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A. S. Byatt’s Short Fiction: A Bibliography

Armelle Parey, Isabelle Roblin et Emilie Walezak
p. 221-233

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Auteurs étudiés :

Antonia Susan Byatt
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Primary Sources

Collected Volumes

1Sugar and Other Stories. 1987. London: Penguin, 1988. Print.

2The Matisse Stories. 1993. London: Vintage, 1994. Print.

3The Djinn in the Nightingale’s Eye: Five Fairy Stories. 1994. London: Vintage, 1995. Print.

4Angels and Insects. 1992. London: Vintage. 1995. Print.

5Elementals: Stories of Fire and Ice. 1998. London: Vintage, 1999. Print.

6Little Black Book of Stories. 2003. London: Vintage, 2004. Print.

7Medusa’s Ankles: Selected Stories. London: Chatto & Windus, 2021. Print.

Uncollected Stories

8“Daniel.” Encounter 46.3 (April 1976): 3-8. Print.

9“The Distinguished Thing in a Bottle.” Daily Telegraph 8 Feb. 1997: A6. Print.

10“Heavenly Bodies.” Sunday Times, “Culture,” 20 Dec. 1998: 12ff. Print.

11“Repeating Patterns.” Voyager Nov. 1998: 64ff. Print.

12“Brief Lives.” New Writing 8. Eds. Tibor Fischer and Lawrence Norfolk. London: Vintage, 1999. 50-82. Print.

13“The Narrow Jet.” Paris Review 173 (Spring 2005): 81-104. Print.

14“Dolls’ Eyes.” The New Uncanny: Tales of Unease. Eds. Sarah Eyre and Ra Page. Manchester: Comma Press, 2009. 107-22. Print.

Interviews (listed by interviewers’ names)

15Anon. “Lit Chat: Ant Heaps and Novelists.” Salon [online] 1996. Web. 10 Feb. 2022.

16Aragay, Mireia. “The Long Shadow of the Nineteenth Century: An Interview with A. S. Byatt.” BELLS: Barcelona English Language and Literature Studies 5 (1994): 151-64. Print.

17Carver, Robert. “In Pursuit of the Fugitive Good, Criticism and the Arts on the Air: A. S. Byatt in Conversation with Robert Carver.” Ariel at Bay: Reflections on Broadcasting and the Arts. A Festschrift for Philip French. Ed. Robert Carver. Manchester: Carcanet, 1990. 45-54. Print.

18Chevalier, Jean-Louis. “Entretien avec A. S. Byatt.” Journal of the Short Story in English 22 (Summer 1994): 12-27. Print.

19---. “Speaking of Sources.” Sources: Revue d’Études Anglophones 7 (Autumn 1999): 6-28. Print.

20Collins, Clive. “A. S. Byatt: In Conversation with Clive Collins.” Eigo Seinen / Rising Generation 145.4 (1999): 182-95. Print.

21Dusinberre, Juliet. “A. S. Byatt.” Women Writers Talking. Ed. Janet Todd. New York: Columbia UP, 1980. 181-95. Print.

22Enkemann, Jürgen. “New Writing in Britain: An Interview with A. S. Byatt.” Hard Times 56 (Spring 1996): 12-16. Print.

23Friel, James, and Jenny Newman. “An Interview with A. S. Byatt.” Cercles 2004. Web. 10 Feb. 2022. Abridged version published as “A. S. Byatt.” Contemporary British and Irish Fiction: An Introduction Through Interviews. Eds. Sharon Monteith, Jenny Newman and Pat Wheeler. London: Arnold, 2004. 36-53. Print.

24Frumkes, Lewis Burke. “A Conversation with … A. S. Byatt.” Writer 110.5 (1997): 15-17. Print.

25Gerard, David. “David Gerard Talks to A. S. Byatt.” Reader 5 (Autumn-Winter 1999): 15-23. Print.

