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Manuscripts, Dissertations, and Theses Partially about Bowen

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  • Avery, Lisa Katherine. Vulnerable London: Narratives of Space and Affect in a Twentieth-Century Imperial Capital. Diss. U of Texas, Austin, 2007.
     
  • Barreca, Regina R. Hate and Humor in Women's Writing: A Discussion of Twentieth-Century Authors. Diss. City University of New York, 1987. 653A.
     
  • Breedon, Shobana. From the Encoded to the Explicit in the 20th Century Irish Romance: A Study of Elizabeth Bowen’s The Last September and Edna O’Brien’s The Country Girl’s Trilogy. Diss. , 2008.
     
  • Brown, Erin McBride. “Daughters of the Big House: Women Writing and the Woman Written in the Big House Novels of Elizabeth Bowen, Molly Keane, and Jennifer Johnston.” MA Thesis, University of Vermont, 1999.
     
  • Chessman, Harriet Scott. Talk and Silence in the Novels of Virginia Woolf, Elizabeth Bowen, and Ivy Compton-Burnett. Diss. Yale University, 1979. 5872A.
     
  • Cowan, Susanna Martin. History's Fiction: British Women Realists of the Twentieth Century. Diss. University of Utah, 2001. 48393635.
     
  • Cramp, A. Prose Fiction in the 1930's: A Study of Elizabeth Bowen, Rex Warner and Patrick Hamilton. Diss. Loughborough University of Technology, 1984. 19611596.
     
  • Davenport, Gary T. Four Irish Writers in Time of Civil War: Liam O’Flaherty, Frank O’Connor, Sean O’Faolain, and Elizabeth Bowen. Diss. University of South Carolina, 1972. 32: 5780A – 81A.
     
  • Davitt, Kathleen Mary. “The First Death: A Study of the Theme of Ruined Innocence in Novels by Elizabeth Bowen, François Mauriac, and Alberto Moravia. AM Thesis, Indiana University, 1967.
     
  • Doyle, Damian. A Bio-Critical Study of Rosamond Jacob and her Contemporaries. Diss. University of Colorado, 2000. 45501201.
     
  • Farrell, Marcia Kathleen. Sympathy and Ambivalence: Identity Politics in Early Twentieth-Century Anti-imperial Novels. Diss. University of Tulsa, 2005.
     
  • Green, Jeanette Evelyn. Literary Revisions of Traditional Folktales: Bowen, Carter, Hong Kingston, Morrison, Oates, Sexton, Welty, Capote. Diss. University of Texas at Austin, 1989. 22885209.
     
  • Hall, Bonnie Heather. The Lure of the “Extra Dimension”: Memory, Fantasy and Irony in the Short Fiction of Virginia Woolf, Elizabeth Bowen, and Mary Lavin. Diss. Queen's Univerisity,1993.
     
  • Kent, Kevin A. A Question of Tradition: Elizabeth Bowen, Mary Lavin and Brian MacMahon—a Midcentury Generation of Irish Short Fiction. Diss. Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, 1998. 41336166.
     
  • Klein, Estelle. “Identity and Role in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.” MA Thesis, Columbia University, 1963.
     
  • Lamy-Vialle, Elisabeth. L'objet dans la literature britannique de l'entre deux guerres: Virginia Woolf, Katherine Mansfield et Elizabeth Bowen. Diss. University of Paris, 1995. 64645628.
     
  • Lyon, Roberta Wilhelm. “Ideas of Class in the Novels of Virginia Woolf, Elizabeth Bowen, and E. M. Forster.” MA Thesis, Columbia University, 1947.
     
  • Mallonee, Sarah Margaret. The Double-Voiced Narratives of Maria Edgeworth, Somerville and Ross, and Elizabeth Bowen. Diss. University of Florida, 2009.
     
  • Moffitt, Anne Fay Hirsch. Reviving the Rural: The Modernist Poetics of the 20th century Rural Novel. Diss. Princeton U, 2011.
  • Moon, Heath. Henry James and the English Cult of Nostalgia: The Past Recaptured in the Fiction and Autobiography of Elizabeth Bowen, Sir Osbert Sitwell and L. P. Hartley. Diss. University of California, Santa Barbara, 1979. 6122A-23A.
     
