a Good Look?
  • Defying the Expectations of Fairy-tale - Great Expectations
  • Developing language games
  • Keats and Sex - the Ecstasy and the Agony
  • Sex, Race and the Abuse of Power in Coetzee’s Disgrace
  • What’s in a Name? Exploring the Etymological Origins of Internet Search Engines
  • Hardy and Truth
  • Multiple identities in Top Girls and Oranges are Not the Only Fruit
  • Dover Cliff and the Empathetic Imagination
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emagazine 54

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  • The Secret Scripture - An Interview with Sebastian Barry
  • Beyond the Set Text - Wider Reading
  • What’s the M.O. of Analysing Mode?
  • Beyond Tragedy? Shakespeare’s Romances
  • From The Bloody Chamber to Cinderella
  • Coming to the End
  • Robert Browning’s ‘The Bishop Orders His Tomb’
  • Losing the Magic of Literature - Harry Potter
  • Stories, Novels and Films in The Kite Runner
  • On Your Marks, Get Set, Go! The Linguistics Olympiad
  • World War 1 Poetry - The Female Voice
  • The Duchess of Malfi - A Box Office Hit
  • A Girl Called Alice
  • Class Divisions - Victorian Fiction From Dickens to Wilde
  • Controlling the Word - The Language of Dystopia in The Handmaid’s Tale and The Chrysalids
  • Shakespeare’s Way With Words - Hamlet
  • A Narrow Time - Emily Dickinson and Rhythm
  • Miller’s Freudian Drama - Broken Glass
  • Obama and bin Laden - The Making of a Historic Speech
  • A Different Approach to Context - The Bell Jar
  • Studying English Language at University