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    • Apuleius and Lyly 

      Rawlings, Linda Edwards (1982) - Thesis
      This work is a study of the contribution which Apuleius' Metamorphoses made to the development of the Euphuistic style apparent in John Lyly's Euphuest The Anatomy of Wit. While not proving conclusively Apuleius' direct ...
    • Derrida, Arendt and 'care for the world' : forgiveness and cosmopolitanism reconsidered 

      Peys, Christopher James (University of St Andrews, 2018-06-26) - Thesis
      This thesis explores the themes of forgiveness and cosmopolitanism through the prism of ‘care’ – a term which is used here in reference to Hannah Arendt’s notion of ‘care for the world’. It presents both a theory of a ...
    • 'Hamlet ... made another thing' : an examination of adapted versions of Hamlet 

      Boyd, Donna Kathleen (University of St Andrews, 1993-07) - Thesis
      This thesis is an analysis of three centuries of adaptations of Shakespeare's Hamlet and of how artistic considerations and political events affected the adaptors' decisions in choosing and altering Hamlet, and of how the ...
    • Spot-on or not? : an analysis of Seurat's colour theory 

      Marks-Donaldson, Roberta Lynne (University of St Andrews, 1997) - Thesis
      An analysis of mid- to late-nineteenth century scientific colour theories sets the stage for the introduction of the artistic style of French painter Georges Seurat. His traditional beaux-arts training, extraordinary skills ...