To Fabullus (Invitation) By Catullus, 2017 Barnet and Southgate College, London
To Fabullus (Invitation) By Catullus, Ranald A. Barnicot
Translated from Latin by Ranald Barnicot
In Jerusalem By Tamim Al-Barghouti, 2017 University of Alberta
In Jerusalem By Tamim Al-Barghouti, Houssem Ben Lazreg
Translated from Arabic by Houssem Ben Lazreg
Gina, Steamers On The Havel, I Made My Landing On An Island Where..., And Both Day And Evening Now Began To Seep By Georg Heym, 2017 Tennessee Wesleyan University
Gina, Steamers On The Havel, I Made My Landing On An Island Where..., And Both Day And Evening Now Began To Seep By Georg Heym, William A. Ruleman Iii
Translated from German by William Ruleman
Poor Rutebeuf By Rutebeuf/ Leo Ferré, 2017 University of Toronto
Poor Rutebeuf By Rutebeuf/ Leo Ferré, Roger Greenwald
Translated from French by Roger Greenwald
Standing And The Ninth Floor Again: The Military Hospital By Sghaier Ouled Ahmed, 2017 University of Tunis, Tunis
Standing And The Ninth Floor Again: The Military Hospital By Sghaier Ouled Ahmed, Hager Ben Driss
Translated from Arabic by Hager Ben Driss
Excerpts From And Here's The Song By Hélène Sanguinetti, 2017 Sarah Lawrence College
Excerpts From And Here's The Song By Hélène Sanguinetti, Ann Cefola
Translated from French by Ann Cefola
Woe To Those... By Jakob Van Hoddis And Mystery And Crime And Elderly Couple By Yaak Karsunke, 2017 Saint Louis University
Woe To Those... By Jakob Van Hoddis And Mystery And Crime And Elderly Couple By Yaak Karsunke, Gregory Divers
Translated from German by Gregory Divers
Four Love Poems From One Hundred Poems Of The Dharma Gate By Jakuzen, 2017 University of Massachusetts - Amherst
Four Love Poems From One Hundred Poems Of The Dharma Gate By Jakuzen, Stephen D. Miller, Patrick Donnelly
Translated from Japanese and Chinese by Stephen D. Miller and Patrick Donnelly
Four Poems From Sonnets Pour Hélène By Pierre De Ronsard, 2017 Sarah Lawrence College
Four Poems From Sonnets Pour Hélène By Pierre De Ronsard, Ann Lauinger
Translated from French by Ann Lauinger.
Excerpts From The Clutter Of Words By Suzanne Alaywan, 2017 University of Toronto
Excerpts From The Clutter Of Words By Suzanne Alaywan, Nina Youkhanna
Translated from Arabic by Nina Youkhanna
Foreword, 2017 Western Michigan University
Foreword, Molly Lynde-Recchia
No abstract provided.
Transference Vol. 5, Fall 2017, 2017 Western Michigan University
Transference Vol. 5, Fall 2017
No abstract provided.
"And A Sad Ditty Of This Story Born": Regeneration Through Decay In John Keats's Isabella, 2017 The University of Southern Mississippi
"And A Sad Ditty Of This Story Born": Regeneration Through Decay In John Keats's Isabella, Erica Van Schaik
John Keats’s Isabella; or the Pot of Basil (1818) has been read, like many of Keats’s of works, as an allegory for the death that surrounded the poet and his life’s tragic circumstances. Isabella has also been studied in regard to its gothic horror elements. Such previous readings identify a theme of mortality and decay within the poem, but I argue these themes serve a larger purpose, one related to the possibilities created by regeneration. Isabella, a young woman whose lover, Lorenzo, is murdered by her own brothers, removes Lorenzo’s head from his corpse and places ...
Anatomía Comparada De La Representación De La Muerte En La Literatura Española Transatlántica Durante El Ocaso De La Edad Media Y El Renacimiento, 2017 University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Anatomía Comparada De La Representación De La Muerte En La Literatura Española Transatlántica Durante El Ocaso De La Edad Media Y El Renacimiento, Miguel Ángel Albújar Escuredo
Theses, Dissertations, Student Research: Modern Languages and Literatures
The main goal of this project is to dissect how death is represented during the Late Middle Ages, the Renaissance and the beginning of the phenomenon of colonization of America carried out by the Spanish Empire, all of it by means of reviewing the representations in Spanish literary works of those times. This is accomplished by comparing works diachronically in order to reveal the main thematic variations between them. To that effect, representative models are taken from the literary canon in Spanish that involves texts since the Late Middle Ages until the first modernity, also known as the Renaissance. This ...
