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  • Listening-in to the long 1930s 

    Mellor, Leo (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016-12-01)
    James Barke's novel Major Operation (1936) portrays mid-1930s Glasgow. At the centre of the text is an account, polyvocal and exuberant, of a May Day march through the city: Politics, thy name is acrimony. Let's have – ...
  • Some Modern New Poets 

    Kilbride, L (Oxford University Press, 2017-03-01)
    Catching up with recent poetry publications is always a lesson in contingency. Some poets – in the cases of John Wilkinson and Peter Gizzi – have published again since September, outdating the books closest to my chair. ...
  • Reading Chaucer in New College, Oxford, in the 1630s: The Commendatory Verses to Francis Kynaston’s Amorum Troili et Creseidae 

    Knox, Philip Michael; Griffith, M; Poole, W (Society for the Study of Mediaeval Languages and Literature, 2016)
    The Latin translation of Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde by Sir Francis Kynaston or Kinaston, published in part in 1635 as Amorum Troili et Creseidæ libri duo priores Anglico-Latini (‘The two first books of the Loves of ...
  • On the East India Company vocabulary of St Helena in the late 17th and early 18th century 

    Wright, Laura Charlotte
    This article considers vocabulary occurring in the St Helena Consultations, which record court proceedings from St Helena, South Atlantic, from the late 1600s onwards, administrated by the British East India Company. As ...

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