A bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology

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Lowe, Greg. Rev. of Tsotsi, by Athol Fugard. Spike Magazine 12 March 2008.*



Lowry, B. "Shades of Bloody Sunday in New Friel Play." Rev. of The Freedom of the City. 21 Feb. 1973.

Lyall, Sarah. "Kate Atkinson's 'Groundhog Day' Fiction." New York Times Magazine 22 March 2013.*



Lyons, Bonnie, and Bill Olivier, eds. Passion and Craft: Conversations with Notable Writers. Champaign: Illinois UP, 1998.

Mabillard, Amanda. "Shakespeare's Edward III?" About.com


MacCarthy, Fiona. "Undelighted in Dior." Rev. of Girlitude. By Emma Tennant. TLS 14 May 1999: 27.*

MacIver, Malcolm. (Engineer, Northwestern U). "The Human Future Remains Unchosen: An Exegesis of Deus Ex: Human Revolution." Discover 1 Sept. 2011.*



Mackintosh, Paul St John. "A Saint in Mexico." Rev. of An Echo of Heaven. By Kenzaburo Oe. TLS 22 March 1996. 22.*

MacDonald, Mary Lu (Halifax). Rev. of The Social Dimensions of Fiction. By Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek. Canadian Literature 148 (1996): 164-65.

Macowan, Michael. "Noël Coward on Acting." Interviewed by Michael MacOwan. YouTube (E. W. R. Many) 11 Feb. 2013.*



Macrae, Rosalie. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Daily Express 8 April 1961.

Madrigal, Alix. "Quincunx Author Thrilled." San Francisco Chronicle (Feb. 3 1991): 3.

Maine, Robert. "Bloomsbury Bete Noire." (Wyndham Lewis). New Statesman and Nation 26 Nov. 1955.

Malcolm, Donald. "Lo, the Poor Nymphet." New Yorker 34 (8 November 1958): 187-90. (Nabokov).

Maloff, Saul. "The World of Rococo." The Nation 194 (16 June 1962): 541-42. (Nabokov).

_____. "Multivalence." Times Literary Supplement 16 November 1962: 869. (Nabokov).

Malone, Michael. "The Spirit of Dickens Present." New York Times Book Review (March 4 1990): 12.

Mangum, Teresa. Rev. of Anxious Power. Ed. Carol J. Singley and S. E. Sweeney. Studies in American Fiction 24.2 (Autumn 1996): 255-56.*

Manista, Frank C. Review of The Subject of Modernism: Narrative Alterations in the Fiction of Eliot, Conrad, Woolf, and Joyce. By Tony E. Jackson. James Joyce Quarterly 34.3 (Spring 1997): 405-411.*

Manne, Robert. "The Colour of Prejudice." Rev. of Rabbit-proof Fence, dir. Phillip Noyce. Sydney Morning Herald Online at Rabbitprooffence.com


Mannes-Abbott, Guy. Rev. of The Blue Flower. By Penelope Fitzgerald. New Statesman and Society. 1995?

Marchese, Guy. "There's No Such Thing as 'You', but That's Okay." New York Magazine (Science of Us) 17 Nov. 2015.* (Rev. of Howard Akler, Men of Action).*



Marcus, Frank. "On the Spot." Rev. of The Freedom of the City. Sunday Telegraph 4 March 1973.

Márquez, Héctor. "Cien años como guionista." El País-El Espectador 24 Oct. 1999: 7.

Marshall, John. "A Poetic Novel is Haunted by the Haiti of Today and Yesterday." Rev. of The Dew Breaker. By Edwidge Danticat. Seattle Post-Intelligencer 12 March 2004.



_____. "Olympics Have Eliminated Many Sports Over the Years" HeraldNet 8 July 2008.*



Marshall, Margaret. "Notes by the Way." Nation 23 Oct. 1948: 468.

Marshall, Robert. "The Dark Legacy of Carlos Castaneda." Salon.com 12 April 2007.



Marshall, Sidney Smith. "Yellow-blue Väse: A Reminiscence about Vladimir Nabokov." Wellesley Alumnae Magazine (Fall 1977): 25-26.