26Greenfield, George. “A. S. Byatt.” Scribblers for Bread: Aspects of the English Novel Since 1945. London: Hodder, 1989. 42-49. Print.

27Hensher, Philip. “A. S. Byatt: The Art of Fiction.” Paris Review 159 (2001): 38-77. Print.

28Hughes-Hallet, Lucy. “Ruling Passions.” The Observer 23 June 1985: 23. Print.

29Kenyon, Olga. “A. S. Byatt.” The Writer’s Imagination: Interviews with Major International Women Novelists. Bradford: U of Bradford Print Unit, 1993. 9-21. Print.

30Leith, Sam. “Writing in Terms of Pleasure.” The Guardian 25 Apr. 2009: 12-13. Print.

31Murdoch, Iris. “Still Life with Sunflowers: Iris Murdoch talks to A. S. Byatt at the ICA.” Books and Bookmen July 1985: 28-29. Print.

32Noakes, Jonathan. “Interview with A. S. Byatt.” A. S. Byatt: The Essential Guide. Eds. Margaret Reynolds and Jonathan Noakes. London: Vintage, 2004. 11-32. Print.

33Nooteboom, Cees. “World Literature Weekend 2011.” London Review Bookshop. 17 June 2011. Web. 10 Jan. 2022.

34Todd, Richard. “Interview with A. S. Byatt.” Netherlands Society for English Studies 1.1 (1991): 36-44. Print.

35Tonkin, Boyd. “Antonia S. Byatt in Interview with Boyd Tonkin.” Anglistik 10.2 (1999): 15-26. Print.

36Toomey, P. “A. S. Byatt: A Sense of Timelessness.” The Times 28 Oct. 1978: 12. Print.

37Tredell, Nicolas. “A. S. Byatt.” Conversations with Critics. Manchester: Carcanet, 1994. 58-74. Print.

38Wachtel, Eleanor. “A. S. Byatt.” Writers & Company. Toronto: Knopf, 1993. 77-89. Print.

39Walker, Jonathan. “An Interview with A. S. Byatt and Lawrence Norfolk.” Contemporary Literature 47.3 (2006): 323-42. Print.

Edited collection

40Byatt, A. S., ed. The Oxford Book of English Short Stories. Oxford: Oxford UP, 2009. Print.

Secondary Sources

On Sugar and Other Stories (1987)

41Campbell, Jane. “‘The Somehow May Be Thishow’: Fact, Fiction, and Intertextuality in Antonia Byatt’s ‘Precipice Encurled.’” Studies in Short Fiction 28.2 (1991): 115-23. Print.

42---. “Confecting Sugar: Narrative Theory and Practice in A. S. Byatt’s Short Stories.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 38.2 (1997): 105-22. Print.

43Hugues, Terence, and Claire Patin. “Analysis of a Short Story: A. S. Byatt’s ‘Rose-Coloured Teacups.’” L’Analyse textuelle en anglais: Narrative Theory, Textual Practice. T. Hugues and C. Patin. Paris: Dunod, 1995. 113-19. Print.

44Lara-Rallo, Carmen. “Female Ageing as a Thematic Link: Fictionalising Women’s Phases of Life in A. S. Byatt’s Sugar and Other Stories.” Women Ageing: Literature and Experience. Ed. Brian J. Worsfold. Lérida: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Lérida, 2005. 51-61. Print.

45Lepaludier, Laurent. “The Saving Threads of Discourse and the Necessity of the Reader in A. S. Byatt’s ‘Racine and the Tablecloth.’” Journal of the Short Story in English 22 (1994): 37-48. Print.

46Maisonnat, Claude. “The Ghost Written and the Ghost Writer in A. S. Byatt’s Story: ‘The July Ghost.’” Journal of the Short Story in English 22 (1994): 49-62. Print.

47Matthews, Peter D. “Unraveling A. S. Byatt’s ‘Racine and the Tablecloth.’” Contemporary Women’s Writing 11.2 (2017): 221-38. Print.

