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Poison in the system: Symbols on the body and the body as a symbol in select works of Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Raven Loup --- A modern-day romance novella
Sylvia Plath at Yaddo: A Poet Finds her Voice
"God, hieroglyphics": Extrapolating the Third Dimension in "Go Down, Moses" and "The Crying of Lot 49"
Midnight in a Perfect World
Contriving history: Making dead time in select works of William Faulkner
Terr(or) incognito: Unveiling Poe's titanic universe
The crosscurrents of culture in the dialogic pairing of Henry James' "What Maisie Knew" with Zitkala-Sa's "American Indian Stories" and of Henry David Thoreau's "Walden" with Susan Fenimore Cooper's "Rural Hours"
A creative project translating literature into urban archetypes using art to interpret the perceived illusions of the Los Angeles dream
The Oneida Community: A study of women and utopia
Reading without rest: Negotiating narrative in the age of the digital
De-politicization: A process in film adaptation
The United States of Italian America: Searching for the Italian writer
A transcendental trace: The impersonal poet and the American novel
Quiet testimony: The ethical impulse of silence in Emerson, Douglass, Melville, and James
Specular subjects: Technologies of vision in the transatlantic novel, 1719--1850
Manifest individuation: Archetypal progressions in Mark Twain's "The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn" and Cormac McCarthy's "Blood Meridian"
Cultural memory and the black radical tradition: Distraction in the Monin
Recovering Brande: Freewriting and sustainable (procedural) expression
The femme fatale and male anxiety in 20th century American literature, "hard-boiled" crime fiction, and film noir
Photosynthesizer: A novel
Coming Out of the Tunnel: A memoir -- A journey -- A life
Speaking through self-effacement: The sermonic influence in Melville, Dickinson, and Thoreau
Delta Woman with Faulkner and Hitchcock
Laying out land: Land surveying and space configurations in Henry D. Thoreau's "Walden", "A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers", the journal and "Walking"
"Last scientists of the Whole": The poetics and politics of deep image
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