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  • The Great Clock Tower: Time and Narrative in the Late Works of W.B. Yeats 

    SCANLON, JAMES (Trinity College Dublin. School of English. Discipline of English, 2018)
    James Scanlon The Great Clock Tower: Time and Narrative in the Late Works of W.B. Yeats This dissertation is a study of time and narrative in the late works of W.B. Yeats. I argue that, in the early twentieth century, the ...
  • More than meets the eye : truth in the eighteenth-century novel 

    Keeley, Vivienne (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of English, 2016)
    In the eighteenth century it was commonly believed that Britain was experiencing a servant crisis. In consequence of the changing nature of the master-servant relationship which was shifting from a patriarchal style to ...
  • Orientations: the positions and aesthetics of contemporary migrant fiction 

    Mohan, David (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of English, 2000)
    Touching on the work of David Dabydeen, Caryl Phillips, Fred D’Aguiar, Jamaica Kincaid, Michael Ondaatje, Salman Rushdie and Hanif Kureishi I will examine, in this thesis, the political, aesthetic and historical orientation ...
  • Randall Jarrell, canonicity, multiplicity, travesty : the apocalyptic margins of the still, human center 

    Hinds, Michael (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of English, 2001)
    The thesis finds that Randall Jarrell's writing fails to meet the expectations of the American canon and travesties the aesthetic conventions of American literary modernism. It is often kitsch or melodramatic, it can be ...
  • Yeats's Re-Enchanted Nature 

    Hewitt, Sean (2018)
    [From the introductory paragraphs] [...] Yeats’s image of post-Enlightenment mankind as “passive” before nature hints at his interest in magic and mysticism, as well as his desire to search in and through nature and its ...

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