48Parey, Armelle. “The Art of Recording Li(v)es in A. S. Byatt’s Fiction.” Études britanniques contemporaines 54 (2018). Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

49---. “Revolutionary Closure in A. S. Byatt’s Neo-Victorian Fiction.” Études britanniques contemporaines 56 (2019). Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

50Stewart, Jack. “Mixing Colors, Making Designs: A. S. Byatt’s ‘Racine and the Tablecloth,’ ‘Rose-Coloured Teacups,’ and ‘Sugar.’” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 58.3 (2017): 237-47. Print.

51Sturgess, Charlotte. “Life Narratives in A. S. Byatt’s Sugar and Other Stories.” Journal of the Short Story in English 22 (1994): 29-35. Print.

52Tollance, Pascale, and Laurence Petit. “Un serpent au jardin de l’utopie: ‘Le Sucre’ d’A. S. Byatt ou les ambivalences d’une conteuse-menteuse-tueuse.” [Translation and commentary]. Art et utopie : Pensées anglo-américaines, volume V. Ed. Mathilde Arrivé. Paris: Michel Houdiard Éditeur, 2012. 159-73. Print.

53Tollance, Pascale. “Transpositions et deuil dans ‘Rose-Coloured Teacups’ d’A. S. Byatt.” Transpositions/Transpositions. Eds. Isabelle Gadoin and Catherine Lanone. Spec. issue of Polysèmes 12 (2012): 285-310. Print.

54---. “A Writer’s Ghosts: The Specular and the Spectral in A. S. Byatt’s ‘The Changeling.’” Journal of the Short Story in English 70 (2018): 141-52. Print.

On Angels and Insects (1992)

55Adams, Ann Marie. “Reader, I Memorialized Him: A. S. Byatt’s Representation of Alfred Lord Tennyson in ‘The Conjugial Angel.’” Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory 19:1 (2008): 26-46. Print.

56Andres, Sophia. “Gendered Incongruities in the Silenced Voice of Pre-Raphaelite Paintings: A. S. Byatt’s ‘Morpho Eugenia.’” Studies in the Literary Imagination 43.1 (2010): 141-64. Print.

57Avci, Elif Öztabak. “‘White’ Masters and ‘Dark’ Servants in A. S. Byatt’s ‘Morpho Eugenia.’” EFD/JFL 28.2 (2011): 201-13. Print.

58Fletcher, Judith. “The Odyssey Rewoven: A. S. Byatt’s ‘Angels and Insects.’” Classical and Modern Literature: A Quarterly 19.3 (1999): 217-31. Print.

59Lackey, Michael. “A. S. Byatt’s ‘Morpho Eugenia’: Prolegomena to Any Future Theory.” College Literature 35.1 (2008): 128-47. Print.

60Hansson, Heidi. “The Double Voice of Metaphor: A. S. Byatt’s ‘Morpho Eugenia.’” Twentieth Century Literature 45.4 (2000): 452-66. Print.

61Levenson, Michael. “‘Angels and Insects’: Theory, Analogy, Metamorphosis.” Essays on the Fiction of A. S. Byatt. Eds. Alexa Alfer and Michael J. Noble. Westport: Greenwood, 2001. 161-74. Print.

62Maak, Annegret. “The Challenge of Intertextuality: A. S. Byatt’s ‘The Conjugial Angel’ as a New In Memoriam.” Symbolism: An International Journal of Critical Aesthetics 3 (2003): 255-78. Print.

63Pearce, Margaret. “‘Morpho Eugenia’: Problems with the Male Gaze.” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 40.4 (1999): 399-411. Print.

64Poznar, Suzan. “Tradition and ‘Experiment’ in Byatt’s ‘The Conjugial Angel.’” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 45.2 (2004): 173-89. Print.

