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Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences · Te Wāhanga Aronui

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Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences · Te Wāhanga Aronui

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  • Beautrais, Airini Jane (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    The PhD in creative writing comprises a critical and a creative component. This thesis explores how poets utilise verse form in order to support and/or undermine narrativity in long poems or poem sequences, and asks the ...
  • Voyce, Thomas (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    Environmental sound composition, a term I employ to describe all forms of electroacoustic works in which the core materials are abstracted from real environments through technology, has been practiced in a variety of forms ...
  • Taylor, Greg (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    This thesis examines two sections of William Wordsworth’s autobiographical poem, The Prelude: Book 3, “Residence at Cambridge,” and Book 7, “Residence in London.” Books 3 and 7 are often read as interruptions in the poem’s ...
  • Parry, Hannah (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    Despite their apparent dissimilarity, children's literature and the epic tradition are often intertwined. This is seen perhaps most clearly in the frequent retelling and repackaging of epics such as Beowulf and the Odyssey ...
  • Chua, Deborah Fengyi (Victoria University of Wellington, 2016)
    There are two main ways of expressing the comparative in English adjectives. One is to precede the adjectival base with more and the other is to suffix -er to the base. For the group of adjectives ending in an orthographic ...

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