Douglass, Thomas E.

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Issues of Criticism and Authorship in Arthur Miller's All My Sons : A Bakhtinian Reading 2012 83541 All my Sons may not be Miller's most known work today but it is the play that brought him recognition as a playwright. Since its first production in 1947 critics have assessed the play's content and characters through Arthur Miller's words and biogra...
Reimagining Hank Morgan and Billy Pilgrim as American Anti-Heroes : The Dystopian Satire of Mark Twain's A Connecticit Yankee in King Arthur's Court and Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five 2011 83541 Many critics have noticed the ties linking the satirical novels of Mark Twain and Kurt Vonnegut. This is not surprising as Twain's influence on Vonnegut's work is virtually inescapable. However thus far critics have not conducted any rigorous sustain...
The "Most Accurate Least Factual" Writer : Hunter S. Thompson Journalist 2011 83541 New Journalism as practiced by Tom Wolfe Jimmy Breslin and other writers loosened the accepted bounds of journalism in the 1960s. Embracing these unrestricted journalism practices Hunter S. Thompson adapted the New Journalists' techniques and added s...
Voices of Desire : Heteroglossia in Graham Greene's The End of the Affair 2011 83541 The voice of the author permeates the novel according to Mikhail Bakhtin and this voice is not isolated to the words or convictions of a particular character. The characters in the novel are masked with dialogue personalities ideas and words. These m...