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    Beneath, before and beyond: how characters achieve a true identity through alternative education in Song of Solomon, The bear, and Things fall apart. [1]
    Broadening the scope: female authors are for more than the 'F-word' [1]
    Comic relief [1]
    Comically serious: trauma and shame in coming-of-age graphic narratives [1]
    The critique of women in Shakespeare's plays [1]
    Days of the dim: the postmodern poetics and hope of Anne Waldman [1]
    Deadbeat dad: Victor Frankenstein as the failed father [1]
    Evening edition: trauma, journalism and the post-9/11 novel [1]
    Fact to fiction: how the Tuatha de Danaan of history became the fairies of contemporary fantasy [1]
    From the boulevard to the boudoir: the prose poem's evolution from Baudelaire's scenes of French daily life to Nin Andrew's contemporary portrayal of the individual [1]
    Greek cuisine on a budget [1]
    Green popcorn and Irish whiskey: an analysis of the Moore family storytelling tradition [1]
    The humanity of inaction: a comparison of Kazuo Ishiguro's Never let me go with Michael Bay's The island [1]
    Ideal gender roles and individual self-expression in the novels Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility [1]
    Indispensable Lives: Magical Realism and Postcolonial Resistance in Ana Castillo’s So Far from God and Junot Diaz’s The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao [1]
    Influence: the linked stories of Olive Kitteridge and developing creative work [1]
    Judgments on witness reliability from written transcripts [1]
    A Lacanian interpretation of desire and hysteria in Black swan [1]
    Losing sight of literature: the commodity of book packaging [1]
    Making Pierre Menard author of the Quixote: critics, creators, and context in Borges [1]