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Number of items: 18.

2012

Allington, Daniel and Benwell, Bethan (2012). Reading the reading experience: an ethnomethodological approach to 'booktalk'. In: Lang, Anouk ed. From Codex to Hypertext: Reading at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century. Studies in Print Culture and the History of the Book. Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, pp. 217–233.

Mayor, Barbara and Allington, Daniel (2012). Talking in English. In: Allington, Daniel and Mayor, Barbara eds. Communicating in English: Talk, Text, Technology. Worlds of English. London: Routledge, pp. 5–33.

Allington, Daniel (2012). Theorising postcolonial reception: writing, reading and moral agency in the Satanic Verses affair. In: Benwell, Bethan; Procter, James and Robinson, Gemma eds. Postcolonial audiences: readers, viewers and reception. Routledge Research in Postcolonial Literatures. London: Routledge, pp. 199–210. file

Allington, Daniel and Mayor, Barbara eds. (2012). Communicating in English: Talk, Text, Technology. Worlds of English. London: Routledge.

Allington, Daniel (2012). Private experience, textual analysis, and institutional authority: the discursive practice of critical interpretation and its enactment in literary training. Language and Literature, 21(2) pp. 211–225. file

2011

Allington, Daniel (2011). ‘It actually painted a picture of the village and the sea and the bottom of the sea’: Reading groups, cultural legitimacy, and description in narrative (with particular reference to John Steinbeck’s The Pearl). Language and Literature, 20(4) pp. 317–332. file

Allington, Daniel (2011). The production of ‘creativity’. In: Swann, Joan; Pope, Rob and Carter, Ronald eds. Creativity in language & literature: the state of the art. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 277–289. file

Allington, Daniel and Swann, Joan (2011). The mediation of response: a critical approach to individual and group reading practices. In: Crone, Rosalind and Towheed, Shafquat eds. The History of Reading, Vol. 3: Methods, Strategies, Tactics. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 80–96. file

Bragg, Sara; Allington, Daniel; Simmons, Katy and Jones, Ken (2011). Core values, education and research: a response to Mark Pike. Oxford Review of Education, 37(4) pp. 561–565. file

Allington, Daniel (2011). Distinction, intentions, and the consumption of fiction: negotiating cultural legitimacy in a gay reading group. European Journal of Cultural Studies, 14(2) pp. 129–145. file

2010

Allington, Daniel (2010). On the use of anecdotal evidence in reception study and the history of reading. In: Gunzenhauser, Bonnie ed. Reading in History: New Methodologies from the Anglo-American Tradition. The History of the Book (6). London: Pickering and Chatto, pp. 11–28. file

2009

Swann, Joan and Allington, Daniel (2009). Reading groups and the language of literary texts: a case study in social reading. Language and Literature, 18(3) pp. 247–264. file

Allington, Daniel and Swann, Joan (2009). Researching literary reading as social practice. Language and Literature, 18(3) pp. 219–230. file

Allington, Daniel and Swann, Joan (2009). Special issue of Language and Literature: Literary reading as social practice. Sage, UK.

2008

Allington, Daniel (2008). How to do things with literature: blasphemous speech acts, satanic intentions, and the uncommunicativeness of verses. Poetics Today, 29(3) pp. 473–523. file

2007

Allington, Daniel (2007). ‘How come most people don't see it?’: Slashing the Lord of the Rings. Social Semiotics, 17(1) pp. 43–62. file

2006

Allington, Daniel (2006). First steps towards a rhetorical psychology of literary interpretation. Journal of Literary Semantics, 35(2) pp. 123–144. file

2005

Allington, Daniel (2005). Re-reading the script: a discursive appraisal of the use of the 'schema' in cognitive poetics. Working With English: Medieval and Modern Language, Literature and Drama, 2 pp. 1–9. file

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