Use of English 68.1 Autumn 2016

Edited by Dr Thomas Day

68.1 Cover trees reflected in a lakeContents

Editorial: Thomas Day

Children, Chernobyl and Gillian Clarke - a Living Voice at GCSE: Paul Barnes

Return to Cold Knap Lake: Gillian Clarke

Cold Knap Lake: Gillian Clarke

Gertrude: Glyn Evans

The Voice of Wales: Gillian Clarke and the Anglo-Welsh Poetic Tradition: Sarah-Jane Bentley

Homage to Geoffrey Hill: The Lost Amazing Crown: Peter Carpenter

Text and Context: A Reading of 'Adam lay ibowndyn': Malcolm Hebron

A Fractured Understanding: Piecing Together Christina Rossetti: Clare Unsworth

A Place Free from Compromise: Literary Studies and Resilient Learning: Elizabeth Chapman Hoult

Practically Speaking: Doing English in a Knowledge Economy: Oli Belas

How to be a Radical Educator in an Epoch of Incredulity: Daniel Xerri

Reviews

Heuristic Shakespeare: The Tempest App for iPad, reviewed by Jenny Stevens

Making Poetry Matter: International Research on Poetry Pedagogy, edited by Sue Dymoke, Andrew Lambirthe and Anthony Wilson; Making Poetry Happen: Transforming the Poetry Classroom, edited by Sue Dymoke, Myra Barrs, Andrew Lambirthe and Anthony Wilson, reviewed by Andrew Lloyd

Criticism, by Catherine Belsey, reviewed by Katherine Mair

On the Difficulty of Living Together: Memory, Politics and History, by Manuel Cruz, translated by Richard Jacques, reviewed by Kate Ash-Irisarri

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