Publications: Dr Huw Marsh
MARSH HUW ( 2020 ) . Burley Cross Postbox Theft as Comedy . Nicola Barker , Editors: Schoene, B , Gylphi ( Cambridge ),
MARSH H ( 2020 ) . The Comic Turn in Contemporary English Fiction: Who’s Laughing Now? . Bloomsbury Academic
Marsh H ( 2020 ) . The Comic Turn in Contemporary English Fiction Who’s Laughing Now? . Bloomsbury Publishing
MARSH HDJ ( 2019 ) . Comedy . The Routledge Companion to Twenty-First Century Literary Fiction , Editors: Eaglestone, R, O'Gorman, D , Routledge ( Abingdon ),
MARSH HDJ ( 2017 ) . Narrative unreliability and metarepresentation in Ian McEwan’s Atonement; or, why Robbie might be guilty and why nobody seems to notice . Textual Practice: an international journal of radical literary studies1325 - 1343 .
MARSH HDJ ( 2015 ) . B.S. Johnson and Post-War Literature: Possibilities of the Avant Garde . Textual Practice: an international journal of radical literary studies vol. 29 , ( 6 ) 1203 - 1207 .
Marsh HDJ ( 2014 ) . Beryl Bainbridge . Northcote House ( Tavistock ),
MARSH HDJ ( 2014 ) . From the 'other side': Mimicry and Feminist Rewriting in the Novels of Beryl Bainbridge . Identity and Form in Contemporary Literature , Routledge ( New York ),
MARSH HDJ ( 2013 ) . Beryl Bainbridge . Northcote House ( Tavistock ),
MARSH HDJ ( 2013 ) . Postwar British Literature and Postcolonial Studies by Graham MacPhee . Postcolonial Text vol. 8 , ( 1 )
Marsh H ( 2011 ) . Adaptation of a murder/murder as adaptation: The Parker-Hulme case in Angela Carter's "The Christchurch Murder" and Peter Jackson's Heavenly creatures . Adaptation vol. 4 , ( 2 ) 167 - 179 .
Marsh HDJ ( 2011 ) . Unlearning Empire: Penelope Lively’s Moon Tiger . End of Empire and the English Novel since 1945 , Editors: Gilmour, R, Schwarz, B , Manchester University Press ( Manchester ),
Marsh HDJ ( 2010 ) . Life’s nasty habit: time, death and intertextuality in Beryl Bainbridge’s An Awfully Big Adventure . Critical Engagements vol. 1 , ( 2 ) Article 3 , 85 - 110 .
Marsh HDJ ( 2009 ) . Nicola Barker's Darkmans and the 'vengeful tsunami of history' . Literary London ( 7 )