Essays published since 1997
Adams, Amanda. 'Recognized by My Trumpet': Celebrity and/as Disability in Harriet Martineau's Transatlantic Tour. 14.1 (April 2010) 3-18.
Aherne, Philip. 'the heritage of the public': Samuel Taylor Coleridge, John McVickar and the Second American Edition of Aids to Reflection. 20.2 (October 2016) 195-212.
Allingham, Phillip V. Charles Dickens's Greatest Contemporary American Interpreter, Sol Eytinge (1833-1905), and His Narrative-Pictorial Sequences for A Christmas Carol (1868) and Our Mutual Friend (1864-65). 17.2 (October 2013) 173-194.
Allukian, Kristin F. 'If Not in This World in Another, Perhaps?' The New Man Question in Elizabeth Gaskell's North and South and Elizabeth Stuart Phelps' The Silent Partner. 19.1 (April 2015) 25-45.
Anderson, Anne. Transatlantic Bric-a-Brac Hunters: The Pleasures of Antiquing c.1870-1930. 19.1 (April 2015) 75-95.
Andrews, Stuart. Fellow Pantisocrats: Brissot, Cooper and Imlay. 1.1 (April 1997) 35-47.
Araujo, Susana. Images of Terror, Narratives of Captivity: The Visual Spectacle of 9/11 and its Transatlantic Projections. 11.2 (October 2007) 27-45.
Archibald, Diana C. Introduction: Anti-Americanism in Nineteenth-Century British Literature. 14.2 (October 2010) 127-40.
Artiano, Emily. Reimagining the Transatlantic Domestic Woman: Kinship, Race, and the Novel in The Woman of Colour. 18.2 (October 2014) 133-156.
Ashford, David. Hostile Symbiosis: the American Invasion of the London Underground in Theodore Dreiser’sThe Stoic. 11.2 (October 2007) 85-100.
Atchison, Erin. Transporting Elizabeth’s Piano: Literature and the Piano in the Early American Republic. 8.1 (April 2004) 31-48.
Babb, Genie.‘Preserv[ing] the Freshness of the System’: Itineraries of the Body in Alexander Bain’s Rhetoric of Travel. 8.1 (April 2004) 63-76.
Badruddoja, Roksana. 'Third World Woman,' Family, and Marriage: South Asian Diasporic Fiction as a Site for Consolidation of the American Nation-State. 18.2 (October 2014) 193-208.
Bannet, Eve Tavor. Returning Home during the First British Empire: Britain, Transatlantic Studies and the Problem of Mobility. 22.1 (April 2018) 93–112.
Bell, Ian F. A. and Meriel Lland.Silence and Solidity in Early Anglo-American Modernism: Nietzsche, the Fourth Dimension and Ezra Pound. Part One. 10.1 (April, 2006) 47-62. Part Two. 10.2 (October, 2006) 115-32.
Bell, Ian F. A. 'Work Unbartered': Labour and Time in Pound's Cantos of the late 1930s. 1.2 (October 1997) 159-172.
_____. The Poundian Fourth Dimension. 11.2 (October 2007) 61-84.
_____. A 'Physics of Thought': the Modernist Materialism of James Huneker. 21.1 (October 2017) 189-205.
Bezio, Kelley L. National Innoculations, Immunities and Identities in Royall Tyler's The Algerine Captive. 15.1 (April 2011) 29-44.
Blanco, Maria del Pilar. DBC Pierre's Blood Meridian: Cosmopolitan Returns and the Imagination of History. 11.1 (April 2007) 59-74.
Blake, David and Elliot Gruner. Redeeming Captivity: the Negative Revolution of Blake's Visions of the Daughters of Albion. 1.1 (April 1997) 21-34.
Boelhower, Bill. Mnemohistory: the Archaeological Turn in the Humanities from Winckelmann to Calvino. 9.2 (October 2005) 99–116.
Bolaki, Stella. Illness and Transatlantic Sisterhoods in Audre Lorde's 'A Burst of Light: Living with Cancer'. 17.1 (April 2013) 3-20.