Martin, Douglas. "Daniel Stern, Short Story Writer, Dies at 79." New York Times



Maslin, Janet. "Her Story of Him, Both Tender and Terrible." Rev. of Lisey's Story. By Stephen King. New York Times 23 Oct. 2006.



_____. "Rough-Edged Atomic Pioneer: Robert Oppenheimer: A Life Inside the Center, by Ray Monk." New York Times 27 May 2013.*



Mason, Wyatt. "The Man Who Wasn't There: The Clandestine Greatness of Javier Marías." The New Yorker 14 Nov. 2005 (online ed. 7 Nov. 2005).



Massimo, Rick. Review of The Dew Breaker. By Edwidge Danticat. Providence Journal 1 April 2004.

Massing, Michael. "Snap Books." New Republic 4 May 1987: 21-25.

Masters, Brian. Rev. of How Proust Can Change Your Life. By Alain de Botton. Mail on Saturday.

Maxwell, Dominic. Review of Seven Jewish Children by Caryl Churchill. The Times 13 Feb. 2009.

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

McAvoy, Joe. "An Old-Fashioned Modernist. Alasdair Gray talks to Joe McAvoy." Cencrastus 61 (1998): 7-10

McDermott, Anne (U of Birmingham). Rev. of The Passion for Happiness: Samuel Johnson and David Hume. By Adam Potkay. Review of English Studies ns 52.208 (2001).

_____, ed. A Dictionary of the English Language on CD-ROM. By Samuel Johnson. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1996.

McDermott, Anne, and Jack Lynch, Jack and Anne McDermott, eds. Anniversary Essays on Johnson's Dictionary. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2005

McDermott, Sinead. (U of Limerick; Sinead.McDermott@ul.ie) Rev. of Literature, Gender, Space. Ed. Sonia Villegas-López and Beatriz Domínguez-García. Atlantis 27.2 (Dec. 2005): 221-26.*

McDonald, Tamar Jeffers (U of Kent, t.jeffers-mcdonald@kent.ac.uk).

_____. Romantic Comedy: Boy Meets Girl Meets Genre. New York: Columbia UP, 2007.

_____. Romantic Comedy: Boy Meets Girl Meets Genre. London: Wallflower, 2007.

_____. Rev. of The Secret Life of Romantic Comedy. By Celestino Deleyto. Atlantis 31.2 (Dec. 2009): 163-68.*

_____. Rev. of Hollywood Romantic Comedy of the Fifties: A Critical Study of a Film Genre. By Manuela Ruiz. Miscelánea 50 (2014): 167-71.* Online:



McFarland, Ron. Rev. of Hunting for Hemingway. By Diane Gilbert Madsen. Hemingway Review 30.2 (Spring 2011): 127-28.*

McGill, Meredith L. Review of Reading at the Social Limit: Affect, Mass, Culture and Edgar Allan Poe, by Jonathan Elmer.

McGinn, Marie. "Hi Ludwig!" Rev. of Clear and Queer Thinking. By Laurence Goldstein. TLS 26 May 2000: 24.*

McGrath, Charles. "Another Encore for the Most Adaptable of Authors." New York Times 10 Dec. 2006. (Somerset Maugham).



McKitterick, Rosamond. "Learning to Read Labels." Rev. of The Role of Art... By Richard Gameson. TLS June 20, 1997. 20.*

McMunigal, Kevin. "An Interview with Alasdair Gray in Six Parts." Gairfish 9 (1995): 77-81.

McNeill, Kirsty. "Interview with James Kelman." Chapman 57 (Summer 1989).

McSmith, Andy. "Unlocking the Archives: The Secret Passions of T. S. Eliot." The Independent 28 May 2007.



_____. "Peter Ackroyd on the London Riots." The Independent 22 Aug. 2011.*



McVea, Deborah, and Jeremy Treglown. "TLS Centenary Archive." TLS 29 Jan. 1999: 11.

Meacham, Jon. "The Middle of the Journey." Rev. of Pillar of Fire. By Taylor Branch. Newsweek 23 Feb. 1998: 51.

