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Struck by aesthetics: Recuperating folk drama
Mobile modernity: Transportation in the works of F. Scott Fitzgerald and Ernest Hemingway
Classifying the South: Library of Congress subject headings and their impact upon United States southern literature
Nature's place in Zora Neale Hurston's "John Redding Goes to Sea," "Magnolia Flower," and "Sweat"
The concept of nature in American Transcendentalism: Emerson and Thoreau appropriating Kant
The Far Winter
Mother's Forgotten Garden
Smoothing out the rough edges: Postcolonial spaces and postcolonial subjectivities in "Le petit prince de Belleville" and "The Celestial Jukebox"
Wool and Water
Isle of Bones
The War within Houses
Bleeding roots: The absence and evidence of the lynched black female body
That's so last century: Fashion and modality in Melville's "Typee"
A good woman is hard to find: Discovering the voice of the woman satirist in Flannery O'Connor's "Wise Blood"
Meis oculis: Eyes in the early poetry of T. S. Eliot
Hanging in the balance: The lure of Nietzsche's Apollonian and Dionysiac impulses in Kate Chopin's "The Awakening"
The compass of human will in realism and fantasy: A reading of "Sister Carrie" and "The King of Elfland's Daughter"
The Light That Calls Them Back
Judge, jury, and executioner: The fate of the insane in Tennessee Williams' "Suddenly Last Summer"
A dark, uncertain fate: Homophobia, graphic novels, and queer identity
John Updike: The role of women in his short fiction
Charles Finney's "The Circus of Dr. Lao": An epistemological fantasy
A gendered approach to synaesthesia using the poetry of John Keats and Emily Dickinson
Teaching Night in the secondary classroom
The Rastafari presence in Toni Morrison's "Tar Baby", "Beloved", and "Song of Solomon"
Strange time: Block universes and strange loop phenomena in two novels by Kurt Vonnegut
The symbiosis between the individual and society in Ralph Waldo Emerson's "The American Scholar," "History," and "Politics"
Author-ity, privilege and violation: The role of the subaltern and the intellectual in the novels of Julia Alvarez
Drawing desires performance: Dominance and submission in Will Eisner's "The Spirit" and Alan Moore's "Watchmen"
The ecstatic Whitman: The body and Sufistic influences in "Leaves of Grass"
A literary history of sugarcane discourse in the works of James Grainger and Junot Diaz
"Room for you and me": An ethical critique of noncanonical labor literature
Hope on the horizon: Mordecai Roshwald, Cordwainer Smith, and James Tiptree Jr. look into the future
The history of Kakawangwa
The rhetoric of unity in a pluralistic early America
Under construction: Positive-negative space in Faulkner and beyond
Add It Up
Mind the gap: Overcoming dualities in Motor City, USA
The reality of fiction: Diagnosing white culture through the lens of mother/nature in Zora Neale Hurston's "Seraph on the Suwanee"
The philosophy of the animal in 20th century literature
Let them run wild: Childhood, the nineteenth-century storyteller, and the ascent of the moon
Existential consciousness, redemption, and Buddhist allusions in the work of Saul Bellow
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