ARTICLES

A selection of Tambling’s articles can be read online here

Articles in refereed journals:

‘Translatability and Untranslatability: Getting the Truth in Translation’, Translation Quarterly, 78 (2015): 1-29    

‘Judaism and Heterogeneity in the Modernist Long Novel’, Modernist Cultures 10.3 (2015): 357–379 

‘Dickens and Chaucer’, English 64 (2015), 42-64.

‘The Winter’s Tale: Three Recognitions’, Essays in Criticism 65 (2015), 30-52.

‘Great Expectations: Pip’s Name’, Notes and Queries 61 (2014), 5-69.

‘Opera and Novel Ending Together: Die Meistersinger and Doktor Faustus’, Forum for Modern Language Studies 48 (2012), 208-221.

‘Bunyan and Things: A Book for Boys and Girls’, Bunyan Studies 16 (2012), 7-31.

‘Dealings with the Devil’, The English Review 23 (2012), 22-24

‘Dickens, Benjamin and the City: The “Object Riddled with Error”, Dickens Quarterly 29 (2012), 197-213.

‘Dickens and the Persistence of the Letter in the Unconscious: Reading’, Etudes Anglaises 65 (2012), 54-64

‘Dickens and Ben Jonson’, English 61 (2012) 4-25.

‘Lamb, Hogarth, and Dickens’, The Charles Lamb Bulletin no. 154 (2011), 100-114

‘Trompe l’oeil Effects: Paris and London’, Synergies: Royaume-Uni et Irlande 3 (2010) : special issue on ‘Paris and London : Capitals of the Nineteenth-century’, 197-210

 ‘Interrupted Traffic: Reading Ruskin’, MLR 105 (2010), 53-68

‘Translation and Globalisation: World Literature and Allegory’, Translation Quarterly 48 (2008), 34-53

‘Law and Will in Measure for Measure’, Essays in Criticism 59 (2009), 189-210

‘Late Style: Approaching Madness in Praeterita’, English, 58 (2009), 1-20

‘Fors Clavigera: Outside Chances, Posthumous Letters’, English, 57 (2008), 213-232.

‘Carlyle through Nietzsche: Reading Sartor Resartus’, MLR 1023 (2007), 326-340

‘Sameness and Otherness: Versions of Authority in Hard Times’, Textus 19 (2006), 439-460

‘On Not Being Able to Sing’: Filming Les contes d’Hoffmann’, Forum for Modern Language Studies 42 (2006), 22-37.

‘Thinking Melancholy: Allegory and the Vita Nuova’, Romanic Review 96 (2005), 85-105.

‘Levinas and Macbeth’s ‘Strange Images of Death’, Essays in Criticism 54 (2004), 351-372

‘The Language of Flowers: James, Hawthorne, Allegory’ Literature Compass 1 (2004) AM 097, 1-17

‘Opium, Wholesale, Resale, and for Export: Dickens and China’, Dickens Quarterly 21 (2004), 28-43 for part 1 and 21 (2004), 104-113 for part 2.

‘Dreaming the Siren: Dante and Melancholy’, Forum for Modern Language Studies 40 (2004), 56-69.

‘Inside and Outside the Dream of Red Mansions”, Tamkang Review 24 (2003), 63-94.

‘Monstrous Tyranny, Men of Blood: Dante and Inferno XII”‘, MLR 98 (2003), 881-897.

‘Monomania of a Whale Hunter: Moby-Dick’, English 52 (2003) 101-123

‘Why Should I Call You Mad?: Dickens and the Literature of Madness’, Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens 56 (2002), 59-79.

‘Criminals from a Sense of Guilt: Dickens and Dostoyevsky’,  Cahiers Victoriens et Edouardiens 55 (2002), 333-348.

‘Reading Tu Fu: Reading Dante’, Tamkang Review 31 (2001), 65-97.

‘Operatic Sound and the Aural Unconscious’, Ars Lyrica 11 (2000), 23-38

‘Hating Man in Timon of Athens’, Essays in Criticism 50 (2000), 145-168 [This article is reprinted by Gale Research co. in their “Literary Criticism” series]

‘The Violence of Venus: Dante in Paradiso’, Romanic Review 90 (2000), 93-114 [This article is currently being translated into Hebrew by Arieh Stav, for a volume of essays on the Commedia]

‘Martin Chuzzlewit: Dickens and Architecture’, English 48 (1999), 147-168

‘We are Seven: Dante and the Serial Killer’, Paragraph 22 (1999), 293-309.

‘Henry James’s American Byron’, Henry James Review  20 (1999), 43-50

‘Illustrating Accusation: Blake on Dante’s Commedia’, Studies in Romanticism 37 (1998), 395-421.

‘Carlyle in Prison: Reading Latter-Day Pamphlets’, Dickens Studies Annual  26 (1997), 311-333.

‘Terragni, Fascism and Allegory: Reading the Danteum’, The Italianist 17 (1997), 123-144.

‘Towards a Psychopathology of Opera’, Cambridge Opera Journal  9 (1997), 263-279

‘The History Man: The Last Governor of Hong Kong’, Public Culture 9 (1997), 355-376

‘Dante and the Modern Subject: Overcoming Anger in the Purgatorio”’, NLH 28 (1997), 401-420

‘Dangerous Crossings: Dickens, Digression and Montage’ in Strategies of Reading: Dickens and After, Yearbook of English Studies 29 (1996) 43-53.

‘Getting Above the Thunder: Dante in the Sphere of Saturn’ MLR  90, (1995) 632-645.

‘Response to Mary Carruthers’, Yearbook of Langland Studies 9 (1995), 114-116.

‘Nostro Peccato Fu Ermafrodito – Dante and the Moderns’, Exemplaria 6.2. 1994, 405-427

‘Death and Modernity in Dombey and Son,’ Essays in Criticism 43 (1993), 308-329

‘Dante and Benjamin: Melancholy and Allegory’, Exemplaria 4.2. (1992) 341-363

‘Middlemarch, Realism and the Birth of the Clinic’ ELH (1990) 939-960

‘Repression in Mrs Dalloway’s London’ Essays in Criticism 39 (1989) 137-55 (reprinted twice in essay-collections)

‘Prison-bound: Dickens and Foucault, Essays in Criticism 37 (1986), 11-31

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