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The Brand, Chain O Apr 2017

The Brand, Chain O

Calliope

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Hope In An Iv Drip, Gabriel Cheng Apr 2017

Hope In An Iv Drip, Gabriel Cheng

Calliope

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Margo Left Her Husband, Eric Vincent Orosco Apr 2017

Margo Left Her Husband, Eric Vincent Orosco

Calliope

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Soledad, Maria Arita Apr 2017

Soledad, Maria Arita

Calliope

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Stealer Of The Universe, Kat Elliot Apr 2017

Stealer Of The Universe, Kat Elliot

Calliope

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Fortune Cookie, Ashley Pham Apr 2017

Fortune Cookie, Ashley Pham

Calliope

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King Of The Ghosts, Kat Elliot Apr 2017

King Of The Ghosts, Kat Elliot

Calliope

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Stars, Ashley Colombo Apr 2017

Stars, Ashley Colombo

Calliope

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Letter From The Literary Editors, Emily Olson, Sarah Yung Jan 2016

Letter From The Literary Editors, Emily Olson, Sarah Yung

Calliope

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Letter From The Visual Editors, Margaret Brunet, Ann Fitzpatrick, Binaypreet Singh, Kristi Tom Jan 2016

Letter From The Visual Editors, Margaret Brunet, Ann Fitzpatrick, Binaypreet Singh, Kristi Tom

Calliope

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Letter From The Past Visual Editors, Andrew Bishofberger, Chelsea Palacio, Micaela Todd Jan 2016

Letter From The Past Visual Editors, Andrew Bishofberger, Chelsea Palacio, Micaela Todd

Calliope

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Letter From The Past Literary Editor, Adnan Hashtam Jan 2016

Letter From The Past Literary Editor, Adnan Hashtam

Calliope

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Renascentia, Calliope Jan 2016

Renascentia, Calliope

Calliope

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Opia: Revealing The I, Calliope Jan 2014

Opia: Revealing The I, Calliope

Calliope

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Snow White, Leslie Gielow Jacobs Jan 2013

Snow White, Leslie Gielow Jacobs

McGeorge School of Law Other Faculty Works

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Synchronicity, Calliope Jan 2013

Synchronicity, Calliope

Calliope

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Let Reality Worry, Here You Are Free, Calliope Jan 2012

Let Reality Worry, Here You Are Free, Calliope

Calliope

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It's A Duet, Why Are You Solo?, Calliope May 2011

It's A Duet, Why Are You Solo?, Calliope

Calliope

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5ive Minutes To Madalyn: Why Do You Have A Lantern?, Calliope May 2009

5ive Minutes To Madalyn: Why Do You Have A Lantern?, Calliope

Calliope

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Devotion, Discord, Deceit, Calliope Jan 2007

Devotion, Discord, Deceit, Calliope

Calliope

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Refuge And Release, Calliope Jan 2006

Refuge And Release, Calliope

Calliope

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Grace, Greed And The G-Spot, Calliope Jan 2005

Grace, Greed And The G-Spot, Calliope

Calliope

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Figure Eight : A Collection Of Short Stories, Martha Kilgore Rice Jan 1987

Figure Eight : A Collection Of Short Stories, Martha Kilgore Rice

University of the Pacific Theses and Dissertations

Most of the eight stories in this collection are about individuals who are alienated. They are unable or unwilling to break through the barriers that separate them from others. The stories are contemporary; the settings are urban/suburban. The past plays an important part in defining and limiting the present, and fantasy sometimes replaces reality as an option for dealing with the loneliness of isolation. Direct confrontation is another option. Desire for power and the need for assertiveness are important elements in the action of the stories. By contrast, retreat into submission may become the sad alternative.

The voices change ...


And Then The Letting Go, Kim Silveira Bowers Jan 1985

And Then The Letting Go, Kim Silveira Bowers

University of the Pacific Theses and Dissertations

The novel And Then The Letting Go involves protagonists Samantha Evans' simultaneous discoveries of her husband Don's infidelity, her own unplanned pregnancy, and the pregnancy of her unmarried, best friend Regina. These pivotal events act as emotional catalysts, ejecting Sam out of the passive restraints of her unhappy marriage into a frightening, yet exhilarating, life of active participation.

Within a nine month temporal framework, the novel explores a period of psychological gestation which results in the birth of her new Identity. Sam Evans passes from frozen passivity ("The nerves sit ceremonious, like Tombs--") into a chilling confrontation with the ...