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Robert BURCHFIELD : The Completion of the Supplement to the
OED and the Way Ahead.
Dirk STEENHAUT : Femininity
and Androgyny in Virginia Woolf
: Form and Formlessness in Iris Murdoch's The Good Apprentice.
Nadine VAN DEN EYNDEN : Grammatical Variation
in the Dorset Dialect : Linguistic Stagnation Exemplified ?
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John FLETCHER: Iris Murdoch's London
Peter NEWMARK: Translation as an Instrument of Linguistic, Cultural
and Literary Criticism
Marysa DEMOOR: Men of Letters, their Clubs, and "At Homes"
in London in the 1880s and 90s
Steven GEUKENS: The Semantics of Sentence Types: The Case of
Luc HERMAN: History as Mystery: Peter Ackroyd's Hawksmoor
Geert LERNOUT: Finnegans Wake: The Limits of Interpretation
Hélène LÉTARGEZ: The Quest for Authenticity
in John Fowles's Pictorial Vision
Jean-Pierre VAN NOPPEN: Searle, Grice and Pinter: A Grammar of
Mia VANRESPAILLE: The English Get-Passive
Alan SILLITOE: A Writer's Life
Jean-Louis CUPERS: From Bede's Ecclesiastical History
to Britten's Peter Grimes: Jakobsonian Categories in Analyzing
a Literary Subgenre
Nadia D'AMELIO: No Inheritors in Golding's The Paper Men
Marc DELREZ: The Rock of Empire: The Image of the Stone in To
James O'DRISCOLL: Quality versus Equality: Making Value Judgements
Guy A.J. TOPS: The Second Edition of the English-Dutch Van
Peter BARRY: English in Crisis: The 1980s and "Practical
Peter BARRY: Literary Theory into the 90s
Johan CALLENS: "When I Read the Book": Sam Shepard's
Tony CURTIS: Creative Writing in the B.A. Degree
Ortwin DE GRAEF: Tennyson's Turn
Michel DELVILLE: The Aesthetic of Perception and the Quest for
Vision in Faulkner's As I Lay Dying
Christophe DEN TANDT: Animistic Economics in Theodore Dreiser's
Eric LEE: Pedagogy Versus Demagogy: More on Linguistic Value
Marc MAUFORT: Narrative Patterns in the Plays of David Mamet
Sonia VANDEPITTE: A Causal Relation between Propositions: A Universal?
J.P. VANDER MOTTEN: Late Seventeenth-Century Satires on Women
James L.W. WEST III: Styron's Revised Opening for Set This
House on Fire
Johan CALLENS: From Miracle Body to Christ Figure: A Reading
of Jack Richardson's "Talmus" in the Light of Eliade
Ilse DEPRAETERE: Aspects of Expressing Anteriority in Past Domain
Bart EECKHOUT: "Amoroso ma non troppo": The Music of
the "Sirens" Chapter in Joyce's Ulysses
Thierry FONTENELLE: The Causative/Inchoative Alternation in Cobuild
Peter FULLER: Australian Writing: A Survey
Kathleen DE LOOF: Signifyin(g) Morrison: The Black Female Voice
in The Bluest Eye
Alain PIETTE: Shaw and Tragedy: The Doctor's Dilemma
Hilde STAELS: Metaphor and Mind-Style in Margaret Atwood's Cat's
Hélène VARSAMIDOU: "I am your father, and
I am speaking English, and I love you": Fragments of a Lover's
Discourse in Lolita
Marysa DEMOOR: An American in Britain: Anonymous Comments
on Henry James in the Athenaeum, 1890--1910
Christophe DEN TANDT: Abjection and Oratory in Upton Sinclair's
The Jungle: The Contradictions of Political Discourse
in American Naturalism
Michael HULSE: Derek Walcott, Seamus Heaney and Poetic Authority
Christine LEVECQ: A View on American Humorous Fiction
Marc MAUFORT: O'Neill's "Passage to India": Spiritual
Discovery of America in The Fountain
Phillip STERLING: A Target for Poetry: Plotting Unity in a Poem
Marie-Christine VELDEMAN: Narrative Technique in Lawrence Durrell's
Kristiaan VERSLUYS: "How Should a Good Man Live?" Saul
Bellow and the City
Marc DELREZ: Political Aesthetics: Cross-Cultural Desire and
the Capitulation of Form in the Work of Kazuo Ishiguro and Salman
Michel DELVILLE: Meaningful Interiors: An Interview with Clark
Bart EECKHOUT: How Not to Read Homosexuality: The Case of Mike
Drayton, a.k.a. Hart Crane
Dominique HECK: Doctor Wooreddy's Prescription for Enduring the
Ending of the World: Mudrooroo's Ideological Claim in the Land
Luc HERMAN: JFK Today: Clinton and Stone
Geert JACOBS: Performative Reporting: Speech Presentation in
Lieve JOOKEN: "A Sound Like the Gaggling of Geese"
Lord Monboddo's Discussion of Languages of the New World
Andrew SANDERS: Towards Writing A Short History of English Literature
Ria SNELLINX: Sympathetic Magic: An Interview with Lanford Wilson
Tamise VAN PELT: Entitled to Be King: The Subversion of the Subject
in King Lear
Ginette VERSTRAETE: Joyce's "Gentle Art of Advertisement"
From Art to Mass Production
Voices of Power, ed. M. Maufort & J.P.
