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  • Toward a Digital Genetic Edition of James Joyce's 'Finnegans Wake' Chapter II.2 

    Bayramova, Halila (Trinity College Dublin. School of English. Discipline of English, 2022)
    This thesis is intended as a minor contribution to the broader discussion of digital textual editing. It uses a case study of James Joyce¿s creative process during the composition of Chapter II.2 of Finnegans Wake as a way ...
  • Reconstructing name : Lady Gregory's tragic Irish heroine 

    Swift, Elizabeth-Anne Seton (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of English, 1999)
    This thesis discusses the development of historian, folklorist and dramatist Lady Gregory's dramatic technique in regard to her Folk-History plays, Kincora I and II, Dervorgilla, and Grania. The focus of the thesis is on ...
  • Reading Rooms: Fostering Constructive and Inclusive Dialogue Between Communities 

    Moriarty, Sinéad; Whyte, Pádraic; Nixon, Elizabeth (2022)
    This report provides the findings from an inter-disciplinary project that sought to investigate and advance the potential of shared reading groups to promote purposeful and meaningful dialogue among Northern Ireland interface ...
  • Harry Potter and the Unconscious Dimension 

    Pyle, Mary Jerram (Trinity College Dublin. School of English. Discipline of English, 2022)
    In this thesis I explore the extent to which an unconscious response on the part of the reader may contribute to the extraordinary popularity among both children adults of J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series (1997—2007). ...
  • The mind's blue eye : Berkeleian in the poetry of Richard Wilbur 

    O'Keeffe, William John (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). School of English, 2001)
    One is struck, throughout the poetry of Richard Wilbur, by a tantalizing resemblance to the work of two close contemporaries: Howard Nemerov in the United States and Philip Larkin in Great Britain. Wilbur admired both, ...

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