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Jan 11, 2010"A spring of love gushed from my heart, And I blessed them unaware." The Ancient Mariner´s Acceptance of the AbsurdKnezevic, Julia Elisabeth, 1977-
May 28, 2010"All I Want Is Everything." Alice Munro's Lives of Girls and Women and Margaret Laurence's The DivinersŁozińska, Martyna, 1984-
May 9, 2012"Bell-Shaped Flowers and Butterflies." Metaphor and Metafiction in Tim O'Brien's Vietnam War Stories The Things They CarriedSjöfn Holmsted Sigurðardóttir 1970
Jan 16, 2015"Blood and Piss, the Great British Cocktail." A Literary and Sociological Exploration of Football Hooliganism in the 1980s in John King's Novel The Football Factory and Bill Buford's Investigative Journalism in Among the ThugsAndri P. Guðmundsson 1991
May 9, 2012"Brutal only from a distance." War, sports and the limits of language in Don DeLillo's End ZoneIngibjörg Karlsdóttir 1971
Jan 20, 2011"Changing Ground." Travel writing about Iceland over a fifty year intervalRósa María Sigurðardóttir 1966
May 10, 2016"Cult of the Apron." Gender Representation in Children’s LiteratureGuðrún Drífa Egilsdóttir 1988
May 5, 2015"Disorderly Order": The Grotesque and the Gothic as Forms of Caledonian Antisyzygy in James Hogg's The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner and Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde.Júlíus Árnason 1984
Sep 9, 2010"For better or worse, I am Canadian." Demand for Ethnic Recognition in Green Grass, Running Water by Thomas King and Obasan by Joy KogawaRakel Sigurðardóttir 1970
Jan 20, 2017"Frightening" Women's Road to Success in Caryl Churchill's Top GirlsFanney Benjamínsdóttir 1990
Jan 11, 2010"I am not as good a girl as I ought to be." Fallen Women in Charles Dickens' David Copperfield and Oliver TwistUnnur Kjartansdóttir 1984
May 9, 2012"I don’t know nothink." Double standards and dual narration in Charles Dickens’ Bleak HouseKolbrún Ingimarsdóttir 1966
May 8, 2012"I shall assume that only binary branching is permitted." The Development of Binary-branching Theory in English Syntax in Relation to Double Complement StructuresPétur Már Sigurjónsson 1989
May 10, 2011"I'm not in the mood for a party tonight." The Orwellian Roots of the PinteresqueMagnús Teitsson 1972
May 19, 2009"It really won't do you know." Pros and Cons of the Creation and Success of C. S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the WardrobeEva Dögg Sveinsdóttir 1981
May 8, 2012"Little Women" in a Man's World: Louisa May Alcott's Life Reflected in Her WorkÓlafsson, Mary Catherine, 1985-
Jan 20, 2014"More Human than Human." Race, Culture, and Identity in CyberpunkAlexandra Mjöll Young 1990
Jan 18, 2011"Pip in the Pacific." Different Views on Fiction in Lloyd Jones's Mister PipKatrín Vilborgardóttir Gunnarsdóttir 1987
May 10, 2013"Please read me a story!" The importance of picture booksHarpa Hjartardóttir 1972
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
Sep 10, 2015"They Treat Objects Like Women, Man." The Representation and Examination of Feminist Attitudes in the Films of the Coen BrothersGuðrún Halla Jóhannsdóttir 1990
May 8, 2010"This is The End." Realism, Myth and Propaganda in the Vietnam War films Apocalypse Now, Platoon and The Green BeretsDaði Óskarsson 1981
May 9, 2011"To Hide a Guilty Heart Through Life." Consequences of Matriarchy in Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter and Kate Chopin's The AwakeningBryndís Jóna Rúnarsdóttir 1980
May 8, 2014"Who watches the watchmen?" Power Relationships in the Discworld Watch SeriesElísabet Jónsdóttir 1991
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