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Begley, J. (2018) Remembering the Falklands war: literary adolescence and the legacies of nationhood. In: War Experience and Memory in Global Cultures Since 1914. Routledge Studies in Cultural History (60). Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 258-276. ISBN 9781138592544

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Capancioni, C. (2021) Cannibalism, Charles Dickens, and Franklin’s Last Arctic Expedition: “a fate as melancholy and dreadful as it is possible to imagine”. In: Transgressive Appetites: Deviant Food Practices in Victorian Literature and Culture. Mimesis, Milan, pp. 87-101. ISBN 9788857568973

Capancioni, C. (2021) ‘Growing up in “a new sort of country”: charting transnational identities in the fairy tales of Margaret Collier Galletti di Cadilhac’. Age, Culture, Humanities, 5. ISSN 2375-8856

Capancioni, C. (2017) Janet Ross's intergenerational life writing: female intellectual legacy through memoirs, correspondence, and reminiscences. In: Writing Lives Together: Romantic and Victorian Auto/Biography. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxford, pp. 233-244. ISBN 9781138306745

Capancioni, C. (2017) Janet Ross’s intergenerational life writing: female intellectual legacy through memoirs, correspondence, and reminiscences. Life Writing, 14 (2). pp. 233-244. ISSN 1751-2964

Capancioni, C. (2014) Victorian women writers and the truth of "the other side of Italy". In: Women, Travel Writing, and Truth. Routledge Research in Travel Writing . Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 109-123. ISBN 9781138023529

Capancioni, C. (2017) A meeting of two remarkable men: Garibaldi at Farringford. The Tennyson Research Bulletin, 11 (1). pp. 40-51. ISSN 0082-2841

Capancioni, C. (2020) A visit to the Brontë parsonage: metamorphoses of Charlotte Brontë in Michèle Roberts’ the mistressclass. In: Metamorfosi Vittoriane: Riscritture, riedizioni, taduzioni, transcodificazioni. Solfanelli, Chieti, Italy, pp. 95-109. ISBN 9788833052588

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Erle, S. (2018) Blake, Ludwig Meidner and Expressionism. Visual Culture in Britain, 19 (3). pp. 335-349. ISSN 1471-4787

Erle, S. (2020) Blake, children and lockdown. VALA: The Journal of the Blake Society, 1. pp. 6-9.

Erle, S. (2018) From Vampire to Apollo: William Blake's Ghosts of the Flea (c. 1819-20). In: Beastly Blake. Palgrave Studies in Animals and Literature . Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 225-252. ISBN 9783319897875

Erle, S. (2018) ‘How can I describe my emotions at this catastrophe …?’: Frankenstein, Walton and the Monster. The AnaChronisT (New Series), 18. pp. 144-167. ISSN 2063-126X

Erle, S. (2015) Lord Tennyson’s copy of Blake’s Illustrations of the Book of Job (1826). Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly, 49 (2). ISSN 0160-628X

Erle, S. (2018) “O warum wurde ich mit einem anderen Gesicht geboren". Meidner und Blake (“O why was I born with a different face’: Meidner and Blake). In: Ludwig Meidner: Expressionismus, Ekstase, Exil / Ludwig Meidner: Exile, Ecstacy, Expressionism. Gebr. Mann Verlag; Jüdisches Museum der Stadt Frankfurt, Berlin, pp. 233-256. ISBN 9783786127840

Erle, S. (2017) 'On the very Verge of legitimate Invention': Charles Bonnet and Blake's illustrations to The Grave (1808). In: The Gothic and Death. International Gothic . Manchester University Press, Manchester, pp. 34-47. ISBN 9781784992699

Erle, S. (2020) “On this day in 1820: The visionary heads and William Blake’s attitude towards death (Part II)”. BARS blog.

Erle, S. (2020) “On this day in 1820: William Blake draws Pindar the greek poet and lais the courtesan (visionary Heads) for John Varley (Part I)”. BARS blog.

Erle, S. (2016) Tennyson and Blake: Benjamin Jowett’s copy of Blake’s Illustrations of the Book of Job on the Isle of Wight. Tennyson Research Bulletin Monograph Series, 16 . The Tennyson Society, Lincoln. ISBN 9780901958648

Erle, S. (2017) Understanding the Field of Waterloo: Viewing Waterloo and the Narrative Strategies of the Panorama Programmes. Interférences Littéraires, 20. pp. 47-61. ISSN 2031-2790

Erle, S. (2019) The reception of Blake's Art in Germany and Austria: After 1900. In: The Reception of William Blake in Europe. The Reception of British and Irish Authors in Europe, 1 . Bloomsbury Academic, London, pp. 261-297. ISBN 9781472507457

Erle, S. and Davies, K. (2019) Early reception. In: Blake in Context. Literature in Context Series . Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp. 79-86. ISBN 9781107144910

Erle, S. and Hendry, H. (2020) Monsters: interdisciplinary explorations in monstrosity. Palgrave Communications, 6 (53). ISSN 2055-1045

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Higgins, D., Ulph, C. and Whale, J. (2017) A Literary studies perspective: creative communities, 1750–1830. In: The Palgrave Handbook of Creativity and Culture Research. Palgrave Studies in Creativity and Culture . Palgrave Macmillan UK, Basingstoke, pp. 681-699. ISBN 978-1-137-46344-9

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Ibitson, D. A. (2018) Jerome K. Jerome, Masculinity and the Parody of Urban Escape: ‘Sunday-School Slops’. English Literature in Transition, 61 (1). pp. 98-117. ISSN 0013-8339

Ibitson, D. A. (2018) ‘A book in his hand, – but it couldn’t be a prayer-book’, the self-awareness of William Harrison Ainsworth’s Newgate novels. Journal of Victorian Culture, 23 (3). pp. 332-349. ISSN 1355-5502

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Memel, J (2017) “Making the university less exclusive”: the legacy of Jude the Obscure. Neo-Victorian Studies, 10 (1). pp. 64-82. ISSN 1757-9481

Memel, J (2019) 'Only the quality of a work-ground': planning disputes in Hardy's Wessex. The Thomas Hardy Journal, 35. pp. 128-140. ISSN 0268-5418

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Sibylle Erle, SE (2021) “Blake was a phenomenon”: Artistic, Domestic and Blakean Visions in Joseph Paul Hodin’s writing on Else and Ludwig Meidner. Blake: An Illustrated Quarterly. ISSN 0160-628X (In Press)

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Ulph, C. (2014) Frances Burney's private professionalism. Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies, 38 (3). pp. 377-393. ISSN 1754-0208

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