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A “Feature Sharing” account of attributive and predicative adjectival gender agreement in French

Christopher Hammerly
University of Minnesota
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Languages & Linguistics

Subverting the Tyranny of the Novel: Transmedia Storytelling in Ishmael Reed’s Flight to Canada

Amsale Alemu
Harvard University
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Literature

Psychic Travel in 'Naked Lunch'

Nati Amitai
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
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Literature

According to Raylene Ramsay, Maryse Condé presents the reader with ‘an incomplete patchwork of individual representations, with little “islands of consciousness” connected only by blank spaces and missing information’. Why does Condé structure her novel i

Rory Grugan
Queen's University Belfast
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Languages & Linguistics

"The Art of Being Young, Being Lovely, Being an Object": Female Identity and Dance in the Early Writing of F. Scott Fitzgerald

Orla Sadlier
Institute of Art, Design & Technology
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Literature

Tones or Noise: How Previous Linguistic Experience Influences Lexical Processing of Tone

Amritha Mallikarjun
Carnegie Mellon University
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Languages & Linguistics

In what ways have the film adaptations of Beckett's Not I altered gender and the gaze within the play?

Caitriona Whelan
Maynooth University
Category: 
Literature

Assess the applicability and usefulness of postcolonial theory to any two or more of the texts that you have studied.

Christophe Neill
Durham University
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Languages & Linguistics

“Mightier than the Sword”: Feminism, Modernism & Dissidence in The Land of Spices

Matthew Fogarty
Maynooth University
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Literature

What relevance might the libertinage of Ancient Regime France have to our contemporary society?

Eleri Anona Watson
Durham University
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Languages & Linguistics

‘Pleasure is the only thing worth having a theory about.’ Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray (2006: 56). Discuss in relation to the politics of pleasure in Michel Houellebecq’s Les Particules élémentaires (2008).

Sofia Hewson
Durham University
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Languages & Linguistics

Out of Time: Time and Otherworldly Exchanges in Pearl and Sir Orfeo

Christine Klippenstein
McGill University
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Literature

Closure, Copia, and Commonplaces: Three Meditations on Rhetorical Technologies and Discontinuities in Conclusion of King Lear

Aaron Golish
McGill University
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Literature

In what ways do Pedro Cabiya and Junot Díaz "write back" to the (colonialist and/or (neo-)imperialist) commodification of the Caribbean and its inhabitants?

Hannah Rich
Durham University
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Languages & Linguistics

The Memory-Object in Julian Barnes’ Flaubert’s Parrot

Cheryl Julia Lee
Nanyang Technological University
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Literature

Suffering in Diaspora: Dis/Assembling the Modern Human and Rethinking Ethics

Amrit Trewn
Northwestern University
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Literature

Rewriting Quevedo: From poetry to prose

Kieran Lambe
Queen's University Belfast
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Languages & Linguistics

‘Tis a pity when the laws are faulty they should not be mended or abolished’: The vexed representation of Authority in Aphra Behn’s The Widdow Ranter (1688)

David Kilgannon
NUI Galway
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Literature

Wie tragen die weiblichen Hauptfiguren in Iphigenie auf Tauris und Der gute Mensch von Sezuan zur Darstellung der Gerechtigkeitskonzepte der Dramatiker bei?

Hannah Baker
Durham University
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Languages & Linguistics

In the treatise On Sublimity ‘Longinus’ claims that the sublime, ‘produced at the right moment, tears everything up like a whirlwind, and exhibits the orator’s whole power at a single blow.’

Anne-Marie Morgan
Queen's University Belfast
Category: 
Literature