A bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology

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Cigman, Gloria. Rev. of The Case for Women in Mediaeval Culture. By Alcuin Blamires. The Review of English Studies ns 49.195 (1998): 348.

_____. Rev. of The English Medieval Book: Studies in Memory of Jeremy Griffiths. Ed. A. S. G. Edwards, Vincent Gillespie and Ralph Hanna. Review of English Studies ns 52.208 (2001).

Cisco, Michael. Rev. of Frost, by Thomas Bernhard. The Modern Word 21 Feb. 2007.*



Clark, Nick. "Fifty Shades of Grey and JK Rowling's The Casual Vacancy Are All Too Putdownable." Independent 11 July 2013.*



Clifton, Tony. "The Karma Is Falling." Rev. of Snakes and Ladders. By Giza Mehta. Newsweek 7 April 1997: 52.*

Cloyne, George. "Jesting Footnotes Tell a Story." Rev. of Pale Fire. By Vladimir Nabokov. New York Times Book Review 27 May 1962: 1, 18.

Cockrell, Eddie. "Transamerica." Rev. of Duncan Tucker's film. Variety 21 Feb. 2005.*



Cohen, Leah Hager. "Point of Return: Home, a Novel by Toni Morrison." New York Times (Sunday Book Review) 17 May 2012.*



Cohen, Patricia. "Scholars Test Web Alternative to Peer Review." New York Times 23 Aug. 2010.*



Coleman, John. "Style and the Man." The Spectator no. 6874 (25 March 1960): 44-45.

_____. "Under the Jar." (Incl. review of Beckett's trilogy). The Spectator 204 (8 April 1960): 516. In The Critical Response to Samuel Beckett. Ed. Cathleen Culotta Andonian. Westport (CT): Greenwood Press, 1998. 26-27.*

Coleman, Tim. Review of High Concept: Motives and Marketing in Hollywood,. By Justin Wyatt. Criticism 37.4 (1995): 653.*

Collins, Valerie, and Mike O'Neill. Lost in Translation: Tokyo Friendship. (SpeakUP DVD booklet). Barcelona RBA revistas, 2005.*

_____. The Terminal: A Long Long Wait. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2005.* (Misleading copyright page date: 1985).

_____. Million Dollar Baby: Fighting for a Dream. (SpeakUp video Booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2005.* (Misleading copyright page date: "1985").

_____. Vera Drake: A Heart of Gold. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA-SpeakUP, 2006.* (Misleading copyright page date: "1985")

Colurso, Mary. "To Kill a Mockingbird author Harper Lee to publish a Second Novel." Al.com 3 Feb. 2015.*



Connolly, Sean. "Dreaming History: Brian Friel's Translations." Theatre Irelnad 13 (Autumn 1987): 42-44.

Cooper, Neil. Rev. of Black Watch, by Gregory Burke. The Herald 7 Aug. 2006.

Corbyn, Zoë. "By the Blog: Academics tread Carefully." The Times Higher Education Supplement



Cordaiy, Hunter. "The Truth of the Matter: An Interview with Phillip Noyce." Metro 131 (2002): 126-32.

Corrigan, Maureen. Rev. of Love, Again. By Doris Lessing. The Nation.

Cortés Rodríguez, Francisco José. (U de La Laguna). Rev. of Clause Analysis. By Carme Muñoz. Atlantis 18 (June-Dec.1996 [issued 1998]): 549.*

Costa, Maddy. Rev. of Too True to Be Good. By G. B. Shaw. Prod. Sarah Norman. Guardian 8 Sept. 2009.*



_____. "The Taming of the Shrew: 'This is not a woman being crushed'." The Guardian 17 Jan. 2012.



Cotugno, Clare. Rev. of Whispers in the Dark. By Elizabeth Lennox Keyser. Studies in American Fiction 24.2 (Autumn 1996): 240-42.*

Coveney, Michael. (Drama critic for The Financial Times). Rev. of Market Boy, by David Eldridge, 7 June 2006. What's On Stage



_____, ed. (1975-78) Plays and Players.

Cowan, Milton. In "Remembering Nabokov." In The Achievement of Vladimir Nabokov. Ed. Geroge Gibian and Steven Jay Parker. Ithaca: Cornell Centre for International Studies, 1984.

