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Fulham 878–79: a new consideration of Viking manoeuvres (2012)
Journal Article
Baker, J., & Brookes, S. (2012). Fulham 878–79: a new consideration of Viking manoeuvres. Viking and Medieval Scandinavia, 8, doi:10.1484/J.VMS.1.103193

This paper uses evidence from a variety of disciplines in order to re-evaluate an apparently enigmatic event reported in several early sources – the landing of a Viking force at Fulham in 878. It examines the vocabulary of written accounts of their a... Read More

Canonising the Shakespeare apocrypha: Shakespeare, Middleton and co-existent canons (2012)
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Kirwan, P. (2012). Canonising the Shakespeare apocrypha: Shakespeare, Middleton and co-existent canons. Literature Compass, 9(8), doi:10.1111/j.1741-4113.2012.00898.x

The Shakespeare Apocrypha has persisted as a category for plays of dubious authorship since 1908. Despite recent calls for this group to be dissolved, it persists as the “other” of the Shakespeare canon. The definition of the plays as a collectively... Read More

A moment of transformative learning: creating a disorientating dilemma for a health care student using video feedback (2012)
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James, D. M., Collins, L. C., & Samoylova, E. (2012). A moment of transformative learning: creating a disorientating dilemma for a health care student using video feedback. Journal of Transformative Education, 10(4), doi:10.1177/1541344613480562

This study describes a moment during clinical supervision when a student speech and language therapist reported that she had a moment of illumination that changed her trajectory from failing her clinical placement to passing it. The student’s self-re... Read More

Dickens, the suspended quotation and the corpus (2012)
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Mahlberg, M., & Smith, C. (2012). Dickens, the suspended quotation and the corpus. Language and Literature, 21(1), doi:10.1177/0963947011432058

This article presents a computer-assisted approach to the study of character discourse in Dickens. It focuses on the concept of the ‘suspended quotation’ – the interruption of a character’s speech by at least five words of narrator text. After an out... Read More

The processing of formulaic language (2012)
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Conklin, K., & Schmitt, N. (2012). The processing of formulaic language. Annual Review of Applied Linguistics, 32, doi:10.1017/S0267190512000074

It is generally accepted that we store representations of individual words in our mental lexicon. There is growing agreement that the lexicon also contains formulaic language (How are you? kick the bucket). In fact, there are compelling reasons to th... Read More

The Shakespeare apocrypha and canonical expansion in the marketplace (2012)
Journal Article
Kirwan, P. (2012). The Shakespeare apocrypha and canonical expansion in the marketplace

An essay is presented on the marketing of William Shakespeare's literary works. It offers a discussion on the process of canonization and examines the theatrical production "Double Falsehood," by Lewis Theobald. The author also reflects on the critic... Read More

John Buchan’s amicable anti-modernism (2012)
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Waddell, N. (2012). John Buchan’s amicable anti-modernism. Journal of Modern Literature, 35(2), doi:10.2979/jmodelite.35.2.64

This article considers the novelist John Buchan’s changing responses to literary modernism in the inter-war period. It argues that although Buchan has generally been taken as a straightforward opponent of modernist writing, careful study of his oeuvr... Read More

文学认知研究的精妙科学 = Wen xue ren zhi yan jiu de jing miao ke xue (2012)
Journal Article
Stockwell, P. (2012). 文学认知研究的精妙科学 = Wen xue ren zhi yan jiu de jing miao ke xue

This paper reviews some key issues in the current study of cognitive poetics. It first explores the range of cognitive poetics,emphasizing the centrality of textuality and texture in cognitive poetics. Then it follows to outline different approac... Read More