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The Worlds of Edna St. Vincent Millay 2015 6025 The poetry of Edna St. Vincent Millay has been misinterpreted within the academic community. A closer focus on her less anthologized poems helps to reveal a common thread within many of her poems that clarifies her motivations as a writer. Millay’s r...
A Simple Exchange Of Values: Money In The Sun Also Rises 2016 7205 Throughout The Sun Also Rises, money is a central metaphor. Although scholars have paid a great deal of attention to money in the novel, they have largely failed to move beyond its explicit mentions to examine economics more broadly or to analyze mon...
Freedom Of And From Choice: Joyce’s Rejection Of Given Circumstances In Ulysses 2017 756 In his work Ulysses, James Joyce uses the characters of Leopold Bloom and Stephen Dedalus to express his belief about the deconstruction of binaries- both socially and biologically created. Stephen’s preoccupation with ineluctable entelechy prompts h...
“It’s No Use...Force, Hatred, History, All That:” Joyce’s Rejection Of Macro-Historical Narrative And Terministic Screens With Satire And Perspectivalism In Ulysses 2019 122 The connection between James Joyce's troubled relationship with the Catholic Church and his, often parodic, portrayal of the religion in his fiction has been the central focus of copious amounts of scholarship. In relation to Joyce's Ulysses, Joyce's...
Hemingway’s Short Works And Long-Standing Influence On Literature: Men Without Women 2020 352 Ernest Hemingway is among the most influential American writers of the 20th century, if not the most considering his title of the literary “voice of the Lost Generation” (Muller 8). However, today his innovations often go overlooked by critics and st...
Syn-theses, Or, The Mechanics Of Oppression In Western Literary Criticism 2020 179 Syn-theses describes the ways in which academics engage in and reinforce lines of oppression against queers and women. By analyzing the work of Gertrude Stein, alongside readings of paintings, Luce Irigaray, Helene Cixous, and various myths of woman,...
“Plagued With More Sore Throats Than The Average Opera Star”: The Origins And Significance Of Hemingway’s Fascination With The Throat 2020 79 Violence to the throat continually pops up in Hemingway’s works, most often by surprise. Take “Indian Camp” when the new father slits his own throat: Nick “pulled back the blanket from the Indian's head. His hand came away wet. He mounted on the edge...
Historicizing Freedom, Fear, And Sexuality In Native Son And Mumbo Jumbo 2021 12 Richard Wright’s Native Son (1940) and Ishmael Reed’s Mumbo Jumbo (1972) are both classics of African American literature, but they may seem to have very little else in common. Wright’s Native Son directly and explosively confronts mentally and emoti...