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A

Arnold, Keren (2008) A study of ‘Englishness’ in selected travel writings. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Attridge, Michelle (2007) Victims of circumstance: obedient girls and transgressive women in 1860s sensation novels. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

B

Bailey, Hebe (2016) A discussion of the representation of female characters in dystopian fiction. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Baillie, Katie (2007) Exploring taboos in children's literature: do they still exist? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Balfe, Paula (2007) What is the use of the "I" speaker? Exploring the politics of selfhood through the poetry of confession. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Bates, Holly (2007) Screenwriting 40: Private lies: pilot episode. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Bramley, Sophie (2016) Contemporary adaptations of the classic Greek myths: how is the Greek mythological archetype of Medusa presented in contemporary literature. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

C

Cook, Lucy Hannah (2015) It's real for us: how do authors convince intelligent readers that magic, elves and wizards really do exist? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Cubis, Lyndsey (2007) Laughter on the front line: how successfully can comedy conventions be incorporated into war literature? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

D

Davies, Carrie-Ann (2016) Does the young adult label limit readership of young adult literature to young adults? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

E

Edmonds, Susanna (2013) Shifting perspectives: the role of multiculturalism in young adult fiction. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

G

Gibbs, Joseph (2013) The evolution of horror from Lovecraft and Poe to Stephen King and Clive Barker: to what extent have contemporary horror authors been influenced by their predecessors? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Giddings, Bethany (2015) Are the fundamental principles of existentialism more effectively conveyed through literary expression or through philosophical interpretation? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Guy, Belinda (2015) From the millennia old oral tale of Sumerian Kings to the didactic poetic form of the 18th Century, how can epic poetry survive the "intensity and concentration of modern poetry" within the 21st Century? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

H

Halmshaw, Michael (2007) In the right place. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Howells, David (2007) Untitled screenplay. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

J

Jones, Emma (2013) Do literary taboos change with time? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Jones, Sian (2007) The divine unconscious: exploring the origins of inspiration. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

K

Kingsbury, Rebecca (2007) SpEx exercise: hero vs. villain: how successful is a fairy tale told from the villain's perspective? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

L

Lake, Gemma Roxanne (2015) Capturing consciousness: Stephen Dedalus’s development through the experimental forms of modernism, and the relation between language and identity in 'A portrait of the artist as a young man and Ulysses'. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Lodowski, Amy (2012) Videogames and the future of storytelling: a study of the influence narrative techniques have had on the development of story in the history of videogames. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

M

Maher, Alexandra Louise (2013) A discussion of gender and sexual identity in fiction. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Monkcom, Ronni (2013) Does madness accompany brilliance in iconic female writers: with specific focus on Virginia Woolf, Agatha Christie and Sylvia Plath? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

N

Newman, Olivia (2016) How and why do writers still adapt Shakespeare’s plays for contemporary audiences? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

O

O'Riordan, Ella (2015) An exploration of fractured identity: he self and society. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

P

Pilgrim, Carla (2008) To what extent have the structural and thematic boundaries within poetry changed and how has this affected contemporary poetry? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Q

Quattromini, Rob (2013) To what extent has horror fiction for children developed over time, from Grimm to Goosebumps? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

R

Rawsthorne, Ffion (2015) The representation of abuse and neglect in modern children's literature and its significance. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Roome, Susan (2016) A discussion on how identity and the ‘self’ is formed through literature. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

S

Sager, Clare (2007) Gender, poetry and the natural world: a case study special exercise. Is it possible to negotiate a feminised poetic discourse from the masculine landscapes of Ted Hughes and Seamus Heaney? BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Simmons, Shelagh (2016) Women's War of Words: patriotism, pacifism and propaganda in the prose and poetry of the First World War. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Smith, Michael (2015) They play bingo and eat cheeseburgers: the subcultural representation, and postmodern literary rejection, of dirty realism. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Standen, Georgia (2013) The little death of the femme fatale. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

T

Thomas, Emma (2007) Comparison of the portrayal of femininity and duty in three novels from 1740-1872. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

W

Watson, Madeline (2016) Finding Anne Neville: the fact behind the fiction. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

White, Mollie (2015) A discussion of female empowerment in 1980s to contemporary feminist stage plays. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

Williams, Gemma R. (2007) Clarity: in the case of a reality outbreak, swallow two. BA dissertation, University of Portsmouth.

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