The essays of the winners of the Arthur Terry Postgraduate Essay Prize may now be read online under Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 on the BCLA website.
See the previous winners of the Arthur Terry Postgraduate Essay Prize.
Essays by Nicola Thomas and Rebecca Russell, winners of the second prize in 2013 and 2014 respectively, as well as by Jonathan Rees, winner of the third prize in 2014, have now been published.
Nicola Thomas (University of Nottingham), ‘Space, Place and Time in Durs Grünbein’s Grauzone Morgens and John Ashbery’s Self-Portrait in a Convex Mirror‘
Rebecca Russell (Goldsmiths, University of London), ‘The Weaving of Faithful Penelope, Considering the Various Contributions of Homer, Ovid, Boccaccio and Christine de Pizan’
Jonathan Rees (Cardiff University), ‘What could art and virtue mean to him now, when he might reap the advantages of chaos?’ Style in Death in Venice: Mann, Visconti, Britten’