Articles

Vincent, B. and Clarke, J. (forthcoming) ‘Nadsat in translation:  A Clockwork Orange and L’Orange Mécanique.’ Meta: Journal des traducteurs.

Corness, P. (2018) ‘A Clockwork Orange in Polish: Robert Stiller’s dystopias.’ In Justyna Czaja, Irina Jermaszowa, Monika Wójciak and Bogusław Zieliński (eds.) Słowiańska Wieża Babel Tom II: Język i tożsamość. Warsaw: Filologia Słowiańska.

Clarke, J. (2017). Parallel Keyword Analysis: Russian Elements in English Nadsat and French Nadsat. КОРПУСНАЯ ЛИНГВИСТИКА–2017, 23.

Clarke, J. (2017) Lives in language: Anthony Burgess. Babel Link to issue 19

Malamatidou, S. (2017). Creativity in translation through the lens of contact linguistics: a multilingual corpus of A Clockwork Orange. The Translator, 23(3), 292-309. https://doi.org/10.1080/13556509.2017.1294043

Vincent, B., & Clarke, J. (2017). ‘The language of A Clockwork Orange: A corpus stylistic approach to Nadsat.’ Language and Literature, 26(3), 247-264. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0963947017706625

Vincent, B. (2017) ‘Nadsat: the anti-language of A Clockwork Orange.’ Babel. Link to issue 19 | link to Best of Babel edition

Chapters

Curry, N., Clarke, J. and Vincent, B. (forthcoming) ‘A Parallel Linguistic Analysis of Translations of A Clockwork Orange.’ In Campbell, I. (ed.) Science Fiction in Translation. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Presentations / Posters

Clarke, J. & Vincent, B. (2018) ‘The colours of the real world only seem really real when you viddy them on the screen’: the adaptation of Nadsat in Stanley Kubrick’s A Clockwork Orange. A Clockwork Symposium: A Clockwork Orange – new perspectives, London College of Communication, University of the Arts, London, 2 November 2018. slides

Vincent, B. (2017) Burgess and Belmont: Recreating Nadsat in French. Anthony Burgess: Life, Work, Reputation. Anthony Burgess Institute, Manchester, 3-5 July 2017. slides

Corness, P. (2016) A Clockwork Orange in Polish: Robert Stiller’s Dystopias. Ponying the Slovos Symposium, Coventry University, 18 March 2016. slides

Vincent, B. (2016) Nadsat in context: what do corpus approaches reveal? Ponying the Slovos Symposium, Coventry University, 18 March 2016. slides

Clarke, J. & Vincent, B. (2015) The profound shoom of lip-music: a corpus-based analysis of an invented literary language. Poster presentation, Corpus Linguistics beyond Boundaries: Interdisciplinary Applications Symposium, University of Nottingham, June 2015. poster