65Roblin, Isabelle. “A Cultural Reconstruction: From Pathos to Comedy, Alfred, Lord Tennyson Reimagined in A. S. Byatt’s ‘The Conjugial Angel’ (1992) and Lynne Truss’ Tennyson’s Gift (1996).” Études britanniques contemporaines 54 (2018). Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

66Setecka, Agnieszka. “The Ghosts of the Past: Alfred Tennyson’s Life Story in A. S. Byatt’s ‘The Conjugial Angel.’” International Journal of Arabic-English Studies 5 (2004): 5-18. Print.

67Shuttleworth, Sally. “Writing Natural History: ‘Morpho Eugenia.’” Essays on the Fiction of A. S. Byatt. Eds. Alexa Alfer and Michael J. Noble. Westport: Greenwood, 2001. 147-60. Print.

68Sturrock, June. “Angels, Insects, and Analogy: A. S. Byatt’s ‘Morpho Eugenia.’” Connotations 12.1 (2002/2003): 93-104. Print.

69Weinwroth, Michelle. “‘Morpho Eugenia’ and the Fictions of Victorian Englishness: A. S. Byatt’s Postcolonial Critique.” ESC English Studies in Canada 31.2 (2005): 187-222. Print.

70Williamson, Andrew. “‘The Dead Man Touch’d Me From the Past’: Reading as Mourning, Mourning as Reading in A. S. Byatt’s ‘The Conjugial Angel.’” Neo-Victorian Studies 1.1 (2008): 110-37. Print.

On The Matisse Stories (1993)

71Avci, Elif Öztabak. “Mrs. Brown’s Work in A. S. Byatt’s ‘Art Work.’” Interactions: Ege University Journal of British and American Studies 14.2 (2005): 25-32. Print.

72Beli, Vesna. “Intercultural Reading of A. S. Byatt’s ‘The Chinese Lobster.’” Studia Romanica et Anglica Zagrabiensia 43 (1998): 61-68. Print.

73Bigliazzi, Silvia. “‘Art Work’: A. S. Byatt vs. Matisse, or the Metamorphoses of Writing.” Textus: English Studies in Italy 12.1 (1999): 185-99. Print.

74Fernandes, Isabel. “Matisse and Women: Portraits by A. S. Byatt.” Writing and Seeing: Essays on Word and Image. Eds. Rui Carvalho Homem and Maria de Fátima Lambert. Amsterdam and New York: Rodopi, 2005. 201-10. Print.

75Fishwick, Sarah. “Encounters with Matisse: Space, Art, and Intertextuality in A. S. Byatt’s The Matisse Stories and Marie Redonnet’s Villa Rosa.” The Modern Language Review 99.1 (2004): 52-64. Print.

76Gadoin, Isabelle. “De l’autoportrait à l’anti-portrait : L’artiste médusé dans les Matisse Stories de A. S. Byatt.” L’Art dans l’art. Eds. André Topia, Marie-Christine Lemardeley and Bernard Brugière. Paris: Presses Sorbonne Nouvelle, 2000. 65-81. Print.

77Kupisz, Paulina. “The Other and Otherness in A. S. Byatt’s The Matisse Stories.” L’Autre. Eds. Janine Dove-Rumé, Michel Naumann and Tri Tran. Tours: Presses universitaires François-Rabelais, 2008. 177-86. Print.

78Levy, Carolyn, and June Sturrock. “Food and Painting in Two Stories by A. S. Byatt.” Journal of the Short Story in English 57 (2011): 27-43. Print.

79Lister, Rachel. “The Short Story Sequence in the ‘Homeland of the Novel’: A. S. Byatt’s ‘The Matisse Stories.’” Short Fiction in Theory and Practice 3.2 (2013): 221-33. Print.

80Meyer, Michael. “Antonia S. Byatt’s Intermedial ‘Art Work’: The Empire Knits Back.” Anglistik 23.2 (2012): 139-48. Print.

81Petit, Laurence. “Couleur des mots, éloquence de la couleur : ‘Art Work’ de A. S. Byatt, ou l’écriture du silence.” Parcours / Détours – Detours. Eds. Anne-Laure Fortin-Tournés and Anne Ullmo. Spec. issue of Polysèmes 10 (2008): 43-57. Print.

