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THE BIRMINGHAM JOURNAL OF LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE



© The Birmingham Journal of
Literature and Language
(Online)
ISSN 1756-4689

Questions? Comments? Submissions?
General Editors, 2007-2008:
Laura Hilton and Joshua McEvilla

VOLUME I, ISSUE I, 2008
Front Matter: Special Thanks/ Table of Contents /
Stanley Wells's Foreword / General Editors' Introduction


SECTION I: ARTICLES
Stephen Wittek, A Brief History Of Deconstruction in Shakespeare Criticism
John Tepe, Memory Undead: Vision, Space, and Text
in Bram Stoker's Dracula

John Goss, Robert Bage: Birth and Parentage
Anna Gotteschall, Textual Provenance Through The Male
and Female Names in The Findern Manuscript

Jami Rogers, Munch Ado, Sicilian Style
Wang Fang, A Corpus-Based Analysis of the Lexical Item
"International Community"


SECTION II: NOTES AND REVIEWS
Natalie Aldred, On Editorial Work; or, Some Baffling Words in
William Haughton's English-men for my Money

Pericles Lewis, The Cambridge Introduction to Modernism
Reviewed by Nathan Joseph Waddell

Peter Swirski, From Lowbrow to Nobrow
Reviewed by Lisa Cheung

Vendela Vida, Let the Northern Lights Erase Your Name
Reviewed by Eleni Chelioti

The Third Annual Quadrivium Symposium,
Discussed by Scott Anderson

A Staged Reading of Nahum Tate's King Lear,
Discussed by Joseph Curdy

Backmatter: Author and Artist Bios

ARTWORK
Jacky Chan, "Loose Button"
Ana Istance Perez, "Fai Schifo"
Hannah Davis, "Untitled"
Laurie-anne Wright, "Untitled"
BJLL INDEX BJLL 2008 Editorial Board