Horvitz, Lori

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Religion and Reality: Literature and Prophecy in the Fiction of Flannery O’Connor 2015 852 In 1960 Flannery O’Connor published her second and final novel, The Violent Bear it Away. Like O’Connor’s other works, the novel is steeped in religious themes and symbolism. It centers around Francis Tarwater, a young man who struggles between two c...
“The Reluctant Masquerade”: Constructing the Closet in Yukio Mishima’s Confessions of a Mask 2016 1657 Enigmatic, extraordinary, and erotic are just a few of the words that have been used to describe the late Japanese author Yukio Mishima and his debut novel, Confessions of a Mask (1949). The novel paints a peculiar and sometimes disturbing picture of...
The Anti-Social Network 2016 566 Original short story...
Hera: A Record of the End of Masculinity 2016 174 Original story...
"Mad to be Saved": On the Borderline of Expectation and Desire in Joyce Johnson's Come and Join the Dance 2016 552 1950s America was an America wrought with strict stereotypical gender roles, leading to an increase in the diagnoses for anxiety and depression in women. In 1980, Borderline Personality Disorder, a diagnosis which focusses more on the absence of iden...