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Getting Things Done
Now You See Me...
Open - End
The Slanted Fence Post
Whalen Gentrup Hunts for Fiffalope
David & Jonathan: Creating an original solo performance
Gentle Corners of the Night
scenes in a minor key
Destiny and amorality in McCarthy's "Blood Meridian" and "No Country for Old Men"
Mourning and melancholia in Carson McCullers's "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter"
We got the beat: Transcendentalism, Allen Ginsberg's "Howl," and the inception of a new, Postmodern generation
The Transcendental nonmodern: Redefining America's Manifest Destiny
Purgatory and alienation in the works of Katherine Anne Porter and Walker Percy
Incorporating the white shadow: The destructive masculinities of Richard Wright
Self-creation, community, and autonomy: The liberation of Richard Rorty's philosophy of self as imagined by "Absalom, Absalom!"
The futility of conformity: The danger of gender constructs in "The Sound and the Fury"
Theft: A novel
Bridging the gap between the reality and the myth of the American South: Three authors' efforts to recover the religious South
Kickaround Nixon (and other stories)
Buried alive: Gothic oppression in the novels of Edith Wharton
"Shrike laughed:" Celebrating humor in Nathanael West's "Miss Lonelyhearts"
Treadmill: A novel
Stephen Crane and the cinematic spectacle of the New York slums
Folk music as a cultural signifier in the contemporary American South
Information literacy in the composition classroom: An annotated bibliography of collaborations between librarians and composition teachers
The fragile "bonds of whiteness": Relationships between native white Southerners and foreigners in Porter, McCullers, and O'Connor
Le cuir de Michel Foucault. Transformation de soi et reproduction du pouvoir dans "Mr. Benson", "Histoire D'O" et "S/M"
From L.A. to Breakfast
Literary imaginings of transnational identities: Travel in modern novels
Angelcake: A novel
The relocation of culture: Post-assimilation paradigms in the immigrant writing of contemporary America
Not quite American, not quite European: Performing "other" claims to exceptionality in Francoist Spain and the Jim Crow South
"A more perfect Indian wisdom": Transcultural exchange in the writings of Henry D. Thoreau
The art of self-making: American modernist fiction and the performances of identity and authorship
Dueling and identity: Constructions of honor violence in nineteenth-century Southern letters
Blue poets: Brilliant poetry: A study in the connection between four ingenious poets and factors that affected their lives and productivity
Lost in the American labyrinth: Literary and cultural explorations into 20th and 21st century American identity and place
Shall we gather at the table?: The symbolic, material, and cultural significance of the table in American life and letters
Re(f)use: The aesthetics of waste in American fiction
Acting Alone: Solo Female Performers, Their American Audiences, and Embodiment
"That Rotten Richness": Old Maids and Reproductive Anxiety in U.S. Southern Fiction, 1923--1946
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