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The beginning of Willa Cather's European journeys: Fourteen travel articles from 1902
Transcending stereotyped motherhood: The social construction of mothers under duress in Toni Morrison's "Beloved" and "Song of Solomon" and Cynthia Ozick's "The Shawl" and "The Cannibal Galaxy"
The Catherian cathedral: A study of Gothic cathedral iconography in Willa Cather's fiction
Unraveling religiosity: Deconstructing rationalism and fundamentalism in Flannery O'Connor's rural male characters
On the wonder of mentors never met: A memoir of a reading life: Part One
A convergence of eagles: Flannery O'Connor and Walt Whitman
Kindling, Ashes: A novel in verse
Chaim Melcer's "Voice from the Forest: Remembering the Holocaust"
A tear with a smile: The impact of spouses' expected versus unexpected death on the adjustment period of widows
Morphing the Gothic: The new voice of Gothic literature among contemporary women writers
Out of Africa and south of the border: Paul Bowles' literary work in the western tropics
The construction of Midwestern literary regionalism in Sinclair Lewis's and Louise Erdrich's novels: Regional and cultural influences on Carol Kennicott and Fleur Pillager
Words to action: The Transcendental influence on the American reform movement of the 1800s
Victorio's Passway: A novel
James Jones: A tribute to a conflicted combat veteran
A tale of two women: Re-envisioning Zeena Frome and Myra Henshawe
"Ballet knowledge": Emily Dickinson and the ballet "Giselle, ou Les Wilis"
Zona Gale: Pulitzer playwright, social activist, 20th century literary comet
Home, freedom, and parabolic space: Spatial imagery in the works of Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Sarah Orne Jewett, and Rose Terry Cooke
Propaganda Wars: Reconstructing Cultural Identity through the Drama of the Celtic Revival and the Harlem Renaissance
Fresh Snow on a Fallen Tree: The Work of Elegy in a Posthumanist World
Famine: A Historical Novel
Willa Cather, migrant intellectual: Reading Cather's novels using theories of migration and diaspora
Willa Cather's Use of the Natural Environment as a Psychological Sanctuary in Her "Novels of Feeling"
Dialogism, carnival, and the grotesque act in American counterculture literature
Veils, masks, and mannequins: The art of dressing character and scene in Willa Cather's theatre of fiction
Mortuus Mox: The Pedagogical Approach To Cadaveric Dissection In The United States And The Anatomy Of The Corpse Poem
Time for a Culturally Relevant Pedagogy: Spoken Word Poetry in Urban Schools
Men of Gold and Copper
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