[ARTICLE] The Musicalization of Graphic Narratives and the Graphic Novel Operas of P. Craig Russell, The Magic Flute and Salome

[ARTICLE] The Musicalization of Graphic Narratives and the Graphic Novel Operas of P. Craig Russell, The Magic Flute and Salome

This article has been published in issue 8.1 of Studies in Comics, which is available HERE. It won the 2017 British Association for Contemporary Literary Studies Postgraduate Essay Prize. The Judges’ statement can be read here: https://www.bacls.org/prizes/2017-winners/ ABSTRACT: The term ‘musicalization’

[ARTICLE] The ‘Greening’ of Postmodern Discourse in Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake and Graham Swift’s Waterland

[ARTICLE] The ‘Greening’ of Postmodern Discourse in Margaret Atwood’s Oryx and Crake and Graham Swift’s Waterland

Originally published in Margaret Atwood Studies, vol. 10 (December, 2016) ABSTRACT: In this article, I argue that the groundlessness associated with postmodernism is not as entrenched within its discourse as it may appear. Graham Swift’s Waterland (1992) and Margaret Atwood’s Oryx

[ARTICLE] ‘Man is the Measure’: The Individual and the Tribe in Modernist Representations of the Primitive

[ARTICLE] ‘Man is the Measure’: The Individual and the Tribe in Modernist Representations of the Primitive

Originally published in Postgraduate English, vol. 32 (March, 2016) ABSTRACT This interdisciplinary study investigates the tensions inherent within the ‘anti-modern’ element of early modernism and its relationship to Victorian and fin de siècle narratives of modernity. Using Sigmund Freud’s Totem and