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1994

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Index 1 (1981-1994), Lawrence Wells Dec 1994

Index 1 (1981-1994), Lawrence Wells

Faulkner Newsletter and Yoknapatawpha Review

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 12/1994, Community Pride Reporter Dec 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 12/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 11/1994, Community Pride Reporter Nov 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 11/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Vol. 14, No. 4 (1994), John Egerton Oct 1994

Vol. 14, No. 4 (1994), John Egerton

Faulkner Newsletter and Yoknapatawpha Review

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 10/1994, Community Pride Reporter Oct 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 10/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 09/1994, Community Pride Reporter Sep 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 09/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 08/1994, Community Pride Reporter Aug 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 08/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Vol. 14, No. 3 (1994), Samuel M. Turney, Thomas M. Verich, M. Thomas Inge, John Ruemmler, Wendy Goldberg Jul 1994

Vol. 14, No. 3 (1994), Samuel M. Turney, Thomas M. Verich, M. Thomas Inge, John Ruemmler, Wendy Goldberg

Faulkner Newsletter and Yoknapatawpha Review

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 07/1994, Community Pride Reporter Jul 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 07/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


A Literary Evaluation Of Black Female Interaction In Toni Morrison's "Beloved", "Sula," "Jazz", Carol Ann Davenport Jul 1994

A Literary Evaluation Of Black Female Interaction In Toni Morrison's "Beloved", "Sula," "Jazz", Carol Ann Davenport

English Theses & Dissertations

This Master's thesis consists of three chapters that examine the roles, circumstances and effects of racism and sexism on the black female characters in three of Toni Morrison's novels, Beloved, Sula and Jazz. I propose that the elements of racism and sexism have left the female characters, Sethe, Denver, Ella, etc. in Beloved with few choices in life. Further, I suggest that the theme of "choice versus no choice" perpetuates hatred and self-hatred among black women and results in "metaphoric scarring." I explore in the characters, Sula, Eva, Hannah, Nel, and the black Bottom women, the damage inflicted ...


Community Pride Reporter, 06/1994, Community Pride Reporter Jun 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 06/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 05/1994, Community Pride Reporter May 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 05/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Women Without Men: Hemingway's Female Characters, Kelly Brillhart May 1994

Women Without Men: Hemingway's Female Characters, Kelly Brillhart

Mahurin Honors College Capstone Experience/Thesis Projects

Ernest Hemingway wrote four major novels and dozens of short stories during his long career as one of America's preeminent twentieth century writers. Both during his lifetime and after his death, critics have written extensively about his work, analyzing it, interpreting it, and evaluating it. Perhaps the most debated aspect of the canon is Hemingway's treatment of female characters. In the past, critics tended to arrange Hemingway's heroines into categories, frequently dividing them into two groups: the bitches and the goddesses. More recent criticism eschews the restrictions of categories, focusing on the women as individuals and attempting ...


Vol. 14, No. 2 (1994), Tina H. Hahn, William E. Strickland, M. Thomas Inge Apr 1994

Vol. 14, No. 2 (1994), Tina H. Hahn, William E. Strickland, M. Thomas Inge

Faulkner Newsletter and Yoknapatawpha Review

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 04/1994, Community Pride Reporter Apr 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 04/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 03/1994, Community Pride Reporter Mar 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 03/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 02/1994, Community Pride Reporter Feb 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 02/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


The Problem Of Time In Thomas Wolfe's "Look Homeward, Angel", Patrick M. Curran Jan 1994

The Problem Of Time In Thomas Wolfe's "Look Homeward, Angel", Patrick M. Curran

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Does "Little Women" Belittle Women?: Female Influence In Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women", Anjali Prasad Jan 1994

Does "Little Women" Belittle Women?: Female Influence In Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women", Anjali Prasad

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Gender-Based Behavior In "A Streetcar Named Desire", Jordan Davis Jan 1994

Gender-Based Behavior In "A Streetcar Named Desire", Jordan Davis

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Richard Wright And Ralph Ellison: Conflicting Masculinities, H. Alexander Nejako Jan 1994

Richard Wright And Ralph Ellison: Conflicting Masculinities, H. Alexander Nejako

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Popular Culture, Thomas Beer, And The Making Of "The Sound And The Fury", Lynn Dorsey Define Jan 1994

Popular Culture, Thomas Beer, And The Making Of "The Sound And The Fury", Lynn Dorsey Define

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Vol. 14, No. 1 (1994), Tommy Covington, Seymour Lawrence Jan 1994

Vol. 14, No. 1 (1994), Tommy Covington, Seymour Lawrence

Faulkner Newsletter and Yoknapatawpha Review

No abstract provided.


The Faulkner Newsletter Collected Issues, William Boozer, Dean Faulkner Wells, Lawrence Wells Jan 1994

The Faulkner Newsletter Collected Issues, William Boozer, Dean Faulkner Wells, Lawrence Wells

Faulkner Newsletter and Yoknapatawpha Review

Introductory material to accompany the 1994 publication of The Faulkner Newsletter Collected Issues by Yoknapatawpha Press (ISBN 0916242668). The volume reprinted the first 54 issues of the publication along with an index compiled by the publishers. Includes a "Letter from the Publishers", their bios, and an introduction by William Boozer.


Cultural Determinism In "Their Eyes Were Watching God", Lynda Ann Thompson Jan 1994

Cultural Determinism In "Their Eyes Were Watching God", Lynda Ann Thompson

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


William Carlos Williams's "Spring And All": The Oneness Of Experience, Molly Elayne Jones Jan 1994

William Carlos Williams's "Spring And All": The Oneness Of Experience, Molly Elayne Jones

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Male Moral Irresponsibility In Theodore Dreiser's "An American Tragedy", Dana B. Castle Jan 1994

Male Moral Irresponsibility In Theodore Dreiser's "An American Tragedy", Dana B. Castle

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.


Community Pride Reporter, 01/1994, Community Pride Reporter Jan 1994

Community Pride Reporter, 01/1994, Community Pride Reporter

Community Pride Reporter (1993-1999)

No abstract provided.


The Political-Domestics: Sectional Issues In American Women's Fiction, 1852-1867, Beverly Peterson Jan 1994

The Political-Domestics: Sectional Issues In American Women's Fiction, 1852-1867, Beverly Peterson

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

This is a study of five novels written by American women during the middle of the nineteenth century. The novels are Aunt Phillis's Cabin (1852) by Mary Henderson Eastman, Northwood (1827 and 1852) by Sarah Josepha Hale, The Planter's Northern Bride (1854) by Carolyn Lee Hentz, Macaria (1864) by Augusta Evans, and Cameron Hall (1867) by Mary Anne Cruse. In advancing their authors' opinions on sectional issues like slavery and secession, these novels make overt political statements of a kind not usually associated with writers of domestic fiction.;All of the novels in this study conform in some ...


Putting Masculinity Into Words: Hemingway's Critique And Manipulation Of American Manhood, Timothy L. Barnard Jan 1994

Putting Masculinity Into Words: Hemingway's Critique And Manipulation Of American Manhood, Timothy L. Barnard

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

No abstract provided.