Professor Will Christie

BA, DPhil (Oxford), FAHA
Professor of English Literature
Pro-Dean Research, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
ERA Steward (Peer Review), Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research)

A20 - John Woolley Building
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 2374

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Biographical details

A graduate of the universities of Sydney and Oxford, Will Christie holds a personal chair in English Literature at the University of Sydney. He is founding President of the Romantic Studies Association of Australasia and a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities. His scholarly work in Romantic studies has been widely published and his Samuel Taylor Coleridge: A Literary Life (2006) awarded the NSW Premier’s Biennial Prize for Literary Scholarship in 2008. Editor of The Letters of Francis Jeffrey to Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle (2008) and author of The Edinburgh Review in the Literary Culture of Romantic Britain: Mammoth and Megalonyx (2009), he is currently researching a critical biography of the Scottish critic, politician, and judge, Francis Jeffrey, and a major study of the early nineteenth-century Edinburgh Review with the aid of Discovery grants from the Australian Research Council.

Professor Christie is a reader for the Australian Research Council, an occasional reader for the journals Romanticism, Byron Journal, Sydney Studies in English, and European Romantic Review and for the publishers Ashgate, OUP, and Palgrave Macmillan, a member of the Advisory Group for the University of Edinburgh/Duke University Carlyle Letters Project and on the Advisory Board of Carlyle Studies Annual, and a member of the Board of Referees for Sensibilities, the journal of the Jane Austen Society of Australia.

For many years president of the Dylan Thomas Society of Australia and an active member of a number of literary societies outside the university, Professor Christie is also the author of Under Mulga Wood (2004), an award-winning play for voices that has enjoyed performances around Australia and been broadcast and recorded by the ABC.

Research interests

  • British Romantic literature and culture
  • Modern Scottish intellectual and cultural history
  • Relations between Britain and China in the Romantic period
  • Poetry and poetics
  • Shakespeare in critical and cultural history
  • Dylan Thomas

Research groups

Teaching and supervision

  • Literature, Politics, and Modernity
  • British Romantic Literature, 1780-1830
  • Eighteenth-Century Literature
  • Jane Austen and Her Contemporaries
  • Literary Theory and Critical Practice
  • Samuel Taylor Coleridge
  • Novel into Film

Current projects

  • The Edinburgh Review in early nineteenth-century literary culture
  • The culture of science in Romantic Scotland
  • The life and correspondence of Francis Jeffrey
  • 'Eating Their Words': a study of literary influence
  • A literary biography of Dylan Thomas
  • The novels of Jane Austen

Associations

  • Member of the Romantic Studies Association of Australasia (RSAA) (currently President)
  • Member of the British Association for Romantic Studies (BARS)
  • Member of the English Association (executive committee)
  • Member of the Sydney Society of Literature and Aesthetics (SSLA) (currently Vice-President)
  • Member of the Jane Austen Society of Australia (JASA)
  • Member of the Byron Society of Australia
  • Member of the Dylan Thomas Society of Australia (President 1998-2002, 2004-5; currently Vice-President)

Awards and honours

  • NSW Premier’s Biennial Prize for Literary Scholarship in 2008
  • Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities

PhD and master's project opportunities

Selected grants

2014

  • An Open University: Public lecturing in the Romantic period; Christie W; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2013

  • Romantic China: Cultural relations between China and the west in the later Qing period, 1793-1850; Christie W; Worldwide Universities Network/Research Support.

2012

  • Writing the World - Transnationalism in Literary Studies; Bandhauer A, Borghesi F, Christie W, Cowan R, Dixon R, Giles P, Karalis V, Kirkpatrick P, Lu Y, Minter P, Morgan P, Parsons N, Rooney B, Suter R, Walsh A; Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences/FASS Collaborative Research Scheme.
  • Global Romanticism; Christie W; School of Letters, Art and Media, University of Sydney/Conference Seed Funding.

