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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.


Ms-086: Kathrine Kressmann Taylor (Rood) Papers, Catherine Q. Perry Jul 2007

Ms-086: Kathrine Kressmann Taylor (Rood) Papers, Catherine Q. Perry

All Finding Aids

The Kathrine Kressmann Taylor (Rood) collection consists of materials relating to her writing career, 1938-1978. These primarily include several versions of typed manuscripts, editions of the journals or magazines in which Taylor (Rood’s) stories appeared, several editions of her books, articles, and book reviews.

Special Collections and College Archives Finding Aids are discovery tools used to describe and provide access to our holdings. Finding aids include historical and biographical information about each collection in addition to inventories of their content. More information about our collections can be found on our website http://www.gettysburg.edu/special_collections/collections/.


Toward Salvation: Italo Calvino’S Wakeful Phenomenology, May C. Peckham May 2007

Toward Salvation: Italo Calvino’S Wakeful Phenomenology, May C. Peckham

Senior Honors Projects

“Lightness.” The word remains inescapable when attending to the mysterious work of Italo Calvino. It appears elusively in the texts of his novels and acts as a catalyst to many of his critical endeavors. Calvino addresses most explicitly this concept of lightness in his collection of lectures entitled Six Memos for the Next Millennium. Although these lectures were never delivered, they exist as a testament to the idea that “the boundless universe of literature” contains “new avenues to be explored, both very recent and very ancient, styles and forms that can change our image of the world” (Six Memos 7-8 ...


The Mockingbird, Etsu Department Of Art & Design, Etsu Department Of English Jan 2007

The Mockingbird, Etsu Department Of Art & Design, Etsu Department Of English

The Mockingbird

Kathy Parker [Reluctant Aubade]; Joshua Burd [Pitcher]; Thomas Cantrell [Call]; Reese Chamness [Drowning]; Tyrone LaRue [Dana]; Lindy Russell [Devoured]; Mary Nees [In Entropy]; Christine Buchanan [Gina]; Stephanie Bowman [Lone Figure in a Dark Landscape]; Tyrone LaRue [Man]; David Mazure [Morality]; Travis Brown [Roan Mountain]; Mary Nees [A Vehement East Wind, Their Line Goes Out]; Kathy Parker [Birthday, Layover]; Daniel Marinelli [Phylactarian]; Betsy Allen [Rock It, Man: Confessions of a Music Pirate]; Natasha Conner [Hallowed Plastic]; Lori Ann Manis [Death, Be Proud]; Ciprian Begu [The Sphere]; Kathleen Libby [Girl in the Storm]; Samira Daniels [Untitled]