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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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Out of Season

Frigard, Aaron E 01 January 2013 (has links)
Out of Season is a novel by Aaron Frigard
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Victorious Architecture : the changing shape of narrative in film

Lang, Steven January 2004 (has links)
Screenplay: A wealthy industrialist, Victor Sanderton, has undergone a life change and set up an 'Institute of Higher Learning' in rural South East Queensland. He invites environmental and other contemporary New Age luminaries to hold workshops, while the attendees get in touch with their roots by planting trees. Victor, however, has not come to terms with his own weaknesses. Aleesha, a young runaway, distracts him from his higher purpose. Matt, one of his employees, thinks he sees in this an opportunity to enrich himself at Victor's expense. The situation is further complicated when a private detective, Helen Cox, is employed by Aleesha's mother to search for her. Logline: The ones who think they're strong are most at risk. Exegesis: While the narrative structures employed in the novel form have developed freely over the last century, in mainstream film they have remained relatively static. Even though film is predominantly a visual medium, and therefore suffers from an inherent shallowness, more complex narrative models can present opportunities for film to better mirror the human condition.
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Sleep, Sister

Breen, Karen January 2009 (has links)
This submission is in two parts. The first, an exegesis, sets my creative work in a literary, stylistic and social context. The second and main part of this submission is the first draft of a novel, Sleep, Sister, which I have written over the course of the last year. [Note: the draft novel is embargoed until 31 May 2011.] The exegesis explores issues such as the history of the road novel, alienation and loneliness within society, and in particular within families. It also discusses the novel as a coming of age story, with its main characters being members of Generation X, those born between 1960 -1980. This was the first generation of New Zealand children for whom divorced parents and blended families were common experiences. The exegesis also describes how the themes of the story have informed the style, narrative and characterisation of the book. It concludes with the main question of the novel; whether the two main characters – sisters – can overcome their damaging past. The novel is set in New Zealand, predominantly in the year 1987, although there are flashbacks to the girls’ 1970s childhood. It is written mainly in the present tense and with shifting points of view.
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Sleep, Sister

Breen, Karen January 2009 (has links)
This submission is in two parts. The first, an exegesis, sets my creative work in a literary, stylistic and social context. The second and main part of this submission is the first draft of a novel, Sleep, Sister, which I have written over the course of the last year. [Note: the draft novel is embargoed until 31 May 2011.] The exegesis explores issues such as the history of the road novel, alienation and loneliness within society, and in particular within families. It also discusses the novel as a coming of age story, with its main characters being members of Generation X, those born between 1960 -1980. This was the first generation of New Zealand children for whom divorced parents and blended families were common experiences. The exegesis also describes how the themes of the story have informed the style, narrative and characterisation of the book. It concludes with the main question of the novel; whether the two main characters – sisters – can overcome their damaging past. The novel is set in New Zealand, predominantly in the year 1987, although there are flashbacks to the girls’ 1970s childhood. It is written mainly in the present tense and with shifting points of view.
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Sleep, Sister

Breen, Karen January 2009 (has links)
This submission is in two parts. The first, an exegesis, sets my creative work in a literary, stylistic and social context. The second and main part of this submission is the first draft of a novel, Sleep, Sister, which I have written over the course of the last year. The exegesis explores issues such as the history of the road novel, alienation and loneliness within society, and in particular within families. It also discusses the novel as a coming of age story, with its main characters being members of Generation X, those born between 1960 -1980. This was the first generation of New Zealand children for whom divorced parents and blended families were common experiences. The exegesis also describes how the themes of the story have informed the style, narrative and characterisation of the book. It concludes with the main question of the novel; whether the two main characters – sisters – can overcome their damaging past. The novel is set in New Zealand, predominantly in the year 1987, although there are flashbacks to the girls’ 1970s childhood. It is written mainly in the present tense and with shifting points of view.
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Anforderungen an ein System zur Evaluierung potentieller Langzeitschäden durch den Einsatz gentechnischer Methoden in der Nahrungsmittelherstellung und -verarbeitung

Katzek, Jens. January 2000 (has links) (PDF)
Darmstadt, Techn. Universiẗat, Diss., 2000.
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Contesting the Gothic : fiction, genre and cultural conflict, 1764 - 1832 /

Watt, James. January 2006 (has links)
Univ., Diss.--Cambridge. / Bibliography S. 186 - 200.
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Genfood Rückverfolgbarkeit, Risiken und Chancen gentechnisch veränderter Lebensmittel

Duschl, Juliane January 2005 (has links)
Zugl.: Giessen, Univ., Diplomarbeit, 2005
39

The fiction of Don DeLillo : language, identity, politics

Green, Jeremy Francis January 1992 (has links)
No description available.
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Pennies, pounds and peregintions : circulation in eighteenth century literature and culture

Arndt, Ava Lee January 1999 (has links)
No description available.

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