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emagazine 45

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  • Learning a new song - The Bloody Chamber and the Gothic
  • Lights, music, action - motifs and symbols in A Streetcar Named Desire
  • Ladettes and slags, manwhores and boyfriends - gender, culture and language
  • Tragic recognition in two plays - King Lear and Oedipus the King
  • A conveyance of meaning - metaphor in life and literature
  • I am yours for ever - love through the ages
  • An exchange of letters - voice in Address Unknown
  • A heroic engagement with the supernatural - Marlowe’s Dr Faustus
  • Dialogue in Dubliners - impoliteness in literature
  • Living inside history - novels that deal in real time
  • A time-torn man - story and vision in the poetry of Thomas Hardy Laurence Coupe
  • A point of view - writing for a listening audience
  • The tragedy of The Kite Runner
  • Using style models - why A Model Proposal is a good bet
  • Fragmenting the whole - the narrative inventiveness of The Handmaid’s Tale
  • ‘In my beginning is my end’ - exploring the opening of The God of Small Things
  • From the horse’s mouth War Horse - an actor’s perspective
  • Milton’s magic lantern poem - sight and sound in Paradise Lost
  • Expect the unexpected - the language of comedy in sitcoms and stand-up
  • Divisions in state - Shakespeare, monarchy and censorship
  • I said, he said - language in the quotative verb system
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  • Time travel and the novel - The Time Traveler’s Wife Niffenger and The Time Machine HG Wells
  • Dramatic narrative in W.H. Auden’s lyrics
  • Manuelgate
  • The art of effective essay writing
  • Lemn Sissay - his past, poetry and performance
  • Othello - Shakespeare Creative Re-creative ways into analysis
  • Text and biography in poetry Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath
  • Marriage lines - middle-class women in Victorian England
  • The functions of children’s talk (CLA)
  • Shakespeare and Politics
  • Pictorial grammar
  • American fiction and the ‘westering’ spirit Steinbeck, Cather, Kerouac, Auster, Cheever
  • War stories
  • The Romantic in Frankenstein Mary Shelley
  • The tyranny of the law? Angelo in Measure for Measure
  • The naive narrator and the worldly reader - narrative voice in the Curious Incident
  • Adapting Jane Austen - an interview with Fay Weldon
  • Fiction and politics - representing the ‘other’ in Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness
  • Graphology - analysing layout and presentation
  • Graphology - analysing layout and presentation - the texts
  • Enduring Love – texts, genres and discourses
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emagazine 43

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  • An interview with Peter Ackroyd
  • Analysing fillers and interruptions
  • Dancing at Lughnasa by Brian Friel
  • Writing women’s voices - The Handmaid’s Tale, The Color Purple and Wise Children
  • Tobias Hill on becoming a writer
  • War poetry
  • The challenges and pleasures of studying data
  • The Seagull - Chekhov
  • Voice in Pride and Prejudice
  • Using quotations effectively
  • Tim Winton discusses Cloudstreet
  • Cultural allusions and intertextuality in The Waste Land
  • Exploring inferences in literary texts
  • Writing and re-writing - the Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
  • Macabre violence in early modern drama - Titus Andronicus, The Duchess of Malfi
  • Fear and pity - horror, tragedy and Aristotle
  • Brechtian theatricality in Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls
  • Cultural identity and narrative perspectives in Digging to America by Anne Tyler
  • Interpreting Prospero
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emagazine 42

