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20-Jun-2017Title redactedPlain, Gill; University ofSt Andrews. 600th Anniversary Scholarship
2015Arthur and the Scots : narratives, nations, and sovereignty in the later Middle AgesPurdie, Rhiannon; Stevenson, Katie
27-Oct-2015Postcolonial singularity and a world literature yet-to-comeUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
2001Liminality as identity in four novels by Ben Okri and Tahar ben JellounMilne, Lorma; Herbert, Michael; Committee of Vice-Chancellors and Principals of the Universities of the United Kingdom; University of St Andrews; University of St Andrews. School of English; University of St Andrews. School of Modern Languages
Aug-2016David Mitchell : Slade HouseUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
2016'Game' in The Tale of GamelynUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
1997The duality of God, humanity and religion in William Golding's 'Darkness Visible' and John Steinbeck's 'East of Eden'Herbert, Michael
1994Metaphoric landscape in the novels of Virginia Woolf and Margaret AtwoodMallett, Phillip
2016Between courtesy and constancy: The Faerie Queene, books VI and VIIUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
2015Recent studies in the nineteenth centuryUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
2015A rebellious past : history, theatre and the England riotsUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
Apr-2016Evidence for the continued use of medieval medical prescriptions in the sixteenth century : a fifteenth-century remedy book and its later ownerUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
Aug-2014Before the Colditz myth : telling POW stories in postwar British cinemaUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
23-Jun-2016Keats, myth, and the science of sympathyUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
2017Mann and gender in old English prose : a pilot studyUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
2016Coming home again : Johannes Hofer, Edmund Spenser, and premodern nostalgiaUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
5-Dec-2014History will eat itself: Rory Mullarkey's "Cannibals" and the terrors of end-narrativesUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
30-May-2016Beyond the grand tour: unearthly ItalyUniversity of St Andrews. School of English
1997The life and work of Willa Muir, 1890-1955MacLachln, Christopher; Crawford, Robert
7-Sep-2015Hardy's creatures : encountering animals in Thomas Hardy's novelsMallett, Phillip; James Macpherson