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Ghosts of Margaret Atwood and Henry James : an analysis of the relationship between surfacing and "The Jolly Corner"
In the writing of several critics and scholars comparisons have been made between Margaret Atwood^s Surfacing and the supernatural tales of Henry James. This present study is based on the special relationship that appears ...
Restructuring the Lawrence image : dismissing misogyny and accepting feminism
There have been various attacks upon Lawrence's literary reputation. Lawrence's representation of women is perhaps the most criticised aspect of his work, with formal criticism beginning as early as 1953 with Simone de ...
Stephen Crane's impressionism : a step back
This thesis focuses primarily on Impressionism in three of Stephen Crane's works: Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. The Red Badge of Courage and "The Monster." Impressionism is the most appropriate hypothesis to describe ...
At the banquet : images of the carnivalesque in Salman Rushdie's The Moor's Last Sigh
This thesis examines the carnivalesque nature of The Moor's Last Sigh bv Salman Rushdie in relation to Gargantua and Pantagruel by Francois Rabelais. In particular, I focus on the abundant banquet imagery of this novel ...
Narrative structure in three novels of the Vietnam War
This thesis analyzes the process by which three American novels about the Vietnam War—David Halberstam*s One Very Hot Day^ Gustav Hasford*s The Short-Timers, and Stephen Wright's Meditations in Green—attempt simultaneously ...
Sound and silence in selected poetry of Duncan Campbell Scott
The poetry of Duncan Campbell Scott has always been recognized by the Canadian literary establishment as being worthy of attention. His work usually appears in most of the textbooks and anthologies of Canadian Poetry, ...