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Aglaia Varlami holds a Bachelors degree with first-class honours from the School of English, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. She is currently pursuing a Masters degree in English and American Studies at the same university. Her thesis seeks to examine the manner in which trauma is represented in contemporary British drama, focussing on the work of playwrights Sarah Kane (Crave 1998) and Lucy Prebble (The Sugar Syndrome 2003). She was a presenter at the Second International Symposium of Students of Croatian, English and Italian Studies: Easy to S(t)ay? which was held in Split, Croatia in October 2017. Her research interests include modernist and post-modernist fiction, contemporary drama, phenomenology, deconstruction, feminist, gender and queer studies.
Research Paper (postgraduate) 2018 16 PagesUS$ 14.99