Gurney, Evan

UNCA

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What Could She Say? : The Problem of Female Silence in Ovid’s Metamorphoses 2015 30703 The sexual violence against women in Ovid’s Metamorphoses has been discussed at length through many different lenses. His vivid rape scenes have been transformed into translations of his narratives, from literary interpretations to paintings and scul...
Under Pressure: Suicide, Gender, and Agency in Hamlet 2016 19739 In this paper, the author explores the correlation between suicide, gender, and agency in the play Hamlet written by William Shakespeare. The traits and dialogue of Ophelia, Gertrude, and Hamlet, as well as the historical definitions of suicide and m...
The Body as His Book: The Unification of Spirit and Flesh in John Donne's Holy Sonnets 2019 187 This paper examines how John Donne, the English writer, uses spirit and flesh in his poetry. Donne, who wrote during the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, often presents his readers with a puzzling picture of sensual imagery combined with spiritua...