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Groundless, Niara Jackson Dec 2019

Groundless, Niara Jackson

Theses

Groundless is a collection of realist short stories that follow original characters as they move into a new understanding of themselves. They may think they are grounded in who they are, but each character learns new things that often contradict what they think they know about themselves. As with anyone, it is important that these characters re-examine who they think they are and look outward – what has made them that way? Is their perception accurate? Are they being fair to themselves and those around them? New understandings of what they believe about themselves and about their world are always possible ...


Death On Display, Kenzie Smith May 2019

Death On Display, Kenzie Smith

The Mercury

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Three Poems: Qhuab Ke; I Was Basking In The Lights Of New York City, You Were Buried In Laos; In Pretense, Chelsey See Xiong Apr 2019

Three Poems: Qhuab Ke; I Was Basking In The Lights Of New York City, You Were Buried In Laos; In Pretense, Chelsey See Xiong

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

Poems for the living and the dead, in conversation between the two worlds.


Two Poems: Stop Time Before; Forsaken Ones, Ánh-Hoa Thị Nguyễn Apr 2019

Two Poems: Stop Time Before; Forsaken Ones, Ánh-Hoa Thị Nguyễn

Journal of Southeast Asian American Education and Advancement

This creative work features two poems: Stop Time Before; Forsaken Ones


Touch The Soil, Kirstin Fierro Apr 2019

Touch The Soil, Kirstin Fierro

Senior Theses and Projects

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Another Life, Jillian D. Bailey Mar 2019

Another Life, Jillian D. Bailey

The Crambo

"Another Life” is a short story about going home again. The main character, Julie, returns home and reflects on the life she left behind after high school. She reflects on the love that she lost when she lost Chris, her high school boyfriend. On this trip home, Julie experiences the sickening discomfort of returning to a place and person she no longer is and is surrounded by the memories that never really leave. Chris and his memory never left Julie, and in the sickening claustrophobia of hometown life, she discovers the man he became and what could have been.


The Wrightly Crumple, Eleanor Rose Rudnitsky-Brown Jan 2019

The Wrightly Crumple, Eleanor Rose Rudnitsky-Brown

Senior Projects Spring 2019

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