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Key issues: religious belief (2014)
Book Chapter
Jones, M. R. (2014). Key issues: religious belief. In M. Dimmock, A. Hadfield, & A. Shinn (Eds.), The Ashgate research companion to popular culture in early modern EnglandTaylor & Francis (Routledge)

Cognitive poetics (2014)
Book Chapter
Harrison, C., & Stockwell, P. (2014). Cognitive poetics. In J. Taylor, & J. Littlemore (Eds.), The Bloomsbury companion to cognitive linguisticsBloomsbury Academic

"An infinitude of Possible Worlds": towards a research method for hypertext fiction (2014)
Journal Article
Jordan, S. (2014). "An infinitude of Possible Worlds": towards a research method for hypertext fiction. International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 11(3), doi:10.1080/14790726.2014.932390

While the investigation of creative writing as a research method is gathering apace, little work has been done into the specific case of hypertext fiction (fiction written through a digital medium). This paper argues that, while there remain certain... Read More about "An infinitude of Possible Worlds": towards a research method for hypertext fiction.

Urban spaces, fragmented consciousness, and indecipherable meaning in Mrs Dalloway (2014)
Book Chapter
Harrison, A. (2014). Urban spaces, fragmented consciousness, and indecipherable meaning in Mrs Dalloway. In N. Allen, & D. Simmons (Eds.), Reassessing the twentieth-century canon: from Joseph Conrad to Zadie SmithPalgrave Macmillan

This essay discusses the importance of urban spaces in Virginia Woolf's Mrs Dalloway, linking them to central themes in the novel (including the fragmented consciousness of the characters, and withheld - or only partially understood - meaning).

Transformations of Byron in the literature of British India (2014)
Journal Article
Ni Fhlathuin, M. (2014). Transformations of Byron in the literature of British India. Victorian Literature and Culture, 42(3), 573-593. doi:10.1017/S1060150314000151

This essay examines the reception of Byron’s work, and some responses to it, among the poets of the British community in India during the first half of the nineteenth century. The first section sketches some of the routes by which Byron’s work and a... Read More about Transformations of Byron in the literature of British India.

CANELC: constructing an e-language corpus (2014)
Journal Article
Knight, D., Adolphs, S., & Carter, R. (2014). CANELC: constructing an e-language corpus. Corpora, 9(1), doi:10.3366/cor.2014.0050

This paper reports on the construction of CANELC: the Cambridge and Nottingham e-language Corpus.3 CANELC is a one million word corpus of digital communication in English, taken from online discussion boards, blogs, tweets, emails and SMS messages. T... Read More about CANELC: constructing an e-language corpus.

Atmosphere and tone (2014)
Book Chapter
Stockwell, P. (2014). Atmosphere and tone. In S. Whiteley, & P. Stockwell (Eds.), The Cambridge handbook of stylisticsCambridge University Press

"Not an idle spectator": Geoffrey Hill as model reviewer (2014)
Journal Article
Vincent, B. (2014). "Not an idle spectator": Geoffrey Hill as model reviewer. Diogenes, 60(1), doi:10.1177/0392192113520095

Geoffrey Hill’s prose has prompted longstanding critical controversy, much of which turns on the perceived difficulty, intransigence and anachronism of his oeuvre as a whole. This paper proposes that new ways to navigate this controversy can be found... Read More about "Not an idle spectator": Geoffrey Hill as model reviewer.

Jumping from the highest graded readers to ungraded novels: four case studies (2014)
Journal Article
Uden, J., Schmitt, D., & Schmitt, N. (2014). Jumping from the highest graded readers to ungraded novels: four case studies

This study follows a small group of learners in the UK to the end of a graded reading program using the Cambridge Readers and investigates whether this particular graded reading series provides a bridge to reading unsimplified novels for pleasure. Th... Read More about Jumping from the highest graded readers to ungraded novels: four case studies.

Runes (2014)
Book
Findell, M. (2014). Runes. British Museum

"You have no voice!": Constructing reputation through contemporaries in the Shakespeare biopic (2014)
Journal Article
Kirwan, P. (2014). "You have no voice!": Constructing reputation through contemporaries in the Shakespeare biopic. Shakespeare Bulletin, 32(1), doi:10.1353/shb.2014.0009

This article addresses the construction of Shakespearean reputation and legacy in contemporary film through re-evaluation of the much-derided Anonymous (Roland Emmerich, 2011), in addition to John Madden's Shakespeare in Love (1998). In both films, t... Read More about "You have no voice!": Constructing reputation through contemporaries in the Shakespeare biopic.

Singular perception, multiple perspectives through we: constructing intersubjective meaning in English and German (2014)
Book Chapter
Whitt, R. J. (2014). Singular perception, multiple perspectives through we: constructing intersubjective meaning in English and German. In T. Pavlidou (Ed.), Constructing collectivity: 'we' across languages and contextsJohn Benjamins. doi:10.1075/pbns.239

This paper presents the results of a corpus-based investigation of the role of the first-person plural pronoun in the construction of intersubjective meaning among evidential perception verbs in written and spoken English and German (mainly written).... Read More about Singular perception, multiple perspectives through we: constructing intersubjective meaning in English and German.

‘The Cries of Pagan Desperation’: Synge, Riders to the Sea and the discontents of historical time (2014)
Journal Article
Collins, C. (2014). ‘The Cries of Pagan Desperation’: Synge, Riders to the Sea and the discontents of historical time

This essay considers Synge’s staging of the caoine (keen) in Riders to the Sea(1904). It argues that the caoine in Riders to the Sea is not simply an aesthetic and unethical fetishization of pre-Christian cultural residue predicated on class insecuri... Read More about ‘The Cries of Pagan Desperation’: Synge, Riders to the Sea and the discontents of historical time.

Introduction: the rest is history (2014)
Book Chapter
Collins, C., & Caulfield, M. P. (2014). Introduction: the rest is history. In M. P. Caulfield, & C. Collins (Eds.), Ireland, memory and performing the historical imaginationPalgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/9781137362186

Christian Vikings: Norsemen in Western Europe in the 12th century (2014)
Book Chapter
Jesch, J. (2014). Christian Vikings: Norsemen in Western Europe in the 12th century. In A. Musin, & P. Bauduin (Eds.), Vers l'Orient et vers l'Occident: regards croisés sur les dynamiques et les transferts culturels des Vikings à la Rous ancienne = Eastwards and Westwards: multiple perspectives on the dynamics and cultural transfers from the vikings to the early Rus'Presses universitaires de Caen

From the late 11th century onwards, northern Europeans were also infected with the crusading spirit that swept the whole of Europe. With their knowledge of the East, their military abilities and experience, and their relatively new enthusiasm for Chr... Read More about Christian Vikings: Norsemen in Western Europe in the 12th century.

Further letters of D.H. Lawrence (2014)
Journal Article
Worthen, J., & Harrison, A. (2014). Further letters of D.H. Lawrence

[Letters by D.H. Lawrence, edited and translated by John Worthen and Andrew Harrison.]

Invisible enemies (2014)
Book Chapter
Lee, C. (2014). Invisible enemies. In C. Lee, & S. Crawford (Eds.), Social Dimensions of Medieval Disease and DisabilityArchaeopress