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1) 'Ferment in Fiction: British Novels and Radical Movements, 1965-75', Sticking it to the Man: Revolution and

    Counterculture in Pulp and Popular Fiction, 1950 to 1950, eds Andrew Nette and Iain McIntyre (Oakland, CA: PM Press,

    2020), pp. 55-68.

2) 'Gained in Translation: Multiplying the Odyssey', Critical Insights: The Odyssey, ed. Robert C. Evans

     (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp. 145-63.

3) 'Son of Pain: Trauma in the Odyssey', Critical Insights: The Odyssey, ed. Robert C. Evans

    (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp. 72-87.

4) '"I am the man, I suffer'd, I was there": Masculinity, Suffering and Presence in Whitman', Critical

    Insights: Walt Whitman, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp. 243-59.

5) 'Singing the Body Eclectic: The Corporeal in Whitman's Poetry', Critical Insights: Walt Whitman, ed.

    Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp. 277-42.

6) 'To Make You Hear and See: The Aural and the Visual in Heart of Darkness',Critical Insights: Heart of

    Darkness, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp.182-98.

7) 'Chart of Darkness: Cognitive Mapping in Marlow's Quest for Kurtz', Critical Insights: Heart of

    Darkness, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp.166-81.

8) 'An Anti-Greed Novel: Anthony Trollope's The Way We Live Now', Critical Insights: Greed, ed. Robert

    C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp. 206-21.

9) ' Addicted to Greed: Martin Amis's Money', Critical Insights: Greed, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack,

    NJ: Salem Press, pp. 253-69.

10) 'Interanimations: William S. Burroughs' Naked Lunch', Critical Insights: Censored & Banned Literature,

    ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp. 151-68.

11) 'Banned, bothered and bewildered: Lady Chatterley's Lover', Critical Insights: Censored & Banned

     Literature, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp. 133-50.

12) 'Declaration and Dream: American Literature 1776-2018', The Literature Reader: Key Thinkers on Key Topics,, ed. Lucy Webster (London: English and Media Centre, 2019), pp. 101-10.

13) 'Isms and the Critical Reader', The Literature Reader: Key Thinkers on Key Topics, ed. Lucy Webster (London: English and Media Centre, 2019), pp.156-65.

14)  ‘Introduction’ to Colin Wilson, Introduction to the New Existentialism (London: Aristeia Press, 2019), pp. xvii-xxvi.

15)    ‘Voyager and Dreamer: Colin Wilson’s Autobiographical Writing’, Reflections on the Work of Colin Wilson: Proceedings of the Second International Colin Wilson Conference University of Nottingham July 6-8, 2018 (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2019), pp. 7-26.

16)   'Fall into Pain: Paradise Lost as a Narrative of Trauma', Critical Insights: Paradise Lost, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp. 66-81.

17)    'Access Denied: Gates and Interdictions in Paradise Lost', Critical Insights: Paradise Lost, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp. 184-99

18)   'Solid Flesh: Hamlet and Embodiment', Critical Insights: Hamlet, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019, pp. 81-97.    

19)    'Birth, Death, Rebirth: Fathers and Mothers in Hamlet', Critical Insights: Hamlet, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2019), pp. 98-113.

20)   'Contraries and Progression in Martin Luther King', Critical Insights: Martin Luther King Jr., ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2018), pp. 51-68.

21) 'Martin Luther King: The Uses of Intertextuality', Critical Insights: Martin Luther King Jr., ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2018), pp. 71-87.

22) 'Invisible Man: Sensation and Making Sense', Critical Insights: Invisible Man, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2018), pp. 42-57.

23) 'Invisible Man: Anger, Action, and Art', Critical Insights: Invisible Man, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2018), pp. 136-51.

24) 'A Plea for Color: Rebelling Against Monochrome Existence in Nella Larsen's Quicksand', Critical Insights: Rebellion, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2018), pp. 158-74.

25) 'Riotous Angelic Particulars: Rebellion in Jack Kerouac's On the Road', Critical Insights: Rebellion, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2018), pp. 191-205.

