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Hugh Haughton's research interests lie in twentieth-century Irish literature, modern poetry and poetics in the United Kingdom, United States and Ireland; psychoanalysis and literature; and the literature of nonsense.
He has written widely and his publications include Penguin's Centenary edition of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass and the Chatto Book of Nonsense, an anthology of Nonsense Poetry.
Hugh Haughton's books include:
- The Chatto Book of Nonsense Poetry (1988) (ed.)
- Rudyard Kipling, Wee Willie Winkie (1988) (ed.)
- Lewis Carroll and John Tenniel, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland: AND Through the Looking-Glass (Penguin Classics) (1998) (ed.)
- The Uncanny (Penguin Modern Classics) by Sigmund Freud (2003) (ed.)
- Second World War Poems (Faber) (2004) (ed.)
- The Poetry of Derek Mahon (Oxford, 2007)