Professor Kate McLoughlin: List of publications

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'Dispute Incarnate’: Philip Roth’s Operation Shylock, the Demjanjuk Trial and Eyewitness Testimony

Edith Wharton, War Correspondent

Fatal Incomprehension

Flower/Power

Larkin's Light

Magdalene College MS. Pepys 2498 and Stephen Batman’s Reading Practices

The First World War: Literature, Culture, Modernity

The Literature of Tiredness: The Postwar Novel in Repose

Veteran Poetics

Woolf’s Crotchets: Textual Cryogenics in To The Lighthouse

Three War Veterans Who Don't Tell War Stories

Introduction

Fen shooting

Songs of Mud in First World War Poetry

Force of nature: Essays on history and politics of environment

Limitless Achievement: On “East West Street”

The Returning Soldier as depicted in Western Art and Literature

Textual Practice Journal Special Issue

Missing letters: reading the interstices in archival correspondence from the Napoleonic Wars and in Thomas Hardy's The Trumpet-Major

Writing war, writing lives

Moments of Insight in Long Novels by Henry James and Dorothy Richardson

Muddy Poetics: First World War poems by Helen Saunders and Mary Borden

All of Us: D. H. Lawrence’s First World War Poems for the People

The Modernist Party as Pedagogy

The> Modernist Party

War Poetry Review: The Journal of the War Poets Association

The Great War and Modern Memory

Authoring War The Literary Representation of War from the Iliad to Iraq

Introduction: A Welcome from the Host

Prufrock, Party-Goer: Tongue-Tied at Tea

The Modernist Party

Interruption Overload: Telephones in Ford Madox Ford's “‘4692 Padd’,” A Call and A Man Could Stand Up

Introduction

War Correspondence’

Not Writing About War

Plums

Authoring War The Literary Representation of War from the Iliad to Iraq

Glamour goes to war: Lee Miller's writings for British Vogue, 193945

Introduction: Memory, Mourning, Landscape

Memory, Mourning, Landscape

The Cambridge Companion to War Writing

War and Words

War in Print Media

Introduction

Voices of the Munich Pact

Martha Gellhorn: The War Writer in the Field and in the Text

When is authorial intention not authorial intention?

Vera Lynn and the ‘We’ll Meet Again Hypothesis’

Tove Jansson Rediscovered

Tove Jansson’s Comet in Moominland as War Text

Voices and Values: Storm Jameson’s Europe to Let and the Munich Pact

Adynaton: A War Topos

Dead Prayer? The Liturgical and Literary Kaddish

Martha Gellhorn’s Second World War Correspondence

Special issue or INCOME Symposium. Part II - Introduction

Special issue on the INCOME Symposium. Part I Introduction

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