Meneghello, Luigi. "Behold the Strange." Rev. of Occhiacci di Legno. By Carlo Ginzburg. TLS 11 June 1999: 26.*

Menocal, María Rosa. Rev. of Medieval Persian Court Poetry. By Julie Scott Meisami. Comparative Literature 41.3 (Summer 1989): 289-91.*

Messud, Claire. "Nemesis in Female Form." Rev. of The Robber Bride. By Margaret Atwood. London: Bloomsbury, 1993. TLS 8 october 1993: 27.

_____. Rev. of Lucie's Long Voyage. By Alina Reyes. European.

_____. The Emperor's Children. Alfred A. Knopf, 2006.

Meyer, H. J. "Shake-up for German Universities." Nature 386 (3 March 1994): 11-12.

Miles, Valerie. "A Butcher's Last Orders." Interview with Graham Swift. Speak Up 150 (1998): 8-10.

_____. "A Rhino for His Holiness." Interview with Lawrence Norfolk. Speak Up 12.154 (June 1998): 12-14.*

Millar, Sylvia. "King Lear." Monthly Film Bulletin 38 (1971): 182-3.

Miller, Laura. "Virtue's Hack." Rev. of Lone Star, dir. John Sayles. Salon.com



_____. "How Novels Came to Terms with the Internet." The Guardian 15 Jan. 2011.*



_____, ed. The Salon.com Guide to Contemporary Authors. With Adam Begley. New York: Penguin, 2000.*

Miller, Lucasta. "Fanny's Dilemma." Rev. of Fanny Burney by Kate Chisholm and Evelina by Frances Burney, ed. Stewart J. Cooke. TLS 3 July 1998: 32.*

Mitchell, Catherine. Rev. of Gossip and Subversion in Nineteenth-Century British Fiction: Echo's Economies. By Jan B. Gordon. The Review of English Studies ns 49.195 (1998).

Moorcroft, Nick. "Writing for Television and Film." In The Screenwriter's Handbook 2009. Ed. Barry Turner. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008.

Moore, Caroline. Rev. of Amsterdam. By Ian McEwan. Sunday Telegraph.

Morini, Simona. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Vogue 15 April 1972: 74-79. Rpt. in Nabokov, Strong Opinions. Random House-Vintage International, 1990. 197-204.*

Morison, Graham. "An Ulster Writer: Brian Friel.' Acorn 8 (Spring 1965): 4-15.

Morris, Timothy. Rev. of Redefining the Political Novel: American Women Writers, 1879-1901. By Sharon M. Harris. Studies in American Fiction 23.2 (Autumn 1995): 246-47.*

_____. Rev. of Ground Rules. By Deanne Westbrook. Studies in American Fiction 24.2 (Autumn 1996): 254-55.*

Morrison, P. Rev. of Dark Caves, Bright Visions: Life in Ice Age Europe. By Randall White. Scientific American 256.3 (1987): 26-27.

Morrison, Susan. "The Wit and Fury of Martin Amis." Rolling Stone 17 May 1990: 95-102.

Morton, Adam. "Ugly Is as Ugly Does." Rev. of Ethics, Evil, and Fiction. By Colin McGinn. TLS 30 Jan. 1998: 28.

Mossman, J., ed. Acronyms, Initialisms & Abbreviations Dictionary 17th ed. Gale Research, 1993.

Mossman, James. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Review. BBC-2 (4 October). Published in part as "'To be kind, to be proud, to be fearless'—Vladimir Nabokov in Conversation with James Mossman." The Listener 23 October 1969: 560-61. Full version in in Nabokov, Strong Opinions. Random House-Vintage International, 1990. 141-52.*

Mountford, Fiona. Rev. of Faster, by Filter Theatre. Evening Standard 8 April 2003.

Mulligan, Hugh. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Nov. 1976. Typescript in the Vladimir Nabokov Archive, Library of Congress.

Munson, Sam. (Editor of Commentary). "The Private Language of Form." Rev. of Our Secret Discipline, by Helen Vendler. New York Sun 12 Dec. 2007.



