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Hunter, E. and Jonas, J. 2011. Breaking the Silence: Black
and White Women’s Writing. In A. Lockhart (ed.), SA LIT:
Beyond 2000, pp. 97-118. KwaZulu-Natal: University of
KwaZulu-Natal Press. ISBN 9781869142124.
Mesthrie, R. 2011. Introduction: the sociolinguistic
enterprise. In R. Mesthrie (ed.), The Cambridge Handbook
of Sociolinguistics, pp. 1-14. New York, USA: Cambridge
University Press. ISBN 978-0521-897-075.
Schalkwyk, D.J. 2011. Music, Food and Love in the
Affective landscapes of Twelfth Night. In J. Schiffer (ed.),
Twelfth Night: Critical Essays, pp. 81-98. USA: Taylor and
Francis. ISBN 9780415973359.
Van der Schyff, K. 2011. Staging the Body of the (M)other:
The “Hottentot Venus” and the “Wild Dancing Bushman”.
In N. Gordon-Chipembere (ed.), Representation and Black
Womanhood, pp. 147-163. USA: Palgrave Macmillan.
ISBN 9780230117792.
Articles in Peer-reviewed Journals
Brookes, H. 2011. Amangama amathathu “The three
letters’: the emergence of a quotable gesture (emblem).
Gesture, 11(2): 194-217.
Coovadia, I. 2011. Stephen Watson (1954-2011). Current
Writing, 23(2): 86-87.
Dodd, A. 2011. Changing gears: Profile of Jay Pather. Art
South Africa, 9(3): 26-27.
Dodd, A. 2011. Exhibition review. Brett Murray: Hail to the
Thief. Art South Africa, 9(3): 64-65.
Dodd, A. 2011. Exhibition review: Niklas Zimmer. Art South
Africa, 9.5: 71-72.
Dodd, A. 2011. Pump up the parlour. Art South Africa,
9(4): 72-73.
Dodd, A. 2011. Soviets in the Archive: In memoriam - Jon
Berndt. Art South Africa, 9(3): 54-55.
Driver, D.J. 2011. ZoeWicomb and the Cape Cosmopolitan.
Current Writing, 23(2): 93-107.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. A maxim from Wilhelm Meisters
Lehrjahre and “The Beautiful Changes”. Germanic Notes
and Reviews, 42(1): 44-45.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. An allusion to Richard II in Keats’s
‘Imitation of Spenser’. Keats-Shelley Review, 25(1): 79-80.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. Deaths ceremonious and casual.
Texas Review, 32(1&2): 77-95.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. Goethe, Schiller and Empedocles
on Etna. Notes and Queries, 58(1): 89-93.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. Keats, Hood, Dickens, crones
and little boys. Keats-Shelley Review, 25(1): 81-82.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. Le Sage, Swift and Dombey and
Son. Explicator, 69(1): 1-3.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. Melomachia: Melodic challenge
and displacement in some nineteenth-century music.
Journal of Musicological Research, 30(4): 297-308.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. Ronald Hynd’s Merry Widow:
Toward a definition of the ballet lyrique. Brolga, 34(2):
Edgecombe,R.S. 2011.Some instancesof ornithomorphism
in eighteenth- and nineteenth-century music. Musical
Times, 152(2): 71-94.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. The deictic in ‘diese Tone’:
thoughts on the finale’s proem in Ninth Symphony of
Beethoven. Musical Times, 152(1917): 31-44.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. The emblematic texture of
Antonioni’s Blow-up. Film Criticism, 36(1): 68-84.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. Thomas Lovell Beddoes’s Alfarabi:
A redating and reconsideration. Keats-Shelley Review,
25(2): 101-21.
Edgecombe, R.S. 2011. Wilbur, Marvell, Henry James and
the garden of the world. Explicator, 69(1): 30-32.
Haresnape, G.L. 2011. Poetry: Cut short. English Academy
Review, 28(1): 124-125.
Knox-Shaw, P. 2011. Coleridge, Hartley, and ‘The
Nightingale’. Review of English Studies, 62(255): 433-440.
Lee, B. 2009. Pride, Queen of the Sins; Pious Legends,
and The Metamorphosed Monarch”. The Southern African
Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 19: 1-40.
Parsons, C. 2011. Scaling the Gigberge: Cosmopolitanism,
Cartography and Space in Zoe Wicomb’s You Can’t Get
Lost in Cape Town. Current Writing, 23(2): 108-117.
Parsons, C. 2011. The archive in ruins: James Clarence
Mangan and colonial cartography. Interventions:
International Journal of Postcolonial Studies, 13(3):
Schalkwyk, D.J. 2011. “Love’s Transgression”:
Service, Romeo, Juliet and the Finality of the You. The
Shakespearean International Yearbook, 11: 111-148.