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Theses/Dissertations from 2017

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The Formation of the Autonomous Woman Through a Hegelian Lens: A Comparative Study of the British Fin de Siecle "New Woman" and the Post-Mao "Amazing" Woman, Robyn L. Buro

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"Our attachments are our temples": Addiction, Recovery, and the Metamodernist Movement, Ashlie M. Contos

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The American Dream, Micronationalisms, and the Three Part National Identity as Presented by Dr. Hunter S. Thompson, Brianna J. Doucet

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Conrad's Pronoun Usage as a Stylistic Marker and Its Relation to His Density of Text and Themes, Jennifer K. Onishi

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POSTMODERN PUZZLES: CREATING VERSIONS OF THE TRUTH AND IDENTITY IN MARGARET ATWOOD’S THE ROBBER BRIDE, ALIAS GRACE, AND THE BLIND ASSASSIN, Maggie Raymond

Theses/Dissertations from 2016

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EXPLORING PSYCHOLOGICAL TERRITORIALITY THROUGH THE DOMESTIC GOTHIC IN BELOVED AND MAMA DAY, Lori L. Cook

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From Longinus to Tolkien: A Theory of the Fantastic Sublime, Seth Wilson

Theses/Dissertations from 2015

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Eric Shanower and the Visual Mythography of Age of Bronze, Michael R. Hale

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Christian Lady Rhetorica: Americanization of Marian Rhetoric in Early American Sentimental and Seduction Novels, Stephanie Laszik

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Fitzgerald's and Hemingway's Muses of Disillusionment, Allison Rogers

Theses/Dissertations from 2012

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Comic Books vs. Greek Mythology: the Ultimate Crossover for the Classical Scholar, Andrew S. Latham

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A "New" New Woman: the Portrayal of Women in the Late Nineteenth-Early Twentieth Century Novel, Samantha L. Moore