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Image & link: book cover - Intertextuality

1. Intertextuality: Theories and practices, edited and introduced with Judith Still (Manchester University Press, 1990; paperback edition January 1991; reprinted March 1993)

Image & link: book cover - La Goutte d;Or

2. Tournier: La Goutte d'or (University of Glasgow French and German Publications, 1992; reprinted 1995).


Image & link: bool cover - The dawn Breakers

3. René Char: The Dawn Breakers/Les Matinaux, edited, introduced and translated by Michael Worton (Bloodaxe Books, 1992).


Image & link book cover - Textuality and Sexuality
4. Textuality and Sexuality: reading theori18 April, 2010duced with Judith Still (Manchester University Press, 1993).
Image & link: book cover - Michael Tourneir

5. Michel Tournier, edited by Michael Worton (Longman, 1995).


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6. Painting and Narrative (edited by Michael Worton; special issue of Paragraph 19:3 (1996).
Image: & link book cover - Typical Men 7. Typical Men (Djanogly Art Gallery, Nottingham, 2001). Catalogue of the exhibition Typical Men. Recent Photography of the Male Body by Men (see below under 'Exhibition').
Image & link: book cover - Women's Writing

8. Women's Writing in Contemporary France. New Writers, New Literatures in the 1990s, edited with Gill Rye (Manchester University Press, 2002).

Book cover: National Healths

9. National Healths: Gender, Sexuality and Health in a Cross-cultural Context, edited with Nana Wilson-Tagoe (UCL Press, 2004)

Review of Modern Foreign Languages Provision in Higher Education in England (Higher Education Funding Council for England, 2009)

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Forthcoming French Studies in and for the 21 st century (edited with Philippe Lane), 2010
Forthcoming Liberating learning (edited with Patrick Derham), 2010


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