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Barker, Simon (2013) "Lost property": John Galsworthy and the search for "that stuffed shirt". In: UNSPECIFIED Ashgate.

Biart, Nicholas D. (1999) A question of history. UNSPECIFIED thesis, UNSPECIFIED.


Duggan, Robert (2009) Big-time Shakespeare and the joker in the pack: The intrusive author in Martin Amis’s 'Money'.

Duggan, Robert (2013) The Grotesque in Contemporary British Fiction. UNSPECIFIED. Manchester University Press.

Duggan, Robert (2013) The geopolitics of inner space in contemporary British fiction.


Gifford, Terry (2002) Towards a post-pastoral view of British poetry. In: UNSPECIFIED Ashgate.

Gray, William (2008) Death and Fantasy: Essays on Philip Pullman, C. S. Lewis, George MacDonald and R. L. Stevenson. UNSPECIFIED. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Gray, William (2011) Fantasy, Art and Life: Essays on George MacDonald, Robert Louis Stevenson and Other Fantasy Writers. UNSPECIFIED. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Gray, William (2004) Robert Louis Stevenson: A Literary Life. Palgrave Macmillan.

Gray, William (2005) The incomplete fairy tales of Robert Louis Stevenson.


Habib, Imtiaz and Salkeld, Duncan (2013) The Resonables of Boroughside, Southwark: an Elizabethan black family near the Rose Theatre/Alienating laughter in The Merchant of Venice: a reply to Imtiaz Habib.


Leeson, Miles (2014) The French Connection: Iris Murdoch and Raymond Queneau. In: UNSPECIFIED The University of Tennessee Press.

Leeson, Miles (2017) Incest in Contemporary Literature. Manchester University Press.

Little, Jonathan D. (1996) Orientalism.


Noys, Benjamin (2016) Full spectrum offense: Savoy’s Reverbstorm and the weirding of modernity.

Noys, Benjamin (2008) ‘The end of the monarchy of sex’: Sexuality and contemporary nihilism.


Porter, Jane (2007) The Scottish Chiefs: A Romance. Broadview Press.

Price, Fiona L. (2011) Ancient liberties? Rewriting the historical novel: Thomas Leland, Horace Walpole and Clara Reeve.

Price, Fiona L. (2012) “Experiments made by the airpump”: Jane West's 'The Loyalists' (1812) and the science of history.

Price, Fiona L. (2011) Thaddeus of Warsaw, Historical Fictions of Empire, and the National Tale. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Price, Fiona L. (2012) “A great deal of history”: Romantic women writers and historical fiction.

Price, Fiona L. (2011) The "healthiest" of authors? Scott, the "kingdom of fiction" and the post-1760 British historical novel. In: UNSPECIFIED.

Price, Fiona L. (2012) The uses of history: the historical novel in the post-French Revolution debate and Cornelia Ellis Knight’s "Marcus Flaminius", 1792. In: UNSPECIFIED Palgrave Macmillan.


Salkeld, Duncan (2012) Shakespeare among the courtesans: prostitution, literature, and drama, 1500-1650. Ashgate Publishing.

Salkeld, Duncan (2010) Shakespeare and ‘the I-word'.

Salkeld, Duncan (2009) Shakespeare studies, presentism and micro-history.

Salkeld, Duncan (2011) Silence, seeing and performativity: Shakespeare and the Paragone. In: UNSPECIFIED Ashgate.

Salkeld, Duncan (2012) Theatrical references in the Bridewell hospital court of governors’ minute books. In: UNSPECIFIED The Malone Society, Manchester University Press.

Salkeld, Duncan (2007) The texts of Henry V.


Wilson, Ross (2008) The mystical character of commodities: the consumer society in eighteenth century England.

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