Non-Standard Englishes and the New Media

Edited by Andrew Gurr

Yearbook of English Studies 25

W. S. Maney & Son Ltd for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1995  •  360pp

ISBN: 0-901286-46-X (paperback)

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Contents:

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Editorial Note
Andrew Gurr
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1-5
Preface
Andrew Gurr
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6-21
Speech and Writing: An Historical Overview
N. F. Blake
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22-40
Add Context and Stir, or, the Sadness of Grendel: Thoughts on Early Modern Orality and Literacy
Linda Woodbridge
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41-62
Scribes and Hypertext
David Burnley
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63-79
Interactive Parchment: The Theory and Practice of Medieval English Aurality
Joyce Coleman
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80-102
Transcribing Märchen for the Eye and for the Ear: Theory and Practice in the United States
William Bernard McCarthy
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103-113
Bunting's Northumbrian Tongue: Against the Monument of the Centre
Stefan Hawlin
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114-127
Fictions of Speech: Literature and the Literate Speaker in the Nineteenth-Century Novel
Lynda Mugglestone
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128-140
Dickens's Comic Speech: Inventing the Self
David Gervais
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141-155
Alien Voices from the Street: Demotic Modernism in Modern Scots Writing
Roderick Watson
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156-162
Creole in Literature: Beyond Verisimilitude: Texture and Varieties: Derek Walcott
John J. Figueroa
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163-172
'I decompose but I composing still': Derek Walcott and 'The Spoiler's Return'
John Thieme
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173-198
Tempo's Sickle: Rapping, Zapping, Toasting, and Trekking through History in Black British Drama
Keir Elam
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199-212
Representing and Interpreting Literature by Computer
David D. Miall
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213-224
The Discourse of Computer-Supported Media: Reading and Writing on Usenet
Paul Delany
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225-227
Review of Marjorie Perloff, Radical Artifice: Writing Poetry in the Age of Media
Richard Gray
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227-228
Review of Steven Connor, Theory and Cultural Value
Colin Nicholson
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228-229
Review of David Lyle Jeffrey, A Dictionary of Biblical Tradition in English Literature
David Daniell
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229-230
Review of John Guillory, Cultural Capital: The Problem of Literary Canon Formation
David Punter
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231-232
Review of Clare Regan Kinney, Strategies of Poetic Narrative: Chaucer, Spenser, Milton, Eliot
Jeremy Tambling
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232-233
Review of Susan Derwin, The Ambivalence of Form: Lukács, Freud, and the Novel
Jeremy Tambling
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233-234
Review of Carol Jacobs, Telling Time: Levi-Strauss, Ford, Lessing, Benjamin, de Man, Wordsworth, Rilke
Pat Righelato
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234-235
Review of Paul A. Bové, In the Wake of Theory
Hans Bertens
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235-236
Review of Ortwin de Graef, Serenity on Crisis: A Preface to Paul de Man, 1939-1960
Jeremy Tambling
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237-238
Review of Margaret J. M. Ezell, Writing Women's Literary History
Siv Jansson
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238-239
Review of Francis-Noël Thomas, The Writer Writing: Philosophic Acts in Literature
John Stokes
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239-241
Review of Stephanie Hollis, Anglo-Saxon Women and the Church: Sharing a Common Fate
Frances Beer
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241-242
Review of Anne L. Klinck, The Old English Elegies: A Critical Edition and Genre Study
David J. Williams
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242-244
Review of John W. Conlee, Middle English Debate Poetry: A Critical Anthology
David J. Williams
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244-245
Review of Marion Glasscoe, English Medieval Mystics: Games of Faith
Helen Phillips
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246-247
Review of Marion Glasscoe, The Medieval Mystical Tradition in England: Exeter Symposium V: Papers Read at the Devon Centre, Dartington Hall, July 1992
Frances Beer
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247-250
Review of Seth Lerer, Chaucer and His Readers: Imagining the Author in Late-Medieval England
Derek Pearsall
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250-251
Review of Barbara Nolan, Chaucer and the Tradition of the 'Roman Antique'
Nick Havely
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251-252
Review of Barry Windeatt, Troilus and Criseyde
John M. Fyler
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252-254
Review of Richard Barber, Arthurian Literature, XI
John Withrington
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254-255
Review of David Mills, The Chester Mystery Cycle: A New Edition with Modernised Spelling
Peter Meredith
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255-256
Review of Hans-Jürgen Diller, Frances Wessels, The Middle English Mystery Play: A Study in Dramatic Speech and Form
Peter Meredith
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257
Review of Clifford Davidson, John H. Stroupe, Iconographic and Comparative Studies in Medieval Drama
Peter Meredith
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257-258
Review of Michael Bath, John Manning, Alan R. Young, The Art of the Emblem: Essays in Honor of Karl Josef Höltgen
C. W. R. D. Moseley
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258-259
