English Department Publications
Otago Studies in English - an occasional series of texts and studies relating to English language and literature. Its declared objectives are: to promote the teaching of English through the publishing of resource materials for students and teachers; to produce editions of literary texts suitable for teaching purposes; and to issue scholarly monographs, particularly ones that advance the study of New Zealand literature and New Zealand English.
- How to Study Literature in English: A Guide for the Advancing Student, ed. A. Fox et al.
ISSN 1170-6082, ISBN 0-908569-90-4
The following titles in the Series are available for purchase from the English Department using this form, which includes an authorisation form if payment is to be by credit card:
|The Merry Marauders, a 1913 novel by Arthur J. Rees, edited with notes by Julian Kuzma and Lisa Marr. ISBN 978-0-473-13040-4|
|Lenore Divine, a 1926 novel by Jean Devanny, edited with notes
by Kirstine Moffat. ISBN 978-0-473-21286-5
|Tom Hungerford, an 1872 serial melodrama by William Baldwin, edited with notes by Jim Sullivan. ISBN 978-0-473-18077-5|
|The Phoenix and the Parrot: Skelton and the Language of Satire, by Douglas Gray (2012). Otago Studies in English 10. ISBN 978-0-473-23503-1, ISSN 1170-6082|
Sonnets from Four Centuries, ed. J. Hale.
Thomas Malory, Le Morte Darthur, ed. G. Waite.
Playlunch: Five Short New Zealand Plays, ed. C. Prentice and L. Warrington.
Six Renaissance Tragedies, ed. C. Gibson.
World and Stage: Essays for Colin Gibson, ed. G. Waite et al.
Milton as Multilingual: Selected Essays 1982-2004, by John Hale, introd. by Beverley Sherry (Univ. of Sydney) and ed. Chris Ackerley and Lisa Marr
New Windows on a Woman's World: Essays for Jocelyn Harris, eds. C. Gibson & L. Marr.
Also available from UniPrint:
- Samuel Richardson, Sir Charles Grandison, ed. Jocelyn Harris, Oxford World's Classics, 1972, 1986, 2001, 513 pp.
All three parts of Jocelyn Harris's original edition of Sir Charles Grandison (1972) have been reprinted in paperback with the permission of Oxford University Press. The cost is $126.50 (NZD) plus postage and packing.
To order, please contact UniPrint, 161 Albany Street, Dunedin, New Zealand, Tel 64 3 479 8043, fax 64 3 479 8177, or email email@example.com
- Deep South - Graduate Students' Electronic Journal
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