- Hayward, Philip (2007). "Western Edges: Evil Aliens and Island Otherness in British Cinema". Shima: The International Journal of Research into Island Cultures 1 (2): 91–97. http://shimajournal.org/issues/v1n2/i.%20Hayward%20Shima%20v1n2.pdf.
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“The truth in a calm world,
In which there is no other meaning, itself
Is calm, itself is summer and night, itself
Is the reader leaning late and reading there.”
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