Boucher, David. The Price of Fame: Bob Dylan, the Beats and Dylan Thomas. 20.1 (April 2016) 75-89.
Bracewell, Joy. Bodies of Evidence: Illustrated British Editions of Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin. 13.2 (October 2009) 159-188.
Brantley, Richard E. From Loss to Gain: Aftermath in the Late Romantic Poetry of Emily Dickinson. 10.2 (October 2006) 93-114.
____. Emily Dickinson's Empirical Voice. 15.1 (April 2011) 105-32.
Bristow, Tom. 'Contracted to an eye-quiet world': Sonic Census or Poetics of Place in Alice Oswald. 10.2 (October 2006) 167-85.
Brookeman, Christopher. The Haunted Wood: Ideology and Culture in the 1930s and 1940s, the Cultural Moment of Horizon. 2.1 (October 1998) 175-202.
Burrus, Jessica. Entering the Past: Grace Greenwood and Nathaniel Hawthorne in Stratford. 17.2 (October 2013) 97-115.
Burwick, Frederick. Wordsworth and Frost: 'The Real Language of Men'. 18.1 (April 2014) 43-59.
Butchard, Dorothy. Time, Data and Transatlantic Longing in Spindrift and The Sun King. 19.2 (October 2015) 193-210.
Carso, Kerry Dean. 'Banditti Mania': The Gothic Haunting of Washington Allston. 11.1 (April, 2007) 105-130. The online version lacks the 7 plates of the printed version.
Castillo, Susan. Imperial Pasts and Dark Futurities: Freneau and Brackenridge's 'The Rising Glory of America'. 6.1 (April 2002) 27-43.
Cesarini, J. Patrick. Producing and Promoting Indian Souls in Seventeenth Century New England. 13.1 (April 2009) 21-44.
Chandler, David. The Story in the Song: 'Home Sweet Home' and Popular Anglo-American Romanticism. 16.1 (April 2012) 21-36.
Christianson, Frank. From Sympathy to Altruism: Philanthropic Fiction in a Transatlantic Context. 8.2 (October 2004) 140-55.
Ciocia, Stefania. Conradian Echoes in Vietnam War Literature: Tim O'Brien's Rewriting of Heart of Darknessin 'Sweetheart of the Song Tra Bong'. 11.1 (April 2007) 3-30.
Clark, Heather. ‘Wilful Revisionism’: Rivalry and Remaking in the Early Work of Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes. 9.2 (October 2005) 175–192.
Clark, Jennifer. Poisoned Pens: The Anglo-American Relationship and the Paper War. 6.1 (April 2002) 45-68.
Coffman, Christopher. W. H. Auden's The Sea and the Mirror and the Development of James Merrill's Humane Aesthetic. 12.2 (October 2008) 115-30.
Collins, Michael. Republicanism and the Masonic Imagination in Edgar Allan Poe's 'The Cask of Amontillado'. 12.2 (October 2008) 149-66.
Cook, Jonathan A. Poverty, Class, and Christian Charity in Melville's 'Poor Man's Pudding and Rich Man's Crumbs'. 21.2 (October 2017) 147-167.
Coronato, Rocco. Inducting Pocohontas. 2.1 (April 1998) 24-38.
Cusack, Christopher. Famine Memory and Diasporic Identity in US Periodical Fiction, 1891-1918. 19.2 (October 2015) 153-69.
Daniel, John. Unveiled and Open: Ted Hughes, Birthday Letters. 2.1 (April 1998) 113-24.
Davis, Alex. 'They Grow American': Irish Modernist and Postmodernist Poets from the 1930s to the 1970s. 3.2 (October 1999) 143-58.
Delville, Michel. The Civility of Relationships: Charles Tomlinson and the Conversion of American Modernism. 2.1 (April 1998) 135-49.
DeSpain, Jessica. British Reprints of The Wide, Wide World. 16.1 (April 2012) 113-134.
Dow, William. Down and Out in London and Orwell. 6.1 (April 2002) 69-94.
