CFP: The New Compass: A Critical Review (no deadline; e-journal)

full name / name of organization: 
Sarah Emsley
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We are pleased to announce the publication of the second issue of our=20
on-line journal, The New Compass: A Critical Review at=20

The New Compass is published on-line twice a year, in June and=20
December, and we welcome submissions for future issues. We are=20
interested in ethics and aesthetics, and in theory and practice, and we=20=

invite critical essays (of 2000-5000 words) on literature in English=20
from a range of periods.=A0 We also publish poetry, short fiction and=20
Electronic submissions are preferred, but hard copies are also=20
accepted. Submission guidelines are posted at
Please send a copy of your submission to each of the editors:

Michael John DiSanto

Sarah Emsley

The New Compass, Number 2, December 2003

Editorial by Michael John DiSanto

Letter from Oxford by Claire Squires

Brian Crick on =93Charlotte Bront=EB: Her Sister=92s Interpreter: =
Oppositely or Literary Criticism as Special Pleading=94

Pat Menon on =93=91Beings of Different Language=92: Pragmatist meets =
in Edith Wharton=92s The Reef=94

Ian Robinson on =93Conrad=92s Belief in Victory=94

Poems by Warren Hope, David Middleton, Walter Martin, and Timothy Steele

Fiction by Barrie Mencher

Janet Bailey reviews Laura Thompson=92s Life in a Cold Climate: Nancy=20
Mitford: A Portrait of a Contradictory Woman

Jane Grogan reviews Bernard O=92Donoghue=92s Outliving

Sarah Emsley
Rothermere American Institute
University of Oxford

Co-Editor, The New Compass

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