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    • Joyce's Voices : power and polyphony in Ulysses. 

      Esten, Eric. (Wheaton College (Norton, Mass.), 2016)
      This thesis, “Joyce’s Voices: Power and Polyphony in Ulysses” examines James Joyce’s 1922 novel, Ulysses, in its turn of the century Dublin cultural context. Through the analysis of myriad primary resources, the thesis ...
    • Text and context : gender and national identity in Mayy Ziyādah's Fleurs de Rêve 

      LaFortune, Rachel. (Wheaton College (Norton, Mass.), 2013-09-13)
      Mayy Ziyādah has been given limited critical attention as a key figure in the early twentieth-century formation of an Egyptian national identity and in the stirrings of an Eastern women's movement. The author, however, ...