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Llewellyn, Mark and Heilmann, Ann (2013) The Victorians now : global reflections on neo-Victorianism. Critical Quarterly, 55 (1). pp. 24-42. ISSN 0011-1562

Llewellyn, Mark and Heilmann, Ann; John, Juliet, ed. (2013) Gender, sexuality and the victorians. In: The Oxford handbook of victorian literature. Oxford University Press, Oxford. (In Press)

Llewellyn, Mark; Frazier, Adrian and Montague, Conor, eds. (2012) George Moore, the credit crunch and cultural economics. In: George Moore. Irish Academic Press, Dublin. ISBN 9780716531470

Llewellyn, Mark; Westall, Claire and Kim, Rina, eds. (2012) Authenticity, authority and the author : the sugared voice of the neo-victorian in The crimson petal and the white. In: Cross-gendered literary voices. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 185-203. ISBN 9780230299870

Llewellyn, Mark and Heilmann, Ann; Huguet, Christine and Garcier, Fabienne, eds. (2011) From Wagnerian Künstlerroman to Freudian family romance : the quest for female selfhood in George Moore’s Evelyn Innes (1896) and Sister Teresa (1901). In: George Moore across borders. Rodopi.

Muller, N. and Llewellyn, M. (2011) Introduction : Feminisms, sex and the body. Journal of Gender Studies, 20 (4). pp. 315-319. ISSN 0958-9236

Llewellyn, Mark (2011) On lines and their crossing : reflections on the conference closing session. Victorian Network, 3 (1). pp. 64-70.

Llewellyn, Mark; Kohlke, Marie-Luise and Gutleben, Christian, eds. (2010) Perfectly innocent, natural, playful : the incest game in neo-victorian women’s writing. In: Neo-victorian tropes of trauma. Neo-Victorian Series . Rodopi, Amsterdam, pp. 133-160. ISBN 9789042032309

Heilmann, Ann and Llewellyn, Mark (2010) Neo-victorianism : the victorians in the twenty-first century, 1999-2009. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 9780230241138

Llewellyn, Mark; Pulham, Patricia and Arias, Rosario, eds. (2010) Spectral possessions : or, some reflections in the glass. In: Haunting and spectrality in neo-victorian fiction. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 39-58. ISBN 9780230205574

Llewellyn, Mark (2009) Neo-victorianism : on the ethics and aesthetics of appropriation. LIT: Literature Interpretation Theory, 20 (1-2). pp. 27-44.

Llewellyn, Mark (2008) What is neo-victorian studies? Neo-Victorian Studies, 1 (1). pp. 164-185.

Llewellyn, Mark; Heilmann, Ann and Llewellyn, Mark, eds. (2007) Breaking the mould : Sarah Waters and the politics of genre. In: Metafiction and metahistory in contemporary women’s writing. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke, pp. 195-210. ISBN 9780230005044

Heilmann, Ann and Llewellyn, Mark (2007) Metafiction and metahistory in contemporary women’s writing. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. ISBN 9780230005044

Llewellyn, Mark and Heilmann, Ann (2007) George Moore and literary censorship : the textual and sexual history of John Norton and Hugh Monfert. English Literature in Transition, 50 (4). pp. 371-392.

Llewellyn, Mark (2007) ‘"One of God’s Spies”: Patricia Duncker’s Queer Gothic’. Women: A Cultural Review, 18 (1). pp. 84-97.

Llewellyn, Mark (2007) ‘Pagan Moore: Poetry, Painting and Passive Masculinity in George Moore’s Flowers of Passion (1877) and Pagan Poems (1881)’. Victorian Poetry, 45 (1). pp. 77-92.

Llewellyn, Mark; Barfoot, Cedric, ed. (2006) Cease thy wanton lust : the cult of Venetia, Thomas Randolph’s elegy and the possibilities of classical sex. In: And never know the joy. DQR Studies in Literature . Rodopi, Amsterdam, pp. 89-106. ISBN 9789042020757

Llewellyn, Mark; Pierse, Mary S., ed. (2006) Religion and its (artistic) discontents : gender, celibacy, the artist and George Moore. In: George Moore. Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, pp. 220-231. ISBN 1847180299

Llewellyn, Mark (2006) 'George Moore, “John Oliver Hobbes” and the New Woman Artist’. Rivista di Studi Vittoriani, 21. pp. 75-92.

Llewellyn, Mark (2005) “Masculinity, materialism and the introjected self in George Moore’s Mike Fletcher: “I’m weary of playing at Faust”’. English Literature in Transition, 48 (2). pp. 131-146.

Heilmann, Ann and Llewellyn, Mark (2004) What Kitty knew : George Moore’s John Norton, multiple personality and the psychopathology of late-victorian sex crime. Nineteenth-Century Literature, 59 (3). pp. 372-403. ISSN 0891-9356

Llewellyn, Mark (2004) Queer? I should say it is criminal! : Sarah Waters’ affinity 1999. Journal of Gender Studies, 13 (3). pp. 203-214. ISSN 0958-9236

Llewellyn, Mark (2002) Katherine Philips : friendship, poetry and neo-platonic thought in seventeenth century England. Philological Quarterly, 81 (4). pp. 441-468. ISSN 0031-7977

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