Abrams Locklear, Erica

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“It Was The Writing of Them, That Signified”: Reshaping Reader Perceptions of Appalachian and Disabled Identities 2017 1369 Lee Smith, in her 1988 novel "Fair and Tender Ladies", provides a seminal account of the Appalachian experience during colonial activity and addresses its impact on native Appalachian people. Appalachia has long endured a history of outsiders who att...
Liminality, Personal Fulfillment, and Societal Expectations of Women in Kate Chopin's The Awakening 2019 2024 This paper will examine the consequences of Victorian gender roles and expectations for women which Kate Chopin confronts in her 1899 novel, The Awakening. I will focus on the novel’s female protagonist, Edna Pontellier, and the ways through which he...
"Endings and Edges": Narrative Authority in Lee Smith's Black Mountain Breakdown 2020 254 An analysis of narrative authority in Lee Smith’s Black Mountain Breakdown. The novel is one of empowerment rather than a cautionary tale. Explores the misrepresentation of Appalachian narratives due to stereotypes and caricatures in literature....