James, Deborah

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The Struggle to Survive and Thrive: Assessing the Conigtive Complexities of Trauma and Recovery in Emma Donoghue's "Room" 2018 664 Emma Donoghue's novel "Room" follows a five-year-old boy who is being held captive with his mother, and is loosely based on a real life abduction. In this paper the author discusses the novel, the story of the real abduction, and the role of child na...
Molding of Identity and Community Responsibility in Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp a Butterfly" 2018 2076 The author examines how Kendrick Lamar's album "To Pimp a Butterfly" serves as a continuation of black poetic literary traditions, and a documentation of the Black American Experience....
Machine Made of Wood and Women: House as System and Symbol in Shirley Jackson’s We Have Always Lived in the Castle 2016 3567 In We Have Always Lived in the Castle, a pair of sisters take care of their family mansion, following a rigorous schedule of cleaning, cooking, and running errands. Through an examination of the novel, and critiques of both Shirley Jackson and her bo...
Tiny Conclusions 2016 606 Original verse...