82---. “Truth in Framing: Medusa’s Defeat or the Triumph of the ‘Framed’ Self in A. S. Byatt’s ‘Medusa’s Ankles.’” Images and Imagery: Frames, Borders, Limits. Interdisciplinary Perspectives. Eds. Leslie Boldt-Irons, Corrado Federici and Ernesto Virgulti. New York: Peter Lang, 2005. 117-36. Print.

83---. “Textual and Pictorial Distortions: Sublimity and Abjection in A. S. Byatt’s ‘The Chinese Lobster.’” Études britanniques contemporaines 31 (2006): 117-26. Print.

84---. “Inscribing Colors and Coloring Words: A. S. Byatt’s ‘Art Work’ as a ‘Verbal Still Life.’” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 49.4 (2008): 395-412. Print.

85Pokhrel, Arun Kumar. “Re-(en)visioning ‘the Vanishing of the Past’: Myth, Art, and Women in A. S. Byatt’s ‘Medusa’s Ankles’ and ‘Art Work.’” Women’s Studies 44.3 (2015): 392-424. Print.

86Rippl, Gabriele. “Visuality and Ekphrasis in A. S. Byatt’s Still Life and ‘Art Work.’” Anglistentag 1999. Ed. Bernhard Reitz. Trier: Wissenschaftlicher Verlag, 2000. 519-34. Print.

87Tollance, Pascale. “‘Medusa’s Ankles’ de A. S. Byatt: D’une surface à l’autre ou d’un reflet qui ne se laisse pas briser.” La Surface : Accidents et altérations. Eds. Maryline Maigron and Marie-Odile Salati. Chambéry : Presses de l’Université de Savoie, 2010. 117-28. Print.

88Ventura, Héliane. “Susanne et l’anamorphose: Vénus, Gorgô et Andromède dans ‘Les Chevilles de Méduse’ d’A. S. Byatt.” Sources: Revue d’Études Anglophones 7 (Autumn 1999): 29-41. Print.

89Wilkinson, Helen. “Mr. Cropper and Mrs. Brown: Good and Bad Collectors in the Work of A. S. Byatt and Other Recent Fiction.” Experiencing Material Culture in the Western World. Ed. S. M. Pearce. London: Leicester UP, 1997. 95-113. Print.

On The Djinn in the Nightingale’s Eye: Five Fairy Stories (1994)

90Campbell, Jane. “‘Forever Possibilities. And Impossibilities, of course’: Women and Narrative in ‘The Djinn in the Nightingale’s Eye.’” Essays on the Fiction of A. S. Byatt. Eds. Alexa Alfer and Michael J. Noble. Westport: Greenwood, 2001. 135-46. Print.

91Maak, Annegret. “Wonder-Tales Hiding a Truth: Retelling Tales in ‘The Djinn in the Nightingale’s Eye.’” Essays on the Fiction of A. S. Byatt. Eds Alexa Alfer and Michael J. Noble. Westport: Greenwood, 2001. 123-34. Print.

92Mundler, Helen E. “Intratextual Passages: ‘The Glass Coffin’ in the Work of A. S. Byatt.” Études britanniques contemporaines 11 (1997): 9-18. Print.

93Renk, Kathleen. “Myopic Feminist Individualism in A. S. Byatt’s Arabian Nights’ Tale: ‘The Djinn in the Nightingale’s Eye.’” Journal of International Women’s Studies 8.1 (2006): 114-24. Print.

94Webb, Caroline. “Forming Feminism: Structure and Ideology in Charades and ‘The Djinn in the Nightingale’s Eye.’” Hecate 29.1 (2003): 132-41. Print.

On Elementals: Stories of Fire and Ice (1998)

95Levy, Carolyn, and June Sturrock. “Food and Painting in Two Stories by A. S. Byatt.” Journal of The Short Story in English 57 (2011): 27-43. Print.

