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  • Restoring the Earth: South African Literature and Environmental Justice 

    Klein, Benjamin (2022-04-02)
    This dissertation investigates the ability of literature to enrich our understanding of environmental justice in South Africa. The aim of the project is to explore how literature and other forms of cultural imagining have ...
  • A Study of Constellational Novel Form 

    Klee, Louis
    This dissertation defines and theorises ‘constellational form’ in the novel, a term I develop from the work of Walter Benjamin. By ‘constellational form’, I mean an associative, essayistic, digressive, allusive, and densely ...
  • Tragedy and the Younger Romantics 

    Lisica, Flora
    This thesis explores how tragedy was conceptualised in the Romantic period by focusing on the work of Byron, Keats, Mary Shelley, and P. B. Shelley, and their contemporaries. It argues for the centrality of tragedy to the ...
  • 'I am indebted to everyone': Susan Howe's Inheritance 

    Ní Dhomhnaill, Lily
    This thesis articulates the interdependent concepts of inheritance and debt (material, political, cultural) as they pertain to the work of the U.S. poet Susan Howe (b. 1937). Drawing on scholarship in performance studies, ...

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