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Recent Studies in Elizabeth Cary (1994‐2014, with additional items from 2015)
Although scholars continue to focus chiefly on Cary's Tragedy of Mariam (1613), they have largely moved beyond the biographical approaches of the 1980s and 1990s to situate the play in relation toExpand
A Poetics of Reciprocity: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Ballads and Sonnets
This thesis considers the way in which a selection of the poetry of Elizabeth Barrett Browning (henceforth to be referred to as EBB) exhibits what I will refer to as a poetics of reciprocity. MyExpand
146 Free fetal haemoglobin impacts fetoplacental vascular structure and function: implications for fetal growth restriction
Introduction In fetal growth restriction (FGR), early placentation defects result in placental insufficiency and vasoconstriction, which cumulate in organ failure at the severe end of the spectrum.Expand