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River Of Dreams, Kaysone Syonesa 2018 Independent Scholar

River Of Dreams, Kaysone Syonesa

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

3 Lao American poems


Here To See It, Benjamin Chase 2018 Western Connecticut State University

Here To See It, Benjamin Chase

Master of Fine Arts in Professional Writing Theses

Benjamin J. Chase’s Here To See It is a collection of contemporary poetry plotted across the hours of a day and the respective stages of life. A mix of lyrical and narrative musings, the book houses a wide variety of poetic forms (including a translation, sonnets, ekphrastic meditations, and free-verse experiments) on an even wider variety of subjects. A diverse collection, Here To See It is a series of reflections on the formal and informal moments that make up a lifetime.


The American Dream As A Cultural Movement, Thomas W. Raskay 2018 Kutztown University of Pennsylvania

The American Dream As A Cultural Movement, Thomas W. Raskay

English Department: Traveling American Modernism (ENG 366, Fall 2018)

This piece investigates the relationship between the American Dream and automobility through a generational lens, assessing cultural change in each renewal of the American Dream. Comparing generations of Americans exploring and reforming cultural space reveals evidence of the American Dream as a tendency for generations to expand to new frontiers balanced by a duty to reform current social space. Automobility multiplies Americans’ options for exploration and explodes the rate at which modern generations engage with different spaces. Now that automobility is routine, Millenials have expanded to the new social space frontier in cyberspace, but a limitless frontier may disrupt the ...


The Voices Of Life And Death In Shakespeare’S Narrative Poems, Jonathan Locke Hart 2018 Shanghai Jiao Tong University; Western University

The Voices Of Life And Death In Shakespeare’S Narrative Poems, Jonathan Locke Hart

CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture

The article “The Voices of Life and Death in Shakespeare’s Narrative Poems” uses Shakespeare’s dedications and Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece to discuss art and life, death and life, life-writing and death-writing. The relation between life and art, often framed in terms of mimesis, is fraught with difficulties, so that the connection between ethics and aesthetics is intricate. After briefly discussing the theoretical debate on mimesis, this article examines closely Shakespeare’s narrative poems, to discuss life and death as well as, to some extent, health, illness. The poems explore the themes of time, love ...


Contributors, Westview Staff 2018 Westview Staff

Contributors, Westview Staff

Westview

No abstract provided.


In The Pacific: A Wwii Photograph, David Vancil 2018 Indiana State University

In The Pacific: A Wwii Photograph, David Vancil

Westview

In the black and white snapshot, my father and my uncle, sweaty from volleyball, stand side-by-side


My Father's Wars, Sheila A. Murphy 2018 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

My Father's Wars, Sheila A. Murphy

Westview

Longer now than sixty years ago, dying in a veterans’ hospital, committed by my mother


Qwerty, James E. Fowler 2018 Univ. of Central Arkansas

Qwerty, James E. Fowler

Westview

What you’ve seen but can’t place, always overlooking


Looking As They Should, Philip Wexler 2018 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Looking As They Should, Philip Wexler

Westview

On the ferry to the Stockholm Archipelago, Gunilla


Tennyson, By Allergies Immured, John Bradshaw 2018 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Tennyson, By Allergies Immured, John Bradshaw

Westview

Window bound I sit and ponder Letting my sheltered eyes go wander.


Big, James E. Fowler 2018 Univ. of Central Arkansas

Big, James E. Fowler

Westview

The setting sun casts a Giacometti shadow before me.


Frisk, James E. Fowler 2018 Univ. of Central Arkansas

Frisk, James E. Fowler

Westview

the air vent is a cat


Westview: Vol. 34, Iss. 2 (Winter 2018), Westview Staff 2018 Westview Staff

Westview: Vol. 34, Iss. 2 (Winter 2018), Westview Staff

Westview

No abstract provided.


Heterochromia, John Tavares 2018 York University

Heterochromia, John Tavares

Westview

This short fiction, with a dystopic vision, is set in a future Toronto, devastated by social unrest and a nuclear disaster, while the action of the story explores a retired librarian’s conflict with a repressive censorship authority.


Stitch-By-Stitch, Katacha Diaz 2018 University of California, Davis (retired researcher)

Stitch-By-Stitch, Katacha Diaz

Westview

Many years ago while on vacation in Santa Fe, New Mexico, I decided to take an early morning stroll in the city’s art district.


For Joe Conley, Ike Godsey On The Waltons 1928-2013, David Vancil 2018 Indiana State University

For Joe Conley, Ike Godsey On The Waltons 1928-2013, David Vancil

Westview

In your favorite episode, you are past your prime


Petticoat In The Navy: My Mother's War, Sheila A. Murphy 2018 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Petticoat In The Navy: My Mother's War, Sheila A. Murphy

Westview

In 1918 Julia Lehan, age nineteen, lives in Roxbury


Well Of Despair, Sarah Brown Weitzman 2018 Southwestern Oklahoma State University

Well Of Despair, Sarah Brown Weitzman

Westview

As a follow up to that classic


I Remember Rodney, David Vancil 2018 Indiana State University

I Remember Rodney, David Vancil

Westview

You admitted you’d abused your body


314 East 25th Street, On January 1st, Matthew Brennan 2018 Indiana State University

314 East 25th Street, On January 1st, Matthew Brennan

Westview

It’s moving day—the sun glimmers as dimly as Venus in the morning sky.


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