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Literature Dissertation Ideas (1)

‘Herman Melville, Reluctant Polemicist: Rereading Epistemic Range and Epistemic Injustice in Benito Cereno (1855)’

A comprehensive analysis of the fictitious account of a coup on board a Spanish slave ship.

Relevant Literature Theory: Critical Analysis of the Herman Melville classic

Suggested Sources:

Davis, M. (2005) Reading the Text That Isn’t There: Paranoia in the Nineteenth-Century American Novel. New York City: Taylor & Francis

Emery, Allan Moore, (1984) “Benito Cereno’ And Manifest Destiny”, Nineteenth-Century Fiction, Available HERE

Literature Dissertation Ideas (2)

‘A Linguistic Analysis of Paul Howard’s Ross O’Carroll-Kelly’

This Literature dissertation idea requires the scrutiny of the books ‘South Dublin – How to get by on, like, €10,000 a day’ and ‘The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightdress’. The dissertation proposal will concentrate on Howard’s portrayal of the Dublin accents, looking at the differences in how characters speak, the words they choose and the possible reasons behind these techniques

Ireland has a unique take on the English language with distinct differentiation of accents specific to cities or towns. Howard has identified these differences and portrayed them within a series of books

The words “like” and “roysh” appear frequently throughout Howard’s novels and can form the basis of preliminary analysis on how the dialogue within the book is used, your analytical account should be able to highlight several reasons and effects of these words being used in the manner that they are throughout the novels

Relevant Literature Theory: Linguistic Analysis

Suggested Sources:

Howard, P., (2005) The Curious incident of the Dog in the Nightdress, Dublin: Penguin

Howard, P., (2008) Ross O’Carroll-Kelly – How to get by on, like, €10,000 a day, Dublin: Penguin

Todd, L., (1999) Green English: Ireland’s influence on the English Language, Dublin: The O’Brien Press Ltd.

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