This issue features articles on:
- Narrative Burial and the Pleasure Principle: A Freudian Reading of Trauma in Toni Morrison’s ‘Beloved’, by Tia Byer (University of Edinburgh)
- ‘Break the Narrative’: Metafictional Anthropocene Aesthetics in Jeanette Winterson’s The Powerbook and Ben Lerner’s 10:04, by Alex J. Calder (University of Edinburgh)
- Similar Vision, Essential Difference: Mass Violence in Tolkien and Le Guin, by Jamie Campbell Martin (Florida Atlantic University)
- An Urban Romance: London and the Marriage Plot in Virginia Woolf’s Night and Day, byAgnieszka Serdynska (King’s College London)
We’ll be exploring some of these articles on READ over the coming weeks, with posts from some of the authors.
A new Call for Papers is out now, seeking papers from early-career scholars from around the world for the Spring 2020 issue.