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    • Accounting for taste : the poetics of food and flavour in Virginia Woolf’s novels 

      De Santa, Jessica E. (University of St Andrews, 2015-11) - Thesis
      This thesis argues that tasting appears as an act of creative empathy and of knowledge acquisition in Virginia Woolf’s writing. First contextualising my discussion within Woolf’s own reading of the aesthetic and literary ...
    • The enigma of imaging in the Maxwell fisheye medium 

      Sahebdivan(i), Sahar (University of St Andrews, 2016-11-30) - Thesis
      The resolution of optical instruments is normally limited by the wave nature of light. Circumventing this limit, known as the diffraction limit of imaging, is of tremendous practical importance for modern science and ...
    • Quantitative and evolutionary global analysis of enzyme reaction mechanisms 

      Nath, Neetika (University of St Andrews, 2015-06-24) - Thesis
      The most widely used classification system describing enzyme-catalysed reactions is the Enzyme Commission (EC) number. Understanding enzyme function is important for both fundamental scientific and pharmaceutical reasons. ...
    • Reading Paul and Dante in the fourteenth century 

      Gustaw, Chantal (University of St Andrews, 2015-09) - Thesis
      Given the importance of Paul for Dante’s characterization of the pilgrim, and his invocation of the Pauline Epistles throughout the Commedia, this thesis began by asking how important Paul was to Dante’s fourteenth-century ...
    • Self-esteem, dreams & indignation : lessons from an emerging middle-class private high school in Northeast Brazil 

      Wisdahl, Michele (University of St Andrews, 2016-06-23) - Thesis
      This thesis provides an ethnography of the final year at an emerging middle-class private high school in the Northeast of Brazil. It draws on 15 months of fieldwork, including participant observation in the classroom wherein ...
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      Zheng, Liu (University of St Andrews, 2016-11-30) - Thesis