Journal Articles

  1. 'The Entropic Sublime in Pynchon’s "The Crying of Lot 49"'. Interdisciplinary Literary Studies: A Journal of Criticism and Theory 13(1-2), 160-177.
  2. 'Ecstatic or Terrible: "The Waste Land"'s "Criterion of "Sublimity"'. English: the Journal of the English Association 60(228), 45-65.
  3. 'Sublime Anamnesis: Hysteria and Temporality in Thomas's "The White Hotel"'. Twentieth-Century Literature 56(2), 196-220.
  4. '"Intermitting Power": De Quincey's Sublime Identifications'. Prose Studies 30(2), 142-158.
  5. ‘Mary Shelley’s Sublime Bodies: "Frankenstein", "Matilda", "The Last Man"'. English 55(212), 141-156.
  6. 'Blake's Material Sublime'. Studies in Romanticism 41(2), 237-257.
  7. 'Crypts of Identity: the Refusal of Mourning in "Wuthering Heights"'. English 48(192), 169-186.
  8. 'Romantic Ghosts: the Refusal of Mourning in Emily Brontë's Poetry'. Victorian Poetry 37(1), 99-117.
  9. 'The Father's Seduction in Mary Shelley's "Mathilda"'. News from Nowhere 2, 57-74.
  10. 'Filthy Types: "Frankenstein", Figuration, Femininity'. Critical Survey 8(3), 246-258.
  11. 'Framing Los(s): Blake, Kant, Derrida'. Q/W/E/R/T/Y 5, 119-127.
  12. 'The Wuther of the Other in "Wuthering Heights"'. Nineteenth-Century Literature 49(3), 339-359.
  13. 'Hellish Sport: Irony in "Frankenstein"'. Q/W/E/R/T/Y 3, 105-114.
  14. ‘To "Make a Bull": Autobiography, Idealism and Writing in Coleridge's "Biographia Literaria"'. Prose Studies 13(3), 99-114.


  1. Reinventing the Sublime: Post-Romantic Literature and Theory. Sussex Academic Press: Brighton.
  2. William Blake. Northcote House: Tavistock.
  3. (Eds.). Literature in Psychoanalysis: a Reader. Steve Vine (Ed.), Palgrave: Basingstoke.
  4. Emily Brontë. Twayne: New York.
  5. Blake's Poetry: Spectral Visions. Basingstoke: Houndmills.

Book Chapters

  1. ‘To "Make a Bull": Autobiography, Idealism and Writing in Coleridge's "Biographia Literaria"'. In P. Kitson and T. N. Corns (Ed.), Coleridge and the Armoury of the Human Mind. (pp. 99-114). Frank Cass: London.
  2. '"That Mild Beam": Enlightenment and Enslavement in William Blake's "Visions of the Daughters of Albion"'. In Carl Plasa and Betty J. Ring (Ed.), The Discourse of Slavery: Aphra Behn to Toni Morrison. (pp. 40-63). London: Routledge.
  3. '"Shot from the locks": Poetry, Mourning, "Deaths and Entrances"'. In John Goodby and Chris Wigginton (Ed.), Palgrave: Basingstoke.

Other Research Outputs

  1. (2002). 'Wuthering Heights' . (The Literary Dictionary and Encyclopoedia).
  2. (2001). 'Emily Brontë'. (The Literary Dictionary and Encyclopoedia).
  3. (1995). D.H. Lawrence, 'Aaron's Rod', introduced and annotated by Steven Vine. (D.H. Lawrence, 'Aaron's Rod', edited by Mara Kalnins, with an introduction and notes by Steven Vine). : Harmonsworth: Penguin Books