Eastham, Andrew. 'Master of Irony': Henry James, Transatlantic bildung and the Critique of Aestheticism. 12.2 (October 2008) 167-190.
Easton-Flake, Amy. Suffrage Caricatures: Henry James's The Bostonians and the British Popular Press. 19.1 (April 2015) 47-73.
Ebrahim, Parwheen. The Romance of Nation in The American Cavalryman. 15.1 (April 2011) 133-51.
Ellis, R. J. From 'The Beetles' to 'The Beatles': The British / Beat 1955-1965. 4.1 (April 2000) 67-98.
Elmore, Jenifer. Sedgewick and Edgeworth: A Transatlantic Tale of Emulation, Flattery and Rivalry. 22.1 (April 2018) 73–92.
Elnady, Abdulgawad. A Geocritical Reading of some of Alice Munro's Short Stories. 20.2 (October 2016) 127-1146.
El-Rayess, Miranda. 'Something in the ballads which they sang': James's 'Rose-Agathe' and Tennyson's The Princess. 14.1 (April 2010) 43-62.
Fash, Lydia G. Claimed by Britain and America: Irving's Bestselling Sketch Book. 20.2 (October 2016) 147-169.
Fernie, Deanna. The Difficult Homages of Berryman and Bradstreet. 7.1 (April 2003) 11-34.
Ferrebe, Alice. Dreamerica: Visions of Transatlantic Masculinity in the Sixties English Novel. 7.2 (October 2003) 201–220.
Filippakopoulou, Maria.Intimacy and Recoil: Huxley Reads Poe in French. 8.1 (April 2004) 77-90.
Finnerty, Páraic. The Daisy and the Dandy: Emily Dickinson and Oscar Wilde. 9.1 (April 2005) 65-90.
_____. Decadent Masculinity in Early James. 16.2 (October 2012) 147-64.
Flynn, Christopher. 'No Other Island in the World': Mansfield Park , North America and Post-Imperial Malaise. 4.2 (October 2000) 173-86.
_____. Dismembering Anglo-America: The Body Politic and the First English Novel about the American Revolution. 9.2 (October 2005) 193–208.
Foster, Guy Mark. Looking Good: Neutralizing the Desiring (Black Male) Gaze in Alice Walker's Meridian. 13.2 (October 2009) 127-158.
Fountain, James.'Who am I?' Neglected Scottish Poet Joseph Macleod's Transatlantic Connections and the Search for an Identity. 12.1 (April 2008) 77-96.
Fulford, Timothy. Romantic Indians and Colonial Politics: the Case of Thomas Campbell. 2.1 (October 1998) 203-224.
Fulton, David. 'Too much Birthday Cake': Gunn and the English Resistance to American Confessional Verse. 3.1 (April 1999) 41-53.
Fullbrook, Kate. Henry James and the Analeptic of Place. 1.2 (October 1997) 187-200.
Gair, Chris. 'The Beautiful and True and Good': Culture, Race, and Nation in The People of the Abyss. 3.2 (October 1999) 131-142.
_____. Beyond Boundaries: Cricket, Herman Melville, and C. L. R. James’s Cold War. 6.2 (October 2002) 159-178.
Garden, Alison and Muireann Crowley (Guest Editors). Introduction: The Irish Atlantic and Transatlantic Literary Studies. 19.2 (October 2015) 117-35.
Gaull, Marilyn. 'Conjecturing a Climate': The Discovery of Transatlantic Weather. 15.1 (April 2011) 17-28.
Giles, Paul. Sylvia Plath and the Aesthetics of Transnationalism. 5.2 (October 2001) 103-20
Gillespie, Katharine. 'This briny ocean will o'erflow your shore': Anne Bradstreet's 'Second World' Atlanticism. 3.2 (October 1999) 99-118.
Golphin, Peter. Encouraging America: Louis MacNeice and BBC Propaganda in 1941. 15.2 (October 2011) 205-218.
