Items where SHU Author is "Sanchez-Arce, Ana M"

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EARNSHAW, Antony Robert (2017). Taboo : why are real-life British serial killers rarely represented on film? Masters, Sheffield Hallam University.

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SÁNCHEZ-ARCE, Ana María (2017). Performing innocence: violence and the nation in Ian McEwan’s Saturday and Sunjeev Sahota’s Ours Are the Streets. The Journal of Commonwealth Literature.

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SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M, ed. (2013). Identity and form in contemporary literature. Routledge studies in comtemporary literature . Routledge.

SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M (2013). Why Kazuo Ishiguro is stuck to the margins : formal identities in contemporary literary interpretations. In: SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M, (ed.) Identity and form in contemporary literature. Routledge studies in contemporary literature . Routledge, 140-157.

SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M (2013). Identity and form in contemporary literature : an introduction. In: SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M, (ed.) Identity and form in contemporary literature. Routledge studies in contemporary literature . Routledge, 1-15.

SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M (2012). Meera Syal. In: British Writers : Supplement XIX, 19th ed. Gale/Charles Scribner's Sons.

ELLIS, Jonathan and SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M (2011). The unquiet dead : memories of the Spanish Civil War in Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth. In: SINHA, Amresh and MCSWEENEY, Terence, (eds.) Millennial cinema : memory in global film. New York, Columbia University Press, 173-191.

SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M (2007). Authenticism, or, the authority of authenticity. Mosaic: a journal for the interdisciplinary study of literature, 40 (3), 139-155.

SANCHEZ-ARCE, Ana M (2002). Re-seeding "Englishness": agonism in Timothy Mo's Sour Sweet and Hanif Kureishi's The Buddha of Surburbia. Southeast Asian review of English.

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