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Bryan Loughrey and Graham Holderness

In this issue, Critical Survey continues to represent international scholarship and research, and to broaden the horizons of scholarship. Featuring authors from Britain, the United States, Australia, Jordan, the Sultanate of Oman and the Republic of Ireland, the issue ranges from early modern to contemporary literature and culture, from Shakespeare to the literature and drama of contemporary Ireland.

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Graham Holderness and Carol Banks

Although this last issue in Volume 12 is eclectic rather than the- matic, the articles and interviews all focus on poetry and fiction written in the second half of the twentieth century.

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Bryan Loughrey and Graham Holderness

This issue of Critical Survey inaugurates a new chapter in the history of the journal. Founded in 1962 by Brian Cox and Tony Dyson, the journal formed a complement to its sibling Critical Quarterly, publishing creative as well as critical work, and targeted at staff and students in both secondary and tertiary education. Critical Survey ceased publication in 1979, and was re-launched in 1989 under the editorship of Bryan Loughrey, who has now returned as joint Editor with Graham Holderness (formerly General Editor). A new Poetry Editor Ben Parker joins our long-serving colleague John Lucas to manage the Poetry section. We would like to take this opportunity to record our thanks to the distinguished succession of University of Hertfordshire Literature staff who served as Editors between 1992 and 2015 – Professor Andrew Murphy, Dr Carol Banks, Professor Sharon Monteith and Dr Andrew Maunder.

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Sarah James, Marion McCready and Graham Holderness

Mosaic By Sarah James

Apple Trees By Marion McCready

Blackbird By Graham Holderness

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Graham Holderness, Vassiliki Markidou, Elizabeth Mazzola, James Walton and James Wilper

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Lynda Abraham, Dick McBride, Hugh Underhill and Graham Holderness

The Gift

Snowdrops Clouds It might as well be Saturday

Riding the Trans-Australian

Scyld’s Funeral (from Beowulf) 597

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Graham Holderness, Sue Dymoke, Simon Curtis, Michael Bartholomew-Biggs, Stuart Flynn, Rennie Parker and Lawrence Sail

The Invisible Man GRAHAM HOLDERNESS

On Lake Oscanawa American Sound SUE DYMOKE

Back Home … SIMON CURTIS

Battle Training MICHAEL BARTHOLOMEW-BIGGS

Mandatory Post-Colonial Poem STUART FLYNN

Only Resting Trading Up RENNIE PARKER

Cutting the Bay Hedge LAWRENCE SAIL

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Khalid Amine, Mark Bayer, Rafik Darragi, Sameh F. Hanna, Graham Holderness, Margaret Litvin and Bryan Loughrey

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Marilyn Hacker, Graham Holderness, Caroline Lamb, Vassiliki Markidou, Elizabeth Mazzola and Ruth O'Callaghan

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Mahmoud F. Al-Shetawi, Anna Blackwell, Graham Holderness, Ruth O'Callaghan and Rowan Williams

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