26) 'The Frontier of Tragedy: Survival in Measure for Measure', Critical Insights: Survival, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2018), pp. 91-107.

27) 'By the Skin of their Teeth: Surviving the Vampire in Bram Stoker's Dracula', Critical Insights: Survival, ed. Robert C.

    Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2018), pp. 125-40.

28) 'The Crucible: Skepticism, Knowledge, and Tragedy', Critical Insights: The Crucible, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2017), pp. 50-63.

29) 'Scapegoats, Satanism and the Sacred: Arthur Milller's The Crucible', Critical Insights: The Crucible, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2017), pp. 81-97.

30) 'Telling It Like It Was: Doris Lessing's The Golden Notebook as a Protofeminist Text', Critical Approaches to Literature: Feminist, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2017), pp. 233-48.

31) 'The Thirtysomething Wives' Tale: Zadie Smith's NW as a Post-Feminist Text', Critical Approaches to Literature: Feminist, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2017), pp. 265-84.

32) 'Minglings: Form, Style and Theme in Their Eyes Were Watching God', Critical Approaches to Literature: Mulitcultural, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2017), pp. 92-106.

33) 'Knowing the Beast: Lord of the Flies and Cognitive Literary Criticism', Critical Insights: Lord of the Flies, ed. Sarah Fredericks (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2017), pp. 57-72.

34) 'One from Many: Morality in John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath', Critical Approaches to Literature: Moral, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press, 2017), pp. 167-80.

35) 'Grasping The Great Gatsby: A Cognitive Approach', Critical Approaches to Literature: Psychological, ed. Robert C. Evans (Hackensack, NJ: Salem Press), pp. 171-86.

36) 'A Ritual for Outsiders: Philosophy and Narrative in The Outsider and Ritual in the Dark', Proceedings of the First International Colin Wilson Conference: University of Nottingham July 1, 2016, ed. Colin Stanley (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 2017), pp. 79-98.

37) 'B. S. Johnson - Omnibus [1964-1971], Festschrift: Volume Three: The Syllabus (Singapore and Great Britain:  Verbivoracious Press, 2015), pp. 38-9.11.

38) 'Introduction' to Christine Brooke-Rose, Xorandor & Verbivore (Singapore: Verbivoracious Press, 2014), pp. v-x.

39) 'A Dare', Festschrift: Volume Two: Gilbert Adair (Singapore: Verbivoracious Press, 2014), pp. 2-7.

40) '"Hasn't got any name": Aesthetics, African Americans and Policemen in The Great Gatsby', Reassessing the

Twentieth-Century Canon: From Joseph Conrad to Zadie Smith', ed. Nicola Allen and David Simmons (London: Palgrave, 2014), pp. 27-42.

41) 'Analysis: F. Scott Fitzgerald, Tender is the Night', Doing Close Reading: Activities: Anthology: Analysis: An EMC Advanced Literature Resource (London: English and Media Centre, 2014), pp. 160-1.

42) '(W)rite of Passage', Festschrift: Volume One: Christine Brooke-Rose (Singapore: Verbivoracious Press, 2014), pp. 170-3.

43) 'Introduction' to Colin Wilson, The World of Violence (Kansas City: Valancourt Books, 2013), pp. vii-x.

44) 'An Acceptance of Complexity: Ritual in the Dark', Around the Outsider: Essays Presented to Colin Wilson on the Occasion of his 80th Birthday, ed. Colin Stanley (Winchester, UK; Washington, USA, 2011), pp. 3-23.

45) 'Brian Aldiss’, Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 271, British and Irish Novelists Since 1960, ed. Merritt Moseley (Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2003), pp. 3-22.

46) ‘Simon Raven’, Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 271, British and Irish Novelists Since 1960 (2003), pp. 290-303.

47) Saville (1976), by David Storey’, Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 326, Booker Prize Novels, 1969-2005, ed. Merritt Moseley (Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2003), pp. 80-8.

48) 'The Ghost Road (1995), by Pat Barker', Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 326, Booker Prize Novels, 1969-2005 (2003), pp. 267-75.

