Ettari, Gary

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Alienation and the Grotesque in Sylvia Plath's "Ariel" Poems 2018 3094 The author discusses several poems within Sylvia Path's "Ariel" to emphasize the presence of alienation and how it functions with images of the grotesque...
Versons of My Mother: Essays 2019 443 Collection of essays...
The Hourglass Hotel 2017 709 Original work of fiction...
What Silence Says: Family, Race, Identity, and the American Dream in Celeste Ng's Everything I Never Told You 2019 10964 This research paper attempts to legitimize contemporary fiction author, Celeste Ng, and her writing as worthy of inquiry in the field of literature. This paper explores Ng’s debut novel Everything I Never Told You and the use of silence in the text i...
Excusable Versus Explainable Misogyny in David Foster Wallace's Brief Interviews with Hideous Man 2020 2345 An analysis of excusable versus explainable misogyny in David Foster Wallace’s Brief Interviews with Hideous Men. In presenting men who struggle to transcend postmodern irony and form meaningful relationships with women in their lives, this novel pro...
Beside Good and Evil: Religious Satire and Moral Relativism in Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch 2020 8118 An analysis of moral relativism and religious satire in Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch....
The World in Harmony Framed: A Musical Approach to Renaissance Poetics from the Works of Thomas Campion and His Contemporaries 2015 1540 This thesis questions fundamental assumptions about analytical approaches and evaluative procedures relating to the interpretation of early-modern English poetry. In particular it looks at how typical analyses prioritize elements of close reading, su...
Babbling, Braining, and Brooding Mr. Bones: An Exploration of the Metapoetic in 77 Dream Songs 2015 2979 John Berryman’s Pulitzer Prize winning book of poems, 77 Dream Songs, is about a character named Henry, who is “at odds wif de world and its god” (5.1. Line 3). Henry is an estranged character, a lonely American man, who sometimes speaks in an offens...