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Check and mate: Chaucer's clerical tale of oppression, submission, and obligation
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Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre and nineteenth-century Christianity
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"Against either scale": analyzing Jesuitical equivocation in the porter scene in William Shakespeare's Macbeth
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The Role of Tiresias in T. S. Eliot's The Waste land
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Style, rhetoric, and ambiguity in Henry James's The Turn of the screw
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Perspective made visible: the intellectual relationship of Ralph Ellison and Kenneth Burke
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Children of Immigrants
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Aesthetic humanism: the radical romantic vision of Blake and Byron
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The Politics of cultural trauma and violence in Junot Díaz's The Brief wondrous life of Oscar Wao
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Violence begetting reverence: natural evil as "the pulsebeat of the world" in Cormac McCarthy's Blood meridian
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Performance and grief: an analysis of Djuna Barnes's Nightwood
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The Great Gatsby and the struggle for wealth, purity, and the pursuit of identity
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Context: reading and writing in today's world
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The Wife of Bath's true quest for sovereignty
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Nobody’s Damn Business: A Collection of Autobiographical Essays
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An Open Dialogue: the Necessity of Teaching the Narrative and Reading the Memoir in Academic Writing Courses
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Through the Valley
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In the Realm of the Shadow: Conjuring Black Supernaturalism in Stowe, Morrison and Hurston
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A Geology of Fear: The Prospect of Language in Cormac McCarthy’s Blood Meridian, No Country For Old Men, and The Road
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Different Branches of the Same Tree: Ecophobia and the Common Roots of Oppression in the Novels of Toni Morrison
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An emerging Hmong rhetoric
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Girls just wanna have fun: the truth behind the desiring nun archetype and the stereotypical use of the convent as a setting in the 18th century literature of Aphra Behn and Eliza Haywood
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Othello: a tragedy of perception
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Persistence, completion, and the basic writer
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Ghosts, zombies, and angels: an exploration of metaphysics and the possibility of redemption in W. G. Sebald's prose narratives
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Rogue feminism: Reframing digital feminist rhetorics in academia
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Academic Literacy Acquisition (ALA)
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Poetic drama in Love's Labor's Lost.
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Narrative method in Mrs. Dalloway and To the Lighthouse.
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The politics of imperialism: Henry V.
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Into the North.
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From a narrow street.
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El barrio del hueso: a collection of stories.
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A Spanish lexicon for Finnegans Wake.
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Melville's fair maidens/dark ladies victims, and vixens.
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A Lexical and Syntactical Analysis of Beowulf: a comparative analysis between the original manuscript and many translations of the 19th- and 20th-centuries
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"Rooms, streets, streets, rooms": seeing one's self in the spaces of Mrs. Dalloway and Good Morning, Midnight
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Sappho of Lesbos: influences in English literature and art
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The colonization of Quincey Morris: the American other in Bram Stoker's Dracula
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Darkness visible: Milton, seventeenth- century perspectives, and the changing Miltonic Canon
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In formal contexts: the paratextual features of historiographic metafiction
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The dance of the salmon.
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Ever-Becoming Whitman: mythic perceptions cast long showers
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Face to face.
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From Yemen to Oakland
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The best of all possible worlds
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Dreaming in landscape
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A study of the growth and development of Shylock's consciousness in The Merchant of Venice.
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Measured achievement within an individualized reading program.
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Martha Quest and her men in Doris Lessing's Children of violence : from self-denial to selfhood.
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Shakespeare's tragedy of Coriolanus: an interpretation
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A stone's throw.
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Metamorphosis and metaphysics: an exploration of man and beast, good and evil, Christian and Pagan through Dichotomous Werewolves of the Middle Ages
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Shakespeare as wordsmith of feeling: a stylistic analysis of word formation in Hamlet, King Lear, and The Tempest
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“I Have Suffered With Those That I Saw Suffer”: Proximity, Trauma, and Shakespeare’s Tragic Women
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The familiar distance
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Donebury's bargain: exercises in the craft of prose fiction composition.
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Buchi Emecheta: a woman writes back
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A study of sexual conflict in three poems of William Blake: The archetype of the triple female in "The mental traveller," "The crystal cabinet," and "The golden net".
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The legend that is hers as well as mine: a nonlinear dynamic approach to the mother/daughter relationship in eavan boland’s “The Pomegranate”
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Wild Pearls: a collection of poems.
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The influence of Gertrude Stein on Hemingway as a writer.
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Developing conscientious citizens: interdisciplinary units using young adult dystopian novels
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The table's birthday.
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Winter and Spring: A Memoir
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