2011

  • The Modern Athenians: Francis Jeffreys Edinburgh Review (1802-1829) in the Knowledge Economy of the Early Nineteenth Century; Christie W; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • Better Strangers: Creativity and Complexity in Literature and Drama Learning; Semler L, Christie W, Gay P, Flaherty K, Manuel J, Hansen C; Barker College/Research Support.

2008

  • A Critical investigation into the Life and Writings of Francis Jeffery (1773-1850); Christie W; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

2003

  • A critical investigation into the career and writings of Francis Jeffrey (1773-1850); Christie W; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Research and Development (R&D).

2001

  • A critical biography of Francis Jeffrey; Christie W; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Research and Development (R&D).

Selected publications & creative works

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Books

  • Christie, W. (2009). The Edinburgh Review in the Literary Culture of Romantic Britain: Mammoth and Megalonyx. London & Brookfield, UK: Pickering and Chatto.
  • Christie, W. (2008). The letters of Francis Jeffrey to Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle. London: Pickering and Chatto.
  • Christie, W. (2006). Samuel Taylor Coleridge: A Literary Life. Hampshire & New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Book Chapters

  • Christie, W. (2013). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine in the Scientific Culture of Early Nineteenth-Century Edinburgh. In Robert Morrison and Daniel S. Roberts (Eds.), Romanticism and Blackwood’s Magazine: ‘An Unprecedented Phenomenon’, (pp. 125-136). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Christie, W. (2008). "Trifling deviation": stage and screen versions of Mary Shelley's monster. In Penny Gay, Judith Johnston, Catherine Waters (Eds.), Victorian Turns, NeoVictorian Returns: Essays on Fiction and Culture, (pp. 159-170). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Christie, W. (2005). Essays, Newspapers, and Magazines. In Nicholas Roe (Eds.), Romanticism: An Oxford Guide, (pp. 426-444). USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Christie, W. (2004). British Romanticism: Approaches and Interpretations. In Christopher John Murray (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850, (pp. 116-119). United States: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.
  • Christie, W. (2004). Hero. In Christopher John Murray (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850, (pp. 497-498). United States: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.
  • Christie, W. (2004). Lyric. In Christopher John Murray (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850, (pp. 700-701). United States: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.
  • Christie, W. (2004). Progress. In Christopher John Murray (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850, (pp. 911-912). United States: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.
  • Christie, W. (2002). State Patronage and the Romantic Writer: Henry Taylor's Modest 'Proposal'. In E.J. Clery, Caroline Franklin, Peter Garside (Eds.), Authorship, Commerce and the Public: Scenes of Writing, 1750-1850, (pp. 218-236). Hampshire UK and New York USA: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Christie, W. (2001). A note on Jane Austen. In Susannah Fullerton and Anne Harbers (Eds.), Jane Austen: Antipodean Views, (pp. 104-105). Sydney: Wellington Lane Press.

