First year literature student, Chloe, gives four useful tips for getting the most out of your reading time!
Madness, martyrdom and misogyny: does language hold the potential to disrupt and contract authority?
Going beyond the ‘magicians code’, Beatrice takes us deeper into the bizarre rabbit holes of Magic Studies.
Is crime writing an appropriate form of Holocaust literature? Christine Berberich unfolds this question further in her recent article.
A closer look at nineteenth-century representations of Anne Boleyn.
In the first part of this feature, final year student Nicole will discuss how best to tackle critical theory.
Find out more about the upcoming seminar early-modern aristocracy.
A deeper look at the relationship between government, national culture and international literary prizes.
Md. Mahmudul Hasan completed his thesis “Introducing Rokeya’s Plural Feminism: A Comparative Study of Rokeya Sakhawat Hossain’s Feminist Writings with Those of Mary Wollstonecraft, Virginia Woolf, Attia Hosain and Monica Ali” at the University of Portsmouth in 2007.
Moving discussions of Milton’s translation-related pursuits beyond matters of interlingual production and filling a gap in the way in which criticism has engaged with Milton’s language to date, this essay calls attention to the appearance of translation activities and translation theory within Paradise Lost.