Review of Michael Leslie, Timothy Raylor, Culture and Cultivation in Early Modern England: Writing and the Land
Thomas Woodman
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259-260
Review of Paul Whitfield White, Theatre and Reformation: Protestantism, Patronage, and Playing in Tudor England
Greg Walker
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260-261
Review of William Ingram, The Business of Playing: The Beginnings of the Adult Professional Theatre in Elizabethan London
John Orrell
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261-262
Review of Michael R. G. Spiller, The Development of the Sonnet: An Introduction
Thomas Healy
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262-264
Review of Elizabeth D. Harvey, Ventriloquized Voices: Feminist Theory and English Renaissance Texts
Jeanne Addison Roberts
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264-265
Review of S. P. Cerasano, Marion Wynne-Davies, Gloriana's Face: Women, Public and Private, in the English Renaissance
Anthea Hume
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265-266
Review of Richard Rambuss, Spenser's Secret Career
Andrew Hadfield
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266-267
Review of Donna B. Hamilton, Shakespeare and the Politics of Protestant England
Anthea Hume
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267-268
Review of Douglas Bruster, Drama and the Market in the Age of Shakespeare
John D. Cox
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268-269
Review of Jay L. Halio, William Shakespeare, The Tragedy of King Lear
MacD. P. Jackson
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270-271
Review of R. A. Foakes, 'Hamlet' versus 'Lear': Cultural Politics and Shakespeare's Art
Line Pouchard
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271-272
Review of David Haley, Shakespeare's Courtly Mirror: Reflexivity and Prudence in 'All's Well That Ends Well'
Peggy Muñoz Simonds
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272-273
Review of Boika Sokolova, Shakespeare's Romances as Interrogative Texts: Their Alienation Strategies and Ideology
C. B. Hardman
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273-274
Review of Peggy Muñoz Simonds, Myth, Emblem, and Music in Shakespeare's 'Cymbeline': An Iconographic Reconstruction
Marion Lomax
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274-276
Review of Gary Taylor, John Jowett, Shakespeare Reshaped, 1606-1623
MacD. P. Jackson
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276-278
Review of Michael Dobson, The Making of the National Poet: Shakespeare, Adaptation and Authorship, 1660-1769
Margreta de Grazia
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278-279
Review of Samuel Crowl, Shakespeare Observed: Studies in Performance on Stage and Screen
Russell Jackson
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279-280
Review of William Flesch, Generosity and the Limits of Authority: Shakespeare, Herbert, Milton
Thomas Healy
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280-281
Review of Barbara Kiefer Lewalski, Writing Women in Jacobean England
Anna Beer
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281-284
Review of John T. Shawcross, John Milton: The Self and the World; Lucy Newlyn, 'Paradise Lost' and the Romantic Reader
Martin Dzelzainis
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284-285
Review of Thomas M. Davis, A Reading of Edward Taylor
Henry Claridge
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285-287
Review of Peter Beal, Index of English Literary Manuscripts. Vol. II. 1625-1700. Part 2. Lee--Wycherley
Keith Walker
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287-288
Review of Phillip Harth, Pen for a Party: Dryden's Tory Propaganda in Its Contexts
James Ogden
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288-289
Review of Marianne Thormählen, Rochester: The Poems in Context
Keith Walker
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289-291
Review of Ros Ballaster, Seductive Forms: Women's Amatory Fiction from 1684 to 1740
John Richetti
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291-292
Review of Laura Brown, Ends of Empire: Women and Ideology in Early Eighteenth-Century English Literature
Carolyn D. Williams
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292-293
Review of Carolyn D. Williams, Pope, Homer, and Manliness: Some Aspects of Eighteenth-Century Classical Learning
David Fairer
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293
Review of Gregory C. Colomb, Designs on Truth: The Poetics of the Augustan Mock-Epic
Brean Hammond
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294
Review of Lincoln B. Faller, Crime and Defoe: A New Kind of Writing
Brean Hammond
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295
Review of Robert Crawford, Devolving English Literature
Alan Riach
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296-297
Review of Robert DeMaria, Jr., The Life of Samuel Johnson: A Critical Biography
Allan Ingram
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297-298
Review of Pat Rogers, Samuel Johnson, James Boswell, Johnson and Boswell in Scotland: A Journey to the Hebrides
Allan Ingram
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298-299
Review of Edward A. Bloom, Lillian D. Bloom, Hester Lynch Piozzi, The Piozzi Letters. Correspondence of Hester Lynch Piozzi, 1784-1821. Volume 3. 1799-1804
Allan Ingram
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299-300
Review of Morris Eaves, The Counter-Arts Conspiracy: Art and Industry in the Age of Blake
Brian Wilkie
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300-301
Review of Steven Goldsmith, Unbuilding Jerusalem: Apocalypse and Romantic Representation
Catherine Maxwell
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301-302
Review of David Worrall, Radical Culture: Discourse, Resistance and Surveillance, 1790-1820
John Lucas
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302-303
Review of James Butler, Karen Green, William Wordsworth, 'Lyrical Ballads' and Other Poems, 1797-1800 by William Wordsworth
Jonathan Bate
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303-304
Review of Pamela Clemit, The Godwinian Novel: The Rational Fictions of Godwin, Brockden Brown, Mary Shelley
Allan Ingram
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304-305