Journals

  • Christie, W. (2013). "Prejudice against prejudices": China and the Limits of Whig Liberalism. European Romantic Review, 24(5), 509-529. [More Information]
  • Christie, W. (2013). "To Barbicue a Poet or Two or Strangle a Metaphysician": The Founding of Francis Jeffrey's 'Edinburgh Review'. University of Edinburgh Journal.
  • Christie, W. (2013). Res Theatralis Histrionica: Acting Coleridge in the Lecture Theater. Studies in Romanticism, 52(4), 485-509.
  • Christie, W. (2013). Review of: Romantic Feuds: Transcending the 'Age of Personality'’ by Kim Wheatley. The Review of English Studies: a quarterly journal of English literature and the English language. [More Information]
  • Christie, W. (2013). Sydney Smith and the 'Edinburgh Review'. The Sydney Smith Association Newsletter, 18, 9-16.
  • Christie, W. (2013). The Modern Athenians: The Edinburgh Review in the Knowledge Economy of the Early Nineteenth Century. Studies in Scottish Literature, 39(1), 114-137.
  • Christie, W. (2012). 'An act hath three branches': Being and Acting in Hamlet. Sydney Studies in English, 38, 1-18.
  • Christie, W. (2012). Expiflication and Squabash: Blackwood's and the Brontes. The Bronte Thunderer: Journal of the Australian Bronte Association, 9, 27-39.
  • Christie, W. (2012). Review of: Francis Jeffrey's American Journal: New York to Washington 1813. Scottish Literary Review, 4(2), 169-170.
  • Christie, W. (2012). Review of: John Keats: A New Life by Nicholas Roe. Australian Book Review, 347, 23-24.
  • Christie, W. (2012). Review of: The Keats Brothers by Denise Gigante. Australian Book Review, 340, 48-49.
  • Christie, W. (2011). Review of: The Cambridge Companion to the Sonnet. Australian Book Review, 334, 60-61.
  • Christie, W. (2011). Review of: Thomas Carlyle Resartus. Carlyle Studies Annual, 27, 271-278.
  • Christie, W. (2010). Review of: Organising Poetry: The Coleridge Circle, 1790-1798 by David Fairer. The Review of English Studies: a quarterly journal of English literature and the English language, 60, 478-480.
  • Christie, W. (2009). 'Wars of the tongue'' in post-war Edinburgh: on Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine and its campaign against the Edinburgh Review. Romanticism: the journal of romantic culture and criticism, 15(2), 95-108. [More Information]
  • Christie, W. (2009). Francis Jeffrey in recent Whig interpretations of Romantic literary history. ELH, 76(3), 577-597. [More Information]
  • Christie, W. (2009). In dialogue with the living and the dead: Ted Hughes's Birthday letters. Sydney Studies in English, 35, 55-72.
  • Christie, W. (2008). "Such is modern fame": The Byronic Hero. Bulletin of the Byron Society in Australia, 32, 15-30.
  • Christie, W. (2008). Jane Austen and the John Murray Archive. Sensibilities, 36(June), 5-19.
  • Christie, W. (2007). Superflux and Silence in Shakespeare’s King Lear. Sydney Studies in English, 33, 1-19.
  • Christie, W. (2007). The Story of Samuel Rogers and His Poetry. Bulletin of the Byron Society in Australia, 31, 7-26.
  • Christie, W. (2005). Coleridge and Wordsworth in Pandaemonium. Sydney Studies in English, 31, 109-120.
  • Christie, W. (2005). HIMSELF, ALONE: Coleridge in Isolation. Metaphor, 3, 15-25.
  • Christie, W. (2004). Book Review of: British Romanticism and the Edinburgh Review: Bicentenary Essays (2002). The Bibliotheck, (2), 59-63.
  • Christie, W. (2003). Book review of: Literary Relationship of Lord Byron and Thomas Moore by Jeffery Vail. Studies in Romanticism, 42(1), 138-141.
  • Christie, W. (2003). Book review of: Placing and Displacing Romanticism by Peter Kitson. The Byron Journal, (31), 119-121.
  • Christie, W. (2003). Book review of: Revenge of the Aesthetic by Michael Clark. Aesthetics (was Literature & Aesthetics), XIII (1), 118-123.
  • Christie, W. (2002). 'Fair seed-time had my soul': the Romantics at School. Sensibilities, 25, 94-114.
  • Christie, W. (2002). Book review of: Burke to Byron, Barbauld to Baillie, 1790-1830 by Jane Stabler. The Byron Journal, (30), 121-122.
  • Christie, W. (2002). Determined Haters: Byron and Henry Brougham. Byron Society Newsletter, XXVI, 25-29.
  • Christie, W. (2001). Book review of: Literary Theory from Plato to Barthes by Richard Harland. Aesthetics (was Literature & Aesthetics), XI, 182-185.

Conferences

  • Christie, W. (2008). "First impressions; or, The portrait": art and architecture in "Pride and prejudice". New Directions: the English Association English Teachers Conference 2008, Sydney: English Association, Sydney Branch.

