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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 40
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2019Living with literature : cognitive deixis in Dickens’ universe of individualityGauci Borda, Victor
2019Elements of existentialism in the works of Sylvia Plath and Margaret AtwoodFarrugia, Karyn
2019Virgins in distress and demons in disguise : a study of gendered Gothic in Shelley and LewisFarrugia, Jessica Marie
2019Failure of the American dream in Fitzgerald’s 'The Great Gatsby' and 'Tender is the Night'Farrugia, Elaine
2019Ambivalent tragic figures in Shakespeare : asserting and questioning selfhood in 'Richard II', 'Coriolanus' and 'Othello'Distefano, Amy
2019Mythic vision, redress and truth : an understanding of Ted Hughes’s animal poemsDemicoli, Michaela
2019The emergence of a Caribbean identity in Maryse Condé’s ‘Tree of life’ and Andrea Levy’s ‘Fruit of the lemon’Cordova, Clara
2019Filling in the gaps : giving secondary female characters a feminist voiceCaruana, Mireille Charmaine
2019The Byronic hero origins and developments of the hero-type in Lord Byron’s travelogue, tales and tragedyCaruana, Gabriel
2019The Bildungsroman then and now : revisitations of a narrative formCamilleri, Helena
2019Girls and science in contemporary children’s literatureCalleja Portelli, Sandy
2019The cultural relevance of nursery rhymes in contemporary children's literatureBugeja, Cherise
2019The waste land : a cacophonic polyphony of classical and modern voicesBorg, Bettina
2019Threshold heroines : an analysis on the liminality of the female in the novels of Frances BurneyBorg, Benedicta
2019The portrayal of the figure of the genius through contemporary media, with special reference to HamiltonBonello, Luana Marie
2019Phonological foregrounding in Robert Graves’s war poems : a stylistics analysesBianco, Kathryn
2019Navigating wonderland : a narratological analysis of storyworlds across mediaAzzopardi, Karl
2019The shell game : the construction of gender through language in dystopian literature : with reference to the novels ‘The Handmaid’s tale’ by Margaret Atwood and ‘The power’ by Naomi AldermanAxisa, Melanie
2019An apologia for Plath : understanding Sylvia Plath’s psyche through a psychological and philosophical lensAttard, Ylenia
2019Poetry and perspective in Kate Tempest’s 'Brand new ancients' and 'Let them eat chaos'Aquilina, Jake
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 40

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