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emagazine 53

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  • Gender Stereotyping in the Language of Advertising
  • Fraulein Braun - Poem and Commentary
  • Setting up a Poetry Zine
  • Status, Siblings and Storms: Motifs in Small Island
  • Poetry ‘verses’ Teenagers
  • Historicism and Othello
  • Iago on the Couch
  • At War with the Pedants: an Interview with Henry Hitchings
  • Love for Sale: Death of a Salesman
  • Airy-Faery Yeats Matthew Curry
  • Migration, Vision and Community: The Great Gatsby and The Grapes of Wrath
  • Dealing with Data in Exams
  • Puzzle me this: The Wife of Bath and Frankenstein
  • Shakespeare, Death and the Hereafter
  • Reading Mrs Dalloway Malcolm Hebron
  • Take Five: Words in the World
  • Writing for Radio
  • Dr Faustus: a Thoroughly Modern Man Mike Haldenby
  • The Mariner’s Progress
  • Misery Memoirs and A Level
  • Spies and the 1940s: a Vanishing World Judy Simons
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emagazine 52

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  • The Glass Menagerie - an interview with Deborah Findlay
  • Facebook Social Networking Sites
  • ‘The mind forg’d manacles’ - William Blake and Ideology
  • Jealousy in Romance and Tragedy - Comparing Critical Debates on Othello and The Winter’s Tale
  • Jane Eyre - a World of Books
  • Damon Galgut’s In a Strange Room
  • The Serious Business of Language Play
  • Women behaving badly in The World’s Wife - Delilah, Salome and Medusa
  • Rituals and ceremonies in Chronicle of a Death Foretold
  • Three Literary Puzzles - Macbeth
  • Nature Therapy - the Importance of the Countryside in Edward Thomas’ Work
  • Rural Voices - Attitudes to Language Variety
  • The Curious Voice of The Curious Incident
  • The Alphabet
  • Still Pictures Landscapes of the Soul - Settings in Tennyson’s Narrative Poems for AQA B
  • 19th-Century Novel - Genre, Technique, Theme
  • Reading the Detective Genre from Poe to Chandler
  • Frankenstein – National Theatre Production
  • Informalisation
  • IB Examiner
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emagazine 51

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  • Stuart - A Life Backwards
  • Faith and Passion in Peter Schaffer’s Equus
  • Looking for Clues - How to be a Language Detective
  • Textual Hybrids - Comparing Poetry and Drama
  • Auden and Psychoanalysis
  • Catalysts and Clues to Character - Letters in Jane Austen
  • Putting the ME into Media - Ideas for AQA B A2 English Language Coursework
  • Dr Faustus - Glutted With Learning
  • Prospero - A Renaissance Magus
  • The Apostrophe is Dead! - Long Live the Apostrophe!
  • Lamia and the Seduction of Reading
  • The History Boys - Fighting for their Lives
  • From Page to Stage - Putting on Hamlet
  • Tense & Aspect - Using Detailed Comments on Verb Forms
  • The Kingdom of the Unimaginable - Gothic Writing in Dracula and The Bloody Chamber
  • The IB Unseen - Writing a Literature Commentary
  • The Great Gatsby on Film - Capturing the Mystery, Making Concrete the Intangible
  • Exploring Modality
  • Cormac McCarthy The Road
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emagazine 50

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  • An Interview with David Hare
  • An Unwanted Dinner Guest: Language, Gender and Power
  • Shakespeare and the Lover’s Blazon
  • Binary Oppositions in the Poetry of Derek Walcott
  • Archetypes and Caricatures Character in Hard Times
  • The Mock-Epic Style of The Rape of the Lock
  • Dubliners – imagery of entrapment and escape
  • The Tragic Sacrifice Ibsen, Euripides and Othello
  • University Open Day
  • The Kite Runner and Wuthering Heights
  • Pastoral Poetry Thomas, Fanthorpe and MacCaig
  • Pinter’s Language
  • The Challenge of Contemporary Fiction
  • A Linguistic Analysis of Magazine Problem Pages
  • The Return of the Native
  • Form and Boundaries - the Poetry of Robert Frost
  • The Language of Stanley and Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Deixis in written and spoken texts
  • A Matter of Taste The Lovely Bones and Literary Value
  • The Grammar of Spoken Language
  • Fearing female sexuality in Dracula
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emagazine 49

