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The dramaturgy of the tragedies of John Webster and John Ford with special reference to their use of stage imagery.
The imagery of the plays of John Webster and John Ford is not only verbal: in staging as well as language these dramas display strongly imagistic, symbolic elements. The purpose of this thesis is to examine the seven ...
The treatment of family life and relationships in the works of James Joyce from Dubliners to Ulysses
Joyce's treatment of family life and relationships reveals both a continuing concern with many of the same themes and a distinctive development from Dubliners to Ulysses. Throughout the works he is concerned with such ...
Children's classics translated from English under Franco: the censorship of the William books and the Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
The thesis documents the censorship histories of Mark Twain's The Adventures of Tom Sawyer and Richmal Crompton's William books under Franco, and analyses these censorship histories in terms of the changing character of ...
The life and works of James Miller, 1704-1744, with particular reference to the satiric content of his poetry and plays.
James Miller was born the son of a Dorset rector in 1704. He was himself ordained, but acquired no benefice until just before his early death, probably because of a scathing portrayal of the Bishop of London in one of ...
A study of eroticism in English non-dramatic poetry 1580-1680.
For a hundred years, between Marlowe's. translation of Ovid's Amores in the 1580s and Rochester's death in 1680, a current of erotic feeling flows through English amatory verse which has as its source the Ovidian Art ...