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Marlowe's Translations Of Ovid And Lucan, M. L. Stapleton 2015 Indiana University – Purdue University Fort Wayne

Marlowe's Translations Of Ovid And Lucan, M. L. Stapleton

English and Linguistics Faculty Publications

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Culture In Crisis: The English Novel In The Late Twentieth Century, Michael F. Harper 2014 Claremont Colleges

Culture In Crisis: The English Novel In The Late Twentieth Century, Michael F. Harper

Scripps Faculty Books

Culture in Crisis begins with political and social history at the moment of the election of Margaret Thatcher. Many saw in this event the dissolution of the ideal of the liberal State once believed to be shared by both the Left and the Right. Ranging widely over such writers as Anthony Powell, John LeCarre, Samuel Selvon, Salman Rushdie, and Margaret Drabble, Harper examines various responses to this “crisis” which he shows to have roots in a pernicious ideal of “Englishness” going back many generations. With considerable skill and a masterful grasp of books and ideas, he presents the novel as ...


Snake Skin For Sale, Kristian R. Butterfield 2014 Florida State University

Snake Skin For Sale, Kristian R. Butterfield

The Owl

A poem and artist's statement. More information about the work and its creator are included in the full document.


Ferus Lumen, Brandon Iglesias 2014 Florida State University

Ferus Lumen, Brandon Iglesias

The Owl

Poem


The Fate Of The Eighteenth Century Bastard: Illegitimacy And Determinism In Moll Flanders, Michelle L. Sauer 2014 Florida State University

The Fate Of The Eighteenth Century Bastard: Illegitimacy And Determinism In Moll Flanders, Michelle L. Sauer

The Owl

The Fortunes and Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders, more commonly called Moll Flanders, is an English novel by Daniel Defoe, first published in 1722, that details the exploits of the titular character from birth to old age. Moll is an illegitimate child, whose mother was a felon that Moll never knew. She is beautiful, cunning, and even becomes skilled, due to her time working as a seamstress for a gentlewoman and a housemaid for a wealthy family early in her life. Throughout the course of her life, Moll marries five times, once to her own brother, becomes the mistress ...


Extremes Of Gender And Power: Sycorax’S Absence In Shakespeare’S The Tempest, Brittney Blystone 2014 University of Akron

Extremes Of Gender And Power: Sycorax’S Absence In Shakespeare’S The Tempest, Brittney Blystone

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

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When Words Defile Things: Homoerotic Desire And Extreme Depictions Of Masculinity In Shakespeare’S Coriolanus And, Aaron Hubbard 2014 University of Akron

When Words Defile Things: Homoerotic Desire And Extreme Depictions Of Masculinity In Shakespeare’S Coriolanus And, Aaron Hubbard

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Jean-François Ducis: Re-Creating Shakespeare For An Eighteenth-Century Audience, Amy Drake 2014 University of Akron

Jean-François Ducis: Re-Creating Shakespeare For An Eighteenth-Century Audience, Amy Drake

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


A Hot Mess: Knowing Juliet Through Accidental Encounters In Popular Culture, Kirk Hendershott-Kraetzer 2014 University of Akron

A Hot Mess: Knowing Juliet Through Accidental Encounters In Popular Culture, Kirk Hendershott-Kraetzer

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Helena And “The Rarest Argument Of Wonder”: All’S Well That Ends Well And The Romance Genre, Byron Nelson 2014 University of Akron

Helena And “The Rarest Argument Of Wonder”: All’S Well That Ends Well And The Romance Genre, Byron Nelson

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Front Matter, Hillary Nunn 2014 University of Akron

Front Matter, Hillary Nunn

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Lexical Dichotomy And Ethics In Macbeth, Lindsey Simon-Jones 2014 University of Akron

Lexical Dichotomy And Ethics In Macbeth, Lindsey Simon-Jones

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


“How This World Is Given To Lying!”: Orson Welles’S Deconstruction Of Historiographies In Chimes At Midnight, Jeffrey Wayne Yeager 2014 University of Akron

“How This World Is Given To Lying!”: Orson Welles’S Deconstruction Of Historiographies In Chimes At Midnight, Jeffrey Wayne Yeager

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Tortured Calculations: Body Economies In Shakespeare’S Cultures Of Honor, Brandon E. Polite 2014 University of Akron

Tortured Calculations: Body Economies In Shakespeare’S Cultures Of Honor, Brandon E. Polite

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


The Dangers Of Playing House: Celia's Subversive Role In As You Like It, Allison Grant 2014 University of Akron

The Dangers Of Playing House: Celia's Subversive Role In As You Like It, Allison Grant

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


“Much Virtue In If”: Ethics And Uncertainty In Hamlet And As You Like It, David Summers 2014 University of Akron

“Much Virtue In If”: Ethics And Uncertainty In Hamlet And As You Like It, David Summers

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Hamlet’S Hard-Boiled Ethics, James Lewin 2014 University of Akron

Hamlet’S Hard-Boiled Ethics, James Lewin

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Time Served In Prison Shakespeare, Niels Herold, Matt Wallace 2014 University of Akron

Time Served In Prison Shakespeare, Niels Herold, Matt Wallace

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


Front Matter, Hillary Nunn 2014 University of Akron

Front Matter, Hillary Nunn

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


“We Know What We Are, But We Know Not What We May Be:” Marianne Faithfull, Ophelia And The Power Of Performance, Gabriel Rieger 2014 University of Akron

“We Know What We Are, But We Know Not What We May Be:” Marianne Faithfull, Ophelia And The Power Of Performance, Gabriel Rieger

Selected Papers of the Ohio Valley Shakespeare Conference

No abstract provided.


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