Goodridge, John. The electric shepherd and the marvellous boy: literary evocations of Thomas Chatterton’s ‘suicide’ in Philip K. Dick’s A Scanner Darkly and elsewhere. 6.2 (October 2002) 115-132
Grant, Robert. Anti-Americanism in Nineteenth-Century British Literature of Emigration: Global Contexts. 14.2 (October 2010) 159-78.
Gravil, Richard. 'The Discharged Soldier' and 'The Runaway Slave': Wordsworth and the Definition of Walt Whitman. 1.1 (April 1997) 48-68.
_____. Blake in Boston. 1.2 (October 1997) 275-277.
_____. Regicide and Ethnic Cleansing; or, Edmund Burke in Wish-ton-Wish. 4.2 (October 2000) 187-204.
_____. Emily Dickinson (and Walt Whitman): The Escape from Locksley Hall. 7.1 (April 2003) 56-75
Gray, Kathryn Napier. Written and Spoken Words and Worlds: John Eliot’s Algonquian Translations. 7.2 (October 2003) 241–60.
Gray, Kathryn N. 'Literary Performances': Edward Kimber, the Novel and Natural Knowledge in the Eighteenth Century. 21.1 (April 2017) 12-32.
Green, Fiona. 'Your trouble is their trouble': Marianne Moore, Maria Edgeworth and Ireland. 1.2 (October 1997) 173-86.
Gumbs, Alexis Pauline. The Black feminine Domestic: a Counter-Heuristic Exercise in Falling Apart. 13.2 (October 2009) 101-126.
Hales, Ashley. 'Was it proper to watch him at a distance?': Spectatorship, Sympathy and Atlantic Migration inEdgar Huntly. 10.2 (October, 2006) 133-46.
Hall, Julie. Nathaniel Hawthorne's 'Wild' Wales. 13.1 (April 2009) 3-20.
Hamdan, Mohammed. 'On Errands of Life, These Letters Speed to Death': Erotic Destination and the Female Epistle in Dickens and Poe. 20.1 (April 2016) 3-24.
Hanna, Julian. Designs on a New Aesthetic: The Courtroom Manifestos of Whistler and Wilde. 19.1 (April 2015) 3-23.
Hannah, Daniel. 'Panting Struggling': William Blake's Transatlantic Erotics'. 16.1 (April 2012) 57-72.
Hardie, Tony.'Imago Christi': Hopkins and Whitman. 6.1 (April 2002) 1-26.
Harvey, Samantha. Coleridge's American Revival: James mrash, John Dewey and ... Vermont Transcendentalism. 15.1 (April 2011) 77-104.
Hayes, Kevin J. Henry J. Coke's Ride Over the Rocky Mountain: A Journey from Leatherstocking to Lear. 12.1 (April 2008) 3-16.
Hazzard, Oli. 'Distanced and Intimate': John Ashbery and Lee Harwood. 18.2 (April 2014) 83-107.
Holloway, David. Politics, Modernism and Bob Dylan's Search for a 'Usable Past' in the Rolling Thunder Review. 20.1 (April 2016) 91-107.
Holman, Rupert. Nathaniel Hawthorne at Greenwich. 5.1 (April 2001) 69-76.
Horne, Philip. Poets and Prophets: Geoffrey Hill in America. 2.1 (October 1998) 161-174.
Howells, Richard. Resinking the Titanic: Hubris, Nemesis and the Modern World. 1.2 (October 1997) 151-158.
Hsu, Li-Hsin. Thomas De Quincey's 'Serpentine' Writings and Emily Dickinson's Reptiles. 18.1 (April 2014) 3-22.
Huggins, Sofia Prado. Slavery, Sex, and Social Networks: The Reception of Harriet Jacobs's The Deeper Wrong; or, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. 21.1 (April 2017) 33-49.
Hull, Simon Peter. A Transatlantic Cockney in Babylonian London: Washington Irving and the Problem of Pleasure. 18.2 (October 2014) 157-173.
