Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

Fiction Commons

Open Access. Powered by Scholars. Published by Universities.®

14,240 Full-Text Articles 11,241 Authors 1,232,413 Downloads 215 Institutions

All Articles in Fiction

Faceted Search

14,240 full-text articles. Page 1 of 367.

Encore: A Story Of Identity, Austin Copps 2021 Belmont University

Encore: A Story Of Identity, Austin Copps

Honors Theses

Encore, a feature length screenplay, tells a story of a young man and his search for identity.


Mortality Play, Sean McWilliams 2021 University of Mississippi

Mortality Play, Sean Mcwilliams

Yalobusha Review

No abstract provided.


The Other Keegan, Neil Connelly 2021 University of Mississippi

The Other Keegan, Neil Connelly

Yalobusha Review

No abstract provided.


My Third Sister, Chihua Zhang 2021 University of Mississippi

My Third Sister, Chihua Zhang

Yalobusha Review

No abstract provided.


Hangman, Eric Miles Williamson 2021 University of Mississippi

Hangman, Eric Miles Williamson

Yalobusha Review

No abstract provided.


Radio Boys Trail A Voice, Cynthia Sheaer 2021 University of Mississippi

Radio Boys Trail A Voice, Cynthia Sheaer

Yalobusha Review

No abstract provided.


Junk, Theron J. Hopkins 2021 University of Mississippi

Junk, Theron J. Hopkins

Yalobusha Review

No abstract provided.


Madonna And Child, Kitty Cook 2021 University of Mississippi

Madonna And Child, Kitty Cook

Yalobusha Review

No abstract provided.


Home Of The Future, G. W. Clift 2021 University of Mississippi

Home Of The Future, G. W. Clift

Yalobusha Review

No abstract provided.


Shelter, Jon Davies 2021 University of Mississippi

Shelter, Jon Davies

Yalobusha Review

No abstract provided.


Inside These Walls, Al Dixon 2021 University of Mississippi

Inside These Walls, Al Dixon

Yalobusha Review

No abstract provided.


Wamsutter In Dali Vision, Eric Miles Williamson 2021 University of Mississippi

Wamsutter In Dali Vision, Eric Miles Williamson

Yalobusha Review

No abstract provided.


Hand In Glove, Calista Ginn 2021 Belmont University

Hand In Glove, Calista Ginn

Honors Theses

Archer Fagan is like any other successful woman in her twenties, with an unorthodox occupation: she’s a new-age cult leader. Most stories about cults distance themselves from their leaders, for good reason: the myth of the mystic is what makes them so enticing. It’s when you get up close that you see their humanity-- their ugliness, their worry, their greed. At the peak of her worldwide success (or infamy, in the eyes of some), she finds herself unsatisfied with everything she’s worked so hard to build: an all-female cult and wellness empire, beloved by regular folks and ...


Untitled, Jayden Page 2021 West Virginia University

Untitled, Jayden Page

Calliope

No abstract provided.


Lazarus! Come! Forth!, Tristen Nichols 2021 West Virginia University

Lazarus! Come! Forth!, Tristen Nichols

Calliope

No abstract provided.


Blue, Willard Hanson 2021 West Virginia University

Blue, Willard Hanson

Calliope

No abstract provided.


John Is In The Woods, Alexandria Webb 2021 West Virginia University

John Is In The Woods, Alexandria Webb

Calliope

No abstract provided.


The Moon’S Heartbeat, Lauren Pauley 2021 West Virginia University

The Moon’S Heartbeat, Lauren Pauley

Calliope

No abstract provided.


June, The Other, And The Oak Tree, Haleigh Casto 2021 West Virginia University

June, The Other, And The Oak Tree, Haleigh Casto

Calliope

No abstract provided.


Entertainment Media Perceptions Of Minorities In Young Adult Adaptations, Kynnadie Bennett 2021 Murray State University

Entertainment Media Perceptions Of Minorities In Young Adult Adaptations, Kynnadie Bennett

Scholars Week

This is an exploration of stereotypical and racist portrayals of minorities, specifically African-American, Latinx, and Native American communities, in film and television in the past and how that has affected representation in film adaptations of young adult literature. Young adult literature is one of the highest-selling genres in literature, purchased by both young adults and actual adults. In recent years, young adult literature has been adapted into film and television series and while representation has improved since the early years of entertainment history, there are still problems in the industry: many of the stereotypes remain, some minorities lack representation, and ...


Digital Commons powered by bepress