Revere, William

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"Turdy-facy-nasty-paty-lousy-fartical rogues": Mountebanks and Alchemists in Ben Johnson's "Volpone" and "The Alchemist" 2018 453 In this paper, the author examines Ben Jonson's "Volpone" and "The Alchemist", and considers how Jonson uses quack doctor figures to interrogate his own role of playwright, by allowing their medicinal endeavor to represent his morally curative work....
Powers to Create and Step into the Right Picture: Developing Personal Vision in Charlotte Bronte's "Jane Eyre" 2018 880 The author considers how, through the character of Jane Eyre, Charlotte Bronte presents a person who learns to recognize her surroundings and herself, and uses this knowledge to become the woman she wants to be....
Mortality within Children's Literature: Fable versus Realism in the Cases of Charlotte's Web and Bridge to Terabithia 2020 3211 An analysis of how Charlotte’s Web and Bridge to Terabithia successfully teach components of death to children. Both texts hone in on a particular age group and in their use of form to teach mortality. It is vital for parents and teachers to consider...