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Journal publications


  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2017) Studying the Novel Seventh Edition. Bloomsbury Academic. 2017. ISBN 9781472575111.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2015) The Reader as Peeping Tom: Nonreciprocal Gazing in Fiction and Film. Ohio State University Press. 2015. ISBN 9780814252567.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy; Lothe, Jakob; Fincham, Gail. (2015) Outposts of Progress. Joseph Conrad, Modernism and Post-colonialism. UCT Press. 2015. ISBN 978-1-77582-081-9.
  • Conrad, Joseph; Osborne, Roger; Eggert, Paul; Carabine, Keith; Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2013) Under Western Eyes. Cambridge University Press. 2013. ISBN 9780521824071.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy; Lothe, Jakob. (2013) Narrative Ethics. Rodopi. 2013. ISBN 978-90-420-3728-1.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy; Stape, John; Simmons, Allan. (2011) Under Western Eyes: Centennial Essays. Rodopi. 2011. ISBN 978-90-420-3440-2.
  • Goring, Paul; Hawthorn, Jeremy; Mitchell, Domhnall Martin. (2010) Studying Literature. Bloomsbury Academic. 2010. ISBN 978-0-34098-512-0.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2007) Sexuality and the Erotic in the Fiction of Joseph Conrad. Continuum. 2007. ISBN 0-8264-9527-3.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (1996) Cunning passages : new historicism, cultural materialism and Marxism in the contemporary litarary debate. 1996.

Part of book/report

  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2015) From Race to Class in "The Nigger of the 'Narcissus'". The Secret Sharer and Other Stories.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2015) Penetrating the impenetrable in Conrad's fiction. Outposts of Progress. Joseph Conrad, Modernism and Post-colonialism.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2013) Reading fiction: voyeurism without shame?. Narrative Ethics.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2012) Philip Roth's "Exit Ghost", Joseph Conrad's "The Shadow-Line", and the Ethical Implications of Narrative Occasion. Disputable Core Concepts of Narrative Theory.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2011) Orientalism as satirical pastoral: the Kai Lung stories of Ernest Bramah. Colonial and Postcolonial Experiences. Essays in Honour of Peter Young.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2009) Collecting People is Wrong: Francis Veber's 'Le Diner des Cons' and Joseph Conrad's 'The Informer'. One of Us: Studi inglesi e conradiani offerti a Mario Curreli.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2008) Authority and the Death of the Author. Authority Matters: Rethinking the Theory and Practice of Authorship.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2008) Travel as Incarceration: Jean Rhys's "After Leaving Mr Mackenzie". Literary Landscapes: From Modernism to Postcolonialism.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2007) Joseph Conrad's half-written fictions. The Cambridge Companion to the Modernist Novel.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2006) Reading and writhing: the exotic and the erotic in Joseph Conrad's "An Outcast of the Islands". Postcolonial Dislocations: Travel, History, and the Ironies of Narrative.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2006) Theories of the Gaze. Literary Theory and Criticism.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2003) Optical toys and x-ray machines: seeing and believing in "Lord Jim". Lord Jim de Joseph Conrad, red. Nathalie Martinière.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2003) The richness of meanness: Joseph Conrad's 'To-morrow' and James Joyce's 'Eveline'. Literary Sinews: Essays in honour of Bjørn Tysdahl.
  • Hawthorn, Jeremy. (2002) Power and perspective in Joseph Conrad's political fiction: the gaze and the other. Gail Fincham and Attie de Lange (eds), Conrad at the Millennium: Modernism, Postmodernism, Postcolonialism.