Master’s Thesis, Dinner With Virginia (Creative), 2016
An analysis of Virginia Woolf’s relationship with food and its impact on her writing, relationships, and physical and mental health. This project explores the universal experience of women as artists, from Victorian England to present day, through their trouble with eating, alleged insanity, and the men who force- feed them, diagnosing them as such.
Sources include Woolf’s novels, autobiographies, letters, journals, first-hand accounts and medical history, including doctors’ official diagnoses.
Master’s Thesis, Women of Joyce (Critical), 2016
Critical analysis of the women in James Joyce’s novels – Dubliners, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Ulysses – and how Nora Barnacle influenced them.