Textual Creative Works

  • Christie, W. (2012). "Full as a lovebird's egg": Women, Sexuality, and Relationships. Under Milk Wood, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Theatre Company.
  • Christie, W. (2012). In a Suburban Graveyard. Here Not There, (pp. 33 - 34). Sydney, Australia: Puncher & Wattmann.
  • Christie, W. (2010). Poem for My Grandson. Wording the World, (pp. 36 - 37). Sydney, Australia: Puncher & Wattmann.
  • Christie, W. (2005). To His Coy Wastress. Arts, issue XXVII, (pp. 52 - 53). Sydney, Australia: Journal of the Sydney University Arts Association.
  • Christie, W. (2004). Under Mulga Wood: A Play for Australian Voices. Australia: Mumford and More.
  • Christie, W. (2003). Concord Repatriation Hospital. Arts, issue XXV, (pp. 90 - 92). Sydney, Australia: Journal of the Sydney University Arts Association.
  • Christie, W. (2000). On Not Being, Alone. Arts, issue XXII, (pp. 142 - 143). Sydney, Australia: Journal of the Sydney University Arts Association.

Recorded / Rendered Performance

  • Christie, W. (2007). Rex Paulson, CD Rom, Hobart, Australia: The Australian Script Centre.
  • Christie, W. (2006). Under Mulga Wood: A Dramatisation [sound recording]. On Under Mulga Wood, CD, Sydney, Australia: ABC Audio.

Reference Works

  • Christie, W. (2012). Dylan Thomas, 'Under Milk Wood'. (pp. Robert Clark and Kirsti Bohata). The Literary Dictionary Company Limited.
  • Christie, W. (2008). Frost at midnight. In Robert Clark, Emory Elliott, Janet Todd (Eds.), The Literary Encyclopedia Online. online: The Literary Dictionary Company Ltd.
  • Christie, W. (2008). Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Timeline. In Robert Clark et al. (Eds.), The Literary Encyclopedia Online. http://www.litencyc.com/: The Literary Dictionary Company Ltd.
  • Christie, W. (2008). The Edinburgh Review (1802–1929). In Robert Clark, Emory Elliott, Janet Todd (Eds.), The Literary Encyclopedia. online: The Literary Dictionary Company Limited.
  • Christie, W. (2008). The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. In Robert Clark, Emory Elliott, Janet Todd (Eds.), The Literary Encyclopedia Online. online: The Literary Dictionary Company Ltd.

2013

  • Christie, W. (2013). "Prejudice against prejudices": China and the Limits of Whig Liberalism. European Romantic Review, 24(5), 509-529. [More Information]
  • Christie, W. (2013). "To Barbicue a Poet or Two or Strangle a Metaphysician": The Founding of Francis Jeffrey's 'Edinburgh Review'. University of Edinburgh Journal.
  • Christie, W. (2013). Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine in the Scientific Culture of Early Nineteenth-Century Edinburgh. In Robert Morrison and Daniel S. Roberts (Eds.), Romanticism and Blackwood’s Magazine: ‘An Unprecedented Phenomenon’, (pp. 125-136). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Christie, W. (2013). Res Theatralis Histrionica: Acting Coleridge in the Lecture Theater. Studies in Romanticism, 52(4), 485-509.
  • Christie, W. (2013). Review of: Romantic Feuds: Transcending the 'Age of Personality'’ by Kim Wheatley. The Review of English Studies: a quarterly journal of English literature and the English language. [More Information]
  • Christie, W. (2013). Sydney Smith and the 'Edinburgh Review'. The Sydney Smith Association Newsletter, 18, 9-16.
  • Christie, W. (2013). The Modern Athenians: The Edinburgh Review in the Knowledge Economy of the Early Nineteenth Century. Studies in Scottish Literature, 39(1), 114-137.