Hutchings, Kevin. Romantic Niagara: Environmental Aesthetics, Indigenous Culture and Transatlantic Tourism, 1776-1850. 12.2 (October 2008) 131-48.
Hutchinson, Colin. Transatlantic Class: Martin Amis and the 'Special Relationship' of the 1980s. 12.1 (April 2008) 59-75.
Hutchison, Hazel. Ideal Homes: James, Rossetti and Swedenborg’s House of Life. 8.1 (April 2004) 49-62.
James, David.Shared Impressions: Thomas Hardy, Henry James and the Future of Picturing. 11.1 (April 2007) 31-58.
James, Stephen. 'A Conflict of Opposites': Robert Lowell and Geoffrey Hill. 10.1 (April 2006) 63-85.
_____. Dividing Lines: Robert Frost and Seamus Heaney. 3.1 (April 1999) 63-77.
Jarvis, Robin. Contesting the 'Secret Grudge': The Image of America in The Edinburgh Review, 1803-1829. 13.1 (April 2009) 45-60.
Jones, Carole. 'An Imaginary Black Family': Jazz, Diaspora, and the Construction of Scottish Blackness in Jackie Kay’s Trumpet. 8.2 (October 2004) 191-202.
Jones, Catherine A. Hawthorne's Scotland: Memory and Imagination. 4.2 (October 2000) 133-51.
_____. The Transatlantic Beethoven Hero. 14.1 (April 2010) 103-122.
Jones, Suzanne W. The ‘Beyondness of Things’ in The Buccaneers: Vernon Lee’s Influence on Edith Wharton’s Sense of Places. 8.1 (April 2004) 7-30.
Judd, Catherine. The City of Richmond, Daisy Miller, Europe and the American Civil War. 20.1 (April 2016) 25-53.
Kaplan, Amy and Nina Gerassi-Navarro. Between Empires: Frances Calderón de la Barca’s Life in Mexico. 9.1 (April 2005) 3-28.
Karbiener, Karen. Cross-Cultural Confessions: America Passes Judgement on Thomas De Quincey. 3.2 (October 1999) 119-130.
Kaufman, Will. Nigel Wells's Wilderness Cycle: from Hollywood to Ur. 2.1 (April 1998) 91-112.
_____. 'Our rancorous Cousins': British Literary Journals on the Approach of the Civil War. 4.1 (April 2000) 35-50.
Kennedy-Andrews, Elmer. Seamus Heaney and the Americans. 16.1 (April 2012) 3-20.
Koefoed, Jonathan. Washington Allston, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Epistemology in Transatlantic Transcendentalism. 20.2 (October 2016) 171-193.
Langbaum, Robert. Modern, Modernist, Postmodernist Literature. 1.1 (April 1997) 104-114.
Lawson-Peebles, Robert. Fenimore Cooper’s First Novel, Family Property, and the Battle of Waterloo. 8.2 (October 2004) 124-39.
_____. The Revolutionary Legends of Jane McCrae and Lady Harriet Acland. 18.2 (October 2014) 111-132.
_____. From Macheath to Mackie Messer and Mack the Knife: Transatlantic Transformations of The Beggar’s Opera, 1920-1956. 22.1 (April 2018) 3-28.
Lazenbatt, Bill. ‘How Might the World be Luckier?’: Eudora Welty and the Irish. 9.2 (October 2005) 159-74.
Lea, Daniel. Aesthetics and Anaesthetics: Anglo-American Writers’ Responses to September 11. 11.2 (October 2007) 3-26.
Lee, Julia Sun-Joo. Sylvia's Lover's, England's Friends. 17.2 (October 2013) 117-137.
Lee, Sohui. The Guillotine and the American Public: A Godwinian Reading of The Scarlet Letter. 4.2 (October 2000) 152-72.
Logan, Deborah. Harriet Martineau and the Martyr Age of the United States. 5.1 (April 2001) 33-49.
Long, James Weldon. A Romance of the Revolutionary Atlantic ... James Fenimore Cooper's Lionel Lincoln. 15.1 (April 2011) 63-76.