96Noble, Michael J. “Earth, Water, Fire, Air and Fiction: A. S. Byatt’s Elementals: Stories of Fire and Ice.” Anglistik 10.2 (1999): 79-87. Print.

97Tiffin Jessica. “Ice, Glass, Snow: Fairy Tale as Art and Metafiction in the Writing of A. S. Byatt.” Marvels and Tales 20.1 (2006): 47-66. Print.

98Matthews, Peter D. “Dynamic Tensions in A. S. Byatt’s ‘A Lamia in the Cévennes.’” Critique: Studies in Contemporary Fiction 59.2 (2018): 213-22. Print.

99Mundler, Helen. “‘Your Stories Are Strange, Glancing Things. They Peter Out, They Have No Shape’: The Puzzle of A. S. Byatt’s ‘Baglady.’” A. S. Byatt, Before and After Possession: Recent Critical Approaches. Spec. issue of Book Practices and Textual Itineraries 8. Eds. Armelle Parey and Isabelle Roblin. Nancy: PU de Nancy – Éditions Universitaires de Lorraine, 2018. 127-42. Print.

100Sirc, Susan. “A Serious Game with the Art of Memory: Emblematic Tendencies in ‘A Lamia in the Cévennes’ by A. S. Byatt.” Emblematic Tendencies in the Art and Literature of the Twentieth Century. Eds. Anthony J. Harper, Ingrid Höpel and Susan Sirc. Glasgow: Centre for Emblem Studies, 2005. 129-50. Print.

101Stewart, Jack. “Water, Light, and Color: Painting and Alchemy in Byatt’s ‘A Lamia in the Cévennes.’” Anglistik 28.2 (2017): 175-83. Print.

102Sturrock, June. “Martha and Mary Re-Imagined: A. S. Byatt and Others.” Christianity and Literature 65.4 (2016): 473-89. Print.

103Tollance, Pascale. “‘A nasty piece of work’: Épanchement et débordements dans ‘Jael’ d’A. S. Byatt.” Cadres/Frames. Eds. Catherine Pesso-Miquel and Nelly Valtat-Comet. Spec. issue of Polysèmes 11 (2011): 157-77. Print.

104Ventura, Héliane. “De la contradiction à l’union des contraires ou la trans-figuration de Marthe dans ‘Christ in the House of Martha and Mary’ d’A. S. Byatt.” La Contradiction : Actes du congrès de la Société des Anglicistes de l’Enseignement Supérieur 2001. Eds. Michel Bandry and Jean-Marie Maguin. Montpellier : Presses de l’Université de Montpellier III, 2003. 287-99. Print.

105Wallhead, Celia. “Velázquez as Icon in A. S. Byatt’s ‘Christ in the House of Martha and Mary.’” Estudios Ingleses de la Universidad Complutense 9 (2001): 307-21. Print.

On Little Black Book of Stories (2003)

106Bear, Bethany. “‘Trunt, trunt, and the trolls in the fells’: Jouissance in A. S. Byatt’s ‘A Stone Woman.’” Philological Review 33.2 (2007): 67-86. Print.

107Beltrami, Maria. “Too Strange for Reality, Too Real for Fairy Tales: Views from Cognitive and Unnatural Narratology on A. S. Byatt’s ‘A Stone Woman.’” Enthymema 25 (2020): 250-63. Print.

108Lara-Rallo, Carmen. “Deep Time and Human Time: The Geological Representation of Ageing in Contemporary Literature.” Acculturating Age: Approaches to Cultural Gerontology. Ed. Brian J. Worsfold. Lérida: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Lérida, 2011. 167-88. Print.

109---. “The Myth of Pygmalion and the Petrified Woman in Recent Anglo-American Fiction.” Myth and Subversion in the Contemporary Novel. Eds. José Manuel Losada Goya and Marta Guirao Ochoda. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2012. 199-211. Print.

