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A tale of a "half fairy, half imp": The rape of Jane Eyre
Battered, bruised, and abused women: Domestic violence in nineteenth-century British fiction
Care ethics and cloning: A speculative literary critique of human biotechnology
Sex and gender in the equine in literature
Bridging the gaps: Lawrence Durrell's "Alexandria Quartet" as a transitional work in twentieth century literature
Multiple voices and contesting ideologies in John Milton's "Paradise Lost"
Dante's literary influence in "Dubliners": James Joyce's modernist allegory of paralysis
Using young adult literature to explore the causes and impact of teen violence
Is love ever enough?: Teaching Shakespeare at the secondary level
Victorian airbrushing: Cultural, physical and artistic representations of upper-class women of then and today
Radical saints and conservative churches: Cynewulf's "Juliana" in its cultural context
"A living fire to enlighten the darkness": Allegorical interpretations of Madeleine L'Engle's "A Wrinkle in Time" and J.K. Rowling's "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone"
The struggle to the storm: Identity and agency against gender construction in Caroline Bowles Southeys "Pride and Passion"
A matter of character: Aristotelian ethos in George Eliot's "The Lifted Veil"
Little lambs, linnets and babes in the snow: Messages of kindness and caution in Christina Rossetti's "Sing Song" and "Speaking Likenesses"
Cain in early nineteenth-century literature: Traditional biblical stories revised to encompass contemporary advances in science
Revoking Victorian silences: Redemption of fallen women through speech in Elizabeth Gaskell's fiction
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