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    • T.S. Eliot among the Metaphysicals 

      Gray, Will (University of St Andrews, 2011) - Thesis
      Eliot’s admiration for the poetry of the seventeenth century is well known. However, the several documents that explore the subject (thinly scattered across decades) fail to constitute a full account. Drawing on manuscript ...
    • T.S. Eliot and the Church of England 

      Jarvis, Sarah Margaret Janet (University of St Andrews, 1992-07) - Thesis
      After his conversion to the Church of England in 1927, Eliot's sense of obligation towards the Church and its concerns was paramount in his life and work. His association with Anglicanism has been discussed by such ...
    • '[T]he language of self' : strategies of subjectivity in the novels of Don DeLillo 

      Pass, Phillip (University of St Andrews, 2011) - Thesis
      ‘[T]he language of self’: Strategies of Subjectivity in the Novels of Don DeLillo’ explores the manner in which both self and society are constructed in the writer’s longer fiction. Divided into two sections, the first, ...
    • Text and sub-text in T.S. Eliot : a general study of his practice with special reference to the origins and development through successive drafts of 'The confidential clerk' 

      Barr, A. F. M. Abdul (University of St Andrews, 1985-07) - Thesis
      This thesis explores Eliot's allusive method, that is his use of Judaeo-Christianity with its analogues (and sometimes sources) in pre-Biblical primitive myths and legends. The first chapters study The Confidential Clerk ...
    • The textbook 

      Chalmers, Robert (University of St Andrews, 2017-04-06) - Thesis
      For my thesis, entitled The Textbook, I have submitted the first 40,000 words of my prospective novel of the same name. The Textbook is semi-dystopian, allegory in which the protagonist is disturbed by his belief in the ...
    • The textuality of friendship : homosocial hermeneutic exchanges in early modern English drama 

      Mentzer, Julianne (University of St Andrews, 2018-12-07) - Thesis
      My thesis argues that textually embedded intimacy and exclusivity between men opens up ethical problems concerning the use of education and persuasive powers—the ability to reconfigure vice as virtue, to argue a case for ...
    • The actor as dramatist : a study of the plays of John Osborne 

      Smith, David (1985-07)
      This thesis examines John Osborne's work in the light of his experiences in the theatre prior to his rise to fame as a dramatist and also as a working actor during the greater part of his career as a dramatist. The thesis ...
    • Theatre and anti-theatre in the plays of Harold Pinter 

      Ayoubi, Hassan (University of St Andrews, 1985-07) - Thesis
      This is an analytical study of Harold Pinter's drama in the light of its reconciliation of elements culled from the symbolic anti-theatre movements that have flourished on the continent (especially in France) and elements ...
    • The theatrical portrait in eighteenth century London 

      West, Shearer (University of St Andrews, 1986) - Thesis
      A theatrical portrait is an image of an actor or actors in character. This genre was widespread in eighteenth century London and was practised by a large number of painters and engravers of all levels of ability. The ...
    • Theory and applications of a bottom-up syntax-directed translator 

      Abramson, Hravey David (University of St Andrews, 1970-07) - Thesis
    • 'This may be my war after all' : the non-combatant poetry of W.H. Auden, Louis MacNeice, Dylan Thomas, and Stevie Smith 

      Lynch, Éadaoín (University of St Andrews, 2018-06-26) - Thesis
      This research aims to illuminate how and why war challenges the limits of poetic representation, through an analysis of non-combatant poetry of the Second World War. It is motivated by the question: how can one portray, ...
    • Thomas Hardy : folklore and resistance 

      Dillion, Jacqueline M. (University of St Andrews, 2014-06-24) - Thesis
      This thesis examines a range of folkloric customs and beliefs that play a pivotal role in Hardy’s fiction: overlooking, sympathetic magic, hag-riding, tree ‘totemism’, skimmington-riding, bonfire nights, mumming, May Day ...
    • Thomas Hardy and the meaning of freedom 

      Badawi, Muhamad (University of St Andrews, 1985) - Thesis
      This is a study of the meaning of freedom in Thomas Hardy's fiction. The first section of the thesis is concerned with the influences in Hardy's thought and view of man and man's position in the universe. ...
    • Three faces of Saul : an intertextual approach to Biblical tragedy 

      Nicholson, Sarah L. (University of St Andrews, 1998-09) - Thesis
      The biblical story of Saul in 1 Samuel contains evidence of a tragic vision which has two central features. First, tragic themes are introduced and developed by means of multiple repetitions or typescenes in which the ...
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      Flynn, Caitlyn (University of St Andrews, 2016) - Thesis
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      Laitila, Johanna (University of St Andrews, 2017-06-20) - Thesis
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      Nazeer, Aisha (University of St Andrews, 2018-12-07) - Thesis
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      Merritt, Amanda (University of St Andrews, 2017-03-20) - Thesis
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      Hazrat, Florence (University of St Andrews, 2017-04-04) - Thesis
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      Owens, Mhairi (University of St Andrews, 2018-08) - Thesis