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    • Henry James and "Coterie-Literature" 

      Morley, Simon (2021)
      Henry James is often regarded as an author of ‘coterie-literature’: someone who wrote only for and about elites. This dissertation argues that such interpretations neglect some of the complexities and ambivalences within ...
    • Sound in Conflict: Lyric Poetry and the American Civil War 

      Fenton, John (2021-07-23)
      This dissertation investigates the acoustic resources of lyric poems written during and about the American Civil War, and asks how closely related these acoustics were to their historical environment. I thus attempt to ...
    • Telling Fragments: Politics of the Short Story in Late-Colonial India 

      Soni, Siddharth (2021-02-04)
      Arguing with dominant understandings of the novel as a form best suited to respond to the urgencies of anticolonial nationalism and the challenges of secular democracy, this thesis stakes a claim for the short story as a ...
    • Competing Influences: Francia, Rome and the English in the Seventh Century 

      Platts, Calum
      Francia and Rome loom large in English history in the seventh century. Both are visible in the evangelization of the English in the first half of the century, and their interaction is exemplified by Bishop Wilfrid’s career ...