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- ENGL 199 Introduction to university writing
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New books for English Literature
- The digital imaginary : on the emerging shapes of literary, cinematic, and database art
- Variations on dawn and dusk
- Wake, siren : Ovid resung
- David Foster Wallace and religion : essays on faith and fiction
- Dear Elizabeth.
- The oracle of Cumae
- Write moves : a creative writing guide & anthology
- Little Fortress.
- Deaf republic : poems
- The connected condition : Romanticism and the dream of communication
- Trump fiction : essays on Donald Trump in literature, film, and television
- Fatal errors, or, Poor Mary-Anne : a tale of the last century
- Topologies of the classical world in children's fiction : palimpsests, maps, and fractals
- "This mighty convulsion" : Whitman and Melville write the Civil War
- How to tell if your frog is dead : stories
- HARDY, CONRAD AND THE SENSES.
- "I" : new and selected poems
- Travelling the lost highway : poems, 2011-2018
- The eater of dreams
- The girl who stole everything : a novel
- Elizabeth Bowen : theory, thought and things
- Albatross : a novel
- War / torn
- Historians on John Gower
- Teaching Shakespeare with purpose : a student-centred approach
- Research Methodology for Master Students of Literature: Overcoming the Lure to Plagiarize with Strategies to Avoid.
- Be recorder : poems
- The court journals and letters of Frances Burney.
- SHAKESPEARES BODY LANGUAGE : shaming gestures and gender politics on the renaissance stage.
- OVID AND ADAPTATION IN EARLY MODERN ENGLISH THEATER.