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Blatherwick, Helen and Bray, Julia, eds. (2019) 'Arabic Emotions From the Quran to the Popular Epic', Special issue of Cultural History Journal 8:2. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.

Blatherwick, Helen (2019) '‘And The Light in his Eyes Grew Dark’: The Representation of Anger in Arabic Popular Epic.' Cultural History, 8 (2). pp. 226-247.

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Chang, Bi-Yu (2015) Place, Identity, and National Imagination in Post-war Taiwan. London and New York: Routledge.. (Routledge research on Taiwan ; v. 15)

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Farzad, Narguess and Shapcott, Jo (2009) Poems: Farzaneh Khojandi = Farzona Khūjandi Ash'or. London, UK: Enitharmon Press, 0-35.

Ferrari, Rossella (2017) 'Review of "The Theatre of David Henry Hwang" by Esther Kim Lee. London: Bloomsbury Methuen Drama, 2015.' Theatre Research International, 42 (1). pp. 109-110.

Flügel, Peter (2019) 'Narrative Paradigms for Jaina Mortuary Rituals: Mythologies of the Worship of the Relics of the Jinas by the Gods in Jaina Universal Histories.' In: Flügel, Peter, (ed.), Jaina Narratives. London: Routledge. (Routledge Advances in Jaina Studies 8) (Forthcoming)

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Gupta, Vivek (2017) 'Review of 'Cultural Exchange in Eighteenth-Century India: Poetry and Paintings from Kishangarh'.' caa.reviews .

Gupta, Vivek (2018) 'hulām 'Alī "Āzād" Bilgrāmī (d. 1786) and 'Abd al-Qādir Badā'ūnī (1540-1615).' In: Islam, Judaisim, and Zoroastrianism. Springer. pp. 144-146.

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Hadjivayanis, Ida and Shivji, Issa, trans. (2019) Poems for the Penniless. Ottowa, Canada: Daraja Press.

Hiddleston, Jane and Ouyang, Wen-Chin (2021) 'Introduction: Multilingual Literature as World Literature.' In: Hiddleston, Jane and Ouyang, Wen-Chin, (eds.), Multilingual Literature as World Literature. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 1-10. (Bloomsbury Literature as World Literature)

Hutt, Michael (2017) 'The Royal Palace Massacre, Conspiracy Theories and Nepali Street Literature.' In: Hutt, Michael and Onta, Pratyoush, (eds.), Political Change and Public Culture in Post-1990 Nepal. Delhi, India: Cambridge University Press, pp. 39-55.

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Lu, Xiaoning (2020) 'In the Name of Internationalism: The Cinematic Memorialization of Norman Bethune in Socialist China.' In: Skrodzka, Aga, Lu, Xiaoning and Marciniak, Katarzyna, (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Communist Visual Cultures. New York, NY: Oxford University Press, pp. 341-363.

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Manson, Charles (2018) Law & the Tibetan Empire. British Library. Available from https://soundcloud.com/the-british-library/law-and....

Mensah, Eyo, Dzokoto, Vivian and Rowan, Kirsty (2021) 'The functions of emotion-referencing names in Ibibio.' International Journal of Language and Culture, 8. (Forthcoming)

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Orsini, Francesca and Sheikh, Samira (2014) 'Introduction.' In: Sheikh, Samira and Orsini, Francesca, (eds.), After Timur Left: Culture and Circulation in Fifteenth-Century North India. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, pp. 1-44.

Ouyang, Wen-Chin (2021) 'Configurations of Multilingualism and World Literature.' In: Hiddleston, Jane and Ouyang, Wen-Chin, (eds.), Multilingual Literature as World Literature. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 282-303. (Bloomsbury Literature as World Literature)

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Yuan, Ying and Jiang, Yan (2018) 'Rhetorical Figures: The Argumentative “Ornament”.' Linguistics and Literature Studies, 6 (5). pp. 211-218.

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