2012

  • Christie, W. (2012). "Full as a lovebird's egg": Women, Sexuality, and Relationships. Under Milk Wood, Sydney, Australia: Sydney Theatre Company.
  • Christie, W. (2012). 'An act hath three branches': Being and Acting in Hamlet. Sydney Studies in English, 38, 1-18.
  • Christie, W. (2012). Dylan Thomas, 'Under Milk Wood'. (pp. Robert Clark and Kirsti Bohata). The Literary Dictionary Company Limited.
  • Christie, W. (2012). Expiflication and Squabash: Blackwood's and the Brontes. The Bronte Thunderer: Journal of the Australian Bronte Association, 9, 27-39.
  • Christie, W. (2012). In a Suburban Graveyard. Here Not There, (pp. 33 - 34). Sydney, Australia: Puncher & Wattmann.
  • Christie, W. (2012). Review of: Francis Jeffrey's American Journal: New York to Washington 1813. Scottish Literary Review, 4(2), 169-170.
  • Christie, W. (2012). Review of: John Keats: A New Life by Nicholas Roe. Australian Book Review, 347, 23-24.
  • Christie, W. (2012). Review of: The Keats Brothers by Denise Gigante. Australian Book Review, 340, 48-49.

2011

  • Christie, W. (2011). Review of: The Cambridge Companion to the Sonnet. Australian Book Review, 334, 60-61.
  • Christie, W. (2011). Review of: Thomas Carlyle Resartus. Carlyle Studies Annual, 27, 271-278.

2010

  • Christie, W. (2010). Poem for My Grandson. Wording the World, (pp. 36 - 37). Sydney, Australia: Puncher & Wattmann.
  • Christie, W. (2010). Review of: Organising Poetry: The Coleridge Circle, 1790-1798 by David Fairer. The Review of English Studies: a quarterly journal of English literature and the English language, 60, 478-480.

2009

  • Christie, W. (2009). 'Wars of the tongue'' in post-war Edinburgh: on Blackwood's Edinburgh magazine and its campaign against the Edinburgh Review. Romanticism: the journal of romantic culture and criticism, 15(2), 95-108. [More Information]
  • Christie, W. (2009). Francis Jeffrey in recent Whig interpretations of Romantic literary history. ELH, 76(3), 577-597. [More Information]
  • Christie, W. (2009). In dialogue with the living and the dead: Ted Hughes's Birthday letters. Sydney Studies in English, 35, 55-72.
  • Christie, W. (2009). The Edinburgh Review in the Literary Culture of Romantic Britain: Mammoth and Megalonyx. London & Brookfield, UK: Pickering and Chatto.

2008

  • Christie, W. (2008). "First impressions; or, The portrait": art and architecture in "Pride and prejudice". New Directions: the English Association English Teachers Conference 2008, Sydney: English Association, Sydney Branch.
  • Christie, W. (2008). "Such is modern fame": The Byronic Hero. Bulletin of the Byron Society in Australia, 32, 15-30.
  • Christie, W. (2008). "Trifling deviation": stage and screen versions of Mary Shelley's monster. In Penny Gay, Judith Johnston, Catherine Waters (Eds.), Victorian Turns, NeoVictorian Returns: Essays on Fiction and Culture, (pp. 159-170). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Christie, W. (2008). Frost at midnight. In Robert Clark, Emory Elliott, Janet Todd (Eds.), The Literary Encyclopedia Online. online: The Literary Dictionary Company Ltd.
  • Christie, W. (2008). Jane Austen and the John Murray Archive. Sensibilities, 36(June), 5-19.
  • Christie, W. (2008). Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Timeline. In Robert Clark et al. (Eds.), The Literary Encyclopedia Online. http://www.litencyc.com/: The Literary Dictionary Company Ltd.
  • Christie, W. (2008). The Edinburgh Review (1802–1929). In Robert Clark, Emory Elliott, Janet Todd (Eds.), The Literary Encyclopedia. online: The Literary Dictionary Company Limited.
  • Christie, W. (2008). The letters of Francis Jeffrey to Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle. London: Pickering and Chatto.
  • Christie, W. (2008). The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. In Robert Clark, Emory Elliott, Janet Todd (Eds.), The Literary Encyclopedia Online. online: The Literary Dictionary Company Ltd.

