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The fictive reflex: a fresh look at reflexiveness and narrative representation

Reflexiveness in literary contexts tends to be assimilated to self-reference; to the various ways in which a work may foreground the artifice and conventionality of its own features as representation, narrative or language. In this sense it is equated with metafiction, and regarded as a sophisticated and highly self-conscious use of narrative; here, however, I offer a contrary...


TOXICITIES IN CHILDREN WITH MEDULLOBLASTOMA Julie Brent, Fathima Zumla Cader, Daniel Ford, Andrew Kay, Richard Walsh, Guirish Solanki, Andrew Peet, and Martin English; Birmingham Children’s Hospital