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A Bibliography of Literary Theory, Criticism and Philology


by José Ángel García Landa

(University of Zaragoza, Spain)

Other authors writing in English (J-)

August Jaccaci
Jaccaci, August. On the Trail of don Quixote. 1897.

Bautista Naranjo, Esther. Un americano en La Mancha tras las huellas de don Quijote. Ciudad Real: Centro de Estudios de Castilla-La Mancha, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2010. (August Jaccaci).

Alan Jackson
Jackson, Alan. In Alan Jackson. Jeff Nuttall. William Wantling. (Penguin Modern Poets 12). Harmondsworth: Penguin.

Gordon Jackson
Jackson, Gordon. "Billy's Girl." In Sudden Fiction: American Short-Short Stories. Ed. R. Shapard and J. Thomas. Salt Lake City: Peregrine Smith, 1986. 180.*

Helen Hunt Jackson


Jackson, Helen Hunt. Mercy Philbrick's Choice. 1876. (On Emily Dickinson).

Walker, Cheryl. The Nightingale's Burden: Women Poets and American Culture before 1900. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1982.

Lee Jackson


Jackson, Lee. London Dust. Novel.

_____. A Metropolitan Murder. Novel.

_____. Victorian London.

_____. The Welfare of the Dead. Novel.

_____. The Victorian Dictionary: Exploring Victorian London. Website.



Mick Jackson
Jackson, Mick. Underground Man. Novel. 1997.
Rebecca Cox Jackson
Jackson, Rebecca Cox. "A Dream of Three Books and a Holy One." In Gifts of Power:

_____. Gifts of Power: The Writings of Rebecca Jackson, Black Visionary, Shaker Eldress. Ed. Jean McMahon Humex. Amherst (MA), 1981.

Rosie Jackson
Jackson, Rosie. "A Christmas Letter." Short story. In New Writing 9. Ed. A. L. Kennedy and John Fowles. London: Vintage / British Council, 2000. 93-99.*

Shelley Jackson


Jackson, Shelley. Patchwork Girl. Hypertext fiction. Cambridge (MA): Eastgate Systems, 1995. (Reworking of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein).

Sánchez-Palencia Carazo, Carolina and Manuel Almagro Jiménez "Gathering the Limbs of the Text in Shelley Jackson's Patchwork Girl." Atlantis 28.1 (June 2006): 115-29.*

Sheneska Jackson
Jackson, Sheneska. Blessings. Novel. 1998.

Hierro Gutiérrez, María. "La maternidad en soledad: Blessings de Sheneska Jackson." In AEDEAN XXX: Proceedings of the 30th International AEDEAN Conference. [Huelva, 2006]. Ed. María Losada Friend et al. Huelva: U de Huelva, 2007.*

Shirley Jackson (1916-1965)
(US writer, b. San Francisco, l. Vermont after m. 1940).
Jackson, Shirley. "The Lottery." Story. 1948. In Perrine's Literature: Structure, Sound, and Sense. By Thomas R. Arp and Greg Johnson. 8th ed. Boston (MA): Thomson Learning-Heinle & Heinle, 2002. 263-71.*

_____. The Sundial. Novel.

_____. The Bird's Nest. Novel.

_____. Hangsaman. Novel.

_____. The Road through the Wall. Novel.

_____. The Haunting of Hill House. Novel. London: Robinson, 1999.

_____. Come Along with Me. Stories and lectures.

_____. We Have Always Lived at the Castle. Novel. 1962.

_____. We Have Always Lived at the Castle. Afterword by Joyce Carol Oates. (Penguin Modern Classics). London: Penguin, 2009.*

Newman, Judie. "On The Haunting of Hill House." In Gothic Horror: A Reader's Guide from Poe to King and Beyond. Ed. Clive Bloom. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1998. 154-68.*

Giles Jacob (18th cent.)
Jacob, Giles. Lives of Dramatic Poets.

