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Full Issue, The Anthology 2017 Winthrop University

Full Issue, The Anthology

The Anthology

This is the entirety of the 2017 Winthrop Anthology issue.


From The Boston Stone Jail, 1775, Jean C. O'Connor 2017 Helena High School

From The Boston Stone Jail, 1775, Jean C. O'Connor

The Montana English Journal

Primary sources can open doors to stories we can only imagine. I share the discovery of an actual letter written by American patriot James Lovell in September of 1775, the more startling because in my research for my historical fiction novel The Cause I had already read a clerk-written version of the letter. I encourage teachers to utilize primary sources to entice their students’ development of narrative, and offer links to excellent sources from the Montana Historical Society.


Who Knew Black Was Required?, Katie Kotynski 2017 Great Falls College- MSU

Who Knew Black Was Required?, Katie Kotynski

The Montana English Journal

Please leave the word "dawn" as is. I did put it in italics to indicate that that is the correct spelling intended.


Black Hole For Nona, Katie Kotynski 2017 Great Falls College- MSU

Black Hole For Nona, Katie Kotynski

The Montana English Journal

Fiction writing


Thinking Before You Act: A Constructive Logic Approach To Crafting Performance-For- Development Narrative, Angela Duggins 2017 East Tennessee State University

Thinking Before You Act: A Constructive Logic Approach To Crafting Performance-For- Development Narrative, Angela Duggins

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The intent of this thesis was to test the feasibility of constructing performance-for-development narrative using a constructive logic approach. I created an equation which expressed the sum of non-human-elements as the sum of a narrative with each element serving as a variable. I used a review of persuasion literature to provide insight into the selection and manipulation of each variable. I provided my family as a hypothetical example and used my knowledge of their preferences and communication styles in conjunction with the literature and the equation to craft a narrative which might increase pro-school attitudes in other families like my ...


The Funeral, Katherine M. Carithers 2017 Dartmouth College

The Funeral, Katherine M. Carithers

HUMBUG

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Lives Awash In Neon, Logan T. Collins 2017 Dartmouth College

Lives Awash In Neon, Logan T. Collins

HUMBUG

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The Mouse, Katherine M. Carithers 2017 Dartmouth College

The Mouse, Katherine M. Carithers

HUMBUG

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On Combustion, Tommy E. Hart 2017 Dartmouth College

On Combustion, Tommy E. Hart

HUMBUG

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The Whether And Nots (Excerpt), Kylee J. Sibilia 2017 Dartmouth

The Whether And Nots (Excerpt), Kylee J. Sibilia

HUMBUG

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The Storm, Katherine M. Carithers 2017 Dartmouth College

The Storm, Katherine M. Carithers

HUMBUG

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Firefly Heaven, Logan T. Collins 2017 Dartmouth College

Firefly Heaven, Logan T. Collins

HUMBUG

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Dragon Season, Madeleine R. Waters 2017 Dartmouth

Dragon Season, Madeleine R. Waters

HUMBUG

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Editor's Note, Madeleine R. Waters 2017 Dartmouth

Editor's Note, Madeleine R. Waters

HUMBUG

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Snow White, Leslie Gielow Jacobs 2017 University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law

Snow White, Leslie Gielow Jacobs

Leslie Gielow Jacobs

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Book Review - Sleeping Above Chaos: A Black Mountain Novel, Jon Hansen 2017 Kennesaw State University

Book Review - Sleeping Above Chaos: A Black Mountain Novel, Jon Hansen

Georgia Library Quarterly

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Piney Woods Florida, 1964, David Holloway 2017 Wright State University

Piney Woods Florida, 1964, David Holloway

Mad River Review

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Two Poems By Jennifer Van Alstyne, Jennifer van Alstyne 2017 Wright State University

Two Poems By Jennifer Van Alstyne, Jennifer Van Alstyne

Mad River Review

No abstract provided.


House, Carol Schaechterle 2017 Wright State University

House, Carol Schaechterle

Mad River Review

No abstract provided.


Three Poems By Martha Webster, Martha Webster 2017 Wright State University

Three Poems By Martha Webster, Martha Webster

Mad River Review

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