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The Essence of the Thing by Madeleine St John
Review of The Essence of the Thing by Madeleine St John
Autofiction and Fictionalisation: J.M. Coetzee’s Novels and Boyhood
This article tackles the issue of autobiography or self-representation in J.M. Coetzee's fictionalised memoir Boyhood in terms of the useful insights of fictionalised autobiographies to the study of fictional ones by the ...
Contributors, Volume 7 no. 2, May 2015
Contributors to May 2015 issue
The Writer as an Acrobat: Deleuze and Guattari on the Relation between Philosophy and Literature (and How Kierkegaard Moves in-between)
Throughout his work, Deleuze not only draws on literature in order to address philosophical problems but he also maps out the “mobile relations” between philosophy and literature. After an initial overview, I will focus ...
Net Needle by Robert Adamson
Review of Net Needle by Robert Adamson
After Reviewing by Ibn-e-Insha; Translated from the Urdu and introduced by Mubashir Karim
A poet, travelogue writer, columnist and top-class humourist, Ibn-e-Insha was born Sher Muhammad Khan in 1927 in Punjab, India. After completing M.A. at the University of Karachi in 1953, he worked for various government ...
Through the long corridor of distance: Space and Self in Contemporary New Zealand Women’s Autobiographies by Valerie Baisnee
Review of Through the long corridor of distance: Space and Self in Contemporary New Zealand Women’s Autobiographies by Valerie Baisnee
When Evie Dances
The Meeting With Hemingway
Experimental Fiction: An Introduction for Readers and Writers by Julie Armstrong
Review of Experimental Fiction: An Introduction for Readers and Writers by Julie Armstrong