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No 21 (2010): March Review of Peter J. Conradi, ed. and introd. Iris Murdoch: A Writer at War (Letters and Diaries 1939-45). London: Short Books, 2010.  PDF
Emma Miller
 
No 33 (2016): Autumn Review of James Shapiro, 1606: William Shakespeare and the Year of Lear. London: Faber & Faber, 2015  PDF
Emily Soon
 
No 22 (2010): September Review of Ian McEwan. Solar. London: Jonathan Cape. March 2010  PDF
Matthew Griffiths
 
No 4 (2001): September Review of Crossing Boundaries: Thinking Through Literature, ed. Julie Scanlon and Amy Waste (Sheffield Academic Press, 2001)  PDF
Elizabeth A Jordan
 
No 23 (2011): September British Short Fiction Reconsidered: Two Tributes to the Short Story  PDF
Ann-Marie Einhaus
 
No 10 (2004): September Review of Superpen: The Ultimate Mobile Text Scanner (Acton MA: Wizcom Technologies Ltd., 2004). www.wizcomtech.com and www.scanningpens.co.uk. System requirements: Windows 95/NT/98/2000/XP; CD-ROM drive; 16Mb RAM; 8Mb hard disk space. £149.  PDF
Michael Huxtable
 
No 26 (2013): March Review of Michael Mack. How Literature Changes the Way We Think. London: Continuum, 2012.  PDF
Kostas Boyiopoulos
 
No 10 (2004): September Review of Gordon Rugg and Marian Petre, The Unwritten Rules of PhD Research (Maidenhead: Open University Press, 2004). xiii + 224 pp. ISBN 0-33521-344-8. £17.99 pbk, £55.00 hbk Abstract  PDF
Virginia L Sampson
 
No 26 (2013): March Review of Zadie Smith, NW. London: Penguin, 2012.  PDF
Hannah Southwell
 
No 9 (2004): March Review of Rowena Murray, How to Survive your Viva: Defending a Thesis in an Oral Examination (Maidenhead and London: Open University Press, 2003). xv + 154 pp. ISBN – 335 – 21284 – 0. £16.99.  PDF
Mary Buckingham
 
No 27 (2013): September Review of Helen Groth, Victorian Photography and Literary Nostalgia. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.  PDF
Kathy Rees
 
No 11 (2005): March Review of Rowena Murray, Writing for Academic Journals (Maidenhead: Open University Press, 2005). x + 240pp. ISBN. 0335213928. £18.99pbk.  PDF
Elizabeth Evershed
 
No 27 (2013): September Review of the Rhyme in English Poetry Conference  PDF
Nicoletta Asciuto
 
No 11 (2005): March Review of Lynne Pearce, How to Examine a Thesis (Maidenhead: McGraw-Hill; OUP, 2005). x + 120 pp. ISBN. 0-335-21442-8. £18.99pbk.  PDF
Michael Huxtable
 
No 28 (2014): March Review of Michael Lundblad, The Birth of a Jungle: Animality in Progressive-Era U.S. Literature and Culture. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2013. Abstract  PDF
Jane Kubiesa
 
No 12 (2005): September Review of Gabriele Griffin, ed. Research Methods for English Studies. Research Methods for the Arts and Humanities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2005. ISBN 0 7486 2155 5. £17.99(pbk).  PDF
Anita O'Connell
 
No 28 (2014): March Review of Jessica Pressman, Digital Modernism: Making it New in New Media. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2014.  PDF
Andy Atherton
 
No 14 (2006): September Review of Bernice E. Cullinan, Bonnie Kunzel and Deborah Wooten, eds. Continuum Encyclopaedia of Young Adult Literature  PDF
Pamela Knights
 
No 28 (2014): March Review of Thatcher and After: Margaret Thatcher and Her Afterlife in Contemporary Culture, ed. Louisa Hadley and Elizabeth Ho. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.  PDF
Antony Mullen
 
No 16 (2007): September Review of Learning to Teach in Higher Education and A Handbook for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Abstract  PDF
Alistair Brown
 
No 27 (2013): September Review of Dan Brown, Inferno. London: Bantam Press, 2013.  PDF
Heidi Yeandle
 
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