• Beyond sexual satisfaction : pleasure and autonomy in women’s inter-war novels in England and Ireland 

    Bacon, Catherine M. (2011-05)
    My dissertation offers a new look at how women authors used popular genres to negotiate their economic, artistic, and sexual autonomy, as well as their national and imperial identities, in the context of the changes brought ...
  • Narrative salvage 

    Shapland, Jennifer Ann; 0000-0002-6084-8519 (2016-05-18)
    Narrative Salvage brings together contemporary writing and film of what I call wastescapes: places made expendable—wasted—under late capitalism. In hybrid works of the 2000s by Bonnie Jo Campbell, Agnes Varda, Natasha ...
  • Travel literature reconsidered : mobility and subjectivity in Passenger to Teheran 

    Hyslop, Brianna Elizabeth (2011-05)
    The critical attention that has been given to Vita Sackville-West’s travel literature has primarily focused on the relationships between these texts and the novels of Virginia Woolf on account of the intimate relationship ...