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Osher Institute 5-Week Course On Wallace Stegner, Tara Penry 2010 Boise State University

Osher Institute 5-Week Course On Wallace Stegner, Tara Penry

Tara Penry

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Dishonest Abe Scholarship: The Lincoln Biography Plagiarism Scandal, Robert Bray, Michael Burlingame 2010 Illinois Wesleyan University

Dishonest Abe Scholarship: The Lincoln Biography Plagiarism Scandal, Robert Bray, Michael Burlingame

Robert Bray

'Dishonest Abe Scholarship' is a narrative/analytical account of the controversy surrounding charges of plagiarism in Stephen B. Oates' biography of Abraham Lincoln, 'With Malice Toward None.' It is written by (and of course from the point of view of) two of the scholars who first made the case against Oates, Robert Bray and Michael Burlingame.


“Margaret Atwood’S The Blind Assassin As A Modern Bluebeard”, karen Stein 2010 University of Rhode Island

“Margaret Atwood’S The Blind Assassin As A Modern Bluebeard”, Karen Stein

Karen F Stein

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‘The Stones I Shaped Endure’: Dickinsonian Pastiche In A.S. Byatt’S Possession, Robert Bray 2010 Illinois Wesleyan University

‘The Stones I Shaped Endure’: Dickinsonian Pastiche In A.S. Byatt’S Possession, Robert Bray

Robert Bray

This is a previously unpublished meditation on A. S. Byatt's use of Emily Dickinson-like pastiche poetry in the novel 'Possession.'


The Evocation Of Perspective Diagrams In Wallace Stevens's "To An Old Philosopher In Rome", Nevin Mayer 2010 John Carroll University

The Evocation Of Perspective Diagrams In Wallace Stevens's "To An Old Philosopher In Rome", Nevin Mayer

Nevin J Mayer

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Bluebird, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

Bluebird, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

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Two Hours: 15 Minutes, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

Two Hours: 15 Minutes, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

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The Pot, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

The Pot, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

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The Path, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

The Path, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

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Modelos Masculinos Y Violencia En Sanctuary Y Crónica De Una Muerte Anunciada, Cesar Valverde 2010 Illinois Wesleyan University

Modelos Masculinos Y Violencia En Sanctuary Y Crónica De Una Muerte Anunciada, Cesar Valverde

Cesar Valverde

This essay analyzes how two novels, William Faulkner’s Sanctuary and Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s Chronicle of a Death Foretold, present masculine models that juxtapose power and violence during times of social crisis. Both novels present violent masculinities that overcome peaceful masculinities, in conflicts that result in murders and rapes; but rather than acuse the individuals responsible for the violent acts, the texts point out the social mechanisms that inexorably move the authors of the crimes. In both works we also see violence against women and resulting public deaths of men wrongly accused, which happen due to an inability to ...


Modelos Masculinos Y Violencia En "Sanctuary" Y "Crónica De Una Muerte Anunciada", Cesar Valverde 2010 Illinois Wesleyan University

Modelos Masculinos Y Violencia En "Sanctuary" Y "Crónica De Una Muerte Anunciada", Cesar Valverde

Cesar Valverde

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The Man In The Text: Desire, Masculinity, And The Development Of Poe's Detective Fiction, Peter J. Goodwin 2010 Selected Works

The Man In The Text: Desire, Masculinity, And The Development Of Poe's Detective Fiction, Peter J. Goodwin

Peter J Goodwin

This article finds the kernel of Poe's detective fiction in his investigations into the construction of "gentlemanliness" that he began at Burton's Gentleman's Magazine. As precursors to Poe's tales of ratiocination, "The Man That Was Used Up" and "The Man of the Crowd" train the reader not to expect a satisfying conclusion to the mystery surrounding masculinity that the author has woven. In "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," the homoerotic desire to apprehend an integral masculine subject ends in frustration bordering on the absurd. In thus undermining the American ideal of masculinity as unified, integral ...


The Setting Sun, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

The Setting Sun, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

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Pool Party, Holly Butchyk 2010 Trinity College

Pool Party, Holly Butchyk

Holly Butchyk

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Wordsworth And Milton: The Prelude And Paradise Lost, Colin McCormack 2010 Providence College

Wordsworth And Milton: The Prelude And Paradise Lost, Colin Mccormack

English Student Papers

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The James Brothers And The Tragic Beauty Of Individualism, Corey Plante 2010 Providence College

The James Brothers And The Tragic Beauty Of Individualism, Corey Plante

English Student Papers

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The Grotesque Gospel Of Buechner’S Godric, Emily Burris Geary 2010 Cedarville University

The Grotesque Gospel Of Buechner’S Godric, Emily Burris Geary

English Seminar Capstone Research Papers

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Multiple Factors Of “Insideness” And “Outsideness”: Exploring Why Gilead Is Both A Place Of Insideness And Outsideness For Ames And Jack, Whitney Burch 2010 Cedarville University

Multiple Factors Of “Insideness” And “Outsideness”: Exploring Why Gilead Is Both A Place Of Insideness And Outsideness For Ames And Jack, Whitney Burch

English Seminar Capstone Research Papers

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Examining Early And Recent Criticism Of The Waste Land: A Reassessment, Tyler E. Anderson Mr. 2010 University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Examining Early And Recent Criticism Of The Waste Land: A Reassessment, Tyler E. Anderson Mr.

Dissertations, Theses, and Student Research: Department of English

My thesis will closely examine recent trends in criticism of "The Waste Land," namely the ideological rebuttal against the New Critics proposed by recent historicists such as Lawrence Rainey. I will show that Rainey has unfairly characterized the so-called New Critics as supporting a reading of the poem that only sees it for a work of order and unity while in fact they acknowledged many organizational inconsistencies within the text. A central tenet of my thesis will be that ideological characterizations of earlier critics should never substitute actual close readings of the texts themselves. My findings will lead to broader ...


Your Presence Is Requested At Suvanto, Maile Chapman 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Your Presence Is Requested At Suvanto, Maile Chapman

UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones

This creative dissertation is a novel set in a fictional private hospital on the southwestern coast of Finland. The main character, Sunny Taylor, is an American nurse whose loneliness and isolation give the novel its distant emotional atmosphere and outsider’s perspective on life in Finland (a densely forested country long perceived as linguistically, culturally, and geographically remote from the rest of Europe). Other main characters include a reserved, chronically ill Finnish woman born before independence from Russia and educated as an architect; an unpleasant expatriate Danish woman who once gave ballroom dance lessons in Finnish cafés; an American obstetrician ...


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