_____. The Accomplished Conveyancer.

_____. Modern Justice.

_____. A New Law Dictionary. 1729.

Harriet Jacobs
Jacobs, Harriet. Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl. Ed. Valerie Smith. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1991.
Berlant, Lauren. "The Queen of America Goes to Washington City: Harriet Jacobs, Frances Haper, Anita Hill." 1993. In Feminisms. Ed. Robyn R. Warhol and Diane Price Herndl. Houndmills: Macmillan, n. d. 931-50.*

Castro Borrego, Silvia. "Black Women's Emergent Discourse: Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl and the Black Literary Renaissance." In First International Conference on English Studies: Past, Present and Future: Costa de Almería, 19-25 de Octubre, 1997. Ed. Annette Gomis et al. CD-ROM. Almería: U de Almería, n.d. [2001]*

Smith, Valerie. "'Loopholes of Retreat': Architecture and Ideology in Harriet Jacobs's Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl." Paper at ASA Conference, San Diego, 1985.

Warhol, Robyn R. "'Reader, Can you Imagine? No, You Cannot': The Narratee as Other in Harriet Jacobs's Text." Narrative 3.1: 57-72.*

W. W. Jacobs (1863-1943)

(William Wymark Jacobs, English humorist and story writer; d. London)

Jacobs, W. W. Many Cargoes. 1896.

_____. Sea Urchins. 1898.

_____. Light Freights. 1901.

_____. "An Odd Freak." From Light Freights. In Great English Short Stories. Ed. Lewis Melville and Reginald Hargreaves. London: Harrap, 1931. 747-57.*

_____. The Lady of the Barge. 1902.

_____. "The Monkey's Paw." Story. in The Lady of the Barge. 1902. (Later dramatized).

_____. "La pata de mono." Story. From The Lady of the Barge. 1902. In Antología de la Literatura Fantástica. Ed. Jorge Luis Borges, Silvina Ocampo and Adolfo Bioy Casares. 1965. Barcelona: Edhasa, 1983. 1989. 1991. 209-20.*

_____. "La pata de mono." Trans. Jorge Luis Borges, Adolfo Bioy Casares and Silvina Ocampo. In Antología de la literatura fantástica. Buenos Aires: Sudamericana, 1965.

_____. "La pata de mono." In Cuentos memorables según Jorge Luis Borges. © María Kodama. Buenos Aires: Alfaguara, 2003. 313-26.*

_____. "La pata de mono." In Felices pesadillas: Los mejores relatos de terror aparecidos en Valdemar (1987-2003). Madrid: Valdemar, 2003. 543-68.*

_____. The Skippers' Wooing. 1911.

_____. Sea Whispers. 1926.

Howard Jacobson
Jacobson, Howard. Who's Sorry Now. Novel. 2002.

_____. Kalooki Nights. Novel. 2006.

_____. The Finkler Question. Novel. 2010. (Booker Prize for Fiction 2010).

_____. J. Novel. 2014.

Díaz Bild, Aída. "The Finkler Question: Very Funny Is Very Serious." Atlantis 35.1 (June 2013): 85-101.*

Harold Jaffe
Miller, Jim. "Contesting the Spectacle: Harold Jaffe's Guerrilla Writing." In Narrative Turns and Minor Genres in Postmodernism. Ed. Theo D'haen and Hans Bertens. (Postmodern Studies 11). Amsterdam: Rodopi, 1995. 227-48.*
John Jakes
Jakes, John. North and South. Novel.

_____. Homeland. Novel. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1994.

Mahmood Jamal (1948)
(b. Lucknow, India; l. Britain)

Jamal, Mahmood. In Coins for Charon. Poetry collection. Courtfield Press, 1976.

_____ . Silence Inside a Gun's Mouth. Poems. Kala Press, 1984.

_____. In The New British Poetry. Ed. Gillian Allnutt et al. London: HarperCollins-Paladin, 1988.

_____, ed. The Penguin Book of Modern Urdu Poetry. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1986.

King James I of Scotland (1394-1437)

James I. The Kingis Quair. Scots poem.

_____. The Kingis Quair of James Stewart. Ed. M. McDiarmid. Heinemann, 1973.

_____. Christ's Kirk on the Green. Scots poem.

_____. Peblis on the Play. Scots poem.

Alexander, W., collab. in trans. with James I. The Psalms of King David. 1631.

Bravo, Antonio. "El consuelo del amor en el Roman de la Rose y en el Kingis Quair." In XVIII Congreso de AEDEAN (Alcalá de Henares, 15-17 diciembre 1994). Ed. Ricardo J. Sola, Luis A. Lázaro and José A. Gurpegui. Alcalá: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Alcalá, 1997. 383-90.*

Hazlitt, William. "James the First of Scotland." In The Lives of the British Poets. London: Nathaniel Cooke, 1854. 1.78-81.*

James V, King of Scotland (1512-1542)
(reigns 1524-42)
James V, King of Scotland. (attr.). The Gaberlunzie Man. Poem.

