Writers and Their Work: Rosamond Lehmann, London: Northcote House/ 2017: Liverpool University Press

A Woman’s Business: Women, Writing and the Marketplace, Manchester: Manchester University Press 

What Katy Read: Feminist Re-readings of Classic Stories for Girls 1850 –1920 (co-authored with Shirley Foster)London: Macmillan; USA: University of Iowa Press 

Rosamond Lehmann, London: Macmillan; New York: St Martin's Press 

Diaries and Journals of Literary Women: From Fanny Burney to Virginia Woolf, London: Macmillan Press; USA: University of Iowa Press

Fanny Burney, Basingstoke & London, Macmillan

Literature In Context (co-edited with Rick Rylance), London: Palgrave; New York: Barnes & Noble 

Mansfield Park and Persuasion: Contemporary Critical Essays, London: Macmillan; New York: St Martin’s Press 

Persuasion by Jane Austen, Macmillan Master Guides: Basingstoke & London: Macmillan Education

Sense And Sensibility by Jane Austen, Macmillan Master Guides, Basingstoke & London, Macmillan Education

Book Chapters and Articles 

2021: “Pieces of Coloured Glass: The Narrative Kaleidoscope of 20th century Women’s Writing”, emagazine, London: EMC, issue no 91

2021: “Landscapes of the Mind: Narrative Strategy in The Awakening”:  emagazine, London: EMC, issue no 92 

2021: “’Wild, Confused, Disjointed and Improbable’: Critical Perspectives on Wuthering Heights”, emagazine, London: EMC, issue no 94 

2020: “Women and War in Birdsong”, emagazine, London: EMC, issue no 89

2020: “The Afterlives of Louisa May Alcott: Greta Gerwig’s Little Women”, Adaptation, Oxford University Press

2020: “Steel City Jews”, Jewish Renaissance, July 2020, pp26-27

2020: “The Games Poets Play: Subverting the Conventions in English Love Poetry”, emagazine, London: EMC, issue no 86

2019: “The Critical Essay”, in ed. Lucy Webster, The Literature Reader: Key Thinkers on Key Topics, EMC Publications, London, pp15-23 

2019: “A (Confined) Room of One’s Own”, emagazine, London: EMC, issue no 84

2018: “Sheffield’s Jewish Heritage”, The Sheffield Telegraph, 4 October

2018: “Psychology and the Supernatural in The Picture of Dorian Gray”, emagazine, London: EMC, issue no 82

2018: “Race and Nationhood in Wide Sargasso Sea”, emagazine, London: EMC, issue no 81

2018: “In Search of Self: Skating to Antarctica and Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?”, emagazine, London: EMC, issue no 80

2018: “A Question of Trust: Narrative in Christie’s The Murder of Roger Ackroyd”, emagazine, London: EMC, no 79

2017:”Power and Protest in The Handmaid’s Tale and The Kite Runner”,emagazine, London: EMC,  no 77

2016: “The Nightmare of History in Toni Morrison’s Beloved”, emagazine, London:EMC, no 72

2016: “Sarah Waters’ The Little Stranger: A Country House Novel”, emagazine, London: EMC, no 73

2015: “Ignoring the Facts of Life: Communication and Character in The Remains of the Day”, emagazine, London: EMC, no 69

2015: Ruffling the Reader in Pride and Prejudice, emagazine, London:EMC, no 68

2014: “Speech and Silence in The Yellow Wallpaper”, emagazine, London: EMC, no 63

2013: “A Critique of Nationhood: Englishness in the Stories of D.H.Lawrence”, emagazine, London: EMC, no 60

2013: ”Frankenstein: Order, Narrative and Chaos”, emagazine, London: EMC, no 61

2012: The Fractured Narrative of Sebastian Faulks’ Birdsong”, emagazine, London: EMC, no 58

2011, ‘Michael Frayn’s Spies and the 1940’s’, emagazine, London: EMC, no 53

2011: ‘Jane Eyre: A World of Books’, emagazine, London: EMC, no 52

2010: ‘Women, War and the University: Rosamond Lehmann’s Dusty Answer: Essays in Honour of Peter Widdowson’, Literature as History, London: Continuum International Publishing

2009: “Rosamond Lehmann”, in ed. Brian Shafer, The Encyclopaedia of Twentieth-Century Fiction, Oxford: Blackwells

2009: ‘Gender Roles in Children’s Literature’, The Cambridge Companion to Children’s Literature (eds. Matthew Grenby and Andrea Immel), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 

2009: ‘Jane Austen and Popular Culture’, A Companion to Jane Austen (eds. Claudia Johnson and Clara Tuite) , Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell

2008: ‘Angela Brazil and the Making of the Girls’ School Story’, Popular Children’s Literature in Britain (eds.Julia Briggs, Denis Butts and M O Grenby)London: Ashgate Press

2008: ‘Lost Innocence or Radical Reassessments: E M Forster’s Howards End’, emagazine, no 41

2008: ‘A Girl’s Own Story: Alice Walker’s The Color Purple’, emagazine no 40

2007: ‘Screening Authorship: Little Women on Screen’, Nineteenth-Century American Fiction on Screen (ed. Barton Palmer), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (co-authored with Deborah Cartmell)

2007: ‘Beyond Stereotypes: Jane Austen’s Men’, emagazine no 38

2007: ‘Emma and the Closed World of Highbury’, emagazine no 33

2006: ‘Reading Persuasion’, emagazine no 31

2005: ‘No Valentines for Jane Austen’, emagazineno 30

2005: ‘The Writing Lives of Louisa May Alcott’, L’Impulso Autobiografico (eds.Michele Bottalico and Maria Theresa Chialant), Naples: Liguori Press

2004: ‘Bringing the Statue to Life: Rosamond Lehmann’s World of Desire’, Rosamond Lehmann et le metier d’ecrivain (eds.Francoise Bort and Marie-Francoise Cachin) , Paris: MLV Press 

2003: Doctoral Futures: Career Destinations of Ph.D Graduates in Arts & Humanities (national report)

2002: ‘Sense, Nonsense and Sensitivity: Jane Austen’s Transformations’, Transactions: the Journal of the Jane Austen Society, 13 

2001: ‘Jane Austen: Persuasion’ and co-authored ‘Introduction’, Literature in Context, London: Palgrave Macmillan

2001: ‘The Really Useful Company: Humanities Graduates and Employment’ (co-authored with Rick Rylance), Critical Quarterly, Vol 43, no 1

2000: ‘Diaries and Journals of Literary Women’, Letteratura e femminismo: La critica feministsa anglo-americana: scuole, teorie, modelli, Naples: Liguria Press

2000: ‘The Vanishing Hero: Men and Modernity in Rosamond Lehmann’s The Weather in the Streets’, Critical Survey, Vol 10, no 3

2000: ‘Re-writing the Love Story: Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca’, Fatal Attractions (eds. Lynne Pearce and Gina Wisker, London: Pluto Press


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