Cowell, Alan. "Ian McEwan's True Tale Led Him to a Long-Lost Brother." New York Times 18 Jan. 2007.



Crichton, Sarah. Breaking Ground. By Daniel Libeskind with Sarah Crichton. Riverhead, c. 2005.

Crichton, S., and L. Shapiro. "An Exclusive Talk with Salman Rushdie." Interview. Newsweek 12 February 1990: 46-49.

Cronin, S. "Strom over Friel Play on Broadway." Rev. of The Freedom of the City. The Irish Times 4 Mar. 1974.

Crow, Jonathan. "Huxley vs. Orwell: My Hellish Vision of the Future Is Better Than Yours (1949)." Open Culture 17 March 2015.*



Crumey, Andrew. (Scottish novelist and journalist). "Alasdair Gray." Internet edition:


_____. Andrew Crumey' s website.



Cudmore, Peter. "Crossing Borders." Rev. of A History Maker, by Alasdair Gray. Chapman 82 (1995): 89-90.

Cui, Wei. "Aware of Ourselves." Rev. of The Bodily Nature of Consciousness. By Kathleen Wider. TLS 27 Nov. 1998: 30.*

Cumming, Laura. Rev. of My Other Life. By Paul Theroux. The Guardian.

Cuneo, Andrew. Rev. of Collected Letters. Vol.1. Family Letters 1905-1931. By C. S. Lewis. Review of English Studies ns 52.208 (2001).

Curry, Patrick. "Anything Doesn't Go." Rev. of Belief and Resistance, by Barbara Herrnstein Smith, and Resources of Realism and New Idols of the Cave, both by Christopher Norris. TLS 6 Feb. 1998: 30.*

Curtis, Julie. Rev. of The Master and Margarita. By Mikahil Bulgakov. Trans. Richard Pevear and Larissa Volokhonsky. TLS 28 August 1998.

Curtis, Sarah. "Aunts and Daughters." Rev. of Diamond Dust. By Anita Desai. TLS 26 May 2000: 21.*

D'Amico, Masolino. "Ulysses in Port." Rev. of The Years of Bloom. By John McCourt. TLS 25 Aug. 2000: 4.*

Daboo, Jerri. "One Under the Sun: Globalization, Culture and Utopia in Bombay Dreams." Contemporary Theatre Review 15.3 (2006): 330-7.

Dalley, Jan. Rev. of Innocence. By Penelope Fitzgerald. Literary Review.

Dalton, Elizabeth. "Ada or Nada." Partisan Review (1970/71): 155-58.

Daly, Pete. "10 Classic Scenes, and What Makes them Tick." In The Screenwriter's Handbook 2009. Ed. Barry Turner. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

Daniel, Jeff. "McLuhan's Two Messengers: Maurice McNamee and Walter Ong: World-class Interpreters of His Ideas." St. Louis Post-Dispatch 10 August 1997: 4C.

Daniel, Lucy. "Home by Toni Morrison: Review." The Telegraph 24 May 2012.



Daniel, Sigrid. "A Reader's Romance." Rev. of Hallucinating Foucault. Novel. By Patricia Duncker. TLS (22 March 1996): 22.*

Dargis, Manohla. "However Heavy It Gets, Wear a Crown Lightly." Rev. of The Queen, dir. Stephen Frears. New York Times 29 Sept. 2006.



_____. "Pod People Propagating With a Fierce Indigestion." Rev. of The Invasion, dir. Oliver Hirschbiegel. New York Times

August 17 Aug. 2007



_____. "This Is How the End Begins." New York Times 30 Dec. 2011:



_____. "Former Screen Star, Molting on Broadway." Rev. of Birdman, dir. Alejandro González Iñárritu. New York Times 16 Oct. 2014.*



_____. "Woody Allen's Irrational Man Explores Life's Randomness." New York Times 16 July 2015.*



Darlrymple, Theodore. "Service-Users of the World Unite." Rev. of It's a PC World, by Edward Stourton. Observer 30 Nov. 2008.*



Darrach, Brad. "Mad Max Plays Hamlet: Mel Gibson, a Great Dane from Down Under." Life 14.2 (Feb. 1991): 36-42, 46.

