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    After the final page : food transformation narratives and the call to individual action [1]
    All quiet on the disillusioned front : the effects of World War II on American literature [1]
    Bats in the high culture belfry : presentations of madness in Euripidean and Shakespearean tragedy [1]
    Becoming majestic : theater and the paradox of individuality in the House of the Seven Gables [1]
    Behind the blue shutters [1]
    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]
    The Cold War and Agency Panic in The Bell Jar and "Three Women" [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]
    Depressed and disconnected : the symptoms of a digital age in America [1]
    Dreaming of love's elysium : the prodigal beauty of John Keats's Endymion [1]
    The effects of politically manipulated borders : Atwood, Lepucki and St. John Mandel [1]
    Eliza Haywood unmasks female sexuality in masquerade novels [1]
    The end of Cape Town : neoliberal deception in K. Sello Duiker's Thirteen Cents [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]