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Le Moi Double: Les Inconscients (Post)Coloniaux Chez Césaire Et Breton, Emma A. Krosschell Jun 2011

Le Moi Double: Les Inconscients (Post)Coloniaux Chez Césaire Et Breton, Emma A. Krosschell

Honors Theses

This thesis analyzes the poetic works of two French-speaking surrealist poets of the twentieth century, Aimé Césaire and André Breton. Despite their common point of surrealism, Césaire and Breton's poems differ because of their identities in a society afflicted by Western colonization. Using the literary theories of postcolonialism as a perspective for the analysis of Breton and Césaire's poems, I show that both men have a double consciousness based on the complicated influence of a colonizing society. Literary criticism of postcolonialism examines individual identities in colonial societies in relation to their symbolic position as "colonist" or "colonized." Césaire ...


Writing The Nothing That Is: A Review Of 'Visiting Wallace', Brian Glaser May 2011

Writing The Nothing That Is: A Review Of 'Visiting Wallace', Brian Glaser

English Faculty Articles and Research

Brian Glaser reviews "'Visiting Wallace: Poems Inspired by the Life and Work of Wallace Stevens", edited by Dennis Barone and James Finnegan.


Sublett Family (Sc 146), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Mar 2011

Sublett Family (Sc 146), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid and scan (Click on "additional files" below) for Manuscripts Small Collection 146. Bill of Charles Sublett for tanning calf skin, 1808; tax receipt (fragment) to Charles Sublett, Warren County, Kentucky, 1817; promissory note signed by William Sublett, 1826; three notes on religious doctrine; scrapbook of articles and poems about Kentucky and Kentuckians compiled by Paul H. Murphy, 1932.


0786: James B. Justice Collection, 2009-2011, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 2011

0786: James B. Justice Collection, 2009-2011, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

This collection consists of two black boxes, each with the same content. Each box contains manuscript pages for various creative endeavors by James B. Justice and others, including poetry, an opera, and visual arts, as well as a CD containing the music for the opera. Selected works include a book called Idle Moments and an opera The Old Shoe Blues. A full list of the contents of the box, as typed by the author, can be found in the container list section of the finding aid.


A Pearl Among Peas: Sir Gawain And The Green Knight As Post-Homiletic In Retrospective Perspective, Stacy Allura Hostetter Jan 2011

A Pearl Among Peas: Sir Gawain And The Green Knight As Post-Homiletic In Retrospective Perspective, Stacy Allura Hostetter

Undergraduate Honors Theses

The MS Cotton Nero A.x. is a late fourteenth-century vellum manuscript that stands roughly 167 millimeters tall and 118 millimeters wide and resides for viewing pleasure, though safely secured from prying fingers, at the British Library in London. Within its pages lie four poems, presumably by the same anonymous author who is variously referred to as either the Pearl-poet or the Gawain-poet in credit to the manuscript's two most famous works respectively. It is the latter, an alliterative poem titled Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, that this paper humbly, yet eagerly, pays court. An Arthurian tale that ...


Woodwords, Carol Harrington Jan 2011

Woodwords, Carol Harrington

EWU Masters Thesis Collection

No abstract provided.


"The Witch" In The Boston Review, Elizabeth Willis Dec 2010

"The Witch" In The Boston Review, Elizabeth Willis

Elizabeth Willis

No abstract provided.


Small Is Beautiful (The Buddha Correspondence), Frank Pommersheim Dec 2010

Small Is Beautiful (The Buddha Correspondence), Frank Pommersheim

Frank Pommersheim

Poetry chapbook by Frank Pommersheim.


Five Poems From Address In Sybilla, Elizabeth Willis Dec 2010

Five Poems From Address In Sybilla, Elizabeth Willis

Elizabeth Willis

No abstract provided.