van Noppen. Liège:
L3 / Belgian Association of Anglicists in Higher Education,
1997 (Back issues to be ordered from Liège:
J.P. van NOPPEN: Power, Cooperation and Conflict in the English
M. STUBBS: Constructing a Dictionary of Cultural Keywords
S. SARANGI & S. SLEMBROUCK: Cooperative Rationality in Public
Discourse: the Case of Welfare Leaflets and Citizen Charters.
V. HERMAN: Misunderstanding and Power: Contests of Understandings.
F. BELLARSI William S. Burrough's Art: The Search for a Language
that Counters Power.
S. HARRIS: Strategic Discourse: Power, Co-Operation and Conflict.
R. TUFFS: Patterns of Power in Business Meetings.
F. BOERS: Health, Fitness and Mobility in a Free Market Ideology.
I. KNOTT: The Function and Implications of Metaphor in British
"Quality" and "Popular" Dailies.
R. LURIE: Language, Conflict and Power in the Trial Scene of
Webster's White Devil.
M. MAUFORT: Power and the Literary Text.
In Memoriam Betty Jean Jones.
P. PARRINDER: Textual Policies and the Public Domain: Modern
English Literature and European Copyright.
M. DEMOOR: Power in Petticoats: Augusta Webster's Poetry, Political
Pamphlets, and Poetry Reviews.
C. ZABUS: The Power of Sycorax: Gynocracy in Gloria Naylor's
Mama Day and Marina Warner's Indigo
H.J. ELAM, Jr.: "Only in America": Contemporary
American Theater and the Power of Performance
B. J. JONES: Adrienne Kennedy's Dramatic Realism: Power and the
Concept of Being in the American Drama
M. MAUFORT: "A Rustle of Wind Blowing across Two Continents":
August Wilson's Magic Realism as Expression of Empowerment.
G. PITCHER: The Readerly Ruse: Paul Laurence Dunbar's Dialect
Poetry and the Aesthetics of Authenticity.
C. Den TANDT: Vitalism and Control: Frank Norris's and Jack London's
J. WALRAVENS: Positions of Power in the Funhouse of Form: Sabbatical
as a Key (in)to John Barth's Fiction.
D. BRYDON: One Poem Town ? Contemporary Canadian Cultural Debates.
Kate FULLBROOK: Henry James's Hawthorne
Gert BUELENS: Response to "Henry James's Hawthorne"
Elisabeth BEKERS: The River Between by Ngugi wa Thiong'o: Romeo
and Juliet in a Colonial Kenyan Context
Philippe DE BRABANTER: Metalinguistic Awareness in Translation
Christophe DEN TANDT: Ernest Poole's The Harbor: Naturalism,
Socialism and the Whitmanian Tradition
Pierre FRANÇOIS: Martin Amis's Postmodern Re-visiting
of "Planet Auschwitz" in Time's Arrow
Dominique HECQ: Australia's Geopsychic Imagination: Exilic Patterns
An LAFFUT: A Quantitative Approach to the Locative Alternation
Françoise LOSFELD-CARL: The Double Bind of a Divided Heritage.
