Issue Title
No 8 (2003): September The Poetics of re-reading in Nabokovs Pale Fire and Barthes S/Z Abstract  PDF
Yannicke Chupin
No 8 (2003): September Consuming desire: Identity and narration in Romesh Gunesekeras Reef Abstract  PDF
Sharanya Jayawickrama
No 9 (2004): March Veni, Vidi, Vici: The Goddess Athena in Vonnegut, Irving, and King Stories Abstract  PDF
Heidi Strengell
No 11 (2005): March Dreaming Brokenly of Deaths by Fire. Deconstructions of Social Myths in A. L. Kennedys Night Geometry and the Garscadden Trains Abstract  PDF
Tudor Balinisteanu
No 9 (2004): March Beyond Signification: The Realist View of Consciousness in Don DeLillo's End Zone Abstract  PDF
Benjamin Bird
No 9 (2004): March Does Anyone Have the Right Time Please? A New Perspective on Time Travel Narratives in the 1950s & 1960s Abstract  PDF
Sinead Boyd
No 13 (2006): March Making and Breaking Hegemonies: Kazuo Ishiguro and History Abstract  PDF
Alyn Webley
No 17 (2008): March Traversing the Feminine: The Reclamation of Womens Immense Bodily Territories in Jeanette Wintersons Written on the Body and The Passion Abstract  PDF
Margaret Ravenel Richardson
No 2 (2000): September Literary Traditions in Contemporary Anglo-African Fiction Abstract  PDF
Petra Bittner
No 29 (2014): September A Palpable Void: The Remediation of Bruno Schulzs The Street of Crocodiles as a Visual Work of Art in Jonathan Safran Foers Tree of Codes Abstract  PDF
John Mark Wilson
No 3 (2001): March Re-Writing the City: Postmodern Observing in the Imaginary Londons of Salman Rushdie's The Satanic Verses and Iain Sinclair's Downriver Abstract  PDF
Nick Bentley
No 29 (2014): September Saved by SeparationAll in One Piece: Surrealist Collage in Barnes Nightwood and Nins Collages Abstract  PDF
Olivia Ho
No 6 (2002): September The Space of Belonging: Alienation in Doris Lessings The Marriages between Zones Three, Four and Five Abstract  PDF
David Waterman
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