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  • Defining Tragedy - Drama from Classical to Modern Period
  • The art of narrative - an interview with David Lodge
  • Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? by Edward Albee - Martha’s monologue
  • Anthologies of first world war poetry
  • The grammar of instant messaging and social networking sites
  • Chaucer, women and food - Katy Lee
  • Edith Wharton and the critical loss of innocence
  • Media representations of Andy Murray
  • Female voices in Christina Rossetti’s narrative poems
  • Narrative structure and voice in The Great Gatsby - Nicolas Tredell
  • Dubliners - a unified collection
  • Male and female language - the Houses of Parliament
  • Arcadia and the theatre of ideas
  • Narrative voice in Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
  • Beneath the surface of language - the critical analysis of discourse
  • Language matters - investigating representation
  • In Cold Blood - the true history of an American tragedy
  • Cruel women in Keats’s poetry
  • Silas Marner by George Eliot - framing the fairy-tale
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  • In the beginning - The opening of The Kite Runner
  • Synonymy and lexical change Rachel Thanassoulis
  • Defining Renaissance tragedy - Hamlet, Othello and King Lear
  • Simon Armitage - Matt Carmichael interviews the pop star poet
  • Growth and division - the Victorians in fact and fiction
  • Transformative writing - re-creating the literary text
  • London calling - Londonstani asserting identity through language
  • Owen Sheers introduces Skirrid Hill
  • Friel, culture and Translations
  • AQA B contexts
  • ‘Only connect’ - Howards End
  • The alchemy of voice - understanding Shakespeare Stewart Peace
  • Post-colonial novels, post-colonial readings Pamela Bickley
  • Robert Frost - a simple revolution
  • Playing a role - female identity in A Doll’s House and Like Water for Chocolate
  • Angels and devils - Measure for Measure
  • The alienated individual - a theme in American prose texts
  • Modification
  • A pure woman? Tess of the D’urbervilles Neil King
  • Mode in the modern world - an overview for A Level language
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  • Time in Hamlet
  • Revising English - practical strategies
  • Cold Mountain - omens and portents
  • Performance poetry
  • Mrs Warren’s Profession
  • Language change – a potted guide
  • Three histories - The Siege of Krishnapur
  • John Clare - a Romantic apart
  • What is a sonnet?
  • The passion and pathos of war - Henry V on page and screen
  • Possession - rival readings
  • Sylvia Plath - Nature Poet and Surrealist
  • Investigating language – media representations
  • Investigating language 2 - online archives
  • Death of a Salesman – country and city
  • Louise’s talk - acquiring the language of children (CLA)
  • Making their absence felt - women in Heart of Darkness
  • Romanticism and solitude
  • Theoretically speaking
  • An infinite space - the countryside of Edward Thomas
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emagazine 39

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  • Language Change - Roget’s Thesaurus
  • Othello and race in Elizabethan London
  • Lyrical Ballads and the Pastoral
  • Heaney and Ireland
  • Linguistic Impoliteness
  • Narrative experiments: Sterne, Defoe, Austen, Brontes
  • The Merchant’s Tale - Youth and Age
  • Color Purple - Letter Writing
  • Ibsen: A Doll’s House - Speech and Authority
  • Repression in Paradise Lost, Blake’s Songs and Northern lights
  • War Literature and the European Context
  • High Rising Tone
  • Shakespeare and Playhouse Practice - Interview
  • French Lieutenant’s Woman - analysing Sarah
  • Louis Macneice - a linguist’s analysis
  • How to Use Criticism Effectively
  • Radio Drama - analysis
  • Henry James: Gothic and Turn of the Screw
  • WW1 poetry - Classical allusions
  • Women in Chandler’s The Big Sleep
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emagazine 38

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  • Atonement Robert Kidd
  • Analysing Gordon Brown’s Inaugural Speech
  • Keats and the Romantic imagination
  • Webster’s women - The Duchess of Malfi and The White Devil
  • Literary Criticism - What? Why? Who? Carol Atherton
  • War poetry, close reading and context
  • Beyond stereotypes - Jane Austen’s men
  • Passives
  • Betjeman the subversive? Analysis
  • Pragmatics and Oleanna
  • Tackling original writing Margaret Coupe and Liz Wray
  • Dramatic verse in Tis Pity She’s a Whore Simon Mold
  • Whiteness in The Great Gatsby Darren Morton
  • Grammar - little words Professor Ron Carter
  • King Lear - the ending
  • Waiting for Godot and Samuel Beckett’s other plays
  • Things Fall Apart - analysing the title
  • Hamlet: emotion or reflection Yi Wen Ho
  • Campus slang Tony Thorne
  • Alexander Pope: The Rape of the Lock - fancy and reason Adrian Blamires