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'And the Word was made flesh': the problem of the Incarnation in seventeenth-century devotional poetry
(University of St Andrews, 2012-05) - Thesis,
In using the doctrine of the Incarnation as a lens to approach the devotional poetry of seventeenth-century Britain, ‘“And the Word was made flesh”: The Problem of the Incarnation in Seventeenth-Century Devotional Poetry’ ...
‘See SCOT and SAXON coalesc'd in one’ : James Macpherson's 'The Highlander' in its intellectual and cultural contexts, with an annotated text of the poem
(University of St Andrews, 2011-11-30) - Thesis,
This thesis explores James Macpherson’s The Highlander (1758) in relation to originality, Scottish identity and historiography. It also situates the Ossianic Collections in the context of Macpherson’s earlier poetical and ...
Words incarnate : contemporary women’s fiction as religious revision
(University of St Andrews, 2011-06-21) - Thesis,
This thesis investigates the prevalence of religious themes in the work of several prominent contemporary women writers—Margaret Atwood, Michèle Roberts, Alice Walker and A.L. Kennedy. Relying on Luce Irigaray’s recent ...
David Mitchell : The Bone Clocks
(2015-06) - Journal item,
'Looking down time's telescope at myself': reincarnation and global futures in David Mitchell's fictional worlds
(2017-09-08) - Journal article,
This essay explores the trope of reincarnation across the works of British author David Mitchell (b.1969) as an alternative approach to linear temporality, whose spiralling cyclicality warns of the dangers of seeing past ...
David Mitchell : Slade House
(2016-08-22) - Journal item,
Jenni Fagan, The Sunlight Pilgrims
(2017-12) - Journal item,