110---. “‘She Thought Human Thoughts and Stone Thoughts’: Geology and the Mineral World in A. S. Byatt’s Fiction.” Restoring the Mystery of the Rainbow: Literature’s Refraction of Science. Eds. Valeria Tinkler-Villani and C. C. Barfoot. Leiden: Brill, 2016. 487-506. Print.

111Matthews, Graham. “‘Grief Made Her Insubstantial to Herself’: Illness, Aging, and Death in A. S. Byatt’s Little Black Book of Stories.” The Routledge Companion to Death and Literature. Eds. W. Michelle Wang, Daniel K. Jernigan and Neil Murphy. London: Routledge, 2021. 382-92. Print.

112Maurel, Sylvie. “Cru-auté dans ‘Raw Material’ de A. S. Byatt.” L’Acte inqualifiable ou le meurtre au féminin/Unspeakable Acts: Murder by Women. Eds. Émeline Jouve, Aurélie Guillain, Laurence Talairach-Vielmas. Bruxelles: Peter Lang, 2016. Print.

113---. “Representing Precariousness and Vulnerability in ‘Raw Material’ by A. S. Byatt.” Études britanniques contemporaines 53 (2017). Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

114Walezak, Emilie. “Black Magic in A. S. Byatt’s The Little Black Book of Stories: Painting the Body Sublime.” Polysèmes 14 (2015): 179-91. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

On the Short Stories

115Bouson, J. Brooks. “Aging as a Crisis-of-Identity in A. S. Byatt’s ‘Medusa’s Ankles,’ ‘The Djinn in the Nightingale’s Eye,’ and ‘Baglady.’” Shame and the Aging Woman: Confronting and Resisting Ageism in Contemporary Women’s Writings. By J. Brooks Bouson. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 52-62. Print.

116Cheira, Alexandra. “‘They Say That Women Change: ‘Tis So: but You/Are Ever-Constant in Your Changefulness’: (A)Chromatic Representations of Female Identity in A. S. Byatt’s Possession, ‘Morpho Eugenia’ and ‘Cold.’” A. S. Byatt, Before and After Possession: Recent Critical Approaches. Spec. issue of Book Practices and Textual Itineraries 8. Eds. Armelle Parey and Isabelle Roblin. Nancy: PU de Nancy – Éditions Universitaires de Lorraine, 2018. 111-26. Print.

117Coelsch-Foisner, Sabine. “A Body of Her Own: Cultural Constructions of the Female Body in A. S. Byatt’s Strange Stories.” Reconstruction 3.4 (Fall 2003). Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

118Esteves Pereira, Margarida. “‘Destiny is Your Sex’: The Imprisoning Body of A. S. Byatt’s Fictional Women.” Intertextual Dialogues: Travels and Routes. Eds. Ana Gabriela Macedo, Filomena Louro, Francesca Rayner, Isabel Ermida, Joanne Paisana, Margarida Esteves Pereira, and Rebecca Harwood. Braga: U of Minho, 2007. 181-93. Print.

119Franchi, Barbara. “Travelling Across Worlds and Texts in A. S. Byatt’s Sea Narratives.” Sea Narratives: Cultural Responses to the Sea, 1600–Present. Ed. C. Mathieson. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2016. 195-216. Print.

120Gibson, Jeffrey K. “‘And the Princess, Telling the Story’: A. S. Byatt’s Self-Reflexive Fairy Stories.” Fairy Tales Reimagined: Essays on New Retellings. Ed. Susan Redington Bobby. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & Company, 2009. 85-97. Print.

121Lara-Rallo, Carmen. “Women’s Transcultural Experience in A. S. Byatt’s Short Stories.” Gender and Short Fiction: Women’s Tales in Contemporary Britain. Eds. Jorge Sacido-Romero and Lara Lojo-Rodríguez. Oxon and New York: Routledge, 2018. 253-70. Print.

