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    • Bride of Amazement : a Buddhist perspective on Mary Oliver's poetry 

      Ullyatt, Gisela (North-West University, 2013)
      The thesis undertakes a Buddhist reading of Mary Oliver’s oeuvre. It seeks to fill a palpable lacuna in extant criticism of her work, which tends to adopt Romantic, Feminist, Ecocritical, and Christian viewpoints. Thus ...
    • Coleridge: the Gothic as a means to instruction 

      Vermeulen, J. (North-West University, 2018)
      This study has as its subject how Samuel Taylor Coleridge utilises the Gothic as a means of instruction in “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” and “Christabel”. That is, it aims to identify a coherent instructional purpose ...
    • W.B. Yeats's aesthetic philosophy in his earlier works 

      Du Toit, Marika Bella (2015)
      This dissertation investigates the development of W.B. Yeats’s aesthetic philosophy during his earlier career (1883 to 1907), particularly as it is presented in his prose writing and certain dramatic works of the period. ...