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‘Start not, gentle reader!’: Re-reading Alicia LeFanu’s Helen Monteagle (1818) (2019)
Journal Article
Fitzer, A. (in press). ‘Start not, gentle reader!’: Re-reading Alicia LeFanu’s Helen Monteagle (1818). Romantic Textualities: Literature and Print Culture, 1780-1840,

This article is the first to re-read Helen Monteagle as a contribution to understandings of the variety of prose fiction published in the Romantic period. Its circulation in print coincided with that of Frankenstein and Northanger Abbey, and its disa... Read More about ‘Start not, gentle reader!’: Re-reading Alicia LeFanu’s Helen Monteagle (1818).

Reform and order on the Elizabethan stage: Sir Thomas More to Hamlet (2018)
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Clare, J. (2018). Reform and order on the Elizabethan stage: Sir Thomas More to Hamlet. Shakespeare Jahrbuch, 154,

Im Zuge des religious turn in Studien zur Frühen Neuzeit ist bisher die Bedeutung der Zensur für die Durchsetzung konfessioneller Konformität wenig berücksichtigt worden. Gleichzeitig haben Arbeiten zur Theaterzensur deren Bedeutung für die Gestaltun... Read More about Reform and order on the Elizabethan stage: Sir Thomas More to Hamlet.

Fashionable connections: Alicia LeFanu and writing from the edge (2018)
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Fitzer, A. M. (2018). Fashionable connections: Alicia LeFanu and writing from the edge. Romanticism, 24(2), 179-190. https://doi.org/10.3366/rom.2018.0371

This article focuses upon Alicia LeFanu (fl. 1809–36), author of several poems, six multi-volume novels, a critical biography of her grandmother, Frances Sheridan, and articles for the Court Magazine. Descended from an eminent literary family, and si... Read More about Fashionable connections: Alicia LeFanu and writing from the edge.

Joseph Skipsey, the 'peasant poet', and an unpublished letter from W. B. Yeats (2016)
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Tait, G. (2016). Joseph Skipsey, the 'peasant poet', and an unpublished letter from W. B. Yeats. Literature and History, 25(2), 134-149 . https://doi.org/10.1177/0306197316669264

This article examines an unpublished letter from Yeats to the ‘pitman-poet’ Joseph Skipsey, which gives new insight into the early career of Yeats and a deeper understanding of the possibilities and capabilities of the Victorian working-classes. It a... Read More about Joseph Skipsey, the 'peasant poet', and an unpublished letter from W. B. Yeats.

‘We do it to keep him alive’: bereaved individuals’ experiences of online suicide memorials and continuing bonds (2015)
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Bell, J., Bailey, L., & Kennedy, D. (2015). ‘We do it to keep him alive’: bereaved individuals’ experiences of online suicide memorials and continuing bonds. Mortality, 20(4), 375-389. https://doi.org/10.1080/13576275.2015.1083693

This paper presents draws on interviews with individuals who have experience of creating, maintaining and utilising Facebook sites in memory of a loved one who has died by suicide. We argue that Facebook enables the deceased to be an on-going active... Read More about ‘We do it to keep him alive’: bereaved individuals’ experiences of online suicide memorials and continuing bonds.

Continuing social presence of the dead: Exploring suicide bereavement through online memorialisation (2014)
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Bailey, L., Bell, J., & Kennedy, D. (2015). Continuing social presence of the dead: Exploring suicide bereavement through online memorialisation. The new review of hypermedia and multimedia, 21(1-2), 72-86. https://doi.org/10.1080/13614568.2014.983554

© 2014 The Author(s). The last 10 years have seen a rise in Internet sites commemorating those lost to suicide. These sites describe the life of the deceased and the afterlife of relatives, parents, friends or siblings who have been termed the "forgo... Read More about Continuing social presence of the dead: Exploring suicide bereavement through online memorialisation.

'He alone on this isotonic plain' : Robert Graves, Keidrych Rhys, Lynette Roberts, and the situation of the poet in war (2013)
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Mundye, C. (2013). 'He alone on this isotonic plain' : Robert Graves, Keidrych Rhys, Lynette Roberts, and the situation of the poet in war. Gravesiana, 3(4), 703-729

The article examines aspects of Robert Graves’s creative and personal relationship with the Anglo-Welsh modernist poets Lynette Roberts and Keidrych Rhys. Roberts and Rhys met in late 1930s bohemian London literary circles, and were married, with Dyl... Read More about 'He alone on this isotonic plain' : Robert Graves, Keidrych Rhys, Lynette Roberts, and the situation of the poet in war.