Sarah Kenchington

About me:

I am currently a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh, specialising in English Literature, having just completed a Research Masters in Literature also at Edinburgh. Prior to this, I completed a Taught Masters in Literature at the University of Sheffield, and a BA in English with Creative Writing from the University of Reading. I have been working on various projects for approximately two years now, specialising in academic writing and personal statements.




‘The wolf in the bed, whatever else he may mean […]’ (Nicholas Tucker). Discuss ideas of the animal within Children’s Literature
‘the […] narrator has always been of significance’ (Barbara Wall). Discuss ideas of narrators and/ or narration within Children’s Literature.
Minority Groups United: the East Asian diaspora and Indigenous relationships within Patricia Grace’s Chappy and Eleanor Catton’s The Luminaries
The East Asian Community as Outsiders within New Zealand Literature: Foreignness and Isolation
The Intersection of Class and Language in Kelman’s How Late It Was How Late and Welsh’s Trainspotting
The European Influence on Irving’s the Sketchbook

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