Dr Mark Wormald, Pembroke




Research Interests

Nineteenth and twentieth century; Victorian; contemporary poetry and fiction

Selected Publications


  • Mark Wormald, "Prior Knowledge: Sarah Waters and the Victorians", British Fiction Today, ed. Rod Mengham and Philip Tew, Continuum, 2006, 186-197
  • Mark Wormald, "The Bear Hunt", Family Wanted: Adoption Stories, ed. Sara Holloway, Granta Press, 2005, 227-248
  • Mark Wormald, "Kazuo Ishiguro and the Work of Art: Reading Distances", Contemporary British Fiction, ed. Richard J Lane, Rod Mengham and Philip Tew, Polity Press, 2003, 226-238
  • Mark Wormald, "Hopkins, Hamlet and the Victorians: Carrion Comfort?", Victorian Poetry 40.4, 2002, 409-431
  • ed. Mark Wormald (with intro. and notes), "The Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick Club by Charles Dickens", Penguin, 1999, vii-xxiii, xxvii-xxx, 774-801, 801
  • Mark Wormald, "The Uses of Impurity: Fiction and Fundamentalism in Salman Rushdie and Jeanette Winterson", An Introduction to Contemporary Fiction: International wrting in English since 1970, Polity Press, 1999, 182-202, ch. 11
  • Mark Wormald, "Microscopy and Semiotic in "Middlemarch"", 50:4, 1996, 501-524
  • Mark Wormald, "Poetry-Post 1945", The Year's Work in English Studies 73, Basil Blackwell/English Association, 1995, 525-535
  • Mark Wormald, "Articles on Geoffrey Hill, Sean O'Brien, Michael O'Neill, Harold Massingham, Glyn Maxwell, Wes Magee, Gillian Clarke, Edward Shanks, George Rostrevor Hamilton, Sally Purcell, Frank Ormsby, Lady Gregory", The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Poetry in English, Oxford University Press, 1994