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English Language and Literature

Brigham Young University

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Full-Text Articles in Creative Writing

To Know Grief Intimately, Alexandra Francom Mar 2016

To Know Grief Intimately, Alexandra Francom

BYU English Symposium

No abstract provided.


The Sewing Room, Madeline L. Tracy Mar 2016

The Sewing Room, Madeline L. Tracy

BYU English Symposium

A short horror story delving into the depths of family relationships. After Charlotte's mother dies, she goes to live with her grandparents. She has entered her mother's childhood world and what she witnesses could become emotional baggage- or something that could define her forever.


Almost Normal, But Not Quite, Benjamin L. Featherstone Mar 2016

Almost Normal, But Not Quite, Benjamin L. Featherstone

BYU English Symposium

This is a non-fictional essay focusing on the author’s personal experience with the process and result of receiving a cochlear implant. This essay neither promotes nor discourages the usage of cochlear implant. Instead, it simply reveals the experience of the author. This written form shows the inner storms that come from trying to find a balance between two worlds, which the author lives in—the Deaf world and the hearing world.


Just The Secretary, Belen Jackson Mar 2016

Just The Secretary, Belen Jackson

BYU English Symposium

When a voice is silenced, can it ever be restored?


Five Minutes Of Fame, William Drew Chandler Mar 2016

Five Minutes Of Fame, William Drew Chandler

BYU English Symposium

No abstract provided.