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Submissions from 2018

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Review of the books The Edinburgh Companion to Atlantic Literary Studies, by L. E. Eckel & C. F. Elliott (Eds.) and Teaching Transatlanticism: Resources for Teaching Nineteenth-Century Anglo-American Print Culture, by L. K. Hughes and S. R. Robbins (Eds.), Robert Morace

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The Meaning of Settler Realism: (De)Mystifying Frontiers in the Postcolonial Historical Novel, Hamish Dalley

Submissions from 2017

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Decomposing the Gothic Body in Castle Rackrent, Nancy Marck Cantwell

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"Keeping the Past Present": Time and the Shifting Bog in Bram Stoker’s The Snake’s Pass, Nancy Marck Cantwell

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New Directions in Rushdie Studies (Editorial), Ana Christina Mendes and Charlie Wesley

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Salman Rushdie's Authorial Self-Fashioning in Joseph Anton, Charlie Wesley

Submissions from 2016

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The Deaths of Settler Colonialism: Extinction as a Metaphor of Decolonisation in Contemporary Settler Literature, Hamish Dalley

Submissions from 2015

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The Question of “Solidarity” in Postcolonial Trauma Fiction: Beyond the Recognition Principle, Hamish Dalley

Submissions from 2014

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In Defence of “the Lesser Cousin of History”: An Interview with Rohan Wilson, Hamish Dalley and Rohan Wilson

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Postcolonialism and the Historical Novel: Epistemologies of Contemporary Realism, Hamish Dalley

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Ulka Anjaria's Realism in the Twentieth-Century Indian Novel: Colonial Difference and Literary Form (review), Hamish Dalley

Submissions from 2013

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Deborah Shapple's British Colonial Realism in Africa: Inalienable Objects, Contested Domains (review), Hamish Dalley

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The Idea of “Third Generation Nigerian Literature”: Conceptualizing Historical Change and Territorial Affiliation in the Contemporary Nigerian Novel, Hamish Dalley

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Trauma Theory and Nigerian Civil War Literature: Speaking “Something That Was Never in Words” in Chris Abani’s Song for Night, Hamish Dalley

Submissions from 2012

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The Continuum of the World Corrected": Allegorical Form and (Trans)National Communities in the Historical Fiction of Witi Ihimaera, Hamish Dalley

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Timothy Bewes' The Event of Postcolonial Shame (review), Hamish Dalley