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    • Yeats's manuscripts and authorial intention. 

      Meihuizen, Nicholas (Taylor & Francis, 2014)
      The undermining of authorial intention through intertextuality and its consequent implications can sometimes lead to false assumptions about, not simply the meaning of texts, but the strategies used by authors in conveying ...
    • Yeats, Vendler, and Byzantium 

      Meihuizen, Nicholas (Edinburgh University Press, 2014)
      Helen Vendler, in her magisterial Our Secret Discipline: Yeats and Lyric Form (2007), provides us with the tools with which to register the traditional formal elements of poetry, and she does so for the most part with her ...
    • Yeats’s manuscripts and authorial intention. 

      Meihuizen, Nicholas (Taylor & Francis, 2014)
      The undermining of authorial intention through intertextuality and its consequent implications can sometimes lead to false assumptions about, not simply the meaning of texts, but the strategies used by authors in conveying ...
    • Yes/No/Maybe: A boolean attempt at feedback 

      12130478 - Louw, Henk; 10095519 - Van Rooy, Albertus Jacobus (Africa Journals Online, 2010)
    • Young children and spirituality: understanding children's connectedness in a group music class 

      Nortjé, Elsabe; Van Der Merwe, Liesl (Taylor & Francis, 2016)
      In a fast-paced materialistic world, it is important to create opportunities for spirituality in early childhood music education, a developmental element often neglected in the scholarly literature. The purpose of the ...