2007

  • Christie, W. (2007). Rex Paulson, CD Rom, Hobart, Australia: The Australian Script Centre.
  • Christie, W. (2007). Superflux and Silence in Shakespeare’s King Lear. Sydney Studies in English, 33, 1-19.
  • Christie, W. (2007). The Story of Samuel Rogers and His Poetry. Bulletin of the Byron Society in Australia, 31, 7-26.

2006

  • Christie, W. (2006). Samuel Taylor Coleridge: A Literary Life. Hampshire & New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Christie, W. (2006). Under Mulga Wood: A Dramatisation [sound recording]. On Under Mulga Wood, CD, Sydney, Australia: ABC Audio.

2005

  • Christie, W. (2005). Coleridge and Wordsworth in Pandaemonium. Sydney Studies in English, 31, 109-120.
  • Christie, W. (2005). Essays, Newspapers, and Magazines. In Nicholas Roe (Eds.), Romanticism: An Oxford Guide, (pp. 426-444). USA: Oxford University Press.
  • Christie, W. (2005). HIMSELF, ALONE: Coleridge in Isolation. Metaphor, 3, 15-25.
  • Christie, W. (2005). To His Coy Wastress. Arts, issue XXVII, (pp. 52 - 53). Sydney, Australia: Journal of the Sydney University Arts Association.

2004

  • Christie, W. (2004). Book Review of: British Romanticism and the Edinburgh Review: Bicentenary Essays (2002). The Bibliotheck, (2), 59-63.
  • Christie, W. (2004). British Romanticism: Approaches and Interpretations. In Christopher John Murray (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850, (pp. 116-119). United States: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.
  • Christie, W. (2004). Hero. In Christopher John Murray (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850, (pp. 497-498). United States: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.
  • Christie, W. (2004). Lyric. In Christopher John Murray (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850, (pp. 700-701). United States: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.
  • Christie, W. (2004). Progress. In Christopher John Murray (Eds.), Encyclopedia of the Romantic Era, 1760-1850, (pp. 911-912). United States: Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers.
  • Christie, W. (2004). Under Mulga Wood: A Play for Australian Voices. Australia: Mumford and More.

2003

  • Christie, W. (2003). Book review of: Literary Relationship of Lord Byron and Thomas Moore by Jeffery Vail. Studies in Romanticism, 42(1), 138-141.
  • Christie, W. (2003). Book review of: Placing and Displacing Romanticism by Peter Kitson. The Byron Journal, (31), 119-121.
  • Christie, W. (2003). Book review of: Revenge of the Aesthetic by Michael Clark. Aesthetics (was Literature & Aesthetics), XIII (1), 118-123.
  • Christie, W. (2003). Concord Repatriation Hospital. Arts, issue XXV, (pp. 90 - 92). Sydney, Australia: Journal of the Sydney University Arts Association.

2002

  • Christie, W. (2002). 'Fair seed-time had my soul': the Romantics at School. Sensibilities, 25, 94-114.
  • Christie, W. (2002). Book review of: Burke to Byron, Barbauld to Baillie, 1790-1830 by Jane Stabler. The Byron Journal, (30), 121-122.
  • Christie, W. (2002). Determined Haters: Byron and Henry Brougham. Byron Society Newsletter, XXVI, 25-29.
  • Christie, W. (2002). State Patronage and the Romantic Writer: Henry Taylor's Modest 'Proposal'. In E.J. Clery, Caroline Franklin, Peter Garside (Eds.), Authorship, Commerce and the Public: Scenes of Writing, 1750-1850, (pp. 218-236). Hampshire UK and New York USA: Palgrave Macmillan.

2001

  • Christie, W. (2001). A note on Jane Austen. In Susannah Fullerton and Anne Harbers (Eds.), Jane Austen: Antipodean Views, (pp. 104-105). Sydney: Wellington Lane Press.
  • Christie, W. (2001). Book review of: Literary Theory from Plato to Barthes by Richard Harland. Aesthetics (was Literature & Aesthetics), XI, 182-185.

2000

  • Christie, W. (2000). On Not Being, Alone. Arts, issue XXII, (pp. 142 - 143). Sydney, Australia: Journal of the Sydney University Arts Association.

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