Items where Kingston Author is "Rogers, David"

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Rogers, David L. (1999) A masculinity of Faded Blue: V.K. Ratliff and Faulkner's creation of transpositional space. The Faulkner Journal, 15(1&2), pp. 125-150. ISSN (print) 0884-2949

Rogers, David L. (1998) A perspective of imbalance: the 'cash-value' of Faulkner's marginal man. Renaissance and Modern Studies, 41, pp. 29-46. ISSN (print) 0486-3720

Rogers, David L (1990) Shaking hands: gestures toward race in Faulkner's The unvanquished. Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Culture, XLIII(3), pp. 335-348. ISSN (print) 0026-637X


Neary, Annemarie [Contributor], Cahill, Michelle [Contributor], Orr, Katherine [Contributor], Henningham, Michele [Contributor], Chasse, Alexandra [Contributor], Gibson, Zoe [Contributor], Kelly, Sean [Contributor], Langan, John [Contributor], Enfield, Lizzie [Contributor], Taggart, Mandy [Contributor], McNamara, Catherine [Contributor], Jordan, Peter [Contributor], Llewellyn, Shelia [Contributor], Asem, Mohamed [Contributor], Williams, Rick [Contributor], Mantel, Hilary [Author of introduction, etc.] and Greer, Bonnie [Author of afterword, colophon, etc.] (2015) What Lies Beneath: A Collection of Short Stories from the Kingston Writing School, selected by Hilary Mantel and Bonnie Greer, edited David Rogers and Michael Keri. Kingston upon Thames : Kingston University Press. 131p. ISBN 9781899999811

Rogers, David L (2014) Writing better essays : a simple rhetorical guide to process, structure, and coherence. Kingston, U.K. : Kingston University Press. 250p. (Led by Learning) ISBN 9781899999613

Rogers, David and McLeod, John, eds. (2004) The revision of Englishness. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. 194p. ISBN 0719069726

Book Section

Rogers, David (2004) Postscript: Englishness in transition: Swift, Faulkner and an outsider's staunch belief. In: Rogers, David and McLeod, John, (eds.) The revision of Englishness. Manchester, U.K. : Manchester University Press. pp. 169-184. ISBN 9780719069727

Rogers, David L. [Author of introduction, etc.] and Stoker, Bram (2000) Introduction and notes. In: UNSPECIFIED, (ed.) Dracula. Ware, U.K. : Wordsworth Classics. pp. i-xix. ISBN 9781853260865

Rogers, David L. (1998) The perversity of water: William Faulkner and the aesthetics of modernism. In: Wurst, Gayle and Raguet-Bouvart, Christine, (eds.) Sounding the Depths: Water as Metaphor in North American Literatures. Liège, Belgium : Liège Language and Literature, English Department, Université de Liège. pp. 75-88. ISBN 9782872330218

Rogers, David (1996) Maternalizing the epicene: Faulkner's paradox of form and gender. In: Kartiganer, Donald M. and Abadie, Ann J., (eds.) Faulkner and gender: Faulkner and Yoknapatawpha, 1994. Jackson, Miss., USA : University Press of Mississippi. pp. 97-119. ISBN 0878059210

Rogers, David L. [Author of introduction, etc.] and Whitman, Walt (1995) Introduction. In: UNSPECIFIED, (ed.) The complete poems of Walt Whitman. Ware, U.K. : Wordsworth Editions. (Wordsworth poetry library) ISBN 9781853264337

Rogers, David L (1992) The irony of idealism: William Faulkner and the South's construction of the mulatto. In: Plasa Nfa, Carla , Plasa, Carl and Ring, Betty J., (eds.) The Discourse of Slavery: Aphra Benn to Toni Morrison. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 166-190. ISBN 9780415081528

Conference or Workshop Item

Lipsedge, Karen, May, Steve, Ayoub, Mata and Rogers, David (2015) Developing writing and speaking skills through interactive workshops. In: 37th Annual EAIR Forum Krems 2015: From Here to There: Positioning Higher Education Institutions; 30 Aug - 02 Sep 2015, Krems, Austria. (Unpublished)

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