THE BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL OF LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE
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Literature and Language (Online)
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General Editors, 2009-2010:
Cristina Ivanovici and Sarah Macmillan
VOLUME II, 2009
Front Matter: Special Thanks/ Table of Contents /
Susan Hunston's Foreword / General Editors' Introduction / R. J. Ellis's Welcoming Narrative Theory to the Funhouse: The 2009 International Society for the Study of Narrative Annual Conference / Emilie Vince's Salthouse
SECTION I: ARTICLES
Laura Perna, "There was something screwy going on...": The uncanny in Charles Burns's graphic novel Black Hole
Stephanie M. Schnabel, The importance of gender (transgression) in The Winter's Tale
Louise Denyer, Translation strategies for contemporary postcolonial fiction: excerpt from Small Island by Andrea Levy
Sanner Garofalo, A balance between Richard's "tongue" and Bolingbroke's "teeth": The feminine and the masculine in Richard II
Holly Prescott, Escaping the need for a visual record: The restoration of narrative in Pat Barker's Double Vision and Jon McGregor's If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things
SECTION II: REVIEWS
Gaby Thomson-Wohlgemuth, Translation under State Control: Books for Young People in the German Democratic Republic, Reviewed by Alexis A. Heit
Laurie Maguire, Helen of Troy: From Homer to Hollywood Reviewed by Deborah Kerr
SECTION III: NOTES
Dried ink and drawing paper: "Back On the Road" at The Barber Institute, Discussed by Natalie Harrigan
A meta-theatrical staging in New York City: Shakespeare's Virgin Mary allegories, Discussed by John Hudson
The Vernon Manuscript Symposium, Discussed by Anna Gottschall
The Graduate Centre for Europe Annual Interdisciplinary Conference 2009, Discussed by Tara Windsor
The Fifth Corpus Linguistics Conference 2009, Discussed by Wang Fang
A British Theatre Conference: All Together Now? British Theatre after Multiculturalism, Discussed by Heather Jeffrey
The International Poetics and Linguistics Association 2009, Discussed by Xiaocong Huang
Backmatter: Author and Artist Bios
Emilie Vince, "Salthouse 1"
Emilie Vince, "Salthouse 2"
Emilie Vince, "Salthouse 3"
Michael Rush, "Miklagard"