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Rereading Ruins: Edmund Spenser and Scottish Presbyterianism (2020)
Book Chapter
Mottram, S. (2020). Rereading Ruins: Edmund Spenser and Scottish Presbyterianism. In A. Walsham, B. Wallace, C. Law, & B. Cummings (Eds.), Memory and the English Reformation (223-237). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press

With a focus on Edmund Spenser, this chapter explores representations of ruined monasteries within (New) English protestant writing of c.1590-1642. Monastic ruins are visible mnemonics of British-Irish reformation, and protestants express surprisingl... Read More about Rereading Ruins: Edmund Spenser and Scottish Presbyterianism.

D.H. Lawrence and the 'Insidious mastery of song' (2013)
Journal Article
Jones, B. (2013). D.H. Lawrence and the 'Insidious mastery of song'. D. H. Lawrence studies, 20(2), 155-175

This article initially considers possible approaches to the analysis of musical influences on Lawrence and his literary work. The unique method adopted in this particular study is then highlighted: it involves a "practical" or analytical approach to... Read More about D.H. Lawrence and the 'Insidious mastery of song'.

Imagining Vínland : George Mackay Brown and the literature of the New World (2013)
Journal Article
Arnold, M. (2013). Imagining VĂ­nland : George Mackay Brown and the literature of the New World. Journal of the North Atlantic, Special volume 4, 199-206. https://doi.org/10.3721/037.004.sp404

This essay looks at George Mackay Brown's novel of 1992, Vinland, in the context of nineteenth- and twentieth-century “foundation myth” literature inspired by the Viking discovery of North America as originally recounted in medieval Icelandic sagas.... Read More about Imagining Vínland : George Mackay Brown and the literature of the New World.