_____. (attr.). The Jolly Beggar. Poem.

Hazlitt, William. "James V. King of Scotland" In The Lives of the British Poets. London: Nathaniel Cooke, 1854. 1.101-2.*

James VI of Scotland, I of England
James VI of Scotland (James I of England). Daemonologie. 1597.

_____. Basilikon Doron.

_____. The True Law of Free Monarchies. 1598. 1603.

_____. The Trew Law of Free Monarchies. In Political Works. Ed. McIlwain.

_____. Basilikon Doron. 1599.

_____. Basilikon Doron. In Works (1616).

_____. The Basilikon Doron of King James VI. Edinburgh, 1944.

_____. "A Speech to . .. the Parliament." (On Kings). In The Political Works of James I. Ed. C. H. McIlwaiun. Cambridge (MA): Harvard UP, 1918.

Alice James (1850-1892)
(b. New York, sister of Henry and William James, suffered from severe hysteria and nervous breakdowns, unmarried, d. of breast cancer in London, diarist, posthumous publication 1934).
James, Alice. The Diary of Alice James. 1964.

_____. Diary. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1982.

Matthiessen, F. O, ed. The James Family: Including Selections from the Writings of Henry James, Senior, William, Henry, and Alice James. 1947.


Wolf, Abby. "Alice James." In Genius in the Family: Cameo Biography.




Sontag, Susan. Alice in Bed.
Clive James
James, Clive. Brilliant Creatures. 1983.

Britain, Ian. Once an Australian: Journeys with Barry Humphries, Clive James, Germaine Greer and Robert Hughes. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1998.
E. L. James
(Woman novelist, bestselling writer of erotic fiction early 21st c.)
James, E. L. Fifty Shades of Grey. Random House-Cornerstone Publishing.

_____. Cincuenta sombras de Grey.

_____. Cincuenta sombras más oscuras.

_____. Cincuenta sombras liberadas.

"Cincuenta sombras de Grey ya es la novela británica más vendida de todos los tiempos." 20 Minutos 6 Aug. 2012.* (E. L. James).



G. P. R. James
James, G. P. R. Philip Augustus. Novel. 1831.

_____. "Norfolk and Hereford." From The Fortunes of the Colville Family. In Great English Short Stories. Ed. Lewis Melville and Reginald Hargreaves. London: Harrap, 1931. 232-63.*

_____. El Jitano. Trans. D. J. B. de Beratarrechea. 2 vols. Madrid: Francisco del Castillo, 1844.

Henry James, Sr. (1811-1882)
(US philosopher, father of Henry James, William James and Alice James; Transcendentalist thinker, lost a leg as a child)
James, Henry (Sr.). Christianity the Logic of Creation. 1857.

_____. Substance and Shadow; or Morality and Religion in Their Relation to Life. 1863.

Matthiessen, F. O, ed. The James Family: Including Selections from the Writings of Henry James, Senior, William, Henry, and Alice James. 1947.

James, Henry (Jr.). A Small Boy and Others. Memoirs. 1913.

_____. Notes of a Son and Brother. Memoirs. 1914.

Jamie James
James, Jamie. The Music of the Spheres. Boston: Little, Brown, 1994.

John James (1939)
(b. Cardiff)
James, John. mmm.... ah yes. Poems. London, 1967.

_____. The Welsh Poems. Lincoln, 1967.

_____. Trägheit. Poems. Cambridge, 1968.

_____. The Small Henderson Room. Poems. Ferry Press, 1969.

_____. Striking the Pavilion of Zero. Poems. London, 1975.

_____. A Theory of Poetry. Poems. Cambridge, 1977.

_____. War. Poems. London, 1978.

_____. Berlin Return. Poems. Liverpool, London, Matlock: Délins, Ferry Press, Grosseteste Press, 1983.

_____. In The New British Poetry. Ed. Gillian Allnutt et al. London: HarperCollins-Paladin, 1988.

James, John, Andrew Crozier and Tom Phillips. In One Side & Out on the Other. Poems. London, 1970.

