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“They leave out the person to whom things happened”: Re-reading the biographical subject in Sigrid Nunez’s Mitz: The Marmoset of Bloomsbury (1998)
(Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014)
Henry would never know he hadn't written it himself: The Implications of "Dictation" (2008) for Jamesian Style
(Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014)
This essay explores the critical implications of Cynthia Ozick’s “Dictation,” a work of biographical fiction in which James and Conrad’s typists covertly exchange excerpts from “The Jolly Corner” and “The Secret Sharer.” ...
I did it, I: The Afterlife of Sylvia Plath's Journals, 1956-2003
(Oxford University Press, 2014-04-02)
This essay challenges what Sarah Cardwell calls the ‘centre-based model of adaptation’ by reinstating a chain of literary texts between a passage in Emma Tennant’s The Ballad of Sylvia and Ted (2001) and the entry in Sylvia ...