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  • Qiu, Fangzhe (University College Cork, 2014)
    This thesis presents a study of the 112 narratives collected from the Corpus Iuris Hibernici. The selection of narratives is based on criteria informed by modern narratological theories. The significant presence of narratives ...
  • Volmering, Nicole Johanna Bernartina (University College Cork, 2014)
    This dissertation examines medieval literary accounts of visions of the afterlife with an origin or provenance in Ireland from the perspective of genre, analysing their structural and literary characteristics both ...
  • Key, Heather Colleen (University College Cork, 2013)
    This thesis examines the ways in which Otherworldly women acted as intermediaries between the Otherworld and mortal world in early Irish literature. First it establishes the position of women in early Ireland so that ...
  • Dillon, Gavin David (University College Cork, 2013)
    Betha Cholmáin maic Luacháin (BCh) is a key source of information about a small ecclesiastical community of the Irish midlands in the medieval period. BCh is one of the longest medieval Irish hagiographic texts. A sole ...
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