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May 10, 2010"...A Certain Step Towards Falling in Love." Jane Austen’s Use of Dancing in Sense and Sensibility, Pride and Prejudice and Emma Hildur Friðriksdóttir 1985
May 3, 2012Avoiding the Banana Hole. Psychoanalytic Reading of the Character of Seymour Glass in J.D. Salinger’s Shorter Fiction Daði Guðjónsson 1981
May 9, 2012"Bell-Shaped Flowers and Butterflies." Metaphor and Metafiction in Tim O'Brien's Vietnam War Stories The Things They Carried Sjöfn Holmsted Sigurðardóttir 1970
May 9, 2012"Brutal only from a distance." War, sports and the limits of language in Don DeLillo's End Zone Ingibjörg Karlsdóttir 1971
Feb 4, 2009Casting a Long Shadow. A Study of Masculinity and Hard Men in Twentieth-Century Scottish Fiction Jóhann Axel Andersen 1979
May 13, 2014Coaching and Corruption Arnar Þór Jónsson 1982
May 12, 2014Garden of Eden, Garden of Hell? The Many Uses of the Symbolic Garden in Malcolm Lowry’s Under the Volcano Marissa Sigrún Pinal 1988
May 10, 2012Greater Fairness in British Elections. The Liberal Democrats and Proportional Representation Kristinn H. Gunnarsson 1952
Jan 11, 2010"I am not as good a girl as I ought to be." Fallen Women in Charles Dickens' David Copperfield and Oliver Twist Unnur Kjartansdóttir 1984
May 9, 2012"I don’t know nothink." Double standards and dual narration in Charles Dickens’ Bleak House Kolbrún Ingimarsdóttir 1966
Oct 16, 2009In black and white. A study of the portrayal of racism in the book, film, and the television versions of H.G. Bissingers´s Friday Night Lights Heimir Berg Vilhjálmsson 1982
Jan 20, 2012Jonathan Swift and the Politics of Gulliver's Travels Elmar Freyr Kristþórsson 1984
May 6, 2010Maus. Graphic Art and History Anna Sigrún Jónsdóttir 1984
May 7, 2012Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who Is the Fairest of Them All? The Importance of Public Opinion in Thomas Hardy’s Far from the Madding Crowd. Irma Hrönn Martinsdóttir 1988
May 10, 2013Ruined Lives and Urban Ruins. How Jacob Riis exposed the brutal life of immigrants in New York City’s largest slum, Lower East Side. Henný Gylfadóttir 1977
May 10, 2013Shooting the President: A Critical Study of the Films JFK and Death of a President Pétur Sæmundsen 1987
May 10, 2011The Fabric of her Fiction: Virginia Woolf´s Development of Literary Motifs based on Clothing and Fashion in Mrs Dalloway, To the Lighthouse and Orlando: A Biography Ásta Andrésdóttir 1976
Sep 9, 2014The Figure in the Window: A study of the Mother-Daughter relationship in Virginia Woolf's To the Lighthouse Arndís Dögg Arnardóttir 1973
Jan 21, 2013“The Great Spirit is our Father, but the Earth is our Mother.” Learning from Native American Approaches to a Sense of Place and Sustainability Davíð Þór Guðmundsson 1980
Jun 4, 2009The Madness of Sanity. A Study of Kurt Vonnegut's Mother Night Einar Steinn Valgarðsson 1984
Jan 23, 2013The Procrustean Bed. A Critical Study of Philip Young’s Edition of Ernest Hemingway’s Nick Adams Stories Ágústa Rúnarsdóttir 1976
May 8, 2010"This is The End." Realism, Myth and Propaganda in the Vietnam War films Apocalypse Now, Platoon and The Green Berets Daði Óskarsson 1981
May 5, 2010“Tomorrow is Another Day.” The Depiction of Women and Slavery in Margaret Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind and Robert Hicks’ The Widow of the South. Ólöf Hildur Egilsdóttir 1961
May 5, 2014Writing for Money: The Muse and the Market in the English Newspaper Novel from the Nineteenth to Twenty-First Centuries Asch, Mark, 1984-