AUMLA

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AUMLAAustralasian Universities Modern Language Association (journal)
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His publications on ecocriticism and Shakespeare have appeared in PMLA, AUMLA, CRCL, ISLE, Mosaic, and other journals.
"Flaubert's Un Coeur simple: Myth and the Genealogy of Religion." AUMLA 47 (1977): 39-48.
Thornton, `Horace's ode to Calliope (III,4)', AUMLA 23 (1965), 96-102 and W.
"Control and Conflict: Dialogue in Prose Fiction." AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association 74 (1990): 136-53.
"Syntactical Ambiguity in Horace and Virgil." AUMLA 14 (1960) 36--46.
Thornton's conclusion, AUMLA 17 (1962), 77--9, was independently arrived at by M.
(4) Sarah Cozens, 'Fierce Heroes of a Dying Race: Sygurd Wisniowski's Portrayal of Maori in Ten Years in Australia', AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Modern Language Association, 107 (2007), 40-53 (p.
Gibson, "Massinger's Use of His Sources for The Roman Actor" AUMLA 15 (1961): 60-72 (60, 70-72); Russ McDonald, "High Seriousness and the Popular Form: The Case of The Maid of Honor" in Philip Massinger: A Critical Reassessment, ed.
"Mythic prefigurations of Zola's worldview in La Confession de Claude." AUMLA 77 (mai 1992): 20-31.
His scholarly articles have appeared in ISLE, AUMLA, McNeese Review, Review of Contemporary Fiction, and Twentieth-Century Literature.
(4.) Jennifer Laws, "The Generic Complexities of A Lover's Complaint and its Relationship to the Sonnets in Shakespeare's 1609 Volume," AUMLA: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association 89 (1998): 79-97; MacD.
3-22; and Michael Ackland, "'Though Urged by Doubt': Charles Harpur and the Nineteenth Century Crisis of Faith," AUMLA 64 (1985): 154-174.