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(University of St Andrews, 1973) - Thesis"This introduction [to Basire’s work] may conveniently be divided into four sections. The first outlines the reasons for Isaac Basire's seeking exile in the summer of 1646 and sets his career in its historical perspective. ...
Wanderers, dwellers, exiles : reading Wordsworthian spatial poetics in the poetry of Lord Byron and John Keats (University of St Andrews, 2018-12-07) - ThesisThis thesis is concerned with Wordsworth’s spatial poetics, with the formation and articulation of spatial identities and poetic geographies in his verse, and with the informing influence of those spatial poetics on the ...
(University of St Andrews, 2018-08) - Thesis
‘Now playwrights could be got from the ranks of the working class’: Joe Corrie and the 1951 Edinburgh People’s Festival (University of St Andrews, 2019-04) - Conference paper
(University of St Andrews, 2019-04) - Conference paper