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Literary London: Interdisciplinary studies in the representation of London

Volume 3 Number 2 (September 2005)

Edited by Lawrence Phillips

ISSN: 1744-0807

The Iain Sinclair Special Edition
Guest edited by Dr Robert Bond and Dr Jenny Bavidge

Table of Contents

Editorial Introduction

Robert Bond and Jenny Bavidge


Iain Sinclair in conversation with Colette Meacher


1. Robert Bond, '"The Chapel at the End of the World": Lust and Spiritual Discipline in Iain Sinclair's Landor's Tower

2. Robert Bond, Early Iain Sinclair: 'Black Psychosis' and the Primal

3. Christopher C. Gregory-Guider, Sinclair's Rodinsky's Room and the Art of Autobiogeography

4. Joe Moshenska, The energy of the walker, the absorption of the passenger

5. Alex Murray, Exorcising the Demons of Thatcherism: Iain Sinclair and the Critical Efficacy of a London Fiction

6. Paul Newland, 'On an Eastern Arc': Reading Iain Sinclair's interest in Christ Church, Spitalfields and its uncanny territory through East End discourse

7. Kirsten Seale, Eye-swiping London: Iain Sinclair, photography and the flâneur

8. Ruth Silver, Telling tales about architects

9. Ben Watson, Iain Sinclair: the Right Kind of Schizophrenia (a note on Downriver)

10. Julian Wolfreys, Londonography: Iain Sinclair's Urban Graphic

Book Reviews

Susan Alice Fischer, Ben Highmore, Cityscapes: Cultural Readings in the Material and Symbolic City

Adam Hansen, Ian Munro, The Figure of the Crowd in Early Modern London: The City and its Double

Lucy Jane Kay, The Rise of the Detective in Early Nineteenth Century Popular Fiction

Lynn Wells, Ian McEwan, Saturday

Keith Wilson, Lynne Hapgood, Margins of Desire: The Suburbs in Fiction and Culture 1880-1925


Notes on Contributors

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