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Kindness: Two Stories, Art Middleton 2010 Rhode Island College

Kindness: Two Stories, Art Middleton

Honors Projects Overview

Presents two stories that, while differing in style, share themes of identity and loss and explore grotesque characters at critical points of change and acceptance in their lives. "I Go There Too" is a bildungsroman piece; "Did I Live" is a work of historical fiction, set in 1865 at the scene of the burning of the Barnum Museum and featuring Anna Swan, the giantess of Nova Scotia.


Y = Mx + B(Eauty), Chris Dollard 2010 Rhode Island College

Y = Mx + B(Eauty), Chris Dollard

Honors Projects Overview

A collection of twenty poems that are thematically concerned with family dynamics and history, childhood, relationships, addiction and rehabilitation, wanderlust, mortality, and the concepts of ugliness and beauty. These motifs and themes are framed by a speaker who is coming of age in contemporary America. While largely informed by the free verse narrative, this collection attempts to form a synthesis of contemporary American poetic styles.


Car Trouble And Other Stories, Adam R. Charpentier 2010 Rhode Island College

Car Trouble And Other Stories, Adam R. Charpentier

Honors Projects Overview

A collection of four short stories which examine the connection between awareness and emotional, psychological, and geographical identity. "Car Trouble" is a first person narrative of a hit & run accident and the events that follow. "Ten More Minutes" follows the recollections of a narrator detailing his admittance into and release from a mental hospital. The protagonist of "Islander" recounts his investigations of his lodgings on Tinian, an island far removed from his past life. "Little Black Dress" chronicles the impact the protagonist's lifestyle choices make on his marriage.


You Gotta Move: Three Short Stories, Lori Freshwater 2010 Rhode Island College

You Gotta Move: Three Short Stories, Lori Freshwater

Honors Projects Overview

A collection of three short stories -- My Daddy Could Have Been Mac Davis, Petrichor, Going to See the Blues -- set in the South. Though thematically tied through the symbolic importance of food and the senses, the stories feature characters of different ages and from very different backgrounds. Nonetheless, all three characters are faced with a point in their lives when they must choose to break free in a search for identity or to remain where they are.


Columbia Poetry Review, Columbia College Chicago 2010 Columbia College Chicago

Columbia Poetry Review, Columbia College Chicago

Columbia Poetry Review

Literary journal produced annually. Student editors: Stevie Curl, Zachary Green, Dolly Lemke, Kyle Miner, Steve Smaczniak, Abit Stokes, Chris Williams. Editorial Board: Jeffrey Allen, Joseph Andert, Stephen Danos, Sarah Jedd, Sara Oster, Kat Sanchez. Cover: George Schneeman.


Excerpt From Novel, Down From Moonshine, Mary Ann Cain 2010 Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne

Excerpt From Novel, Down From Moonshine, Mary Ann Cain

Mary Ann Cain

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Excerpt From Novel, Down From Moonshine And Short Story, "Without Reservations", Mary Ann Cain 2010 Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne

Excerpt From Novel, Down From Moonshine And Short Story, "Without Reservations", Mary Ann Cain

Mary Ann Cain

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Old House Dreams, Mary Ann Cain 2010 Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne

Old House Dreams, Mary Ann Cain

Mary Ann Cain

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The Knothole, March 26, 2010, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Student Body 2010 SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

The Knothole, March 26, 2010, Suny College Of Environmental Science And Forestry Student Body

The Knothole

12 page issue of The Knothole. The mission of The Knothole publication is to provide its readers with writings that are both stimulating and contemporary; to inform its students of clubs, events, and off-campus happenings; to challenge a world driven by progress to uncover the truth about current environmental policies and innovations; and to express such ideas, ingeniously and collectively.


Autobiography Of A Mountain Lion, Christopher Allan Prewitt 2010 Morehead State University

Autobiography Of A Mountain Lion, Christopher Allan Prewitt

Morehead State Theses and Dissertations

A thesis presented to the faculty of the Caudill College of Humanities at Morehead State University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts by Christopher Allan Prewitt on March 24, 2010.


Under Glass: The Girl With A Thousand Christmas Trees, Jen Hirt 2010 The Pennsylvania State University, Harrisburg

Under Glass: The Girl With A Thousand Christmas Trees, Jen Hirt

The University of Akron Press Publications

According to Chrissie Hynde of the Pretenders, when she went back to Ohio, her city was gone. For Jen Hirt, her Strongsville, Ohio greenhouses were gone. Her ancestry, bloodlines, memories, and her complete identity were replaced by a large-chain pharmacy store. Four generations taken away by the wrecking ball; fourteen greenhouses dismantled and shattered. Under Glass traces the rise and fall of the family business and the family itself.

Hirt is the girl with a thousand Christmas trees, growing up surrounded by life and vitality. She is the greenhouse filled with hope and growth. Then the rubble sets in—financial ...


The Knothole, March 12, 2010, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry Student Body 2010 SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry

The Knothole, March 12, 2010, Suny College Of Environmental Science And Forestry Student Body

The Knothole

12 page issue of The Knothole. The mission of The Knothole publication is to provide its readers with writings that are both stimulating and contemporary; to inform its students of clubs, events, and off-campus happenings; to challenge a world driven by progress to uncover the truth about current environmental policies and innovations; and to express such ideas, ingeniously and collectively.


Diary Of A French Girl: Surviving Intercultural Encounters, Marie-Claire Patron 2010 Bond University

Diary Of A French Girl: Surviving Intercultural Encounters, Marie-Claire Patron

Marie-Claire Patron

DIARY OF A FRENCH GIRL is the personal journal of a young French traveller who shares with us her perspectives, experiences and insights into the English Diaspora. It is a unique opportunity for Anglophones to take a look into a magic French mirror and to examine themselves through the eyes of a Francophone. On a broader level, this book also serves to prepare all global travellers for the experiences and emotions they will encounter as they journey through different time zones, lands, languages, people and cultures. It offers useful information and coping strategies to all those who embark on foreign ...


Court Green: Dossier: 1970s, Columbia College Chicago 2010 Columbia College Chicago

Court Green: Dossier: 1970s, Columbia College Chicago

Court Green

An annual poetry magazine with a different theme for each issue; printed from 2004 to 2015.


Take The “A” Train, Richard Goodman 2010 University of New Orleans

Take The “A” Train, Richard Goodman

English Faculty Publications

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The Eye Of A Whale In Tonga, Jeff Rasley 2010 Butler University

The Eye Of A Whale In Tonga, Jeff Rasley

Scholarship and Professional Work - LAS

Article for Real Travel Adventures about kayaking in Tonga and encountering whales.


Little Village March 2010 And Mission Creek Festival 2010 Official Program, 2010 University of Iowa

Little Village March 2010 And Mission Creek Festival 2010 Official Program

Little Village Magazine Digital Archive

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Faith In Fiction? Solzhenitsyn's One Day As A Practical Defense Of Fiction, Bob De Smith 2010 Dordt College

Faith In Fiction? Solzhenitsyn's One Day As A Practical Defense Of Fiction, Bob De Smith

Pro Rege

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Inventions, Siobhan K. Phillips 2010 Dickinson College

Inventions, Siobhan K. Phillips

Faculty and Staff Publications By Year

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“Remixing Soapboxing Across Cultural, Social, And Institutional Boundaries.”, Mary Ann Cain 2010 Indiana University - Purdue University Fort Wayne

“Remixing Soapboxing Across Cultural, Social, And Institutional Boundaries.”, Mary Ann Cain

Mary Ann Cain

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