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Fiction of the New Statesman, 1913-1939 / Bashir Abu-Manneh.

Bashir Abu-Manneh

Oxford : University of Oxford, 2002.

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Audience, playhouse and play in Restoration theatre, 1660-1710.

A.R Botica

University of Oxford, 1985.

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The children's progress : late-nineteenth-century children's culture, the Stephen juvenilia, and Virginia Woolf's argument with her past.

Alix Bunyan

University of Oxford, 2001.

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Making sects : women as reformers, writers, and subjects in early Reformation England, 1534-1590 / Kimberly Anne Coles.

Kimberly Anne Coles

Oxford : University of Oxford, 2002.

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Archetypes and antitypes : the valency of five figures in the culture and literature of the 1790s.

Damian Walford Davies

University of Oxford, 2000.

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The influences of public school literature and culture on nineteenth and early twentieth century concepts of adolescence.

Jenny Holt

University of Oxford, 2000.

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#Männliches, Allzumännliches' : images of the masculine in German and Austrian novels of the Weimar Republic 1919-1933.

Roger Kingerlee

University of Oxford, 1997.

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History, politics and women : a contextual analysis of the writings of William Hale White ('Mark Rutherford').

Sally Ledger

University of Oxford, 1990.

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'Beståndiger Trost Wider die schrecklichen Hiobs=Posten' : German Lutheran occasional verse for bereaved parents in the seventeenth century / Anna Linton.

Anna Linton

Oxford : University of Oxford, 2002.

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The representation of women in John Gower's Confessio Amantis.

Isabelle Veronika Mast

University of Oxford, 1997.

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