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Bickle, Sharon (2007). Rethinking Michael Field: The case for the Bodleian letters. In Margaret D. Stetz and Cheryl A. Wilson (Ed.), Michael Field and their world (pp. 39-47) High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, U.K.: Rivendale Press.
Bickle, Sharon (2002). A woman of women for "A Sonnet of Sonnets": The ideal translator and female subjectivity in Christina Rossetti's "Monna Innominata". In Barbara Garlick (Ed.), Tradition and the Poetics of Self in Nineteenth-Century Women's Poetry (pp. 117-136) Amsterdam, Netherlands: Editions Rodopi.
Bickle, Sharon (2013) The fierce earth: "Michael Field's" pagan politics. Hecate, 38 1/2: 78-90.
Bickle, Sharon A. (2013) Twisting Dickens: modding childhood for the steampunk marketplace in Cory Doctorow's "Clockwork Fagin" (2011). Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies, 18 3: 58-71.
Bickle, Sharon (2012) Disability and gender in the visual field: Seeing the subterranean lives of Michael Field's William Rufus. Victorian Literature and Culture, 40 1: 137-152. doi:10.1017/S1060150311000283
Bickle, Sharon (2010) Victorian Maenads: On Michael Field’s Callirrhoe and being driven mad. The Michaelian, 2: 1-10.
Bickle, Sharon (2010) Between women: friendship, desire, and marriage in Victorian England. Nineteenth-Century Literature, 65 1: 127-130. doi:10.1525/ncl.2010.65.1.127
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