Lopez, Debbie. Liberties with Lamia: the 'Gordian Knot' of relations between Keats and Hawthorne. 2.1 (October 1998) 141-160.
Lustig, T. J. 'Seeing the Elephant': Constructing Culture in Britain and the United States after Jumbo. 4.2 (October 2000) 111-132.
Lyne, Sandra. Haunted by Arthur: Masculinity, Trauma and Myth in Malcolm Walker's The Stone Crown. 14.1 (April 2010) 81-102.
McAuley, Louis Kirk. Scottish Identity in James Grainger's The Sugar Cane. 16.2 (April 2012) 95-112
McCoppin, Rachel. Sympathy for the Other: British Attempts at Understanding the American Indian. 14.2 (October 2010) 237-56.
McGettigan, Katy. Aestheticising the Marketplace: Appropriations of the Literary Industry in Sartor Resartusand Moby-Dick, 15.2. (October 2011) 173-92.
McGhee, J. Alexandra (Ali). 'Noisom Stinks': Uncovering Anti-Eden in Oroonoko. 18.1 (April 2014) 61-81.
McGuire, Ian. Culture and Antipathy: Arnold, Emerson and Democratic Vistas . 5.1 (April 2001) 77-84.
Mackintosh, Fiona J. ‘My Dreams are of a Field Afar’ or Sonnets From the English: Silvina Ocampo’s Relationship to British Poetry. 8.1 (April 2004) 91-108.
MacLeod, Kirsten. Makihng it New, Old School: Carl Van Vechten and Decadent Modernism. 16.2 (October 2012) 209-224.
McLoughlin, Kate. Bringing War Home: Martha Gellhorn’s Second World War Correspondence. 8.2 (October2004) 156-64.
Malachuk, Daniel S. Matthew Arnold and American Democracy. 14.2 (October 2010) 179-94.
Manning, Susan. Characterless Women and Representative Men: a Transatlantic Perspective. 10.1 (April 2006) 21-46.
_____. Why does it matter that Ossian was Thomas Jefferson's favourite poet? 1.2 (October 1997) 219-36.
Mason, Nicholas. Blackwood’s Magazine, Anti-Americanism and the Beginnings of Transatlantic Literary Studies. 14.2 (October 2010) 141-58.
Mears, Keith. Facing Death: American Eyes and Europe. 8.2 (October 2004) 165-190.
Meer, Sarah. Dion Boucicault, the 'Political Shaughraun': Transatlantic Irishness and an International Theatre.10.2 (October 2006) 147-66.
Miller, C. Brook. Maggie’s Morceau: America and Human Commodities in The Golden Bowl. 7.2 (October 2003) 179–200.
Mitton, Matthew. George Santayana, Harvard Decadence and the Tragic Generation. 16.2 (October 2012) 191-208.
Morace, Robert. Realigning Contemporary Scottish Fiction. 20.2 (October 2016) 111-126.
Morzé, Leonard von. A Massachusetts Yankee ... Charles Brockden Brown's Ormond. 15.1 (April 2011) 45-62.
Moynihan, Sinéad. 'Ships in Motion: Crossing the Black and Green Atlantics in Joseph O'Connor's Star of theSea. 12.1 (April 2008) 41-58.
_____. "Pen and Ink and Page": The "American Letter" in Irish Atlantic Literature. 19.2 (October 2015) 171-191.
Munton, Alan. (Out of) Time in America: Louis MacNeice 1930-43. 1.1 (April 1997) 115-134.
Murphy, Michael. Honoured Guests: the Elegy as Homecoming in W. H. Auden and Joseph Brodsky. 3.1 (April 1999) 13-25.
Murray, Alex. 'The Majesty of that Unknown': Edgar Saltus and Decadent Futurity, 16.2 (October 2012) 177-190.
Murray, David. Using Roger Williams's Key into America. 1.2 (October 1997) 237-53.
Nardini, Nicholas. Henry Reed's American Wordsworth: Romantic Universality Across the Atlantic. 15.2 (October 2011) 155-72.
