A short clip from Professor Nicolas Tredell's exploration of American Literature. The full interview is available to emagazine web subscribers and includes discussion of The Portrait of a Lady, Huckleberry Finn, Sister Carrie, My Ántonia, The Age of Innocence, A Farewell to Arms, The Sound and the Fury, The Grapes of Wrath and Native Son. (The Great Gatsby is explored in a separate, dedicated set of clips.)
Dr David Dwan from Hertford College, University of Oxford discusses George Orwell's Nineteen Eighty-Four. The full discussion is available in emagClips.
Leonie Speaking – Child Language Acquisition (CLA)
Leonie Speaking – One Year On (Child Language Acquisition CLA)
Leonie Speaking with Baby Sister Corinne (Child Language Acquisition CLA)
Corinne Chats to her Grandmother (Child Language Acquisition CLA)
A Level Gillian Thompson in conversation with Leonie (aged 3 years, 8 months), one year after the conversation recorded in 'Leonie Speaking'. (Search 'Leonie Speaking – One Year On' in the emagArchive for a transcript or see the emag home page.)
Poet Jonathan Edwards discusses 'Voice' in poetry.
Professor Elena Semino, Linguistics & English Language, University of Lancaster shows how stylistics is used to analyse literary texts: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time.
Professor Nicolas Tredell discusses Jane Eyre: Genre & Style.
Dr Kevin Watson on Language – Sociophonetics
Professor Lisa Hopkins discusses tragedy and the grotesque in Elizabethan and Jacobean drama.
Professor of John Mullan discusses narrative time.