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  • About
  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Here's What You Might Have Missed

Crawford, Ryan 01 May 2015 (has links)
Here's What You Might Have Missed is a novel that explores the taboos that construct a life, the suppression of instinct, and the consequences of transgression.
2

Flyover

King, Zachary 01 January 2020 (has links)
A novel
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none

Yu, Hsu-chi 01 July 2008 (has links)
none
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Der inszenierte Schrecken Darstellungsstrategien der Angst im englischen Schauerroman /

Behnke, Katja. January 2002 (has links) (PDF)
Bielefeld, University, Diss., 2002.
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Vergleich eines neu entwickelten immunologischen Nachweissystems für die gentechnisch veränderten Roundup-Ready-Sojabohnen mit einer DNA-analytischen Methode anhand verschiedener Lebensmittelmatrices

Jansen, Bärbel. January 2003 (has links) (PDF)
Berlin, Techn. Univ., Diss., 2003. / Computerdatei im Fernzugriff.
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The Development of the Unheroic Hero in the Modern Novel

Loving, Billie Ruth 08 1900 (has links)
This thesis explores the development of the unheroic hero in the modern novel.
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Ucwaningo lwamagalelo ka-M. M. Masondo ekubhalweni kwenoveli yophenyo esizulwini

Ntuli, Sibusiso Louis January 2006 (has links)
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of MASTER OF ARTS, in the faculty of Arts in the department of ISIZULU NAMAGUGU at the University of Zululand, 2006. / Lolu cwaningo lucubungula amagalelo ka M.M. Masondo ekubhaIweni kwenoveJi yophenyo eSiZulwini. Lolu ewaningo lubanzi, kodwa phakathi kokunye luthinta izinsizakuhlaziya (theories) zenoveli, imigomo yenoveli yophenyo kanye neqhaza labaiingiswa ophenyweni. Kukhethwe le mibhalo ka M.M. Masondo ngoba kubonakala kunguye osebhale amanoveli ophenyo amaningi lapha olimini lweSiZulu. Lo msebenzi wehlukaniswe waba yizahluko ezinhlanu, kanje: ISAHLUKO SOKUQALA Lesi sahluko sethula lokho okuzoeutshungulwa kulolu ewaningo, ubumqoka kanye nemiklamo yalo. Kugxilwe kabanzi nasemlandweni ngempilo ka M.M. Masondo. Kugxilwe ekuvezeni umehluko phakathi kwenoveli ejwayelakile kanye nenoveli yophenyo. Kuthintwe nezincazelo zamagama abukeka esemqoka kulolu cwaningo. ISAHLUKO SESIBILI Kulesi sahluko kugxilwe kabanzi ekueubunguleni izinsizakuhlaziya zenoveli. Kunokondiswe lezo okubonakale ukuthi zizoyikhanyisa kangeono inoveli yophenyo. Lezo zinsizakuhlaziya kube isenzekongqo (realism) kanye nenjulalisu (stylistics). Kugxilwe nasekucubunguleni ezinye izinhlobo zamanoveli ophenyo. Lokhu kuveze ukuthi kukhona uhlobo oIungathathwa ngokuthi luyinoveli yophenyo yakudala, kube khona nohlobo oIuyinoveli yophenyo engaphelele kanye nenoveli yophenyo yesimanje. Yilolu hlobo lokugema-ke okungena kulo amanoveli kaMasondo. ISAHLUKO SESITHATHU Lesi sahluko sona sivula ngokwethula iqoqa lamanoveli kaMasondo okugxilwe kuwo kulolu cwaningo. Iqoqa lenzelwe ukukhanyisela labo abayofunda lolu cwaningo bengakaze balithole ithuba lokuwafunda onke la manoveli kaMasondo okugxilwe kuwo kulo msebenzi. Kubuye kwagxilwa nasemigonyeni yenoveli yophenyo. Kugxilwe kule migomo elandelayo: I. Icala lobugengu elibukeka IisobaIa 2. Umsolwa onukeka ebe engenacala. 3. Ukunhlanhlatha kwamaphoyisa. 4. Ukukhalipha nokuqaphela komphenyi. 5. lbohlololo elethusayo. ISAHLUKO SESINE Lesi sahluko sona sigxile eqhazeni elibanjwe abalingiswa ophenyweni lwamanoveli ka Masondo. Kucutshungulwa labo balingiswa abasemqoka kubhekwe ukukholeka nokungakholeki kwabo, nanomthelela lokhu okungase kube nawo emanovelini ngokwehlukana kwawo. Kucutshungulwe nokhondolo oluqaphelekayo emanovelini ka Masondo, Iapho okuvela ukuphindaphindwa kwamagama abalingiswa athile emanovelini ahlukene. kucutshungulwe noukuthi lokhu kunamthelela muni kule misebenzi ka Masondo. ISAHLUKO SESIHLANU Le ngxenye igxile ekusongeni ucwaningo. Kubuye kwethulwa neziphakamiso zalolu cwaningo. Kule ngxenye kuphinde kuvezwe nokuthi uMasondo useyibekile induku ebandla mayelana nokubhalwa kwenoveli yophenyo esiZulwinL kangangokuthi imisebenzi yakhe isiyohlala iyisilinganiso salolu hlobo lwemibhalo.
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Exploration of novel carbon(II) and carbon(0) catalyst systems for organic synthesis

