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Number of items: 14.

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Bird, Jennifer R B (2014) Thinking through Time in the Middle English Romances. PhD thesis, University of York.

C

Cawthorne, Sarah (2014) 'Because the Error is Material': Tracing Error in the Works of Thomas Browne and Margaret Cavendish. MA by research thesis, University of York.

Coulombeau, Sophie (2014) ‘The Knot, that ties them fast together’: Personal proper name change and identity formation in English literature, 1779-1800. PhD thesis, University of York.

Cune-van Gelderen, Channa (2014) PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT IN STRUCTURED WRITING GROUPS A longitudinal mixed method study. PhD thesis, University of York.

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Gupta, Rahul (2014) ' "The Tale of the Tribe": The Twentieth-Century Alliterative Revival.'. PhD thesis, University of York.

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Kedwards, Dale (2014) Cartography and Culture in Medieval Iceland. PhD thesis, University of York.

Kennedy, Emma (2014) "Not Barren of Invention": Texts, Context and Intertexts of the London Lord Mayors' Shows, 1614-1619. PhD thesis, University of York.

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Lykou, Paraskevi (2014) Autobiographies: psychoanalysis and the graphic novel. PhD thesis, University of York.

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Perchard, Adam Glyn Kim (2014) "The battle for the Enlightenment": Rushdie, Islam, and the West. PhD thesis, University of York.

Pett, Sarah (2014) Reading and Writing Chronic Illness, 1990-2012: Ethics and Aesthetics at Work. PhD thesis, University of York.

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Robinson, Nicola Anne (2014) Resisting development: land and labour in Israeli, Palestinian and Sri Lankan literature. PhD thesis, University of York.

Rundell, Jack T (2014) The Chaplin Craze: Charlie Chaplin and the Emergence of Mass-Amusement Culture. PhD thesis, University of York.

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Springer, Michael (2014) 'Permanent Parabasis': Beckettian Irony in the Work of Paul Auster, John Banville and J.M. Coetzee. PhD thesis, University of York.

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Wharton, Joanna (2014) ‘Lasting Associations’: The Material Psychology of Anna Letitia Barbauld, Hannah More, and Elizabeth Hamilton. PhD thesis, University of York.

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