122Letissier, Georges. “Hybridité textuelle et flou générique dans ‘les récits au noir’ de A. S. Byatt.” La Nouvelle de la langue anglaise : Croisements et marges. Ed. Laurent Lepaludier. Angers: Presses de l’Université d’Angers, 2005. 39-62. Print.

123Martínez Alfaro, María Jesús. “A Tapestry of Riddling Links: Universal Contiguity in A. S. Byatt’s ‘Arachne.’” Journal of the Short Story in English 45 (2005): 145-61. Print.

124Sako, Katsura. “Ageing, the Body and Subjectivity in Three Stories by A. S. Byatt.” The Hiyoshi Review of English Studies 61.10 (2012): 107-55. Print.

125Tollance, Pascale. “‘The Infinite Terror of the Brilliance of Colour’: couleur et violence dans quelques nouvelles d’A. S. Byatt.” La Couleur entre silence et éloquence – Color: Between Silence and Eloquence. Eds. Laurence Petit et Murielle Philippe. Spec. issue of Polysèmes 14 (2015). Web. 11 Feb. 2022.

126Tiffin, Jessica. “Ice, Glass, Snow: Fairy Tale as Art and Metafiction in the Writing of A. S. Byatt.” Marvels & Tales: Journal of Fairy-Tale Studies 20.1 (2006): 47-66. Web. 10 Feb. 2021.

127Walezak, Emilie. “Female Ageing and the Fantastic in A. S. Byatt’s Short Stories.” The Seventh Age of Man: Issues, Challenges and Paradoxes. Eds. Muriel Cassel Picot and Geneviève Lheureux. Newcastle Upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2018. 129-44. Print.

128Wallhead, Celia. A. S. Byatt: Essays on the Short Fiction. Bern: Peter Lang, 2007. Print.

129Wanning Harries, Elizabeth. “‘Ancient Forms. Myth, Fairy Tale, and Narrative in A. S. Byatt’s Fiction.” Contemporary Fiction and the Fairy Tale. Ed. Stephen Benson. Detroit, MI: Wayne State UP, 2008. 74-94. Print.

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Armelle Parey

Armelle Parey is a senior lecturer at the Université de Caen-Normandie in France. Her interests include narrative endings, memory and rewritings of the past in contemporary English-speaking fiction and in adaptation. She has written numerous articles and co-directed several collections of essays or special issues on the question of endings. She recently edited Prequels, Coquels and Sequels in Contemporary Anglophone Fiction (Routledge, 2019) and co-edited A. S. Byatt, Before and After Possession: Recent Critical Approaches (PU de Nancy – Éditions Universitaires de Lorraine, 2018), as well as Adapting Endings from Book to Screen (Routledge, 2020). Her monograph on Kate Atkinson’s fiction is to be published with Manchester University Press.

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Isabelle Roblin

Isabelle Roblin is an associate professor emerita at the Université du Littoral-Côte d’Opale, specialising in contemporary British literature, and has published many articles on Graham Swift, Kazuo Ishiguro, Salman Rushdie, A. S Byatt and Ian McEwan among others. She has been working at the same time on the literary and filmic adaptations of novels, writing for example articles on Robert Zemeckis’s adaptation of Winston Groom’s Forrest Gump and Harold Pinter’s screenplays of McEwan’s The Comfort of Strangers and L. H. Hartley’s The Go-Between. In 2011, she published a critical study of all of Harold Pinter’s screenplays entitled Harold Pinter: la liberté artistique et ses limites.

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Emilie Walezak

Emilie Walezak is a professor of contemporary British literature at Nantes Université. A specialist of contemporary British women’s writing, she has devoted articles to the works of Angela Carter, A. S. Byatt, Sarah Hall, Rose Tremain and Jeanette Winterson. She is the author of Rose Tremain: A Critical Introduction (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017), and Rethinking Contemporary British Women’s Writing: Realism, Feminism, Materialism (Bloomsbury, 2021).

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