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Harrison, Chloe (2020). 'The truth is we're watching each other': Voiceover narration as 'split-self' presentation in The Handmaid's Tale TV series. Language and Literature, 29 (1), pp. 22-38.

Harrison, Chloe and Nuttall, Louise (2018). Re-reading in Stylistics. Language and Literature, 27 (3), pp. 176-195.

Harrison, Chloe (2017). Finding Elizabeth: Construing memory in Elizabeth Is Missing by Emma Healey. Journal of Literary Semantics, 46 (2), pp. 131-151.

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Nuttall, Louise and Harrison, Chloe (2020). Wolfing down the Twilight series: Metaphors for reading in online reviews. IN: Contemporary Media Stylistics. Ringrow, Helen and Pihlaja, Stephen (eds) London: Bloomsbury.

Harrison, Chloe and Nuttall, Louise (2019). Cognitive Grammar and reconstrual:Re-experiencing Margaret Atwood's 'The Freeze-Dried Groom'. IN: Experiencing Fictional Worlds. Neurohr, B. and Stewart-Shaw, L. (eds) John Benjamins.

Harrison, Chloe and Stockwell, Peter (2014). Cognitive Poetics. IN: The Bloomsbury Companion to Cognitive Linguistics. Littlemore, Jeannette and Taylor, John R. (eds) Bloomsbury.

Harrison, Chloe (2014). Attentional windowing in David Foster Wallace’s “The Soul Is Not a Smithy”. IN: Cognitive Grammar in Literature. Harrison, Chloe; Nuttall, Louise; Stockwell, Peter and Yuan, Wenjuan (eds) John Benjamins.

Book

Harrison, Chloe (2017). Cognitive Grammar in Contemporary Fiction. John Benjamins.

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