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Dr Fiona Cox

Publications

Books

Strange Monsters - Ovid's Presence in Contemporary Women's Writing, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2017.

Sibylline Sisters - Virgil's Presence in Contemporary Women's Writing, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2011.

with Roux M, Collins D, Smith P, Substance and the shadow, Pennsylvania State Univ Pr, 2007.

with Schmidt-Hannisa HW, Money and culture, Peter Lang Pub Inc, 2007.

aeneas takes the Metro: Virgil's Presence in twentieth Century French Literature, Oxford, Legenda, 1999.

Articles

Everything and Nothing - Hugo and Shakespeare, Dix-Neuf, 2016

with Theodorakopoulos E, Fidelity in an Arranged Marriage - Sarah Ruden's aeneid, Classical Receptions, OUP, 2012

with Brown S, Braund S, Balmer J, Theodorakopoulos E, Tarlo H, Hurst I, Special issue of the Journal of Classical Receptions, vol. 4, Oxford University Press, 2012, 149-271

Myth, Mutability and the Third Wave, Classical Receptions - Special Issue, vol. 4, no. 2, OUP, 2012, 163-175

Nightmares of Absence - Hugo and 'Le Rouet d'Omphale', Nineteenth Century French Studies, vol. 3 and 4, no. Vol 35, University of Nebraska Press, 2007, 526-536

Virgilian Underworlds in Le Rhin and La Modification, French Studies Bulletin, 2005

with O‘Carragain E, From Pantheon to Pantheon - Art and Topography in La Modification, Proceedings of the Virgil Soceity, 2004

Translating the aeneid to the Nouveau Roman - Pierre Klossowki's Translation, Translation and Literature, vol. 6, University of Edinburgh Press, 1997, 203-215

Practitioners Voices in Classical Reception - Special Issue on Contemporary Women Writers Interview between Fiona Cox and Jane Alison., Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies

Interview between Fiona Cox and Marie Cosnay. Translated by Fiona Cox, no. Special Issue 2013

Interview between Alice Oswald and Fiona Cox, Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies, no. Special Issue 2013

Interview between Fiona Cox and Marie Darrieussecq. Translated by Fiona Cox., Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies, no. Special Issue 2013

Interview between Fiona Cox and Jo Shapcott, Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies, no. Special Issue 2013

with Balmer J, Theodorakopoulos E-M, Interview between Jo Balmer, Fiona Cox and Elena Theodorakopoulos, Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies, no. Special Issue 2014

with Atkinson T, Theodorakopoulos E-M, Interview between Tiffany Atkinson, Fiona Cox and Elena Theodorakopoulos., Practitioners' Voices in Classical Reception Studies, no. Special Issue 2013

Chapters

Le rôle d'Orphée dans les romans de Sylvie Germain, in La représentation du “couple” Virgile-Ovide dans la tradition culturelle de l’ Antiquité à nos jours., Lille: Septentrion - Presses Universitaires, 2015, 327-337

Women's Education and the Classics, in Brockliss W, Gnoza J, Archibald E (eds) Learning Greek and Latin from Antiquity to the Present, Cambridge University Press, 2015

Waterloo, Myth and Memory, in Grossman K, Stephens B (eds) Les Misérables and its Afterlives: Between Page, Stage, and Screen, Kent: Ashgate, 2015, 144-166

Remembering the Future - Epic and Afterlife in Les Misérables, in Guyon L, Watts A (eds) Aller(s)-Retour(s) - Nineteenth Century France in Motion, Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2013, 237-250

Ovid on the Channel Islands: The Exile of Victor Hugo, in Two Thousand Years of Solitude: Exile after Ovid, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012

Ovidian Metamorphoses in the Fiction of A. S. Byatt, in Hardwick L, Harrison S (eds) Classics in the Modern World: A Democratic Turn, Oxford University Press, 2012

Female Voices - the Democratic Turn in Ali Smith's Classical Reception, in Hardwiok L, Harrison S (eds) Classics - A Democratic Turn, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012

Les Misérables: The Shadowlands of Epic, in Griffiths K, Evans D (eds) Haunting presences, Univ of Wales Pr, 2009, 75-88

with Schmidt-Hannisa HW, Introduction, in Cox F, Schmidt-Hannisa H-W (eds) Money and culture, Peter Lang Pub Inc, 2007, 11-14

Pygmalion and the Prostitue: Processes of Exchange in Les Miserables, in Cox F, Schmidt-Hannisa H-W (eds) Money and culture, Peter Lang Pub Inc, 2007, 143-158

Night Falls on America: Virgilian Pastoral in Michel Butor's Mobile, in Paschalis M (eds) Pastoral palimpsests, Crete: Michael Paschalis, 2007, 171-189

Virgilian Transformations - The aeneid in the History of Translation, in Murray K (eds) Translations from classical literature, Dublin: Irish Texts Society, 2006, 69-82

The Formlessness of Hugo's Epic World, in Crowley P, Hegarty P (eds) Formless - Ways In and Out of Form, Peter Lang Pub Inc, 2005, 161-172

Money and Identity in Les Misérables, in Conference SOD-NA, Capitanio S (eds) Currencies, Peter Lang Pub Inc, 2005, 121-133

Shadows Over the Rhine - Hugo's Reading of Virgil's First Eclogue, in Conroy J, Academy RI (eds) Cross-cultural travel, Peter Lang Publishing, 2003, 209-219

Envoi: The Death of Virgil, in Martindale C (eds) The Cambridge companion to Virgil, Cambridge Univ Pr, 1997

'The Dawn of a Hope so Horrible': Javert and the Absurd', in Victor Hugo: Romancier de l'abime, Legenda