Murad, David. (Kent State U). Rev. of Hemingway and the Black Renaissance. Ed. Gary Edward Holcomb and Charles Scruggs. Hemingway Review 33.1 (Fall 2013): 117-19.*

Murray, Charles Shaar. Rev. of Idoru. By William Gibson. New Statesman and Society.

Myerson, Jonathan. "Harry Potter and the Sad Grown-ups." Independent 14 Nov. 2001.


Naden, Cathy. "Inside Forced Entertainment: The Route to The Travels." Studies in Theatre and Performance 22.3 (2003): 133-8.

Nappi, Carla. "Paper Knowledge: Toward a Media History of Documents." Interview by Carla Nappi. New Books in History 9 July 2014.*



Nathan, John. Review of Seven Jewish Children by Caryl Churchill. Jewish Chronicle 12 Feb. 2009.

Needham, Alex. "Stephen Fry's Twelfth Night: This All-Male Affair Is No One-Man Show." The Guardian 1 Oct. 2012.*



Neuberger, Julia. Rev. of Jennifer Johnston's The Invisible Worm. Sunday Telegraph.

Nevitt, Marcus. Rev. of John Milton: Life, Work and Thought. Ed. Gordon Campbell and Thomas N. Corns.



Newman, Kim, Review of Melancholia.  Dir. Lars von Trier. Empireonline.com   http://www.empireonline.com/reviews/ReviewComplete.asp?FID=137205

Newton, Robert. "Interview: Duncan Tucker, writer/director of Transamerica." Cinematical 14 Dec. 2005.*



Nieves, Erwin. (t. English, U of Iowa; Ph.D. U of Iowa). "Re-Reading Hispanic Literature and Film: Towards a Genuine Interdisciplinary Criticism." Rev. of Interdisciplinary Essays on Darwinism in Hispanic Literature and Film: The Intersection of Science and the Humanities, ed. Jerry Hoeg and Kevin S. Larsen. The Evolutionary Review 1 (2010): 147-49.*

_____. Beyond Darwinism: Chicana/o Literature and Modern Scientific Literary Analysis. Forthcoming 2010.

Nixon, K. "A Trickle of Cheap Tears for Freedom." Rev. of The Freedom of the City. Belfast Newsletter 22 Feb. 1973.

Nordeil, Roderick. "Nabokov: Parody, Pedantry, and Waste." Christian Science Monitor 31 May 1962: 7.

Nordstrom, Alan. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Ivy (New Haven, Feb. 1959): 28.

O'Brien, Dave. Interview with Constance Devereaux on Narrative, Identity, and the Map of Cultural Policy. New Books in Critical Theory 14 Feb. 2014.*



O'Driscoll, Dennis. "Pages from a Dreambook." Rev. of Looking for Trouble. By Charles Simic. TLS 13 Feb. 1998: 25.*

_____. "Who Have We Got Now?" Rev. of The Penguin Book of Poetry from Britain and Ireland since 1945. Ed. Simon Armitage and Robert Crawford. TLS 13 Nov. 1998: 27.*

O'Driscoll, Jim. Rev. of Jennifer Jenkins, World Englishes: A resource book for students. BELL ns 2 (2004).

_____. Rev. of Gunnel Melchers and Philip Shaw, World Englishes. BELL ns 2 (2004).

O'Hara, John. "The Narrative Construction of Reality." Interview with Stuart Hall. Context 10. Dalkey Archive Press



O'Hehir, Andrew. "The Little Tramp's Killer Comedy." Salon.com (2008).



_____. "The Ghost Writer: Polanski Strikes Back." Salon.com 18 Feb. 2010.*



_____. "Interview: Charlotte Gainsbourg talks von Trier’s Melancholia." Salon.com 9 Nov. 2011:

http://www.salon.com/2011/11/10/interview_charlotte_gainsbourg_talks_von_triers_melancholia/ mov

O'Malley, J. F. Rev. of Narratology. Ed. Susana Onega and José Angel García Landa. Choice (March 1997): 1156.*

O'Neil, Paul. Interview with Vladimir Nabokov. Life International 13 April 1959: 63-69.

