Browse DORAS
Browse Theses
Latest Additions
Creative Commons License
Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed for use under a:

Subject: Literature

Number of items at this level: 30.


Duffy, Brian (2015) Male sexuality in John Updike’s Villages. The John Updike Review, 4 (1).

Duffy, Brian (2013) John Updike’s narrative “Secrets”: hidden ekphrasis in “Made in Heaven”. The John Updike Review, 2 (2).

Duffy, Brian (2012) Loss of trust as disconnection in John Updike’s Trust me. E-rea: Revue électronique d?études sur le monde Anglophone. , 9 (2). ISSN 1638-1718

Duffy, Brian (2012) Motifs of loss in 'The Afterlife'. The John Updike Review, 2 (1). pp. 31-49.

Duffy, Brian (2010) Journey to the Desert and Other Motifs in Albert Camus’ “La femme adultère” and Richard Ford’s “Abyss”. Revue de littérature comparée (2). ISSN 0035-1466

Duffy, Brian (2006) The story as cure in Richard Ford's 'Occidentals'. The Mississippi Quarterly: the journal of Southern culture, 59 (1-2). pp. 225-241. ISSN 0026-637X

Duffy, Brian (2001) The patient ant and the foolish grasshopper: John Updike's elaboration on La Fontaine. Symposium: A Quarterly Journal in Modern Literatures, 55 (2). pp. 59-77. ISSN 1931-0676

Duffy, Brian (1998) Beckett's Molloy: As the story was told. Or not. Samuel Beckett Today / Aujord'hui, 7 . pp. 177-193. ISSN 1875-7405

Sheehan, Helena (1992) Gender and Genre [or The end of his story]. Graph (12). pp. 21-25. ISSN 0790-8016

Sheehan, Helena (1991) Writing and the zeitgeist. Irish University Review, 21 (2). pp. 295-306. ISSN 0021-1427

Book Section

Duffy, Brian (2010) Cosmopolitanism and patriotism in Richard Ford’s ‘Occidentals’. In: O'Donovan, Patrick and Rascaroli, Laura, (eds.) The cause of cosmopolitanism. Cultural Identity Studies, 21 . Peter Lang, Oxford, UK, pp. 71-88. ISBN 978-3-0343-0139-8

Duffy, Brian (2009) From a good firm knot to a mess of loose ends: identity and solution in Martin Amis' Night Train. In: Krajenbrink, Marieke and Quinn, Kate M., (eds.) Investigating identities. Questions of identity in contemporary international crime fiction. Rodopi, Amsterdam/New York. ISBN 978-90-420-2529-5

Le Juez, Brigitte (2004) Les autobiographies d'Elizabeth Bowen: la légitimité recomposée. In: L’Autobiographie irlandaise. Voix communes, voix singulières. Presses Universitaires de Caen, Caen, pp. 175-190. ISBN 2-84133-227-6

Duffy, Brian (2003) Banville’s other ghost: Samuel Beckett’s presence in John Banville’s 'Eclipse'. In: Études irlandaises. Universitaires de Rennes, Rennes, France. ISBN 978-2-85939-799-9

Conference or Workshop Item

O'Driscoll, Kieran (2009) Around the world in eighty gays: retranslating Jules Verne from a queer perspective. In: CETRA Research Seminar in Translation Studies 2008, 18-29 August 2008, Leuven, Belgium.


Baz Radwan, Omar (2016) “Ambiguous State of Being”: identity construction in contemporary Arab-American (post-9/11) poetry. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Wallace, Mark (2016) The unspeakable Victorian: Thomas Carlyle, ideology and adaptation. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Doyle, Bevin (2015) Indestructible treasures: art and the ekphrastic encounter in selected novels by John Banville. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Dooley, Laura (2015) Second-level students' perceptions of immigrants investigated in the classroom: an imagological mixed-methods approach. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Cocargeanu, Dana-Mihaela (2015) Children's literature across space and time: the challenges of translating Beatrix Potter’s tales into Romanian. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Shiel, Nina (2015) Upgrading ekphrasis: representations of digital space and virtual worlds in contemporary literature. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Blake, Zara (2014) Invisible people: literary expressions of marginalisation from the Gaeltacht to the ghetto in 20th-century literature. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

McGrath, Dearbhla (2013) Weaving words a diachronic analysis of the representation of gender, sexuality and otherness in women’s (re)writings of La Belle et la Bête. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

O'Reilly Vazquez, Monica (2011) Ritual and myths between Ireland and Galicia. The Irish Milesian myth in the Leabhar Gabhála Éireann: Over the Ninth Wave. Origins, contacts and literary evidence. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.

Martin, Patrick (2004) Characterisation in the novel: an aesthetic of the uncanny. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Manning, Ruth (2004) Concepts of identity in four novels by Maryse Condé. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.

Quinn, Thomas Michael Patrick (2002) Truth and untruth: Louis-Ferdinand Céline's Voyage au bout de la nuit and the memory of the Great War 1914-1918. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Keegan, Denis (2000) Comic book fans: productivity, participation and creativity. Master of Arts thesis, Dublin City University.

Donnelly, Kathleen V (1997) "Such friends": effects of extensive cluster group interaction on the development of creative writers. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Barone, Angela R (1990) The oak tree and the olive tree - the true dream of Eva Gore-Booth. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

This list was generated on Wed May 25 01:08:45 2016 IST.