Transnational Uses Of Mafia Imagery In Zadie Smith’S White Teeth, 2017 NUI Galway
Transnational Uses Of Mafia Imagery In Zadie Smith’S White Teeth, Andrea Ciribuco
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture
In his article "Transnational Uses of Mafia Imagery in Zadie Smith's White Teeth" Andrea Ciribuco discusses the literary representation of multiculturalism in Zadie Smith's first novel, White Teeth (2000). The novel focuses on multicultural encounters in Great Britain in the second half of the twentieth century. This article focuses on one site for these encounters: the character of Millat Iqbal, who joins a gang of teenagers and subsequently a radical Islamic group in his problematic search for identity and belonging. This search is characterized by Millat's tendency to define himself by reference to well-known pop-cultural Mafia figures ...
Medieval Literature And Young Adult Fiction: A Comparison Of Chaucer And Sarah J. Maas, 2017 Honors College, Pace University
Medieval Literature And Young Adult Fiction: A Comparison Of Chaucer And Sarah J. Maas, Dana Cuadrado
Honors College Theses
The medieval works of Geoffrey Chaucer and the contemporary works of Sarah J. Maas employ three of the same themes: forbidden love, insta-love, and love triangles. These themes are based in the medieval literary tradition of courtly love as first written by Andreas Cappellanus in the twelfth century. Sarah J. Maas is a contemporary author of the young adult fantasy series A Court of Thorns and Roses that follows a young girl who by magical circumstances becomes romantically involved with two male faeries. This modern series portrays the same themes that Chaucer’s works of Troilus and Criseyde and The ...
Women And Carriages In 17th-Century Aragonese Burlesque Poetry, 2017 CUNY Graduate Center
Women And Carriages In 17th-Century Aragonese Burlesque Poetry, Almudena Vidorreta
Publications and Research
During the 17th century, literature turned the growing number of carriages into a burlesque topic. There were countless poems written about traffic jams, accidents, or the proper way to ask a friend for a carriage, often considered a symbol of status. Literary references to carriages can tell us many things about the men and women who used them, as well as about gender stereotypes. Women and carriages were understood as interconnected elements in Early Modern Spain; carriages appear as a means to conquer feminine muses as well as a recurrent satirical topic even for women poets. This article analyzes some ...
Projecting Culture Through Literary Exportation: How Imitation In Scandinavian Crime Fiction Reveals Regional Mores, 2017 East Tennessee State University
Projecting Culture Through Literary Exportation: How Imitation In Scandinavian Crime Fiction Reveals Regional Mores, Bradley Hartsell
Electronic Theses and Dissertations
This thesis reexamines the beginnings of Swedish hardboiled crime literature, in part tracking its lineage to American culture and unpacking Swedish identity. Following the introduction, the second chapter asserts how this genre began as a form of escapism, specifically in Maj Sjöwall and Per Wahlöö’s Roseanna. The third chapter compares predecessor Raymond Chandler’s The Big Sleep with Roseanna, and how Sweden’s greater gender tolerance significantly outshining America’s is reflected in literature. The fourth chapter examines how Henning Mankell’s novels fail to fully accept Sweden’s complicity in neo-Nazism as an active component of Swedish identity ...
Black Australia ‘Writes Back’ To The Literary Traditions Of Empire, 2017 University of Ljubljana
Black Australia ‘Writes Back’ To The Literary Traditions Of Empire, Danica Čerče
CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture
I In her article "Black Australia 'Writes Back' to the Literary Traditions of Empire" Danica Čerče discusses the verse of Australian Indigenous authors Romaine Moreton and Alf Taylor, notable for the overt objection to the institutional and historical processes. These have enabled and maintained the dominant position of those identified as white on the one hand, and the concomitant political, economic, and cultural subordination of Indigenous Australians on the other. Focused on strategies and poetic devices used by the two poets to engage non-Indigenous readers in the experience of their writing, the article examines how the rhetoric of their critique ...
Forging Alliances Across Fronteras: Transnational Narratives Of Female Migration And The Family, Vanessa De Veritch Woodside
Vanessa de Veritch Woodside
This dissertation examines the effects of transnational migration on women with particular attention to the (re-)negotiation of personal and cultural identity resulting from the adoption of novel roles within Chicana narratives of Mexican migration. Chapter One offers a historical background regarding the U.S.-Mexico border, (im)migration, and more specifically, women and migration, as well as an overview of pertinent Chicano migrant literature that serves as an appropriate point of departure for discussion of Chicana re-writings of such texts. This discussion offers border feminism as a framework for analyzing the representation of evolving feminine roles and familial configurations ...