Davenport, H. Rev. of Henry V. Film. Dir. Kenneth Branagh. Daily Telegraph 5 Oct. 1989.

Davidson, Levette J. "Shakespeare in the Rockies." Shakespeare Quarterly 4 (1953): 39-49.

Davidson, Max. Rev. of Ulverton. By Adam Thorpe. Sunday Telegraph.

Davies, Richard. "The Top 10 Funniest Books According to the British." AbeBooks (Feb. 2009).



Davis, Douglas. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. National Observer 29 June 1964: 17.

Davis, Paul. "Derridean Dryden?" Reviews on Hammond and Gelber. TLS 21 May 1999: 27.*

Dawson, Janet (U de Sevilla). Rev. of Shakespeare y el teatro renacentista inglés. By Josephine Bregazzi. Atlantis 23.1 (June 2001): 215-21.*

de Bellaigue, Christopher. Rev. of Soumission, by Michel Houellebecq. The Guardian (2015).

de Mille, Richard. "Castaneda's Journey." 1976.

_____. The Don Juan Papers. 1980.

Delingpole, James. Rev. of Armadillo. By William Boyd. Daily Mail.

Deming, Angus. "A 'Satanic' Fury." Newsweek (27 February 1989): 10-17.

Denby, David. "What if? Wishing Things Were Otherwise." New Yorker 4 Dec. 2006. (Rev. of Deja Vu, Stranger than Fiction and Blood Diamond).


Denton, William. "Fictional Footnotes and Indexes." Miskatonic University Press 13 May 2012.*



Derbyshire, John. "Oh, the songs!" National Review 28 July 2004. (Cole Porter, De-Lovely).



Devlin, Polly. "'I Know My Romeo and Juliet'." Interview with Franco Zeffirelli. Vogue 151 (1 April 1968): 34, 52, 69, 80.

Dexter, Gary. "No Thanks by E. E. Cummings." How Books Got Their Titles 14 May 2009.*



Dickson, Samuel. "Adah Isaacs Menken." Virtual Museum of the City of San Francisco.



Donaldson, Elizabeth C. "Alasdair Gray Talking with Elizabeth Donaldson." Verse 1 October 1984: 30-37.

Dooley, John. "Too Much Monkey Business." Salon.com 26 July 2001.* (Planet of the Apes).



Dowse, Sara. Rev. of Love, Again. By Doris Lessing. The Age (Melbourne).

DuBose, Michael D. (U of South Carolina, Beaufort, formerly Pennsylvania State U). Rev. of Hemingway, Race, and Art: Bloodlines and the Color Line. By Marc Kevin Dudley. Hemingway Review 32.1 (Fall 2012): 135-38.*

_____. Rev. of Ernest Hemingway in Context. Ed. Debra Moddelmog and Suzanne del Gizzo. Hemingway Review 33.1 (Fall 2013): 110-13.*

duCille, Ann. "'Who Reads Here?': Back Talking with Houston Baker." Novel 26.1: 97-105.*

Duffy, Martha. "An Old Daydream." Time 24 Jan. 1972: 58-59.

Duffy, Martha, and R. Z. Sheppard. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Time 23 May 1969. Rpt. in Nabokov, Strong Opinions. Random House-Vintage International, 1990. 120-30.*

Duval-Smith, Peter, and Christopher Burstall. "Vladimir Nabokov on his Life and Work." Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Bookstand (BBC programme). The Listener 68 (22 Nov. 1962): 856-58. Rpt. as "What Vladimir Nabokov Thinks of His Work." Vogue 141 (1 March 1963): 152-55. Rpt. in Nabokov, Strong Opinions. New York: Random House-Vintage International, 1990. 9-19.*

Davis, Lydia. "Old Mother and the Grouch." Partisan Review 60.1 (1993): 129-37.