  • Moran, Patrick Wynn. A World of Objects: Materiality and Aesthetics in Joyce, Bowen, and Beckett. Diss. Boston College, 2009.
     
  • Mukherjee, Paromita. The Uncanny Moments: Phantasm, Gender, and Identity in the Works of Elizabeth Bowen and Muriel Spark. Diss. University of Florida, 2009.
     
  • Offutt, John Corydon. A Sadder Story Yet: Upheaval, Dissolution, and Neglect in Selected Works of Five Modern British Novelists. Diss. George Peabody College for Teachers, 1972. 53452083.
     
  • Panaro, Lydia Adriana. Desperate Women: Murderers and Suicides in Nine Modern Novels. Diss. New York University, 1982. 3150A-3151A.
  • Pearson, Nels Christian. Fictions of Exile: The Irish Expatriate in Europe and the Postcolonial Dimensions of Modernism, 1914– 1960. Diss. University of Maryland, College Park, 2001. 50915946.
     
  • Pierce, Joanna Tapp. Placing Modernism: The Fictional Ecologies of Virginia Woolf, Winfred Holtby, and Elizabeth Bowen. Diss. University of South Carolina, 2001. 45045651.
     
  • Rau, Petra-Utta. Moving Dangerously: Desire and Narrative Structure in the Fiction of Elizabeth Bowen, Rosamund Lehmann and Sylvia Townsend Warner. Diss. University of East Anglia, 2000.
     
  • Richardi, Janis Marie. The Modern British Bildungsroman and the Woman Novelist: Dorothy Richardson, May Sinclair, Rosamond Lehmann, Elizabeth Bowen, and Doris Lessing. Diss. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1982. 3612A-3613A.
     
  • Roddy, Sonora Hudson. “Point of View: The Snopes Trilogy. Development of Ambiguity in The House in Paris.” MA Thesis. University of Texas at Austin, 1971.
     
  • Rumbarger, Leona. We Moderns: Women Modernists’ Writing on War and Home. Diss. U of Texas, Austin, 2006. 4539.
     
  • Shiffer, Celia. “Writing the Body”: Women and Language in Novels of Elizabeth Bowen and Jeanette Winterson. Diss. Lehigh University, 2002. 56822195.
     
  • Stelmach, Kathryn Allene Marie. Minor Literature Comes of Age: Transatlantic Rites of Passage in the Irish Revival and the Southern Renaissance. Diss. University of California, Los Angeles, 2005. 69865847.
     
  • Stevens, Catherine D. “An Enfolded Present: Aging and Mourning in the Fiction of Bellow, Welty, Bowen, and Sarton.” MA Thesis: Southwest Texas State University, 1998.
     
  • Sullivan, Rita Marie. The Four Corners of Fiction: Adolescent Sensibility in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen and Rosamond Lehmann. Diss. Brown University, 1986. AAT 8519914.
     
  • Teekell, Anna. Irish Literature of the Second World War: The Stylistics of Neutrality. Diss. Washington U, 2011.
     
  • Venturino, Fabienne Mireille. Aliénation et violence dans l'oeuvre d'Elizabeth Bowen et de Marguerite Duras. Diss. State University of New York, Binghamton, 1994. 2381A.
  • White, Sian. Intimate Modernities: Modern British and Irish Literature, 1922 – 1955. Diss. University of Notre Dame, 2009.
     
  • Wightman, Beth Ann. Island (e)states: Visualizing Domestic Safety and National Security in Twentieth-Century Novels by Irish and Caribbean Women Writers. Diss. University of California, Los Angeles, 2003. 52608920.
     
  • Wild, Rebecca Smith. Studies in the Shorter Fiction of Elizabeth Bowen and Eudora Welty. Diss. University of Michigan, 1965. 27: 490A.
     
  • Williams, Julia McElhattan. “The Nation Articulate”: The Discourse of Colonialism and the Anglo-Irish Novel. Diss. Emory University, 1992. 1169A.

 

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