The Competing Influences of Hogg and Woolf on Emma Tennant's
The Bad Sister
Eriks USKALIS: Exploding Aesthetics: Inside and Outside Michael
Ondaatje's In the Skin of a Lion
Marie-Christine VELDEMAN: Avignon, or the Ambivalence of Place
in Lawrence Durrell's Quintet
Paul J. THIBAULT: Putting Humpty Dumpty's Theory of Meaning
Back to Together Again: Can Saussure Help?
William McGREGOR: Humpty Dumpty Didn't Have Such a Great Fall
Christophe DEN TANDT: Postmodern Realism: Is There Room for Referential
Cultural Practices in a Postmodern Context?
Ingebord LANDUYT: Finnegans Wake and its Intertexts
Dirk Noël: Is claim a believe-type Verb: Further
Proof of the Pudding
Eloy ROMERO-MUÑOZ: Reading Jay Harjo in a Postcolonial
Heidi VERPLAETSE: The Expression of Volition in Political Interviews
Jean-Christophe VERSTRAETE: The Distinction between Epistemic
and Speech Act Conjunction
BELL 2000 (back issues no longer available,
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Franca BELLARSI: Jack Kerouac's Buddhism in Some
of the Dharma: A Not So Simple Story
Maggie Ann BOWERS: Ritual Literature in a Postmodern World: Leslie
Marmon Silko's US/Mexico Border Writing
Johan CALLENS: Preposterous Postmodernities. A Review Essay
Stef CRAPS: Gender Performativity in Woolf's Orlando
Jean-Michel LEJEUNE: Why Write an Autobiography That Isn't? Generic
Considerations of James Weldon Johnson's Autobiography of
an Ex-Coloured Man
Marc MAUFORT: The Playwright as Modernist: Epiphanic Monologues
in O'Neill's Late Dramas
Philip SICKER: The Perils of Plot: Disrupted Desire in Modern
Heidi VERPLAETSE: Aspects of the Use of Want to in Informal
British English: The Private Character of Volition in Various
BELL 2001 (back issues no longer available, but copies
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Watson : The English Hymn
J.-P. van Noppen : The
English Hymn: A Discourse Perspective
: The Two Narrators of Mrs. Dalloway
Claeskens : Tokens of Love : The Treatment of Love Symbols in
John Donne's Songs and Sonnets
Ph. De Brabanter
: Zellig Harris's Theory of Syntax and Linguistic Reflexivity
E. D'Hoker : Sceintific Creations and Artistic Transformations
in John Banville's Kepler
A. George : Linguistic
Stylistics and Literary Studies : Towards a Discourse-Oriented
Approach of Dramatic Dialogue
C. Gevaert : Anger
in Old and Middle English : A "Hot" Topic ?
Hecq : This Ineffable State of Refuse
: Interlinear Forms : William Sanson's Prose Ballads
Schwall : The Working Class Hero's View on 20th Century Ireland
in Recent Historical Novels
A. Shoemaker : Mudrooroo
and the Curse of Authenticity
David Glover : Conrad's Aliens
: The Present Tense with Future Time Reference in English and
Christophe Den Tandt : Cybercolonialism
? The Foreign Policies of Postmodern Science Fiction
D'Souza : Between Resistance and Resilience : Rohinton Mistry's
A Fine Balance.
Elisabeth Dumont : Dracula
and the Explosion of Binaries : The Prescriptive Role of
Doctors of the Mind
Régis Fabbra : Some
Kafkaesque Echoes in W.S. Merwin's The Miner's Pale Children
Françoise Kral : Overwhelming Bodies and Faint
Voices : Mudrooroo's Quest to Write the Native
Lennon : The Real and the Duplicate : John Banville's Frames
Jeroen Lievens : Tied to the Handle
of a Shopping Cart : The Representation of Manhattan's Spatiality
in "Blank Fiction" Novels
: Womanhood, Race and Myth-Making in Toni Morrison's Beloved
and Gayl Jones' Corregidora and Song for Anninho
Ellen Simon : Exploring Regressive Voicing Assimilation
in English and Dutch in the Framework of Optimality Theory
John Skinner : Embodying Voices : Language and Representation
in Amitav Ghosh's The Glass Palace
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