Delaney, Frank, and Christopher Swan. "Replies by Alasdair Gray, to Questions from Christopher Swan and Frank Delaney, August 1982." In Alasdair Gray. By Alasdair Gray. (Saltire Self-Portraits 4). Tillicoulry: The Saltire Society, 1988

Duval-Smith, Peter. "Vladimir Nabokov on his Life and Work." Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Bookstand (BBC programme). The Listener 68 (22 Nov. 1962): 856-58.

Easley, Alexis. (U of St. Thomas, St. Paul, Minnesota; maeasley@stthomas.edu) Rev. of Clan-Albin. By Christian Isobel Johnstone. Ed. Andrew Monnickendam. Atlantis 28.1 (June 2006): 173-76.*

Easterbrook, Matt. "Richard III." Rev. of Richard Loncraine's film. 1998. http://home.istar.ca/~matte/richard.htm

Eccleshare, Julia. "Northern Lights and Christmas Miracles." Books for Keeps (Sept. 1996).


Eckhardt, Caroline D. Rev. of Allegories of Reading. By Paul de Man. World Literature Today.

Eder, Richard. "Off the Island." Review of The Dew Breaker. By Edwidge Danticat. The New York Times 21 March 2004.



Edmunds, Jeff. Rev. of Nabokov. (1979). By Maurice Couturier. Zembla web page.

_____. Rev. of Vladimir Nabokov: Essais et rêves. By Dominique Desanti. Zembla web page.

Elley, Derek. "Ran." Films and Filming (Feb. 1986): 36.

Elliott, George P. "Fiction Chronicle." Hudson Review 10 (Summer 1957): 289-95.

Ellis, Fiona. "The Split in the Writing Animal." Rev. on Derrida. TLS 9 July 1999: 33.*

Erish, Andrew. "Illegitimate Dad of King Kong." In Los Angeles Times CalendarLive.com 8 Jan. 2006.



Espey, John. "The Past Recaptured; a Modern Writer Recreates the Rich Texture of Nineteenth-century Fiction." Chicago Tribune (January 21 1990): 3.

Espey, J. J. Ezra Pound's Mauberley: A Study in Composition. London: Faber and Faber.

Esposito, Scott. Conversational Reading. Literary blog.http://conversationalreading.com/


_____. "Horacio Castellanos Moya Is Disgusted with the 'Bolano Myth'." Conversational Reading 23 Sept. 2009.*



Evans, J. E. "Books: Formations." On Film [UCLA] 14 (Spring 1985).

Fairweather, Natasha. Rev. of The Last Resort. By Alison Lurie. Observer.

Farber, Jim. "Einstein on the Beach in L.A. is a Historical and Harmonic Convergence." The Sun (San Bernardino County Sun) 7 Oct. 2013.*



Fawcett, Peter. "Echoes of Sade." (Octave Mirbeau). Rev. of Le Calvaire. Trans. Christine Donougher. Torture Garden. 1899. Trans. Michael Richardson. Sawtry: Dedalus, 1996. TLS 3 May 1996: 7.*

Feifer, George. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Saturday Review 26 Nov. 1976: 20-26.

Ferraro, Julian. Rev. of Fear of Mirrors. By Tariq Ali. TLS 3 July 1998: 20.*

Ferrell, Keith. "RIP Ray Bradbury, the Beating Heart of Science Fiction." ReadWriteWeb 7 June 2012.*



Fewster, Carole. "Look Behind You!" In Britain (December1999): 24-27. (On pantomimes).

Fieder, Brandon J. New Books in Critical Theory. Blog.



Fiedler, Theodore. Review of Marxism and Form. By Fredric Jameson. Library Journal 97.9 (May 15, 1972).

Fiedor, Brandon J. New Books in Critical Theory 22 Jan. 2013.*



_____. Interview with Amir Eshel on Futurity. New Books in Critical Theory 22 Jan. 2013.*



_____. Interview with Nicholas de Villiers on Opacity and the Closet: Queer Tactics in Foucault, Barthes, and Warhol." New Books in Critical Theory 11 Jan. 2013.*



Field, Andy. Theatre blog at the Guardian.

