Sánchez, Maria Carla

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Beyond the borders of exile: exile, immigration, and migration in U.S. women’s writing 2015 1970 This dissertation explores representations of trauma, healing, and memory in the literature of exile. Traditionally, analyses of this literature adhere to the parameters of ethnicity and national origin; however, I argue that an analytical focus on t...
Other Americans: the racialized and anachronized Appalachian mountaineer at the turn of the twentieth century 2016 175 The central claim of this project is that literary and historical texts from the turn of the last century rhetorically contained the Southern Appalachian mountaineer through racializing that figure into less-than-normative whiteness and anachronizing...
Man-made menopause and architectural embodiment in Herman Melville’s “I and My Chimney” AND “A Disembodied Listener”: Hawthorne’s mesmeric narrator in The House of the Seven Gables 2017 466 Herman Melville’s 1856 short story “I and My Chimney” illustrates a dispute between an old man and his wife about the domestic inconveniences caused by the chimney centrally located in their home. The old man desires to preserve his chimney at all co...