Dr John Baker

Senior Lecturer

DepartmentHumanities
Research groupLiterary Studies

Research outputs

The Influence of Robert Southey’s “The Origin of the Rose” on Robert Browning’s “The Heretic’s Tragedy”
Baker, J.H. 2020. The Influence of Robert Southey’s “The Origin of the Rose” on Robert Browning’s “The Heretic’s Tragedy”. University of Westminster.

The Church of the Abandoned Christ: David Peace's 'Red Riding Quartet' and the Wreck of the White Ship
Baker, J.H. 2015. The Church of the Abandoned Christ: David Peace's 'Red Riding Quartet' and the Wreck of the White Ship. The Nautilus. VI, pp. 7-31.

The art of Nick Cave: new critical essays
Baker, J.H. (ed.) 2013. The art of Nick Cave: new critical essays. Bristol Intellect.

“To inflict impossible pain”: the binding of Isaac, divinity, and Kierkegaard in Howard Barker’s Rome
Baker, J.H. 2012. “To inflict impossible pain”: the binding of Isaac, divinity, and Kierkegaard in Howard Barker’s Rome. Ecumenica. 5 (1).

The Man who Walked with God: Philip Pullman's Metatron, the Biblical Enoch, and the Apocrypha
Baker, J.H. 2011. The Man who Walked with God: Philip Pullman's Metatron, the Biblical Enoch, and the Apocrypha. in: Barfield, S. and Cox, K. (ed.) Critical Perspectives on Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials: Essays on the nNovels, the Film and the Stage Productions Jefferson, North Carolina McFarland & Co. Publishers. pp. 143-153

Playing Paul: an interview with Adam Godley
Baker, J.H. 2008. Playing Paul: an interview with Adam Godley. Ecumenica. 1 (1), pp. 55-59.

Gospel truth? Brenton's 'Paul' and the bible
Baker, J.H. 2007. Gospel truth? Brenton's 'Paul' and the bible. New Theatre Quarterly. 23 (3), pp. 264-271. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0266464X07000164

Browning and Wordsworth
Baker, J.H. 2004. Browning and Wordsworth. Madison, USA Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.

Browning's apology: Robert Browning, Wordsworth, and William Knight
Baker, J.H. 2003. Browning's apology: Robert Browning, Wordsworth, and William Knight. Review of English Studies. 54 (214), pp. 220-237. https://doi.org/10.1093/res/54.214.220

"Toms Laocoon": a newly discovered poem by Thomas Lovell Beddoes
Baker, J.H. 2002. "Toms Laocoon": a newly discovered poem by Thomas Lovell Beddoes. Victorian Poetry. 40 (3), pp. 261-266.





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