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(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
of July. It explores the tension between identities ascribed and identities achieved, especially in the context of religion generally, a fundamentalist Baptist parsonage specifically, and situates the author's own conflict with questions of faith and doubt...
On marvellous things seen and heard
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
literatures that presume to speak, and not speak, of sounds and silences. Structured as a triptych (I. Critical Introductions, II. Creative Body, III. Critical Conclusions), three essays serve to frame the hybrid Galerie de Difformité at the collection's core...