in Incest in contemporary literature


The editor and contributors wish to thank and acknowledge the support and assistance they have received from Andrea Newman, Ashley Pearce, Stephen Parton, Mammoth Screen Ltd, ITV Ltd and Mammoth Screen Productions, Abbie Weinberg, Rachel Ward, Jane Smiley and Lynn Pleshette, Screen Australia, Screen New South Wales, the South Australian Film Corporation, Leah Churchill-Brown, Faber & Faber, Farrar, Strauss and Giroux (Macmillan) and all at HarperCollins, Pathé Production, Luisa Fisher, Simon J. James, Pamela Osborn, Mark Sandy, Colin Theakston, Patricia Waugh, Sarah Wootton and Frances White.

We are grateful to David Miller, Editor of the Journal of Literary and Trauma Studies, and to Nebraska Press, for allowing us to draw upon content for the introduction covered previously in Emma V. Miller’s article ‘“We must not forget that there was a crime”: Incest, domestic violence and textual memory in the novels of Iris Murdoch’, Journal of Literature and Trauma Studies 1:2 (University of Nebraska Press, Fall 2012), pp. 65–94,

None of this would be possible without the support of our colleagues and families.

This work owes much to the vision and endeavour of Emma V. Miller, without whom the collection would not have come to fruition: it is dedicated to her.

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Editor: Miles Leeson


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