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Book

Peters, F and Stewart, R, eds. (2015) Anti-hero. Crime uncovered series . Intellect, Bristol. ISBN 9781783205196

Book Chapter or Section

Stewart, R (2014) 'Down where on a visit?: Isherwood’s mythology of self.' In: Berg, J and Freeman, C, eds. The American Isherwood. University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, Minnesota. ISBN 9780816683635

Stewart, R (2014) '"How can I know what I think till I see what I say?": Christopher Isherwood, E. M. Forster and the creation of a literary identity.' In: Wright, E, ed. Bloomsbury influences: papers from the Bloomsbury Adaptations conference, Bath Spa University, 5-6 May 2011. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK, pp. 157-175. ISBN 9781443854344

Article

Stewart, R (2011) 'Christopher and Frank: Isherwood’s representation of father and son in 'Kathleen and Frank'.' a/b: Auto/Biography Studies, 26 (2). pp. 199-218. ISSN 0898-9575

Conference or Workshop Item

Stewart, R (2014) Born in blood: the gothic and Dexter Morgan. In: Crime fiction: Here and There and Again, 11 - 13 September 2014, University of Gdańsk, Poland.

Stewart, R (2014) The ‘gentle reader’ is a polite convention: Cecil Day Lewis, Nicholas Blake and genre fiction. In: Captivating criminality: crime fiction, darkness and desire, 24 -26 April 2014, Bath Spa University, Corsham.

Stewart, R (2013) Isolation and landscape in modern crime fiction. In: Retold, resold, transformed: crime fiction in the modern era, 17 - 18 September 2013, University of Leeds.

Stewart, R (2013) 'Fatal readability’: Christopher Isherwood, experiments in modernism and realistic social narratives. In: Alternative Modernisms, 15 - 18 May 2013, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales.

Stewart, R (2011) ‘I’m looking for my homeland’: the significance of travel and the self in Christopher Isherwood’s writing. In: Travel and Truth, 16-18 September 2011, Wolfson College, Oxford.

Stewart, R (2010) ‘One doesn’t have much but oneself’: Christopher Isherwood’s investigation into identity and the manipulation of form in The Memorial. In: Determining Form: Creative Non-Fiction Journeys, 11-12 June 2010, University of Glasgow, Glasgow.

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