O'Neill, Mike, and Richard Jacques. Shakespeare in Love. (SpeakUP film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2000.*

_____. The Door in the Floor: The Power of Grief. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2005.*

_____. The Bourne Supremacy: In Search of the Past. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2005.* (Misleading credit page date: 1985). (On Paul Greengrass's film).

_____. Being Julia: On with the Show. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2005.* (Misleading copyright page title "1985").

_____. The Interpreter: A Dark Conspiracy. (SpeakUp Film booklet). Barcelona: RBA: 2006 [misleading copyright page date, "1985"].

_____. In Good Company: The Struggle for Survival. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2006 [misleading copyright page date, "1985"]

_____. Meet the Fockers. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA-SpeakUp, 2006.* (misleading copyright page title, "1985"). (Dir. Jay Roach).

_____. Mrs Henderson Presenta: Tonight and Every Night. (SpeakUp Film booklet). Barcelona: RBA-SpeakUP, 2006. [Misleading copyright page date: "1985"]

_____. Oliver Twist: The Parish Boy's Progress. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2006. Barcelona: RBA, 2006. (Misleading copyright page date, "1985").

_____. Prime: A Question of Age. (SpeakUp Film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2006 [misleading copyright page date, "1985"]

_____. Pride and Prejudice: A Tale of Five Sisters. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA / SpeakUp, 2006 (misleading copyright page date: "1985").

_____. The Constant Gardener: The Search for Justice. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2007 [misleading copyright page date, "1985"].

_____. En la tiniebla: Voices from the Other Side / Half Light. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2007 [misleading copyright page date, "1985"] (Dir. Craig Rosenberg).

_____. The Queen (La Reina): Updating the Monarchy. (SpeakUp DVD booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2007. [misleading copyright page title, "1985"]

_____. The Illusionist: Quickness of the Hand. (SpeakUP film booklet). Barcelona: RBA Edipresse, 2007 [misleading copyright page date, "1985"].*

O'Neill, Mike, and Berni Armstrong. Calendar Girls. (Speak Up guide to the film). Barcelona: RBA, n.d. [2004.]*

O'Neill, Mike, and Valerie Collins. 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).

_____. 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. (SpeakUp DVD booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2006. (Misleading copyright page date, "1985").

O'Neill, Mike, and Ben Goldstein. Along Came Polly: Low Risk Love. (SpeakUp booklet). Barcelona: RBA, [2005].* (Copyright page dated 1985).

_____. Laws of Attraction: Never Lost a Case. (SpeakUp DVD booklet). Barcelona: RBA, [2005].* (cop. dated 1985).

_____. The Stepford Wives: The American Way of Love. (SpeakUP DVD booklet). Barcelona: RBA-SpeakUp, 2005.*

_____. Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason– No longer alone. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2005.* (Misleading copyright page date: 1985).

_____. The Brothers Grimm: Eliminating Evil. (SpeakUP film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2006. (Misleading copyright page date, "1985").*

_____. Ladies in Lavender: A Cornish Castaway. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA-SpeakUp, 2006. (Misleading copyright page date, "1985").

_____. An Unfinished Life: Facing up to the past. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2006. [Misleading copyright page date, "1985"]

_____. Match Point: A Game of Chance. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2006. (Misleading copyright page date, '1985').

_____. Aeon Flux: A Leap of Faith. (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2006. (Misleading copyright page date, "1985"). (Dir. Karyn Kusama).

_____. Brokeback Mountain (En terreno vedado): A Moment in Time. (SpeakUp DVD booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2007.* (Misleading copyright page date, "1985").

_____. King Kong: Beauty and the Beast. (SpeakUP film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2007 [misleading copyright page title, "1985"].

_____. The Reader. (SpeakUp booklet). Barcelona: RBA Edipresse, [2009].* (On Stephen Daldry's film, misleading copyright page date, "1985").

O'Neill, Mike, and Conor Gleeson. Anonymous (cover: Anonymous: Who Was Shakespeare?). (SpeakUp film booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2012. [Misleading copyright date, "1985"]

O'Neill, Mike, and Lucia Solavagione. Anna Karenina. (SpeakUp booklet). Barcelona: RBA, 2013.* [On Joe Wright's film. Misleading copyright page, "1985"]

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