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May 10, 2016"Some are Made to Scheme, and Some to Love." William Makepeace Thackeray's Presentation of Women in his Novel Vanity FairThelma Rut Elíasdóttir 1990
May 10, 2011"You lovely whore." The Portrayal of Women in Harold Pinter’s Plays Night School, The Lover and The HomecomingGuðrún Baldvina Sævarsdóttir 1980
May 3, 2016(Re-)Making Meanings: Digesting the Beasts of Battle in Old English and Old Norse PoetryHoffman, Nicholas Louis, 1992-
May 9, 2016George Boleyn, the Villainous Victim: Portrayals in Twenty-First Century Historical FictionKatrin Þóra Jonsson 1988
Apr 25, 2012John Gower, Richard II and Henry IV: A Poet and his Kings. A socio-historical study of John Gower's poetry and late fourteenth-century English politicsGrétar Rúnar Skúlason 1960
May 12, 2014J. R. R. Tolkien. A Marxist ReadingStefán Gestur Stefánsson 1982
May 4, 2016Kay Okay? A comparative analysis of two key characters in Middle Welsh and Old Norse heroic, chivalric and historiographic literatureMcDonald, Roderick, 1961-
May 4, 2011The Theme of Facts and Fancy in Hard Times by Charles DickensAnna Margrjet Thoroddsen 1935
May 5, 2014Writing for Money: The Muse and the Market in the English Newspaper Novel from the Nineteenth to Twenty-First CenturiesAsch, Mark, 1984-
May 13, 2011“If he be Mr Hyde...I shall be Mr Seek.” Robert Louis Stevenson’s Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde and its place within crime fictionFríða Kristinsdóttir 1974