Items where Research Area is "English language and literature"

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Baron, Adam (2019) You won't believe this. Glasgow, UK : HarperCollins. 400p. ISBN 9780008267049

Baverstock, Alison and Steinitz, Jackie (2019) What President Trump has shown us about choosing a subject for political biography. Logos, 30(2), pp. 7-11. ISSN (print) 0957-9656

Baverstock, Alison and Steinitz, Jackie (2019) What makes a writer? How do early influences shape, and working habits develop, those who write? Publishing Research Quarterly, 35(3), pp. 327-351. ISSN (print) 1053-8801

Baverstock, Alison (2019) Who takes legal responsibility for published work? Why both an understanding and lived experience of copyright are becoming increasingly important to writers. In: Jeffries, Janis and Kember, Sarah, (eds.) Whose book is it anyway? A view from elsewhere on publishing, copyright and creativity. [Cambridge, U.K.] : Open Book Publishers. pp. 105-128. ISBN 9781783746491

Botting, Fred (2019) Dark materialism : Gothic objects, commodities and things. In: Hogle, Jerrold E. and Miles, Robert, (eds.) The Gothic and theory. Edinburgh, U.K. : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 240-259. ISBN 9781474427777

Botting, Fred (2019) Flutter, fracture and froth : event, object and act of metaphor in M. John Harrison. In: Bould, Mark and Williams, Rhys, (eds.) M John Harrison : critical essays. Canterbury, U.K. : Gylphi. pp. 231-249. ISBN 9781780240770

Botting, Fred (2019) Infinite monstrosity : justice, terror and trauma in Frankenstein in Baghdad. Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, 30(1), ISSN (print) 0897-0521

Brown, Simon (2019) Stephen King’s Full Dark No Stars (2010) – Stephen King. In: Bacon, Simon, (ed.) Horror: a Companion. Oxford : Peter Lang. pp. 235-240. ISBN 9781787079199

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Carston, Robyn, Clark, Billy and Scott, Kate (2019) Introduction. In: Scott, Kate , Clark, Billy and Carston, Robyn, (eds.) Relevance, Pragmatics and Interpretation. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. pp. 1-10. ISBN 9781108418638

Coultas, Valerie and Booth, Paul (2019) Exploratory talk and task-based learning : a case study of a student's learning journey on an MA (Education) English Language Teaching course. Changing English, 26(1), pp. 30-47. ISSN (print) 1358-684X

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Dines, Martin (2019) 'Is it a queer book?' : re-reading the 1950s homosexual novel. In: Bentley, Nick , Ferrebe, Alice and Hubble, Nick, (eds.) The 1950s : a decade of modern British fiction. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 111-140. (The decades series) ISBN 9781350011519

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Ely, Peter Matthew Kieran (2019) The politics of community in contemporary British fiction. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

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Ferrari, Diego (2019) Photography : The paradoxical nature of the line : Minerals : The body as landscape. In: Bell, Julia, (ed.) Climate. London, U.K. : Birkbeck College. pp. 155-168. (The Mechanics Institute Review, no. 16) (In Press)

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Horner, Avril (2019) Gothic and surrealism : subculture, counterculture and cultural assimilation. In: Punter, David, (ed.) The Edinburgh companion to Gothic and the arts. Edinburgh, UK : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 148-158. ISBN 9781474432351

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Jensen, Margaret and Campbell, Siobhan (2019) Negotiated truths and iterative practice in action : the Women in Conflict expressive life writing project. In: Douglas, Kate and Barnwell, Ashley, (eds.) Research Methodologies for Auto/Biography Studies. New York, NY : Routledge. pp. 149-160. (Routledge Auto/Biography Studies) ISBN 9780367255688

Jensen, Margaret (2019) The art and science of trauma and the autobiographical : negotiated truths. Basingstoke, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. 299p. (Palgrave Studies in Life Writing) ISBN 9783030061067

Jensen, Meg (2019) Speaking trauma and history : the collective voice of testimonial literature. In: Hammond, Andrew, (ed.) The Palgrave Handbook of Cold War Literature. London, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. (In Press)

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Lambrou, Marina (2019) Disnarration and the unmentioned in fact and fiction. London, U.K. : Palgrave Macmillan. 140p. ISBN 9781137507778

Lambrou, Marina (2019) 'La La Land' : counterfactuality, disnarration and the forked (motorway) path. In: Page, Ruth , Busse, Beatrix and Norgaard, Nina, (eds.) Rethinking language, text and context : interdisciplinary research in stylistics in honour of Michael Toolan. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. (Routledge Studies in Rhetoric and Stylistics) ISBN 9780815395768

Lane, Chloe, Van Herwegen, Jo and Freeth, Megan (2019) Parent-reported communication abilities of children with Sotos syndrome : evidence from the Children’s Communication Checklist-2. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 49(4), pp. 1475-1483. ISSN (print) 0162-3257

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Maude, Kulwinder, Allen, Mick and Briten, Elizabeth (2019) Is teaching of early reading through Phonics (SSP) enough to develop reading comprehension in children with English as an Additional Language? In: 10th TEAN Conference : Celebrating the Inspiration of the Professional Teacher Educator; 09-10 May 2019, Brimingham, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Miles, Cressida (2019) Beyond black British writing: the magical realism of Bernardine Evaristo and Helen Oyeyemi. (MA(R) thesis), Kingston University, .

Miller, James (2019) James Baldwin's Black Power : 'No Name in the Street', Fanon, Camus, and the Black Panthers. In: Craven, Alice Mikal , Dow, William E. and Nakamura, Yoko, (eds.) Of Latitudes Unknown: James Baldwin's Radical Imagination. Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 177-193. ISBN 9781501337710

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Obukadeta, Peter (2019) Collocations in a Learner English Corpus : analysis of Yoruba-speaking Nigerian English learners' use of collocations. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

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Read, Daniel (2019) The problem of evil and the fiction and philosophy of Iris Murdoch. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

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Scarsi, Selene (2019) "Did Ariosto write it?" : the Orlando Furioso in Elizabethan poetry. In: Marrapodi, Michele, (ed.) The Routledge research companion to Anglo-Italian renaissance literature and culture. Abingdon, UK : Routledge. pp. 160-176. ISBN 9781472410733

Scott, Kate (2019) Misleading and relevance in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night. In: Chapman, Siobhan and Clark, Billy, (eds.) Pragmatics and Literature. Amsterdam, The Netherlands : John Benjamins. pp. 94-114. (Linguistic Approaches to Literature, no. 35) ISSN (print) 1569-3112 ISBN 9789027204448 (In Press)

Scott, Kate (2019) Relevance theory and layering in dramatic works. In: Pragmatics and literature : a study day at the University of Sussex; 22 Feb 2019, Brighton, U.K.. (Unpublished)

Scott, Kate , Clark, Billy and Carston, Robyn, eds. (2019) Relevance, pragmatics and interpretation. Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press. 326p. ISBN 9781108418638

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Van Elferen, Isabella (2019) Gothic and contemporary music : dark sound, dark mood, dark aesthetics. In: Punter, David, (ed.) The Edinburgh Companion to Gothic and the Arts. Edinburgh, UK : Edinburgh University Press. pp. 229-242. ISBN 9781474432351

Veeder, Sarah Marshall (2019) At home abroad : an exploration into the genres of expatriate literature. (PhD thesis), Kingston University, .

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Wortham, Simon (2019) Hope : the politics of optimism. London, U.K. : Bloomsbury Academic. 192p. ISBN 9781350105294

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