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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2017Apophatic rhetoric in Shakespeare's Rival Poet sonnetsAquilina, Mario
2013Between laboratory and institution : practice as research in no man’s landCamilleri, Frank
2008Beyond the wires : the poetry of Philip Larkin in the context of humanismPule`, Vanni (2008)
2016The CounterText interview : Stephanie StricklandStrickland, Stephanie; Aquilina, Mario; Callus, Ivan
2017Critical distanceCorby, James
1965The different types of human relationship in Chaucer's "Canterbury tales"Bugeja, Joseph D. (1965)
2020-11-08Enid Blyton's first husband buried at Mtarfa cemeteryAttard, Mary
2014The event of style in literatureAquilina, Mario
2015-12'Everything and nothing' : Shakespeare in BlanchotAquilina, Mario; Ionescu, Arleen
2005Generic hybridity in late twentieth-century theory and narrativeDelicata, Andre (2005)
1980Heavens on earth : a study of the development of the utopian genre in English literature from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuryMarsh, Alan (1980)
2004Historiographic metafiction in AS. Byatt's PossessionTreeby, Greta (2004)
1965The interrelationship of fate and free will in Shakespearean tragedyAzzopardi, John (1965)
1971La cultura Italiana nella poesia di John DonneMuscat, Godfrey (1971)
2011-12“Let me (not) read you” : countersigning Shakespeare’s Sonnet 116Aquilina, Mario; Milesi, Laurent
2002Literature and the notion of lawCorby, James David (2002)
2007Literature, culture, and the canon : a cultural critique of Umberto Eco's The name of the rose and Foucalt's Pendulum, and Dan Brown's Angels and demons and the Da Vinci codePiscopo, Clive (2007)
1999Mysterium coniunctionis : hermetism, science and the death of the author in John Fowles's A MaggotCassar, Stefania (1999)
2003Mythologizing history, historicizing myth : history and myth in the work of Shelley, Byron and KeatsEllis, Clare Helen (2003)
2018Narrating disability, trauma and pain : the doing and undoing of the self in languageBorg, Kurt