Postgraduate English: A Journal and Forum for Postgraduates in English

Postgraduate English is a professionally reviewed journal for postgraduate students of English. In addition to scholarly articles, we also invite book reviews, reflections on postgraduate teaching, and free-wheeling polemics on all things academic, from intramural malfeasance to the education cuts. These need not be refereed. They can be added to a burgeoning archive of material in the Forum section of the website, including interviews with academics, in which recently appointed academics discuss how they made the transition from Postgraduate to paid academic, and teaching tips and anecdotes. We are also happy to publish details of conferences or colloquia aimed at postgraduates.


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No 30 (2015): March

Table of Contents


The Paradox of the Memoir in Will Self’s Walking to Hollywood and W. G. Sebald’s The Rings of Saturn PDF
Martin Gleghorn
Ghosts on the Water: Marina Carr's reception of the Classical Underworld in her Midland Trilogy PDF
Madeleine Scherer
The Thing-Cultures of Matthew Arnold’s Culture and Anarchy and William Morris’s News from Nowhere PDF
Caroline Warner
China in Eighteenth-Century English and Irish Literature: Representations and Tensions PDF
Mengmeng Yan

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