Ackroyd, Peter. "Verse, and Worse?" Rev. of Striking the Pavilions of Zero, by John James; The Mountain in the Sea, by John Fuller, High Pink on Chrome, by J. H. Prynne, and Pleats by Andrew Crozier. The Spectator 20 Dec. 1975. Rpt. in Ackroyd, The Collection. Ed. Thomas Wright. London: Chatto & Windus, 2001. 32-36.*

M. R. James (1862-1936)
(Montague Rhodes James; Litt.D., Provost of King's College)

James, Montague Rhodes "5. Latin Writings in England in the Time of Alfred." In From the Beginnings to the Cycle of Romance. Vol. 1 (English) of The Cambridge History of English and American Literature. Ed. A. W. Ward and A. R. Waller. Online at Bartleby.com



_____. (M. R. James). Casting the Runes and Other Ghost Stories. Ed. Michael Cox. Oxford: Oxford UP.

_____. (M. R. James). Ghost Stories of an Antiquary. New York: Dover.

_____. (M. R. James). More Ghost Stories of an Antiquary. New York: Dover.

_____. (M. R. James). Extract from the Preface to The Collected Ghost Stories. In Gothic Horror: A Reader's Guide from Poe to King and Beyond. Ed. Clive Bloom. Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1998. 53-54.*

_____. Catalogue of the Manuscripts in St. John's College, Cambridge.

_____. Preface to Cambridge under Queen Anne: Illustrated by Memoir of Ambrose Bonwicke and Diaries of Francis Burman and Zacharias Conrad von Uffenbach. Ed. John E. B. Mayor. Cambridge: Deighton & Bell, 1911.

_____. (M. R. James). "El grabado." In Felices pesadillas: Los mejores relatos de terror aparecidos en Valdemar (1987-2003). Madrid: Valdemar, 2003. 523-42.*

_____. (M. R. James). "Two Doctors." In The Oxford Book of English Short Stories. Ed. A. S. Byatt. Oxford: Oxford UP, 1998. 1999. 97-104.*

_____. (M. R. James). Corazones perdidos: Cuentos completos de fantasmas. (Valdemar Gótica).

_____, ed. and trans. De nugis curialium. By Walter Map. Rev. C. N. L. Brooke and R. A. B. Mynors. Oxford, 1983.

James, M. R., and R. L. Stevenson. The Haunted Dolls' House. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1995.

Baker, C. H. Collins, and Montague R. James. British Painting. 1933.

Warren, Austin. Connections. Essays. 1970.

Marlon James
(Jamaican novelist, won Booker Prize at 44)
James, Marlon. A Brief History of Seven Killings. Novel. (Man Booker Prize 2015). (Bob Marley).
Norah James
James, Norah. Sleeveless Errand. Novel. 1929.

Peter James
James, Peter. Host. Novel. Harmondsworth: Penguin, 1994.

_____. Possession, Prophétie ou Vérité. Detective novel.

_____. Comme une tombe. Detective novel. (Prix du Polar International 2006).

_____. La Mort leur va si bien. Detective novel. Panama, 2007.

Robert James
James, Robert. Dictionnaire Universel de médecine et de chirurgie. Trans. Denis Diderot. c. 1744.

Derek Jameson
Jameson, Derek. Touched by Angels. Autobiography. Harmondsworth: Penguin.

Storm Jameson (1897)
(Pen name of Margaret Storm Jameson)
Jameson, Storm. The Triumph of Time. Novel trilogy. 1932.

_____. (Ps. "James Hill"). No Victory for the Soldier. 1938.

_____. "The Form of the Novel." In Jameson, The Writer's Situation and other Essays. London: Macmillan, 1950.

_____, ed. London Calling. Stories. Harper, 1942.

Birkett, Jennifer. "Margaret Storm Jameson and the Spanish Civil War: The Fight for Human Values." Journal of English Studies 5-6 (2005-2008): 13-29.*

Kathleen Jamie (b. 1962)
Jamie, Kathleen. "Three Poems." In New Scottish Writing. Ed. Harry Ritchie. London: Bloomsbury, 1996. 196-200.*

_____. "Holding Fast—Truth and Change in Poetry." In Strong Words: Modern Poets on Modern Poetry. Ed. W. N. Herbert and Matthew Hollis. Tarset (Northumberland): Bloodaxe Books, 2000. 277-81.*

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