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How To Dredge A Lake, Ana I. Bauer Jan 2018

How To Dredge A Lake, Ana I. Bauer

Senior Projects Spring 2018

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Languages and Literature of Bard College.


On Frank Stanford's "Battlefield", Clara Brigid Allison Jan 2018

On Frank Stanford's "Battlefield", Clara Brigid Allison

Senior Projects Spring 2018

Frank Stanford's little known poem titled "The Battlefield Where The Moon Says I Love You" was published just after his suicide in 1978 and extends for approximately 17,000 lines. As the poem follows eternally 12 year old Francis through his dreams and twisted realities living in the south, it thrusts each reader into the farthest depths of disorientation using indescribably beautiful language. With no punctuation, structure, narrative, timeline, or distinction between the real and unreal, this poem exists on the far end of the experimental spectrum. My project, in response to Stanford's form, uses an alternative form ...


Coney Island Caviar, Hannah Rose Lomele Jan 2018

Coney Island Caviar, Hannah Rose Lomele

Senior Projects Spring 2018

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Languages and Literature of Bard College.


The Delicatessen Kids, Raina Nicole Dziuk Jan 2018

The Delicatessen Kids, Raina Nicole Dziuk

Senior Projects Spring 2018

The Delicatessen Kids is a collection of short stories that follows 4 Ukrainian-American siblings as they grow up in 1960s Brooklyn, New York.


Ban The Carriage Industry? Yea Or Neigh: An Examination Of The Arguments Around The Carriage Industry By A Certified Carriage Driver In-Training, Emma Greenberg Rehfeld Jan 2018

Ban The Carriage Industry? Yea Or Neigh: An Examination Of The Arguments Around The Carriage Industry By A Certified Carriage Driver In-Training, Emma Greenberg Rehfeld

Senior Projects Spring 2018

Senior Project submitted to The Division of Social Studies of Bard College.