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Publications

Books

Sylvia Plath and the Theatre of Mourning (Oxford University Press, 1999).

Selected articles and book chapters

'Sylvia Plath's Cold War Modernism', Women: A Cultural Review 24.4, 2013

''The Strange High Singing of Some Aeroplane Overhead': War, Utopia and the Everyday in Virginia Woolf's Fiction ' in Benjamin Kohlmann and Rosalyn Gregory (eds) Utopian Spaces of Modernism: Literature and Culture, 1885-1945 (Palgrave 2011)

'Making Modernism Safe for Democracy: The Dial' in Peter Brooker and Andrew Thacker (eds), The Oxford Critical and Cultural History of Modernist Magazines, Vol.2 (Oxford: Oxford UP, 2012).

''This Way to the Exhibition': Genealogies of Urban Spectacle in Jean Rhys's Interwar Fiction', Textual Practice 21 (3) , 2007, 457-82.

'Conversation Amongst the Ruins: Plath and de Chirico' in Kathleen Connors and Sally Bayley (eds.), Eye Rhymes: Sylvia Plath's Art of the Visual (Oxford University Press, 2007), pp.167-82.

'Gothic Subjectivity' in Sylvia Plath, edited Harold Bloom (New York: Chelsea House, 2007), pp.115-45.

‘Ariel and Other Poems’ in Jo Gill (ed) The Cambridge Companion to Sylvia Plath (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press, 2006), pp.107-23.

‘Pathologies of the Imperial Metropolis: Literary Impressionism as Traumatic Afterimage in Conrad and Ford’, Journal of Modern Literature, 29.1 (2005), pp.1-20. http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/journal_of_modern_literature/v029/29.1britzolakis.html

‘Technologies of Vision in Henry James’s What Maisie Knew’, Novel: A Forum on Fiction 34, 3 (Summer 2001), 369-90.

‘Phantasmagoria: Walter Benjamin and the Poetics of Urban Modernism’ in Peter Buse and Andrew Stott (eds), Ghosts: Deconstruction, Psychoanalysis, History (London: Macmillan, 1999), pp.72-91.

'T.S. Eliot, James Joyce and Hamlet” in Mark Burnett and John Manning (eds), New Essays on Hamlet (London: AMS Press, 1994), 227-47.

‘Angela Carter’s Fetishism’, Textual Practice 9, 3 (1994), 459-76, rpt. in Joseph Bristow and Trev Broughton (eds), The Infernal Desires of Angela Carter (Harlow: Addison Wesley Longman, 1997), pp. 43-59; also in Alison Easton (ed), Angela Carter: New Casebooks (Macmillan, 2000); and in Janet Witalec (ed), Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism (TCLC), 139 (Detroit: Gale Research Co., 2004).