Ladd, Dr. Roger

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Reinvisioning the Nineteenth Century in Cherie Priest’s Boneshaker : Gender, Ethnicity, and Class 2013 0 Cherie Priest’s Boneshaker, an alternate history novel, examines the cultural and political atmosphere in late nineteenth-century America. It focuses on a group of women marginalized from mainstream society because of their race, culture, or class. ...
"Soft she withdrew": Separation and Self-determination in Milton's Paradise Lost 2014 3442 While John Milton’s epoch was dominated by religious fervor and ongoing attempts to redefine Christianity, his epic, Paradise Lost, is dominated by his own religious fervor and his attempts to define Christianity as a religion of free will. Ostensib...