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Publications:  Prof Matthew Rubery

RUBERY MC(2018). Ulysses, Blindness, and Accessible Modernism. New Literary History (Winter)
RUBERY MC(2016). The Untold Story of the Talking Book. Harvard University Press
Rubery M(2015). From Shell Shock to Shellac: The Great War, Blindness, and Britain's Talking Book Library. 20 Century Br Hist vol. 26, (1) 1-25.
Rubery M(2014). Thomas Edison’s Poetry Machine. 19: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Long Nineteenth Century vol. 0, (18)
Rubery M(2013). The David Livingstone Spectral Imaging Project. Scottish Geographical Journal vol. 129, (3-4) 240-242.
RUBERY MC(2013). Canned Literature: The Book after Edison. Book History vol. 16, 215-245.
Cocks HG, Rubery M(2012). Margins of print: Ephemera, print culture and lost histories of the newspaper. Media History vol. 18, (1) 1-5.
RUBERY MC(2011). A Transatlantic Sensation: Stanley's Search for Livingstone and the Anglo-American Press. The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture Volume Six: US Popular Print Culture 1860-1920, Editors: Bold, C, vol. Volume Six: US Popul, Oxford University Press
Rubery MC(2011). Audiobooks, Literature, and Sound Studies. Editors: Rubery, MC, Routledge
Rubery M(2011). Introduction: Talking books.
Rubery M(2010). Victorian Print Culture, Journalism and the Novel. Literature Compass vol. 7, (4) 290-300.
RUBERY M(2010). Journalism. The Cambridge Companion to Victorian Culture, Editors: O'Gorman, F, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Rubery M(2009). Advertising, Subjectivity and the Nineteenth-Century Novel: Dickens, Balzac and the Language of the Walls. DICKENS QUART vol. 26, (4) 264-267.
RUBERY M(2009). Journalism and the Novel: Truth and Fiction, 1700-2000. Media History vol. 15, (3)
RUBERY M(2009). Science and Technology. Conrad in Context, Editors: Simmons, AH, Cambridge University Press (Cambridge),
Rubery M(2009). The Mass Image: A Social History of Photomechanical Reproduction in Victorian London. VICTORIAN STUD vol. 51, (3) 532-534.
RUBERY M(2009). The Novelty of Newspapers: Victorian Fiction after the Invention of the News. Oxford University Press (Oxford),
RUBERY M(2009). Victorian Literature Out Loud: Digital Audio Resources for the Classroom. Journal of Victorian Culture vol. 14, (1) 134-140.
Rubery M(2008). Bleak House in real time. English Language Notes vol. 46, (1) 112-118.
Rubery M(2008). Knowing Dickens. DICKENS QUART vol. 25, (2) 118-120.
Rubery M(2008). Henry James, in Short. HENRY JAMES REV vol. 29, (3) 222-228.
RUBERY M (2008). Moulding the Female Body in Victorian Fairy Tales and Sensation Novels Book review. British Association of Victorian Studies (BAVS)
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RUBERY MC(2008). Play It Again, Sam Weller: New Digital Audiobooks and Old Ways of Reading. Journal of Victorian Culture vol. 13, (1) 58-79.
Rubery M(2007). Charles Dickens's A 'Tale of Two Cities'. DICKENS QUART vol. 24, (3) 179-182.
RUBERY MC(2007). Narrating the News: New Journalism and Literary Genre in Late Nineteenth-Century American Newspapers and Fiction. Media History vol. 13, (1) 115-117.
Rubery M(2007). Wishing to be interviewed in Henry James's The 'Reverberator'. HENRY JAMES REV vol. 28, (1) 57-72.
Rubery M(2006). Unspoken intimacy in Henry James's The 'Papers'. NINETEEN CENT LIT vol. 61, (3) 343-367.
Rubery M(2006). Life writing and Victorian culture. REV ENGL STUD vol. 57, (232) 841-843.
RUBERY MC(2004). Joseph Conrad’s “Wild Story of a Journalist”. ELH vol. 71, (3) 751-774.
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