Items where Kingston Author is "Cunnell, Howard"

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Cunnell, Howard (2005) Rocking at the chick-a-boom: Thatcherism, hypermasculinity, and the south London underworld in Razor Smith's 'A few kind words and a loaded gun'. In: Literary London 2005 : Representations of London in literature; 14-16 July 2005, Kingston Upon Thames, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Cunnell, Howard (2005) 'Stop! a Buddhist is here': Bodhisattva masculinity on Death Row in Jarvis Masters' Finding freedom. Journal of Global Buddhism, 6, p. 46. ISSN (online) 1527-6457

Cunnell, Howard (2005) Condemned men: compulsive masculinity and the convict ethic in the writing of Edward Bunker. In: Miller, D. Quentin, (ed.) Prose and cons: essays on prison literature in the United States. Jefferson NC, USA : McFarland & Co. pp. 95-110. ISBN 0786421460

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