49) ‘Malcolm Bradbury’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature, ed. Steven R. Serafin & Valerie Grosvenor Myer (New York & London: Continum, 2003), pp. 110-11.

50) ‘Christine Brooke-Rose’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 124-5.

51) ‘David Caute’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 170-1.

52) ‘L. P. Hartley’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 450-1.

53) ‘B. S. Johnson’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 528-9.

54) ‘Literary Criticism before 1945’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 600-3.

55) ‘Colin MacInnes’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 623-4.

56) ‘L. H. Myers’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 698-9.

57) ‘Bill Naughton’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 711-12.

58) ‘J. B. Priestley’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 793-4.

59) 'Ann Quin', Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 803-4.

60) ‘N. F. Simpson’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 913-14.

61) ‘George Steiner’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 943-4.

62) ‘Anne Stevenson’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 949-50.

63) ‘Barry Unsworth’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 1004-5.

64) 'Marina Warner', Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 1023-4.

65) ‘A. N. Wilson’, Continuum Encyclopedia of British Literature (2003), pp. 1052-3.

66) ‘David Caute’, Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 231, British Novelists since 1960, Fourth Series, ed. Merritt Moseley (Detroit: Gale, 2001), pp. 53-60.

67) 'Ann Quin', Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 231, British Novelists since 1960, Fourth Series (2001), pp. 230-8.

68) 'Anne Stevenson', British Writers: Supplement VI, ed. Jay Parini (New York; Charles Scribner's Sons, 2001), pp. 253-66.

69) ‘Louis de Bernières’, Contemporary Novelists, ed. Neil Schlager & Josh Lauer (Detroit: St. James Press, 2001), p. 238.

70) ‘David Caute’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), pp. 180-1.

71) ‘J. M. Coetzee’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), pp. 204-5.

72) ‘Douglas Coupland’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), pp. 218-19.

73) ‘Kinky Friedman’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), pp. 345-6.

74) ‘Stephen King’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), pp. 574-8.

75) ‘William Kotzwinkle’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), pp. 592-3.

76) ‘Andrew O’Hagan’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), p. 778.

77) ‘Terry Pratchett’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), pp. 815-17.

78) ‘Robert Silverberg’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), pp. 907-11.

79) ‘Neal Stephenson’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), pp. 944-5.

80) ‘Barry Unsworth’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), pp. 995-6.

81) ‘A. N. Wilson’, Contemporary Novelists (2001), pp. 1059-61.

82) ‘Graham Swift’, Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 194, British Novelists since 1960, Second Series, ed. Merritt Moseley (Detroit; Washington, D.C.; London, 1998), pp. 262-9.

83) ‘Colin Wilson’, Dictionary of Literary Biography, Volume 194, British Novelists since 1960, Second Series (1998), pp. 325-40.

84) ‘W. H. Auden’, Gay and Lesbian Biography, ed. Michael J. Tyrkus (Detroit, MI: St James Press, 1997), pp. 35-7.

85) ‘Francis Bacon’, Gay and Lesbian Biography(1997), pp. 39-41.

86) ‘John Cage’, Gay and Lesbian Biography(1997), pp. 99-102.

87) ‘Emily Dickinson’, Gay and Lesbian Biography (1997), pp. 149-51.

88) ‘David Hockney’, Gay and Lesbian Biography(1997), pp. 229-32.

89) Letters 232, 237, 284, Letters to an Editor[Michael Schmidt], ed. Mark Fisher (Manchester: Carcanet, 1989), pp. 190-1,9193-7, 224-5.

90) 'The Human Future', Colin Wilson, a Celebration: Essays and Recollections, ed. Colin Stanley (London: Cecil Woolf, 1988), pp. 88-106..

91) ‘Euphoria (Ltd) – The Limitations of Post-structuralism and Deconstruction’, Issues in Contemporary Critical Theory; A Casebook, ed. Peter Barry (Basingstoke and London: Macmillan Education, 1987), pp. 91-104.


 

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