Lu, Xun January 2016 (has links)
This PhD thesis is focused on the development of novel carbon(II) and carbon(0) catalysis for organic synthesis. More specifically, the major objective has been to explore and design non-toxic and effective catalysts based on: an unusual Bertrand carbene type, a so-called bis(dialkylamino)cyclopropenylidene (BAC), and the carbodicarbene (CDC) framework; the central carbon atom in these molecules is in the formal low-oxidation state ‘+II’ and ‘0’, respectively. These species may be used in base catalysis or as ligands in metal catalysis, and in the context of frustrated Lewis pair (FLP) or dual catalysis. Prior to catalysis studies, the Lewis basicity of such carbon-based compounds has been assessed with 11B NMR analysis using various boron-based Lewis acids. Boron binding has been detected in all cases with a BAC, thereby confirming its strongly nucleophilic character and decreased steric demand. In contrast, only few ate complexes have been identified with CDCs (or precursors thereof), which means that CDCs may be more suitable for FLP catalysis. A preliminary electrophile binding study with a BAC has provided interesting data, based on which unprecedented aldimine Umpolung may be developed in the future. In the context of organocatalysis, BAC-mediated C–C bond formations between various Michael acceptors and N-tosyl imines have been developed (aza-Morita–Baylis–Hillman chemistry). In addition, C–N or C–Hal bond formations between various Michael acceptors and azodicarboxylates or electrophilic halogen reagents have been developed. The characteristic features of these unprecedented BAC catalyses include low catalyst loading, mild reaction conditions, and broad substrate scopes. Importantly, several novel chiral BACs have been synthesized and characterized, and excellent results have been achieved in BAC-catalysed asymmetric aza-MBH reactions (ee up to 97%). To the best of our knowledge, these data represent the first highly enantioselective BAC catalysis; chiral N-heterocyclic carbenes (NHCs) have proved to be substantially less effective in this context (ee up to 38%). In the same line, BAC-catalysed asymmetric borylations and silylations of Michael acceptors have been developed (preliminary ee up to 69%). These results demonstrate the high potential of the newly developed chiral BACs in asymmetric organocatalysis. Meanwhile, several BAC–gallium and BAC–iron complexes have been synthesized and characterized. These novel complexes may be used in Lewis acid catalysis after appropriate activation of the corresponding metal sites. Finally, the exploration of the catalysis potential of various C(0) compounds, namely CDCs, is still under investigation.
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'Oh My Pen Drops From Me Here' Bliss, Pleasure and Sexual Encounter in the Erotic Novel

Johnson, Justine 29 August 2011 (has links)
This thesis explores three accounts of male erotic fantasy. In my second chapter, I apply Roland Barthes’ conceptions of bliss and pleasure to John Cleland’s 18th century erotic novel, Fanny Hill, or Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure in order to test Barthes’ theory. In my third chapter, I use D. H. Lawrence’s own erotic theory to analyze his depictions of boredom, tenderness and the mind/body divide in his 20th century novel, Lady Chatterley’s Lover. In my fourth chapter, I rely on the theory of sadomasochism to explore the ways in which pleasure, pain and degradation figure in the Pauline Réage’s 20th century sadomasochistic novel, Story of O. In all three of these novels, erotic pleasure, love and transcendence are central themes and I ultimately elucidate the ways in which Cleland, Lawrence and Réage strategically use them to influence the reader’s reception of their accounts of male erotic fantasy.
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Dying of strangeness

Dunlop, Tim, n/a January 1996 (has links)
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