Monday, 17 December 2012




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Bennett, A. and N, Royle, Elizabeth Bowen and the dissolution of the novel: still lives, (Basingstoke, Macmillan Press), (1995), (PP Xiii-101)

Boone, Joseph A., ‘Depolicing Villette: Surveillance, Invisibility, and the Female Erotics of "Heretic Narrative’, NOVEL: A Forum on Fiction, 26, (1 ), Autumn, (1992), (PP 20-42)

Brontë,C,Villette, (London, Oxford University Press,1853)

Brooks, P. Troubling Confessions, (Chicago: University of Chicago Press), (2000)

Bowen, Elizabeth, The Heat of the Day, (Vintage Books, London), (1949)

Chesterton,G,K, The Man Who Was Thursday, (Penguin Classis),(1908)

Debord, Guy, ‘The Culmination of Seperation’, The Society of the Spectacle, (London, Rebel Press), (2008), (PP 7-9)

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Glatzer, Nahum, Franz Kafka’s The Complete Stories, (Schocken Books), (1971)


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Hier, Sean P, The Surveillance Studies Reader, (Maidenhead : Open University Press), (2007)

Hogg J, The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner, (London, Oxford University Press,1824)

Ishiguro, Kazuo, Never Let Me Go , (Faber and Faber),(2005)


Jung, Sandra, ‘Curiosity, Surveillance and Detection in Charlotte Brontë’s Vilette’, Brontë Studies, 35, 2, July 2010, (PP 160-71)

Lassner, Phyllis, ‘Remaining the Arts of War: Language and History in Elizabeth Bowen’s The Heat of The Day and Rose Macaulay’s The World My Wilderness’, Perspectives in Contemporary Criticism 14, (1988), (PP 30-8, P 30)  

Lyon, D, Surveillance Studies: An Overview, (London: Polity), (2007)

McEwan,Ian,The Innocent, (Vintage) (2005)

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PCWorld. "Don’t fall for the Facebook privacy notice hoax | PCWorld." N.p., 2012. Web. 17 Dec 2012. [].

Pickles, Nick. "Is the use of CCTV cameras in schools out of hand?." N.p., 2012. Web. 17 Dec 2012. [].


Quinn, Ben. "Man who defaced Tate Modern's Rothko canvas says he's added value." N.p., 2012. Web. 17 Dec 2012. [].


Raban, Jonathon, Surveillance, (Picador),(2006)

Sage, V, Horror Fiction in the Protestant Tradition: ‘Criminals and Christians: The Paradox of the Internalised Conscience.’ (Macmillan Press, London, 1988, pp 70-126)

Shuttleworth, S, Villette: “The Surveillance of a Sleepless Eye’, (1952, pp 108-129)

The Guardian. "Smoke and minors." N.p., 2011. Web. 17 Dec 2012. [].

Wolff, Janet, ‘The Invisible Flâneuse: Women and the Literature of Modernity.’ in Theory, Culture, and Society, November 1985, 2:37-46

Woolf,Virginia, Mrs Dalloway, (London Hogarth Press),(1925)


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Zizek, S, ‘Big Brother, or, the Triumph of the Gaze over the Eye’ in CTRL SPACE, Levin, T (ed.), (2004), (PP 224-27)


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