Review of Anne D. Wallace, Walking, Literature, and English Culture: The Origins and Uses of Peripatetic in the Nineteenth Century
David Punter
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305-307
Review of John Rignall, Realist Fiction and the Strolling Spectator
David Punter
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307-309
Review of Leona Toker, Eloquent Reticence: Withholding Information in Fictional Narrative
Pamela Knights
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309-310
Review of Ian Duncan, Modern Romance and Transformations of the Novel: The Gothic, Scott, Dickens
David H. Richter
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310-311
Review of Janet Gezari, Charlotte Brontë and Defensive Conduct: The Author and the Body at Risk
Siv Jansson
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311-312
Review of George Miller, Hugoe Matthews, Richard Jefferies: A Bibliographical Study
Joseph Natoli
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312-313
Review of Tony Tanner, Venice Desired
Rosa Maria Colombo
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314-315
Review of Adeline R. Tintner, Henry James and the Lust of the Eyes: Thirteen Artists in His Work
Nicola Bradbury
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315-317
Review of Bruce Henricksen, Nomadic Voices: Conrad and the Subject of Narrative
David Punter
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317-318
Review of Anne Fernihough, D. H. Lawrence: Aesthetics and Ideology
Macdonald Daly
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318-320
Review of Vincent Sherry, Ezra Pound, Wyndham Lewis, and Radical Modernism
Robert Casillo
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320-321
Review of Dario Calimani, Fuori dall'Eden: Teatro Inglese Moderno
Margaret Rose
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321
Review of Guy Willoughby, Art and Christhood: The Aesthetics of Oscar Wilde
John Stokes
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322-323
Review of Adrian Caesar, Taking It like a Man: Suffering, Sexuality and the War Poets. Brooke, Sassoon, Owen, Graves
Sebastian D. G. Knowles
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323-324
Review of Randall Stevenson, Modernist Fiction: An Introduction
Clare Hanson
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324-325
Review of Peggy Phelan, Unmarked: The Politics of Performance
Diana Devlin
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325-326
Review of Jerome McGann, Black Riders: The Visible Language of Modernism
Stephen Matterson
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326-327
Review of Bernard Bergonzi, Wartime and Aftermath: English Literature and Its Background 1939-1960
Peter Faulkner
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327-328
Review of W. N. Herbert, To Circumjack MacDiarmid: The Poetry and Prose of Hugh MacDiarmid
Alan Riach
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328-330
Review of Rubin Rabinovitz, Innovation in Samuel Beckett's Fiction
John Pilling
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330-331
Review of Christopher Ricks, Beckett's Dying Words
John Pilling
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331-332
Review of Susan R. Van Dyne, Revising Life: Sylvia Plath's Ariel Poems
Stephen Matterson
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332-333
Review of Michael Parker, Seamus Heaney: The Making of the Poet
Sidney Burris
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333-334
Review of Jerome Loving, Lost in the Customhouse: Authorship in the American Renaissance
James Hurt
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334-336
Review of T. Walter Herbert, Dearest Beloved: The Hawthornes and the Making of the Middle-Class Family
Douglas Anderson
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336-337
Review of Ann-Janine Morey, Religion and Sexuality in American Literature
Helen Carr
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337-338
Review of Donald Pizer, The Theory and Practice of American Literary Naturalism: Selected Essays and Reviews
R. W. (Herbie) Butterfield
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338-339
Review of Diane Price Herndl, Invalid Women: Figuring Feminine Illness in American Fiction and Culture, 1840-1940
Margaret Dickie
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339-341
Review of Thomas S. Gladsky, Princes, Peasants, and Other Polish Selves: Ethnicity in American Literature
A. Robert Lee
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341-342
Review of Philip Young, The Private Melville
R. W. (Herbie) Butterfield
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342-343
Review of James W. Tuttleton, Kristin O. Lauer, Margaret P. Murray, Edith Wharton: The Contemporary Reviews
Janet Beer Goodwyn
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343-344
Review of Philip C. Kolin, Confronting Tennessee Williams's a Streetcar Named Desire: Essays in Critical Pluralism
Diana Devlin
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344-346
Review of John Cullen Gruesser, White on Black: Contemporary Literature about Africa
Stefan Hawlin
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346-347
Review of C. C. Barfoot, Theo D'Haen, Shades of Empire: In Colonial and Post-Colonial Literatures
Angela Smith
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347-348
Review of Nathaniel Mackey, Discrepant Engagement: Dissonance, Cross-Culturality and Experimental Writing
Alan Rice
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348-349
Review of M. Wynn Thomas, Internal Difference: Twentieth-Century Writing in Wales
Tony Conran
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349-350
Review of David Ketterer, Canadian Science Fiction and Fantasy
Coral Ann Howells
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Gurr, Andrew (ed.), Non-Standard Englishes and the New Media (= Yearbook of English Studies, 25.1 (1995))

First footnote reference: 35 Non-Standard Englishes and the New Media, ed. by Andrew Gurr (= Yearbook of English Studies, 25.1 (1995)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Gurr, p. 47.

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Gurr, Andrew (ed.). 1995. Non-Standard Englishes and the New Media (= Yearbook of English Studies, 25.1)

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