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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 155
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2020Coping with diabetes in the workplace : client and management perspectivesPortelli, Rachel (2020)
2020Essential connections? : virtual social networks in everyday lifeMallia Pawley, Ann Marie (2020).
2020An analysis of the role of humanism in Simone de Beauvoir’s ' ‘The second sex’Cuschieri, Felicity (2020)
2020Applications of blockchain technology and the implied notion of trustGalea, Michaela (2020)
2020A critical comparison between the works of Simone de Beauvoir and Judith ButlerGalea, Emily (2020)
2020Restless hearts : a thomistic analysis of Jung’s theory of individuationDebono, Mariana (2020)
2020The fear of death : between Plato and HeideggerCasha, Brenda (2020)
2020The fate of the nation-state in the information ageBuhagiar, Giuseppe Andrea (2020)
2020An analysis of Nietzsche's concept of nihilismAbdilla, Manuel (2020)
2020Imitation, quotation and inventiveness in the oeuvre of Stefano Erardi (1630-1716)Casha, Samuel John (2020)
2020The female voice and the absent mother : a study of selected works by Mary Wollstonecraft and Mary ShelleyGalea, Katya (2020)
2020Ways of escape in fantasy novels : a comparative study of C. S. Lewis’s ‘The lion, the witch and the wardrobe’ (1950) and Mary Hoffman’s ‘City of masks’ (2002)Fenech, Rachel (2020)
2020L-alterità fis-sensibilità lirika ta’ Immanuel MifsudAgius, Beverly (2020)
2020Mapping the collective unconscious through myth and symbol in Neil Gaiman’s ‘The Sandman’Zammit, Melanie (2020)
2020The Promethean myth in romantic literature with particular reference to Byron and ShelleySpiteri Bailey, Katrina (2020)
2020Analysing the prominence of Maltese and English in bilingual Malta’s Northern and Southern linguistic landscapeSchembri, Amy (2020)
2020Zadie Smith and the gradual progression of alienation, neoliberalism and nationalism in BritainSammut, Philippa (2020)
2020Fighting the misogyny in myth : a feminist reading of James Joyce’s and Margaret Atwood’s adaptations of the Penelope mythSacco, Casey (2020)
2020Transgression in Mary Shelley’s ‘Frankenstein; or, the modern Prometheus’ and Oscar Wilde’s ‘The picture of Dorian Gray’Rizzo, Alison (2020)
2020‘We are all animals’ : posthumanism in Jonathan Swift’s ‘Gulliver’s travels’ and Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’ and ‘Through the looking-glass’Portelli, Beatrice (2020)
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 20 of 155

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