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    • Gerard Manley Hopkins : critical perceptions of his relation to poetic tradition to 1970 

      Simkin, Stephen John (University of St Andrews, 1992-07) - Thesis
      The aim of this thesis has been to make an accurate assessment of the developments in Hopkins criticism up until 1970, with overriding emphasis on perceptions of his relation to poetic tradition. The chosen methodology ...
    • James Jones and Joseph Heller : an essay in contrasts 

      Boyer, Allen D. (University of St Andrews, 1984) - Thesis
      This dissertation has two purposes. One is to discuss the ideas of James Jones and Joseph Heller on the interrelation of the individual and society. Both of these writers locate their characters within the context of larger ...
    • Made for performance : study of the mature poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins 

      Culwick, Paul Whittington (University of St Andrews, 1982-07) - Thesis
      This work is a study of the mature poetry and poetics of Gerard Manley Hopkins with particular reference to his own oft-stated view that his poetry was intended to be read aloud "with the ear" or to be performed. The study ...