Rediscovering Marmaduke Pickthall: the man who translated the Qur’an into English.
In the first part of this feature, final year student Nicole will discuss how best ...
Moving discussions of Milton’s translation-related pursuits beyond matters of interlingual production and filling a gap ...
Who is Julian? Even though Julian is not widely discussed, her influence on literary successors ...
Dickens, Kipling and Coraline: what do they all have to do with Portsmouth?
Amy Thomson, a level 6 student in 2018/19, offers some advice about how to get ...
The highlights of studying literature at Portsmouth—from the graduates themselves!
Students from the University of Portsmouth reflect on the role and significance of literature and literary studies.
Level 4 student Emily Hopper discusses her experiences of studying literature at the University of Portsmouth.
Md. Mahmudul Hasan provides a fascinating account of the traveller and iconoclast Atiya Fyzee.
The English Literature section of SASHPL are delighted to launch the ‘Portsmouth Literature Interactive Map’ at https://litmap.nautoguide.com/#Home.
Following requests for suggested reading, and in response to our own sense of a need to keep educating ourselves, the staff and students of English Literature at Portsmouth have put together this reading list of informative works regarding ‘race’
Paraic Finnerty’s Lockdown Poetry selection is Emily Dickinson’s ‘”Hope” is the thing with feathers.’
Dr Alison Habens, Senior Lecturer in Creative Writing at the University of Portsmouth, has written a series of resources on the theory and practice of life-writing for wellbeing.
Elodie Rousselot’s ‘Lockdown Poetry’ selection is ‘Harlem’ by Langston Hughes.
Diane Warren’s lockdown reading choice is a short story by Tove Jansson.
Jessica Dyson’s Lockdown Poetry selection is Charlotte Brontё’s ‘Parting.’