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Feb 6, 2010A fictional narrative of Real-life Paris: Lily´s Tale Júlíana Björnsdóttir 1980
Jan 11, 2010"A spring of love gushed from my heart, And I blessed them unaware." The Ancient Mariner´s Acceptance of the Absurd Knezevic, Julia Elisabeth, 1977-
Jan 16, 2012Bækur til að breyta heiminum. Einkenni afstöðubókmennta í skáldsögunni Sunset Park Kristján Skúli Skúlason 1988
Oct 20, 2008Charles Dickens’ Oliver Twist. A Thief or a Victim? Didelyté, Dovilé 1979
May 3, 2010Forever Young: Chaucer‘s Wife of Bath and Her Fear of Losing Her Outer Beauty Hildur Seljan Indriðadóttir 1986
Oct 7, 2008From Book to Movie. What is Lost in the "Disneyfication” of Winnie-the-Pooh? Fríða Gylfadóttir 1982
Jan 18, 2012Gender attitudes in Harry Potter. A study of the portrayal of gender in the Harry Potter franchise, and its effect as an agent of socialization Hugrún Ósk Óskarsdóttir 1984
Sep 10, 2012Harry Potter og Biblían. Kristilegar hugmyndir í Harry Potter bókunum Ísabella Ruth Borgþórsdóttir 1982
Jan 20, 2012Heaven and Hell: A Human Creation. Emily Brontë's vision of an earthly heaven and hell in Wuthering Heights with a Miltonic comparison. Katrín Júlía Pálmadóttir 1983
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
Oct 10, 2008Jane Austen’s Persuasion: Major and minor characters Ragnhildur Nielsen 1975
Sep 10, 2012On the Threshold: Liminality in Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights Fanney Sigurðardóttir 1985
May 4, 2016Role Models for the Future: Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre and George Eliot’s Maggie Tulliver as Feminist Heroines Anna Dögg Gylfadóttir 1990
Apr 28, 2009Shakespeare’s heroines: An examination of how Shakespeare created and adapted specific heroines from his sources Lilja Dögg Schram Magnúsdóttir 1981
May 7, 2010“She has no will but his.” Equality and the “Woman Question” in The Tenant of Wildfell Hall by Anne Brontë and Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë Hrafnhildur Haldorsen 1985
Sep 11, 2015The Battle of Good and Evil in The Picture of Dorian Gray Svanhvít Helga Magnúsdóttir 1992
Apr 29, 2010The Gentle Touch of Ruin: The Influence of Women in Malory's Le Morte Darthur Unnur Heiða Harðardóttir 1986
Sep 6, 2012The Maiden, The Mother and the Other One. The Satirical Use of Stereotypes within Terry Pratchett‘s Witches Series Lovísa Gylfadóttir 1982
May 3, 2016The Spark that Changes Colour. Identity, Crisis and Rebirth in Zoë Strachan’s Negative Space and Jackie Kay’s “Physics and Chemistry” Anna Þorbjörg Reynisdóttir 1980
Jan 17, 2012‘To walk alone in London is the greatest rest.’ Female flânerie in Mrs. Dalloway Saga Kjartansdóttir 1985
Jan 20, 2012Variety of Death Scenes in Dickens. In books and on screen Aðalbjörg Halldórsdóttir 1988