O'Neill, Michael. John Montague and Derek Mahon: the American Dimension. 3.1 (April 1999) 54-62.
Oliver, Susan. Periodical editing: from Francis Jeffrey to Horace Greeley. 9.1 (April 2005) 45-64.
Olsen, Thomas G. Unquiet Americans: Paul Theroux's Saint Jack and the Re-Vision of Graham Greene. 2.1 (April 1998) 75-90.
Pace, Joel. 'Lifted to genius?' Wordsworth in Emerson's Nurture and Nature. 2.1 (October 1998) 125-40.
Palmer, Stephanie C. The English Craze for Mary Wilkins Freeman. 16.2 (October 2012) 225-44.
Palmer, Stephanie. Introduction: Transatlanticism's Influence on British Literary Study. 21.1 (April 2017) 3-12.
Parashar, Archana. 'I am a Woman Cracked by Multiple Migrations': Transfiguring the Past and Hyphenated Identities Through Memory in the Works of Meena Alexander. 17.2 (October 2013) 159-172.
Parker, Michael.'Changing Skies': The Roles of Native and American Narratives in the Politicisation of Seamus Heaney’s Early Poetry. 6.2 (October 2002)
Parsons, Deborah L. The Note / Notion of Europe: Henry James and the Gendered Landscape of Heritage Tourism. 2.2 (October 1998) 225-240.
Peacock, James. Who was John Bartram?Literary and Epistolary Representations of the Quaker. 9.1 (April 2005) 29-44.
_____. A Tale of Too Many Cities: The Clash's 'Ghetto Defendant' and Transnational Disruptions. 14.1 (April 2010) 19-42.
Perkins, Pam. Writing Republican Femininity: The Letters of Eliza Southgate Bowne. 5.2 (October 2001) 121-37.
Perril, Simon. Two Slices of Toast: Emptiness and Disappointment in recent works by Peter Manson and Andrea Brady.11.1 (April 2007) 75-88.
Pethers, Matthew J. Transatlantic Migration and the Politics of the Picturesque in Washington Irving’s Sketch Book. 9.2 (October 2005) 135–58.
Plasa, Carl. Tennyson Revised: Influence and Doubling in Four Quartets. 2.1 (April 1998) 56-74.
Pohlmann, Sascha. Imagining 18th Century Globalization: Transatlantic and Transnational Phenomena in Thomas Pynchon's Mason & Dixon. 17.1 (April 2013) 21-37.
Pollard, Finn. An Inescapable Relation: J.B. Priestley, Aldous Huxley and the United States in British Literature on the Eve of World War Two. 17.1 (April 2013) 39-55.
Powner, Leslie. Arnold Bennett in America: Cultural Contrasts and Comparisons. 19.1 (April 2015) 97-107.
Pugh, Christopher. Robert Lowell, Life Studies, and the Father Poetry of Michael Hofmann. 5.2 (October 2001) 173-89.
Randall, Bryony. 'Funny, but no hybrid': H.D., Tea and Expatriate Identity. 13.2 (October 2009) 189-210.
Rawlings, Peter. Henry James, Delia Bacon, and American Uses of Shakespeare. 5.2 (October 2001) 139-58.
Rawlinson, Mark. Auden and the Old World: England, Englishness and the Second World War. 3.1 (April 1999) 1-12.
Ready, Katherine. Dissenting Sociability and the Anglo-American Context: The Correspondence of William Ellery Channing and Lucy Aikin. 9.2 (October 2005) 117–34.
Reilly, Susan. 'A Nobler Fall of Ground': nation and narration in Pride and Prejudice. 4.1 (April 2000) 19-34.
Rezek, Joseph. Satires of the Traveller in Maria Edgeworth and Washington Irving: From Ennui to Salmagundi. 19.2 (October 2015) 137-52.
Richardson, Robert D. Jr. Liberal Platonism and Transcendentalism: Shaftesbury, Schleiermacher, Emerson. 1.1 (April 1997) 1-20.
