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Talking Shakespeare: Shakespeare into the millennium
(Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2001)
Helen Fielding’s Bridget jones’s diary: a reader’s guide.
(New York: Continuum, 2002)
Patronage, puritanism and playing: travelling players in Elizabethan and Stuart Maldon, Essex
This essay looks at travelling players' visits to the Essex town of Maldon. It explores what the history of these visits in the Elizabethan and Stuart eras reveals about attitudes to drama in the community during this ...
The letters of Elizabeth Barrett Browning to her sister Arabella, (2 volumes)
(Waco, Texas: Wedgestone Press, 2002)
The merrie England triptych: Robert Blatchford, Edward Fay and the diadactic use of clarion fiction
(Victorian Periodicals Review, 2005-03-01)
This article discusses the importance of the serialised fiction published at the same time as Robert Blatchford's socialist polemic 'Merrie England'. It argues that the surrounding fiction expanded and elaborated the ...
A history of twentieth-century women’s poetry
(Cambridge University Press, 2005)
The dark night: “The novel into some other form”
(Aldershot: Ashgate, 2006)
The chapter looks at a relatively unread and unknown long poem by May Sinclair that illustrates her combination of Victorian and modern ideas and literary techniques. It also indicates her involvement with psychoanalysis
Courting failure: women and the law in twentieth-century literature
(University of Akron Press, 2007)
For the past twenty years, the law and literature movement has been gaining ground. More recently, a feminist perspective has enriched the field. With Courting Failure: Women and the Law in Twentieth-Century Literature, ...
Rehumanising Shakespeare: literary humanism, wisdom and modernity
(Edinburgh University Press, 2007)