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  1. Muriel Spark and fake news
  2. First World War Poetry
  3. Modernist Victorianism
  4. Contemporary Poetry and Close Reading
  5. open sesame; Dionysus Crucified; The Backlists; Fair’s Fair
  6. Arthur Rimbaud,Illuminations
  7. The Poetry of Translation: From Chaucer and Petrarch to Homer and Logue. By Matthew Reynolds. Pp. 372. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011. Hb. £50.Poetry and Translation: The Art of the Impossible. By Peter Robinson. Pp. 196. Liverpool: Liverpool Un...
  8. Beckett, affect and the face
  9. Eugene Jolas: Critical Writings, 1924–1951 ed. by Klaus H. Kiefer and Rainer Rumold (review)
  10. Mothers, Mirrors, Doubles: Anne Stevenson's Elegies for Sylvia Plath
  11. Collected Critical Writings
  12. Counter-Revolution of the Word: The Conservative Attack on Modern Poetry 1945–1960 (review)
  13. Claude Vigée: Chants de l'absence / Songs of Absence. Translated by Anthony Rudolf. Pp. 56. London: Menard Press/King's College London, 2007. Pb. £6. Claude Esteban: A Smile Between the Stones / Sur la Dernière Lande. Translated by John Montague. Pp. 5...
  14. Nigh-No-Place
  15. War zones
  16. The Literary Cold War, 1945 to Vietnam
  17. Introduction
  18. Cold War on the 1930s and Sacrificial Naming: John Dos Passos and Josephine Herbst
  19. DEW Line, Uranium and the Arctic Cold War: Ginsberg’s Kaddish and Nabokov’s Lolita
  20. Cold War Sex War, Or the Other Being Inside: Burroughs, Paley, Plath, Hughes
  21. The Sacrificial Logic of the Asian Cold War: Greene’s The Quiet American and McCarthy’s The Seventeenth Degree
  22. The Special Relationship and the British Hypothesis: The Black Laurel, The Third Man, Cold War Vienna and Berlin
  23. Stéphane Mallarmé: Sonnets, translated by David Scott. Pp. 128. Exeter: Shearsman Books, 2008. Pb. £9.95.
  24. Pointing to East and West: British Cold War Poetry
  25. War poetry in Britain
  26. Hot Rocks and the Uranium Girl: Nabokov's Lolita
  27. Pound's ‘The Garden’ as Modernist Imitation: Samain, Lowell, H.D.
  28. Keith Douglas and the poetry of the Second World War
  29. James H. Reid, Proust, Beckett, and Narration
  30. Alexander Pushkin: Eugene Onegin (review)
  31. Proust, Beckett, and Narration (review)
  32. The Yale Anthology of Twentieth-Century French Poetry, edited by Mary Ann Caws
  33. The Yale Anthology of Twentieth-Century French Poetry (review)
  34. World War II: contested Europe
  35. Thomas Doherty, Cold War, Cool Medium: Television, McCarthyism, and American Culture (New York: Columbia University Press, 2003, $27.95). ISBN 0 231 12952 1.
  36. ‘Roaring between the lines’: W.S. Graham and the White Threshold of Line-Breaks
  37. Introduction
  38. Contemporary American Playwrights. By Christopher Bigsby. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. Pp. ix + 440. £15.95 Pb. £42.50 Hb. Modern American Drama, 1945–2000. By Christopher Bigsby. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 200...
  39. Guillevic: Carnac. Translated by John Montague, with an introduction by Stephen Romer. Pp. 145. Newcastle: Bloodaxe, 1999. Pb. £8.95.
  40. One Hundred and One Poems by Paul Verlaine: A Bilingual Edition. Translated by Norman R. Shapiro. Pp. 292. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1999. Hb. $25.
  41. Wings of Hope and Daring: Selected Poems. By Eira Stenberg. Translated by Herbert Lomas. Pp. 64. Newcastle: Bloodaxe, 1992. Pb. £5.95.
  42. Harmony, polyphony, ornamentation: Musical rhetoric in jonson's hymenaei and crashaw's “musicks duell”
  43. Mais, quand-même, Monsieur, vous exagérez!
  44. Imitations: New Air and Relish