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2017: Vol. 39, Num. 1 “A Relaxing Cup of Lingua Franca Core”: Local Attitudes Towards Locally-Accented English Abstract   PDF
Juan Antonio Cutillas Espinosa
 
2015: Vol. 37, Num. 1. “Art-iculating” Affective Citizenship: Dionne Brand’s What We All Long For Abstract   PDF
Lydya Efthymia Roupakia
 
2016: Vol. 38, Num. 1 “But What’s One More Murder?” Confronting the Holocaust in Philip Kerr’s Bernie Gunther Novels Abstract   PDF
Anthony Lake
 
2015: Vol. 37, Num. 1. “Can I Make a Party, Mum?” The Development of Requests from Childhood to Adolescence Abstract   PDF
Júlia Barón Parés
 
2016: Vol. 38, Num. 1 “He Is Not English, He Is Not a Novelist; And How Far Is He Even Likeable?” On the Critical Reception of Arthur Koestler’s Thieves in the Night Abstract   PDF
Zénó Vernyik
 
2016: Vol. 38, Num. 2 “I Am Just As Much Dead as He Is”: Community, Finitude and Sibling Intimacy in Katherine Mansfield Abstract   PDF
Gerardo Rodríguez-Salas
 
2017: Vol. 39, Num. 1 “I Have Always Been a Writer”: An Interview with Evelyn Conlon Abstract   PDF
Melania Terrazas Gallego
 
2017: Vol. 39, Num. 2 “In my Beginning is my End”: Multidirectional Memory and the (Im)Possibility of Escaping the Holocaust in Anita Desai’s Baumgartner’s Bombay Abstract   PDF
Silvia Pellicer-Ortín
 
2015: Vol. 37, Num. 1. “Living by Wit” and “Knight of Industry”: Some Notes on the History in Two Dead Metaphors Abstract   PDF
Jonathan P.A. Sell
 
2014: Vol. 36, num. 2. “Love Letter to My Ancestors:” Representing Traumatic Memory in Jackie Kay’s The Lamplighter Abstract   PDF
Petra Tournay-Theodotou
 
2015: Vol. 37, Num. 2. “Memory Lives Inside Us”: Writing as Memory Traces in The Secret Staircase Abstract   PDF
Sonia Villegas-López
 
2018: Vol. 40, Num. 2 “Partly American!”: Sarah Bernhardt’s Transnational Disability in the American Press (1915-1918) Abstract   PDF
Ignacio Ramos-Gay
 
2016: Vol. 38, Num. 2 “Shaving the Tale”: Barbers and the Narration of Racial Relations in Melville’s “Benito Cereno” and Chesnutt’s “The Doll” Abstract   PDF
Marta Puxan Oliva
 
2015: Vol. 37, Num. 2. “So Far as I and My People Are Concerned the South Is Fascist Now and Always Has Been”: Carson McCullers and the Racial Problem Abstract   PDF
Constante González Groba
 
2016: Vol. 38, Num. 2 “The Day Is Not Yet Done”: An Interview with Earl Lovelace Abstract   PDF
Maria Grau-Perejoan
 
2014: Vol. 36, num. 2. “The Pandora Effect:” James Cameron’s Avatar and a Trauma Studies Perspective Abstract   PDF
Silvia Martínez Falquina
 
2018: Vol. 40, Num. 1 “Thus Spoke Proctor”: Nietzsche and the Overman in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible Abstract   PDF
Pouria Torkamaneh, Ali Ghaderi
 
2017: Vol. 39, Num. 2 “What Are Novelists For?” Atonement and the British Novel Abstract   PDF
Peter David Mathews
 
2018: Vol. 40, Num. 1 “Which Came First: The Chicken or the Egg?” Ditransitive and Passive Constructions in the English Production of Simultaneous Bilingual English Children Abstract   PDF
Silvia Sánchez-Calderón, Raquel Fernández-Fuertes
 
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