Roberts, Gerald. Is the Anything like it in Whitman? Gerard Manley Hopkins's Unanswered Question. 21.1 (October 2017) 207-216.
Roberts, Neil. The Common Text of Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes. 7.1 (April 2003) 157-173.
Robertson, Fiona. British Romantic Columbiads. 2.1 (April 1998) 1-23.
Roe, John. Huffy Henry and Crazy Jane: the Dream Songs in Ireland. 3.1 (April 1999) 26-40.
Rogers, Samuel. Transatlantic or Nomadic? Lyric Voice in Lee Harwood's The Man with Blue Eyes (1966). 21.1 (April 2017) 93-114.
Runchman, Alex. 'Only Social Credit could have Produced this Poet': Satire, Parody, and the Periodical Publication of Ezra Pound's 'Alfred Venison Poems'. 21.1 (April 2017) 69-92.
Ryan, Robert. Let Harold Skimpole Live!: Analogy, Form, and the Politics of Refusal. 21.2 (October 2017) 129-146.
Sagar, Keith. Lawrence's debt to Whitman. 7.1 (April 2003) 99-117.
Sasser, Kim. Solidarity Through Difference: Rushdie's Anti-Example in The Jaguar Smile. 13.1 (April 2009) 61-80.
Schneider, Matthew. Spitting At/As Abjection in Dickens’s American Notes and Martin Chuzzlewit. 14.2 (October 2010) 219-38.
Shands, Kerstin W. The Manifest and the Subterranean: Narratives of Desire, Motherhood and Spirituality in Gail Godwin's Unfinished Desires. 17.1 (April 2013) 57-67.
Shannon, Ashley E. Lydia Maria Child's Romantic Revolution. 16.1 (April 2012) 73-94.
Shaw, Amber. The 'Dire Clash of Civil War' in George Eliot's Daniel Deronda. 21.1 (April 2017) 51-68.
Sheppard, Robert. The Poetics of Poetics: Charles Bernstein, Allen Fisher and 'the poetic thinking that results'. 3.1 (April 1999) 78-92.
Simmons, David. H. P. Lovecraft and the Shadow of England. 11.1 (April 2007) 89–104.
Smith, Nicholas D. The Early American Reception of Izaak Walton’s The Compleat Angler. 7.2 (October 2003) 221–240.
Sood, Arun. The Burnsian Palimpsest: Robert Burns in American Cultural Memory, c.1840–1860. 22.1 (April 2018) 49–71.
Stubbs, Tara. Transatlantic Poetics: "webs of connection" in recent Irish-American Critical Writing. 19.2 (October 2015) 211–23.
Sutton, Emma. Foreign Bodies: Mark Twain, Music and Anglo-American Identity. 8.1 (April 2004) 109--119.
Svogun, Margaret duMais. Alice and Holden: Who in the World Am I? 20.1 (April 2016) 55–73.
Swigg, Richard. Look with the Ears: English and American in Charles Tomlinson's Early Poetry. 3.2 (October 1999) 159–80
_____. Charles Tomlinson's American Voices. 7.1 (April 2003) 136–156.
Swyderski, Ann. Dickinson and 'that Foreign Lady - '. 4.1 (April 2000) 51–65.
_____. Dickinson's Enchantment: The Barrett Browning Fascicles. 7.1 (April 2003) 76–98.
Tanner, Tony. Sex and Narrative. 2.1 (April 1998) 201–17
Tavernier-Courbin, Jacqueline. To Love or Not to Love? Jack London and Anna Strunsky's The Kempton-Wace Letters. 1.2 (October 1997) 255–75.
Taylor, Andrew. Henry James’s ‘crushing mission’: utopianism on Manhattan Island. 6.2 (October 2002) 99–114.
_____. Mason & Dixon and the Transnational Vortices of Historical Fiction. 16.1 (April 2012) 37–56.
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Teahan, Sheila. (De)Facing Aestheticism in The Outcry. 5.2 (2001) 159-171.
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