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“Forever Beyond the Page”: Human-Nature Relationships in D.C. Scott’s “The Height of Land”

Scott’s “The Height of Land” weaves author, reader, and natural world together and limits the scope of this imaginative connection, motivating the reader to experience real nature.

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Jane Austen’s Love Language: Constructions of Female Desire Through Reading/Writing in Northanger Abbey and Lady Susan

By Meghan Farbridge Henry Tilney of Northanger Abbey derisively suggests that women’s writing “is faultless except [for] … a general deficiency of subject, a total…

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‘All stories belong to tomorrow’: Imagined Communities and the Promise of Futurity in Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o’s Detained

By Ronny Litvack-Katzman Some weeks into his imprisonment at Kamĩtĩ Maximum Security Prison on the outskirts of Nairobi, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o wrote that he would…

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Confronting Time in Liminal Space: Placing Queer Identity in Hall’s “Miss Ogilvy Finds Herself”

By Ronny Litvack-Katzman Time weighs heavily on the narrative in Radclyffe Hall’s “Miss Ogilvy Finds Herself,” (1926). The effect of time imposes on Miss Ogilvy…

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Modern Orientalism and the Ethics of Representation in Wes Anderson’s The Darjeeling Limited

By Meghan Farbridge “No matter how skillful the painter, his work was always in fee to an inescapable subjectivity. The fact that a human hand…

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