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  • "Some Safe Way of Dying": A Literary Study of Suicide in 1940s Britain 

    BRADY, WILLIAM JOSEPH (Trinity College Dublin. School of English. Discipline of English, 2019)
    The hitherto unimaginable challenges, dilemmas and paradoxes of the Second World War and its immediate aftermath were, this thesis contends, mediated through a language and imaginative framework of suicide in British ...
  • The forgotten Piers Plowman : early Tudor Plowman texts 

    Thijms, Annemarie (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of English, 2007)
    Methods: This thesis combines textual analysis with research into the historical, religious and literary context of early Tudor Ploughman texts, looking back to the late fourteenth century ploughman literature. In chapter ...
  • John Donne and religious authority in the reformed English church 

    Sweetnam, Mark S. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of English, 2008)
    This thesis examines the place of religious authority in the thought of John Donne. The methodology employed is a historically contextualised close reading of Donne's works, with particular focus on the sermons. This reading ...
  • Multi city : contemporary literary chronotopes of London 

    Perregaux, Myriam (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of English, 2006)
    The general subject of this study is the representation of London in contemporary British literature. In particular, it asks whether literary chronotopes of London participate in the emergence of a dialogic city. In order ...
  • Sacerdos Parochialis edited from British Library MS Burney 356 & Exornatorium Curatorum edited from Cambridge Corpus Christi Sp.335.2 

    Pattwell, Niamh (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of English, 2004)
    This thesis is in two parts. Each part contains a critical edition of a late Middle English manual of religious instruction. The first edition is Sacerdos Parochialis and is found in eleven extant manuscripts from the ...