Considerando... "Considerando En Frío, Imparcialmente...",
Considerando... "Considerando En Frío, Imparcialmente...", Lolo Reyero
INTI: Revista de literatura hispánica
No abstract provided.
"The Story Of The Monkey And The Turtle": An Illustrated Retelling Of A Folktale From The Phillipines,
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
"The Story Of The Monkey And The Turtle": An Illustrated Retelling Of A Folktale From The Philippines, Sonia Jackson
Senior Thesis Projects, 2008
No abstract provided.
Flying Man And Falling Man: Remembering And Forgetting 9/11,
Xavier University - Cincinnati
Flying Man And Falling Man: Remembering And Forgetting 9/11, Graley Herren
No abstract provided.
Red Star Studded Chaos: Sex Scandal,
Eastern Illinois University
Red Star Studded Chaos: Sex Scandal, Juan Salas
Leon de Cruz is a fame hungry journalist that published sex pictures of the greatest pop group in the world: Red Star Studded Chaos. The group was genetically engineered to be physically perfect and live a minimum of 10,000 years without aging. Leon's news article about the group catapults him into international superstardom, and RSSC's only rival, a recently founded Christian pop group called Properness, wants to manipulate Leon into using his new found fame to write a novel that condemns the very debauchery RSSC stands for.
Looking to capitalize on the chaos sparked by the sex photographs, Properness's management …
Virginia Commonwealth University
Robert Catherine, Sarah Nelson Rupp
Theses and Dissertations
Robert Catherine is an experimental augmented reality novel engaged in the speculative realist question: What is the point to anything if everything?
A perverted and downwardly mobile Richmond millennial man quarantined because of the Coronavirus writes a series of creative non-fiction essays for his girlfriend about suicide, panic attacks, ADHD, DNA testing, capitalism, depression, and sexual repression.
Cuentos Cortos Sobre Terrorismo De Estado En Argentina: Lecturas, Análisis Y Usos / Short Stories About Argentina’S State Terrorism: Readings, Analysis And Uses,
SIT Study Abroad
Cuentos Cortos Sobre Terrorismo De Estado En Argentina: Lecturas, Análisis Y Usos / Short Stories About Argentina’S State Terrorism: Readings, Analysis And Uses, Shannon Anderson
Independent Study Project (ISP) Collection
Esta investigación estudia los cuentos cortos relacionados con el tema del terrorismo de estado que pasó desde 1976 hasta 1983 en Argentina. A través de 8 cuentos cortos de diferentes décadas en y después de la dictadura cívico-militar (desde 1976 hasta 2019) y autores diversos/as femeninas y masculinos, examino las maneras en que este genero de la literatura muestra los contextos históricos, sociales y políticos del tiempo de la publicación de cada cuento. También, incorporo las perspectivas de personas involucradas en el estudio y la promoción de la literatura de este tema a través de entrevistas personales que examinan el …
Christian Morality In J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord Of The Rings,
Loma Linda University
Christian Morality In J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord Of The Rings, Lari E. Mobley
Loma Linda University Electronic Theses, Dissertations & Projects
[Abstract not included]
"La Llorona": Evolución, Ideología Y Uso En El Mundo Hispano,
Louisiana State University
"La Llorona": Evolución, Ideología Y Uso En El Mundo Hispano, Raquel Sáenz-Llano
LSU Master's Theses
This thesis studies the evolution, ideology and use of the myth of La Llorona through time in the Hispanic World. Considering this myth as one of the most known traditional narratives of the American continent, I begin by providing visual, ethnohistorical and ethnographical insights of weeping in Mesoamerica and South America and the specific mention of a weeping woman in some Spanish chronicles to say how western values were stablished in “the new continent” through this legend. I suggest that during the postcolonialism the legend did not tell anymore about a mother that cries and search a place for their …
Dazai's Women: Dazai Osamu And His Female Narrators,
Portland State University
Dazai's Women: Dazai Osamu And His Female Narrators, Jamie Walden Cox
Dissertations and Theses
Dazai Osamu (born Tsushima Shûji) was a post-WWII writer who wrote a number of works using a female narrator. This thesis research focused on the reasons as to why Dazai may have written using female narratives, taking into consideration the time period and social milieu in which he was writing, as well as his own personal history with women. In addition, the history of male authors utilizing female narratives was explored, as well as the ideas of gender in the Japanese arts. Dazai works were also compared with Tankizaki Junichirô's to see how the roles of women in their works …
What Is The Female Gaze In Literature?,
The University of Akron
What Is The Female Gaze In Literature?, Cadence Dangerfield
Williams Honors College, Honors Research Projects
Just as Laura Mulvey defined the male gaze, feminist scholars are constantly working to identify a female gaze in visual arts and literature. Does it exist? This project works to answer the following questions: What is the female gaze? Is it simply the male gaze in reverse, or is it something more, a lens encompassing the desire of intimacy instead of an inherent sexual desire? To find the answer, or at least one possible answer that I can situate myself and my writing into, I plan to read both fiction and scholarship and write utilizing a female character as she …