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Farmstead, Chelsea Reynolds Dec 2007

Farmstead, Chelsea Reynolds

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Have You Taken Your Lobster For A Walk Today? The Importance Of Dress In The Bohemian Literary Movement In Nineteenth Century France, Katie R. Adam, Sara B. Marcketti Nov 2007

Have You Taken Your Lobster For A Walk Today? The Importance Of Dress In The Bohemian Literary Movement In Nineteenth Century France, Katie R. Adam, Sara B. Marcketti

Apparel, Events and Hospitality Management Conference Proceedings and Presentations

This paper explores through writing of Baudelaire, Nerval, Gautier, Champfleury and Murger the ways in which Bohemians used dress to identify themselves and differentiate themselves from the prominent bourgeoisie.


Review Of Cultural Representation In Native America, Christina Gish Berndt Jan 2007

Review Of Cultural Representation In Native America, Christina Gish Berndt

Christina Gish Hill

What do Barbie, beer, nuclear bombs, New Age shamans, and Creole identity have in common? The authors of this anthology address each of these topics to illuminate cultural representation both of and by American Indian communities. This collection consists of articles from scholars and community activists that draw on provocative contemporary issues to suggest new directions for the study of cultural representation...


Silos, Debra Marquart Jan 2007

Silos, Debra Marquart

English Publications

ground zero we believed

we were ground zero

north dakota, 1964...


Walking Towards The End, Brittney Mccahen Jan 2007

Walking Towards The End, Brittney Mccahen

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Closure, Jess Lancial Jan 2007

Closure, Jess Lancial

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Happy Birthday From Edward Hopper, Jessica Madsen Jan 2007

Happy Birthday From Edward Hopper, Jessica Madsen

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Smirch Smirchington, Molly Mcdonald Jan 2007

Smirch Smirchington, Molly Mcdonald

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Morning, Kyrstin Delagardelle Jan 2007

Morning, Kyrstin Delagardelle

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Eagle Grove Cemetery (Near Prairie Du Rocher, Illinois), Chelsea Julian Reynolds Jan 2007

Eagle Grove Cemetery (Near Prairie Du Rocher, Illinois), Chelsea Julian Reynolds

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The Tooth Of Time, John Lambert Jan 2007

The Tooth Of Time, John Lambert

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New Mexico, John Lambert Jan 2007

New Mexico, John Lambert

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Untitled, Megan Wheeler Jan 2007

Untitled, Megan Wheeler

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Cobwebs, Mackensey Snyder Jan 2007

Cobwebs, Mackensey Snyder

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The Indecision I Made, Jo Beth Roland Jan 2007

The Indecision I Made, Jo Beth Roland

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Bookmobile, Debra Marquart Jan 2007

Bookmobile, Debra Marquart

English Publications

To be saved by books, to be allowed to file in twos away from Sister Paula's math class,

to climb those three small steps off the curb, and be met by the smell of old paper, glue and leather bindings....


Reconsidering An Agricultural Childhood, Debra Marquart Jan 2007

Reconsidering An Agricultural Childhood, Debra Marquart

English Publications

In an interview titled, "Field Observations," the environmentalist and writer, Wendell Berry, spoke about long-range decisions he was making for his farmland in the Kentucky River Valley. "What I'm going to do here." he explained to the interviewer as they walked Berry's upland pastures, "is grow an old -growth forest. It will take about 200 years, and I won't live to see it."


Lazer Land Outing With Boys, Debra Marquart Jan 2007

Lazer Land Outing With Boys, Debra Marquart

English Publications

I'm not their mother, although the picture

so convinces the arcade manager

that he shouts, Happy Mother's Day...


Chores, Debra Marquart Jan 2007

Chores, Debra Marquart

English Publications

There is a gravel road about a quarter-mile long leading out of my parents' farm in North Dakota that leads to another gravel road about a half-mile long, which eventually meets up with Highway 3, the two-lane blacktop that runs through my hometown. When I was a kid, I sat for hours in my brother's bedroom facing the highway, and I kept a running tally of how many cars and trucks passed our farm...


Chill Factor, Debra Marquart Jan 2007

Chill Factor, Debra Marquart

English Publications

sometimes at parties in moorhead my friend's late night rambling hushed as if fearing microphones in the walls crazy talk....


Buoy, Debra Marquart Jan 2007

Buoy, Debra Marquart

English Publications

And so you came to realize that a married man is like a drowning victim, when you find him

drenched, adrift and unhappy in the vast ocean of his marriage. And you are always the first...


Stolen, Jessica Lancial Jan 2007

Stolen, Jessica Lancial

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Discarded Daughters, Megan Wheeler Jan 2007

Discarded Daughters, Megan Wheeler

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I Think I Fear Something, Jessica Madsen Jan 2007

I Think I Fear Something, Jessica Madsen

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Slender Wrinkled Fingers, Chelsea Julian Reynolds Jan 2007

Slender Wrinkled Fingers, Chelsea Julian Reynolds

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Uninspired Writing, Kyrstin Delagardelle Jan 2007

Uninspired Writing, Kyrstin Delagardelle

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Honesty, Antonia Balvanz Jan 2007

Honesty, Antonia Balvanz

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Sitting Still, Shelby Hayes Jan 2007

Sitting Still, Shelby Hayes

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Contributor's Notes, Sketch Jan 2007

Contributor's Notes, Sketch

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When I Get Like This Flocks Of Migrant Birds Look Like Soot, Jessica Madsen Jan 2007

When I Get Like This Flocks Of Migrant Birds Look Like Soot, Jessica Madsen

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