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Where is Dolores Haze? Interpretive Communities, Aestheticizing Violence, and Lolita in Contemporary Popular Culture- By Christina Marcucci Over fifty years after its publication, Nabokov’s Lolita (1955) has integrated into mainstream American popular culture, with pop singers such as Katy…
The Insidious Effects of Censorship on The Diviners- By Zoe Palmer Margaret Laurence’s classic novel The Diviners, a künstlerroman about an author and single mother named Morag, was praised by reviewers like Ms.…
The White Gaze and Position of Asian American Writing in Native Speaker- By: Katia Innes  In Chang-Rae Lee’s novel Native Speaker (1995), readers are introduced to Henry Park, a first-generation Korean American husband, son, and spy. For…
Glimpsing the Transcendent within the Temporal in T.S. Eliot’s Later Poetry- By: Rahma Wiryomartono T.S. Eliot was preoccupied with the subject of transcendent experience, and frequent references to epiphanic visions and spiritual revelations characterize his body…
The Ever-Resilient Vipers: Exploitation and Empowerment in Quentin Tarantino’s “Kill Bill Vol. I”- By: Emily Ferguson In Resilience & Melancholy: Pop Music, Feminism, Neoliberalism, Robin James names and defines the phenomenon by which hegemonic structures and their members…