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Stockholm Studies in English, within the series Acta Universitatis Stockholmiensis, publishes selected doctoral dissertations at the Department of English as well as text editions, literary criticism, linguistic research works as well as proceedings from symposia and conferences. The series currently consists of just over a hundred volumes, the most recent being:

CIII. Nils-Lennart Johannesson and David C. Minugh, Selected Papers from the 2006 and 2007 Stockholm Metaphor Festivals. Stockholm, 2008. Pp. viii+164.

CII. Conrad Lindberg, A Manual of the Wyclif Bible, Including the Psalms. Dedicated to the Memory of Sven L. Fristedt. Stockholm, 2007. Pp. 238.

CI. Harald Fawkner, Grasses That Have No Fields. From Gerald Murnane’s Inland to a Phenomenology of Isogonic Constitution. Stockholm, 2006. Pp. 103.

C. Conrad Lindberg, King Henry’s Bible. MS Bodley 277. The Revised Version of the Wyclif Bible. Volume IV: The New Testament. Stockholm, 2004. Pp. 361.

XCIX. Anka Ryall and Catherine Sandbach-Dahlström (eds.), Mary Wollstonecraft’s Journey to Scandinavia: Essays. Stockholm, 2003. Pp. v+248.

XCVIII. Conrad Lindberg, King Henry’s Bible. MS Bodley 277. The Revised Version of the Wyclif Bible. Volume III: Proverbs-II Maccabees. Stock¬holm, 2002. Pp. 550.

XCVII. Joakim Sigvardson, Immanence and Transcendence in Thomas Pyncheon's Mason and Dixon. Stockholm, 2002. Pp. x+158.

XCVI. Annika Ljung-Baruth, A Steady Flameless Light: The Phenomenology of Realness in Dorothy Canfield Fisher's The Brimming Cup, Her Son's Wife, and Rough-Hewn. Stockholm, 2002. Pp. vi-169.

XCV. Harriet Sharp, English in Spoken Swedish: A Corpus Study of Two Discourse Domains. Stockholm, 2001. Pp. 212.

XCIV. Conrad Lindberg, King Henry’s Bible. MS Bodley 277. The Revised Version of the Wyclif Bible. Volume II: I Kings-Psalms. Stockholm, 2001. Pp. 570.

XCIII. Inger Björkblom, The Plane of Uncreatedness: a Phenomenological Study of Anite Brookner's Late Fiction. Stockholm, 2001. Pp. Viii+167. Six plates.

XCII. Magnus Ljung (ed), Language Structure and Variation. Stockholm, 2001. Pp. V+212.

XCI. Marion Helfer Wajngot, The Birthright and the Blessing: Narrative As Exegesis in Three of Thackeray's Later Novels. Stockholm, 2000. Pp. 211.

XC. Dee Drake, Searing Apparent Surfaces: Infernal Females in Four Early Works of William Blake. Stockholm, 2000. Pp. 178.

LXXXIX. Conrad Lindberg, King Henry's Bible. MS Bodley 277. The Revised Version of the Wyclif Bible. Volume I: Genesis-Ruth. Stockholm, 1999. Pp 406.

LXXXVIII. Gabriella Rundblad, Shallow Brooks and Rivers Wide. A Study of Lexical and Semantic Change in English Nouns Denoting Watercourse. Stockholm, 1997. Pp. xiv+182.

LXXXVII. Conrad Lindberg, The Earlier Version of the Wycliffite Bible. Volume 8: The Epistles etc., edited from MS Christ Church 145. Stockholm, 1997. Pp 376.

LXXXVI.

Yvonne Martinsson,

Eroticism, Ethics, and Reading; Angela Carter in Dialogue with Roland Barthes.

Stockholm 1996. Pp. v+140.

 


LXXXV. Gunnel Melchers and Beatrice Warren (eds.), Studies in Anglistics. Stockholm, 1995. Pp. vii+316.

LXXXIV. Gunnel Melchers and Nils-Lennart Johannesson (eds.), Nonstandard Varieties of Language. Papers from the Stockholm Symposium 11-13 April, 1991. Stockholm, 1994. Pp. vi+221.

LXXXIII.

Helena Granlund,

The Paradox of Self-Love: Christian Elements in George Eliot's Treatment of Egoisim.

Stockholm, 1994. Pp. vi+186.

 


LXXXII. Cornelia Ilie, What Else Can I Tell you? A Pragmatic Study of English Rhetorical Questions as Discursive and Argumentative Acts. Stockholm, 1994. Pp. ii-240.