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1992

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

Creative Writing

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Men Of Autumn, Jim Dietz Jan 1992

Men Of Autumn, Jim Dietz

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Finch, Burney, Barbauld And The Brontes: Feminine Identity, Lori Ann Davis Jan 1992

Finch, Burney, Barbauld And The Brontes: Feminine Identity, Lori Ann Davis

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Modern readers of literature have occasionally noticed similarities in the themes and imagery of British women writers. These similarities have been argued as springing from either a shared cultural heritage or a gender-specific biological experience. Proponents of the 'nurture' camp suggest that common life experiences within western culture, including a shared literary history, political invisibility, and domestic responsibilities which set definite limits on intellectual pursuits worked to create in these women a shared consciousness, intimately connected to their personal identities, which encodes a distinctly feminine imprint on much of their work. Proponents of the 'nature' camp, on the other hand ...


The Woman Question In Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre: The Interaction Of Romanticism And Mid-Nineteenth-Century Victorian England, Hsiu-Sui Chang Jan 1992

The Woman Question In Charlotte Bronte's Jane Eyre: The Interaction Of Romanticism And Mid-Nineteenth-Century Victorian England, Hsiu-Sui Chang

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Near the end of the twentieth century, various and even contradictory literary criticisms are available. Which one is best for interpretation? Specifically, which one is best for interpreting Jane Eyre? The answers vary. Terry Eagleton, for example, declares that "there are indeed Marxist and feminist theories of literature which ... are more valuable" since his hypothesis ts that "literature . . . is vitally engaged with the living situations of men and women: it is concrete rather than abstract". What he means is that literature occurs in a social context.


Circle In Time, Carol J. Proctor Turner Jan 1992

Circle In Time, Carol J. Proctor Turner

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A short story by Carol Joan Proctor Turner


"The Boogie Man", Jennifer J. Grace Jan 1992

"The Boogie Man", Jennifer J. Grace

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

An anthology of short fiction and poetry by Jennifer Jane Grace.


A Quiet Dare, Kristina Lynne Nelson Jan 1992

A Quiet Dare, Kristina Lynne Nelson

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

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