• Beyond belief - an exegesis to Roimata: a novel

      Younger, Susan Elizabeth (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      The creative work Roimata is a contemporary novel set in New Zealand in 2010. The action takes place over eight weeks, between a proposal of marriage and a wedding. There is an element of mystery, as a forty-year-old murder ...
    • Black and White

      O'Neill, Sheri Ann (Auckland University of Technology, 2011)
      Into White is a playscript for theatre incorporating projected film/video performance, both pre-recorded and live, as an integral part of the narrative. The playscript, with an approximate performance time of 80 minutes, ...
    • Buddha and a boat

      Wells, Dyana (Auckland University of Technology, 2012)
      Buddha and a Boat is the second of a trilogy I have been working on. In the first book Alice sails over to Fiji with her father and meets Cornelius, with whom she falls in love. In the first book I explore the way Alice ...
    • Character and genre: an exegesis to A Change of Stars

      Scott, Julie (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      This submission is in two parts. The first part, A Change of Stars, is an historical suspense novel aimed at Young Adult readers. Set in the nineteenth century, it follows a young woman named Sarah Price on a voyage of ...
    • The Country of the Past: an exegesis to 'Great and Glorious Intent'

      Cooke, Alana (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      This novel, "Great and Glorious Intent" is historical biographical fiction fashioned around the early life of Richard Molesworth who took part in the War of the Spanish Succession under the leadership of the 1st Duke of ...
    • Fleeting glimpses, fragile moments: an exegesis to Stay

      Shepherd, Sarah (Auckland University of Technology, 2010)
      This thesis consists of the creative work Stay, a collection of interlinked short stories. Although wholly self-contained, each story in Stay makes a vital contribution to the collection as a whole. Characters are revisited. ...