Fiennes, William. "A Quirky Redress." (D. J. Enright). TLS (26 Jan. 1996): 25.

Figgis, Sean, et al. "An Interview with Sean Figgis and AndrewMcAllister, 16th February 1988." (Interview with Alasdair Gray). Bête Noire 5 (Spring 1988): 17-44.

Figueroa, Sonny. "Oliver Sacks Looks at His Life in On the Move." New York Times 27 April 2015.*



Filler, Martin. "Filling the Hole." The New York Review of Books (Feb. 2005)



_____. "At the Edge of the Abyss." New York Review of Books Blog 21 Sept. 2011.* (Michael Arad's 9/11 memorial, NY).



Finocchiaro, Peter. "Game of Thrones Can't Possibly Have a Satisfying Ending." Salon.com 16 June 2014.*



Firth, Gay. Rev. of Schindler's Ark. By Thomas Keneally. Financial Times 23 Oct. 1982.

Fisher, Mark. Rev. of Hoors, by Gregory Burke. The Guardian 7 May 2009.

_____. "Gregory Burke on His Black Watch Follow-up." The Guardian 20 April 2009.

Flam, J. "The Alchemist." New York Review of Books 13 Feb. 1992: 31-6.

Flanagan, Thomas. "'We Have Not Far to Go'." Rev. of Badenheim 1939. By Aharon Appelfeld. The Nation 31 Jan. 1981: 122.

Flintoff, Ian. "Bloody Poor Show." New Statesman 21 June 2004. (New British drama).

Florczyk, Steven (Louisiana State U). Rev. of Vonnegut and Hemingway: Writers at War. By Lawrence R. Broer. Hemingway Review 33.1 (Fall 2013): 114-17.*

Ford, Mark. "Three by Pinter." Reviews. TLS 29 May 1998: 23.*

Foundas, Scott. "Vicky Cristina Barcelona's Mighty Aphrodites." Village Voice 12 Aug. 2008.



Fox, Russell Arbern. In Medias Res. Literary blog.



Franclemont, John G. In "Remembering Nabokov." In The Achievement of Vladimir Nabokov: Essays, Studies, Reminiscences and Stories. Ed. George Gibian and Stephen Jay Parker. Ithaca: Cornell University Center for International Studies, 1984. 227-28.

Frascella, Lawrence. "Reviews: Hamlet." Dir. Franco Zeffirelli. US 24 Jan. 1991: 55-6.

Freeden, Michael. "Helping Us to Be Perfect." Rev. of Liberalism, Perfection and Restraint. By Steven Wall. TLS 29 Jan. 1999: 38.*

Freedman, A. "A Revealing Journey Through Time and Space." The Globe and Mail 17 Nov. 1989: C11.

Freeman, Ron. "Home: A novel by Toni Morrison." The Boston Globe 13 May 2012.



Freely, Maureen. Rev. of The Book of Evidence.By John Banville. Literary Review (c. 1989).

French, Philip. Rev. of Henry V. Film. Dir. Kenneth Branagh. Observer 8 October 1989.

_____. "Howard's trend." Rev. of The Aviator, dir. Martin Scorsese, in Observer; Internet ed. in Guardian Unlimited

Sunday December 26, 2004



_____. Rev. of Tsotsi. Dir. Gavin Hood. The Observer 19 March 2006.*



_____. Rev. of The Departed, dir. Martin Scorsese. The Observer 8 Oct. 2006. Guardian online:



_____. "Casino Royale." Rev. of Martin Campbell's film. Observer 19 Nov. 2006. In Guardian Unlimited



Fridberg, Moris. Rev. of Eugene Onegin. By Aleksandr Pushkin; trans. Vladimir Nabokov. Novyy Zhurnal 77.

Gaffney, Carmel. "Keneally's Faction: Schindler's Ark." Quadrant 29 (July 1985): 75-77.

Gagne, David. The Hemingway Blog.

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