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  • Life, novels and the ticking clock - writers on structure and time
  • History and fiction - Regeneration and Birdsong
  • Overcoming the observer’s paradox - collecting spoken language data
  • Death personified - ‘The Pardoner’s Tale’
  • Hamlet and Cinderella - reading tragedy as family drama
  • A fractured identity - Plath’s search for self in Ariel
  • A reply to Sylvia Plath - Ted Hughes’ Birthday Letters
  • From cuckoldry to companionate marriage - matrimony in Restoration comedy
  • Language Discourses 2
  • A critic’s perspective on Frankenstein - Dr Mike Rossington
  • Mood over matter - the drama of Dancing at Lughnasa
  • Fertile ground for political persuasion - political conflict in Andrew Marvell’s poems
  • A close reading of Atonement - extended interior monologue
  • Forbidden fruits - sex and religion in ‘Goblin Market’
  • Literacy and mobile phones - texting
  • A divided kingdom - Shakespearean drama and the ‘British History’
  • Private problems and public fears - Arthur Miller’s Broken Glass
  • Technology and Machines in the Dystopian Novel
  • Exhibiting English
  • A Chief Examiner speaks
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emagazine 48

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  • Pastoral poetics - Blake’s Songs of Innocence and Experience
  • Writing the Ratcatcher - Reading Samuels’ Kindertransport
  • The Charms of the Past - Unlocking the mysteries of writing
  • The Spanish Tragedy - The bloody beginnings of English Revenge
  • Using maths in English - graphs, charts and symbols
  • Language Discourses 1 - Debates and discussions about language
  • Robert Browning - Voice and Ventriloquism in Fra Lippo Lippi
  • More or Less Scouse - Language change on Merseyside
  • Marxist Approaches to Literary Texts
  • Oleanna - the art and power of drama
  • Learning How to Write - The development of early literacy (CLA)
  • Topography in Tess - An endless quest?
  • Reading the Wife of Bath - Feminist freedom fighter or hypocritical harridan?
  • Guilty Pleasures - The value of ‘rubbish-reading’
  • Excellent Foppery - Comedy in Shakespeare’s tragedies
  • A Woman’s Place - Topography and entrapment in Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’
  • Digital archives - recreating the past in the present
  • Shakespeare’s outsiders
  • Baselining the Outcomes - How public sector language lives in a world of its own
  • Orphans of the Storm - Abandoning pastoral sanctuary in Brideshead Revisited
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emagazine 47

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  • Rapture - Charting love’s progress
  • Applying feminist approaches to texts - Choosing your text and angle
  • Death in Arcadia - Blue Remembered Hills
  • Prostitutes, Hoodlums and Anarchists - The changing meaning of ‘punk’
  • Natural, Common and Popular - Wordsworth’s use of metre
  • Virtual Worlds, Virtual Words - The language of online gaming
  • Maps and Walls - Shakespeare’s King Lear and Bond’s Lear
  • Wide Sargasso Sea - Getting to know the first Mrs Rochester
  • T.S. Eliot - A clamour of voices
  • Middle English - word formation and borrowing
  • Half of a Yellow Sun - Three characters, three critical approaches
  • Her Last Song - Entrapment and escape in The Lady of Shalott
  • Houses of Pain - Gothic settings in Jane Eyre and The Magic Toyshop
  • Exchange and Sexual Freedom in the Rover
  • Truths Universally Acknowledged - An approach to reading Jane Austen
  • Deception and Role-Playing in All My Sons and A Doll’s House
  • The Legitimate Desdemona - Bootleg copy or director’s cut?
  • Transgressing the Boundaries - An introduction to the Gothic
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emagazine 46

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  • Obama - interpreting an election poster
  • ‘The Rime of the Ancient Mariner’
  • Revenge tragedy: a short overview
  • An Introduction to the Pastoral
  • Making connections - Othello and Equus
  • Categorising texts: sorted!
  • Dulce Et Decorum Est
  • As You Like It and the Pastoral
  • Where does language come from?
  • Wuthering Heights and the Gothic
  • The irreverence of William Carlos Williams and E. E. Cummings
  • Understanding multimodality - provenance, channels, hybrids and more
  • Larkin and Abse - same epoch, different visions
  • Appearance and laughter in The School for Scandal
  • The Gothic in Macbeth - Shakespeare’s radical tragedy
  • From profane to sacred - the poetry of John Donne
  • A point of view - writing for a listening audience
  • Billy Collins and Emily Dickinson
  • Investigating language - studying English language in HE
  • Cinematic Techniques in Brighton Rock