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Mohanram, Radhika and Rajan, Gita, eds. 1996. English postcoloniality: literatures from around the world. Contributions to the study of world literature, vol. 66. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

Butler, Catherine, ed. 1996. Female replies to Swetnam the woman-hater. For Her Own Good: A Series of Conduct Books, Bristol: Thoemmes Press.

Heilmann, Ann 1996. Mona Caird (1854-1932): wild woman, new woman, and early radical feminist critic of marriage and motherhood. Women’s History Review 5 (1) , pp. 67-95. 10.1080/09612029600200100

Heilmann, Ann 1996. The "new woman" fiction and fin-de-Sièck feminism. Women’s Writing 3 (3) , pp. 197-216. 10.1080/0969908960030302

Kayman, Martin 1996. Lawful writing: common law, statute and the properties of literature. New Literary History 27 (4) , pp. 761-783.

Milesi, Laurent 1996. Figuring out Ashbery: "The skaters". Revue Française D'Etudes américaines 67 , pp. 45-57.

Milesi, Laurent 1996. Finnegans wake: the obliquity of trans-lations. In: Beja, Morris and Norris, David eds. Joyce in the Hibernian metropolis: essays, Columbus: Ohio State University Press, pp. 279-289.

Milesi, Laurent 1996. 'Have you not forgot to wind up the clock?': Tristram Shandy and Jacques le fataliste on the (post?)modern psychoanalytic couch. In: Pierce, David and de Voogd, Peter eds. Laurence Sterne in modernism and postmodernism, Rodopi, pp. 179-195.

Mohanram, Radhika 1996. The construction of place: Maori feminism in Aotearoa/New Zealand. National Women’s Studies Association Journal 8 (1) , pp. 50-69.

Mohanram, Radhika 1996. Indian feminism in an international framework. Indian Journal of Gender Studies 3 (2) , pp. 283-300. 10.1177/097152159600300214

Mohanram, Radhika 1996. Narrative practices and the construction of identity: Edith Wharton. In: McLeod, Alan ed. Commonwealth and American Women's Discourse, New Delhi: Sterling Press, pp. 278-291.

Mohanram, Radhika 1996. The problems of reading: mother-daughter relationships and Indian postcoloniality. In: Brown-Guillory, Elizabeth ed. Women of color: mother-daughter relationships in 20th-century literature, Austin, TX: University of Texas Press, pp. 20-37.

Moore, Jane 1996. Mary Wollstonecraft. Writers and their work, Plymouth: Northcote House.

Moore, Jane Veronica and Demoor, Marysa 1996. Introduction. BELLS 7 , pp. 3-8.

Sullivan, Ceri 1996. Faustus and the apple. Review of English Studies XLVII (185) , pp. 46-50. 10.1093/res/XLVII.185.47

Sullivan, Ceri 1996. Sixteenth century: excluding drama after 1550. Year’s Work in English Studies 77 (1) , pp. 250-259. 10.1093/ywes/77.1.250

Sullivan, Ceri 1996. Wreath poems as florilegia. George Herbert Journal 19 , pp. 95-102.

Tanesini, Alessandra 1996. Diotima, Oltre L'Uguaglianza: Le Radici Femininili dell'Autorità [Book Review]. Women's Philosophy Review 15 , pp. 20-21.

Tanesini, Alessandra 1996. Whose language? In: Garry, Ann and Pearsall, Marilyn eds. Women, knowledge and reality: explorations in feminist philosophy, Routledge, pp. 353-365.

Walford Davies, Damian 1996. “Rewriting the law-books”: the poetry of popular music. Welsh Music History 1 , pp. 206-240.

Williams, A., Garrett, Peter Donald and Coupland, Nikolas John Robert 1996. Perceptual dialectology, folklinguistics, and regional stereotypes: Teachers’ perceptions of variation in Welsh English. Multilingua 15 (2) , pp. 171-197. 10.1515/mult.1996.15.2.171

Wray, Alison 1996. English pronunciation c. 1500-1700. In: Morehen, John ed. English Choral Practice 1400-1650, Cambridge Studies in Performance Practice, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 90-108.

Wray, Alison 1996. The occurrence of 'occurance' and 'alot' of other things 'aswell': patterns of errors in undergraduate English. In: Blue, George M. and Mitchell, Rosamund eds. Language and Education: Papers from the Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics held at the University of Southampton, September 1995, British Studies in Applied Linguistics, Clevedon: British Association for Applied Linguistics in association with Multilingual Matters, pp. 94-106.

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