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A presentation of Michael Cunningham's "The Hours": Metafiction
An article covering Michael Cunnigham’s novel The Hours , and its subsequent adaptation into a film.
In a sense it could be a review article, but I feel there is a lot of groundwork for this i.e how realistic is the potrayal of Virginia Woolf. (does this matter?) 3. The role of the novel Mrs. Dalloway in fiction – metafiction (fictional analysis of fiction)
Sleep and dreaming in Shakespearean Drama - 16thc Europe
Briefly and broadly examine the role of sleep and dreaming in Shakespearean literature, and sleeping as a social construct within 16th century Europe (the Elizabethan period)
Potentially using some material from Historian Roger Ekrichs book ‘ At Days Close: A History of the Night-time’ as it relates to the aforementioned.
Female narcissism in The Grimms Fairytales. (1812)
Explore the portrayal of narcissism in the characters of The Grimm Fairytales , and how this has manifested in the representation in today’s popular culture and mainstream television. Are Grimm Tales really suitable for children? What makes them universally appealing? Could explore Philip Pullman’s adaptation of them.