The Watchman and the Hippopotamus: art, play, and otherness in Thud!
The language of the senses: Angela Carter's "The bloody chamber" and the seduction of the reader
Forming feminism: structure and ideology in Charades and 'The Djinn in the Nightingale's Eye'
'False Pretences' and the 'Real Show': identity, performance, and the nature of fiction in Conrad's Fate
'Abandoned boys' and 'pampered princes': fantasy as the journey to reality in the Harry Potter sequence
'I'll be judge, I'll be jury': 'tail'-telling, imperialism and the other in Alice in Wonderland
Fantasy and the real world in British children's literature: the power of story
Dancing in worn slippers: narration, affect, and subversion in Jeanette Winterson's "Story of the Twelve Dancing Princesses"
"A different logic": animals, transformation, and rationality in Angela Carter's "The Tiger's Bride"
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All was dark; all was doubt; all was confusion: nature, culture, and Orlando's Ruskinian storm-cloud
'Change the story, change the world': witches/crones as heroes in novels by Terry Pratchett and Diana Wynne Jones
Magic, Modernity, and Women at Work
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