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Limiting interpretive possibilities in Beckett and Calvino
Radicalism at sea: Literary pirates in "Emmanuel Appadocca" and "The Scar"
Revis(it)ing Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness": Women, symbolism, and resistance
Tolkien's "The Silmarillion": A reexamination of providence
The food of fools: An analysis of the Fools' gustatory imagery in "King Lear"
Spenser's spiritual vision: "The Faerie Queene" as a teleological romance
Meis oculis: Eyes in the early poetry of T. S. Eliot
Power politics: Gender and power in Mary Elizabeth Braddon's "Lady Audley's Secret" and Wilkie Collins's "No Name"
The compass of human will in realism and fantasy: A reading of "Sister Carrie" and "The King of Elfland's Daughter"
Polysemy in John Milton's "Paradise Lost"
I'll be your mirror: Reflections on doubling and the processing of aggression in the (post)modern fairy tales of Hesse & Winterson
A dark, uncertain fate: Homophobia, graphic novels, and queer identity
A gendered approach to synaesthesia using the poetry of John Keats and Emily Dickinson
Gender and the abject in the symbolic landscapes of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" and Olive Schreiner's "The Story of an African Farm"
Abjection and social transformation in John Fowles's "Mantissa" and a "Maggot"
The discourse of confession and the rhetoric of the devil: Unnatural attraction and gender instability in "Wuthering Heights" and "The Master of Ballantrae"
Marie Corelli: Britain's most popular forgotten author
The post-apocalyptic, the cyborg, and the passage of time: A reading of the parallels of science fiction and the works of Samuel Beckett
James Joyce and Derek Walcott: Colonial island voices
The prairie and the pampas: A comparison of settlement policy and environmental influences on epic literature in the United States and Argentina
Olive Schreiner on "Times and Seasons"
Rhetoric in mirrors: The rising image of conquest
Drawing desires performance: Dominance and submission in Will Eisner's "The Spirit" and Alan Moore's "Watchmen"
Housing identity: Re-constructing feminine spaces through memory in Virginia Woolf's "The Years" and Daphne du Maurier's "Rebecca"
A literary history of sugarcane discourse in the works of James Grainger and Junot Diaz
The bones of the ox: How J.R.R. Tolkien's cosmology reflects ancient Near Eastern creation myths
Religious violence in Frank Herbert's "Dune" series
Divine alchemy in Paradise Lost
The philosophy of the animal in 20th century literature
Let them run wild: Childhood, the nineteenth-century storyteller, and the ascent of the moon
Augustinian virtue in the Dickensian world: The role of Christian friendship in the conversion of souls and the move toward the Heavenly City
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