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Atkin, Rhian 2016. In Praise of Subjectivity: Vision and Perspective in Jorge de Sena’s O Físico Prodigioso. Romance Studies 34 (2) , pp. 125-138. 10.1080/02639904.2016.1151261
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Atkin, Rhian 2015. Narratives of power and resistance in Jorge de Sena’s O Físico Prodigioso. Ellipsis 13 , pp. 13-32.
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Atkin, Rhian 2014. Lisbon revisited: urban masculinities in twentieth-century Portuguese fiction. Studies in Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures, vol. 10. Oxford: Legenda.

Atkin, Rhian 2013. Bernardo soares, pig of destiny! In: de Castro, Mariana Gray ed. Fernando Pessoa's Modernity without Frontiers: Influences, Dialogues, Responses, Woodbridge: Tamesis, pp. 181-192.

Atkin, Rhian 2012. Saramago's labyrinths: a journey through form and content in blindness and all the names. Manchester: Manchester University Press.

Atkin, Rhian 2012. Going nowhere in voyage autour de ma chambre and 'viagem nunca feita'. In: Frier, David G. ed. Pessoa in an Intertextual Web: Influence and Innovation, Oxford: Legenda, pp. 82-98.

Atkin, Rhian, ed. 2011. Textual wanderings: the theory and practice of narrative digression. Oxford: Legenda.

Atkin, Rhian 2011. Tell it again, José! some principles of digression in Saramago. In: Atkin, Rhian ed. Textual Wanderings: The Theory and Practice of Narrative Digression, Oxford: Legenda, pp. 99-111.

Atkin, Rhian 2010. Bernardo Soares, flânerie and the philosophy of inaction. Hispanic Research Journal 11 (2) , pp. 157-171. 10.1179/174582009X12608792134254

Atkin, Rhian 2008. 'Are you sitting comfortably? reading Saramago aloud'. Ellipsis 6 , pp. 107-122.

Atkin, Rhian 2008. The unembodied self in Luís de Sttau Monteiro's um homem não chora. Working Papers in the Humanities (MHRA) 3 , pp. 33-42.

Atkin, Rhian 2007. From Theseus to Daedalus: Saramago, Sr. José and the reader in the labyrinth of todos os nomes. Portuguese Studies 23 (2) , pp. 191-207.

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