THE BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL OF LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE
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General Editors, 2007-2008:
Laura Hilton and Joshua McEvilla
VOLUME I, ISSUE II, 2008
Front Matter: Special Thanks/ Table of Contents /
Deborah Parson's Foreword / General Editors' Introduction
SECTION I: ARTICLES
Nathan Waddell, Pathology in John Buchan's The Thirty-nine Steps
Ian Hughes, "See Here In Bloody Lines I Have Set Down,
And What Is Written Shall Be Executed":
The Effects Of Reported And On-Stage Violence
Jo Collins, The Ethnic Shadow: Jung, Dreams And The Colonial Other
Emma Moreton, Restoring The History Of The Subaltern:
A Corpus-Informed Study Of The Narrative Of Mary Prince
Dong-ha Seo, What Can Elizabethan Pamphlets and Ballads Tell us
About Elizabethan Military Culture?
SECTION II: REVIEWS
David Crystal, Txtng: The gr8 db8 , Reviewed by Caroline Tagg
Stephen Bann (ed.), The Coral Mind: Adrian Stokes' Engagement with
Art Histoy, Criticsm, Architecture and Psychoanalysis, Reviewed by Daniel Moore
Thomas E. Warternberg and Angela Curran (eds.), The Philosophy of Film,
Reviewed by Lucy E. Fraser
Michael Hoey, Michaela Mahlberg, Michael Stubbs, and Wolfgang Teubert,
Text, Discourse and Corpora , Reviewed by Laura Strakova
Peter, Swirski (ed.), All Roads Lead to the American City , Reviewed by Lisa Cheung
SECTION III: NOTES
The Official Launch of the BJLL, Discussed by Sarah Macmillan
Universitas 21 Conference on Water, Discussed by Maimaiti Yasheng
Risky Business at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, 2008, Discussed by Victoria Grainger
The Royal Shakespeare Company's Histories Cycle, Discussed by Deborah Kerr
Dr Jung Chang Graduate School Lecture , Discussed by Sarah Parker
Backmatter: Author and Artist Bios
Denise Wilson, "Painting 4a"
John Crossley, "Dry Land"
Hannah Davis, "Untitled"
Danny Pardoe, "All Nightmare Long"
Gordon Wallace, "Brutalist/Vorticist Image #9"