UCL Students win 2013 Arthur Terry Prize in Comparative Literature

15 January 2014

The Arthur Terry Postgraduate Essay Prize, awarded annually by the British Comparative Literature Association (BCLA), recognises work of outstanding merit at Master’s level. This year's jury, which was comprised of members of the BCLA Executive Committee, has evaluated twenty-seven entries from a range of institutions across the UK.

The first prize was awarded to Daria Wallace (UCL Comparative Literature) for her essay ‘Desired Endings: Questions of Mortality and Meaning in Apocalypse Fiction’.

The third prize went to Sarah Riddick (UCL Comparative Literature) for her essay ‘The Task of Telling: A Defence of Third Generation Holocaust Texts through Nathan Englander’s The Tumblers, Maus and See Under Love’.

In addition to prizes of £100, and £30 respectively, the winners are also awarded with one-year free BCLA membership.

For more information, see the BCLA Online blog