Feather, Jennifer

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Discovering the kinetic language of violence on the early modern stage 2016 718 “Discovering the Kinetic Language of Violence on the Early Modern Stage” addresses the concern that scholars of early modern literature do not frequently historicize sword combat in their analyses of moments of violence. This project seeks to demonst...
Mourning through murder: the role of psychic mimesis in early modern revenge tragedies AND Shut your trap: hunting metaphors and verbal violence in Twelfth Night 2018 92 Numerous early modern revenge tragedies illustrate the protagonist's quest to memorialize a loved one who has been murdered. Although revenge tragedy has not always been thought of as serving this memorializing function, this essay will seek to expla...
Shakespeare’s Aaron as a figure of Black anger 2018 212 Black Anger has often been misinterpreted as an irrational response of Black people to perceived injustices. Black anger is a response to the fear of possessing an endangered body by the constructed White body superior. In my thesis, I explore three ...