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A genre-based analysis of the use of self-congratulatory words in the Journal of the American Chemical Society
A mirror with no reflection: Absence of personal agency in the protagonists of three novels by Elizabeth Bowen
A tale of two monsters: Or, the dialectic of horror
Dickens' David Copperfield and the sense of loss
Drawing Resistance: The Unsettling and Provocative Influence of Maps in Children's Literature
From Tortilla Flat to The Winter of Our Discontent: John Steinbeck's critical evaluation of American culture
Gender, magic, and moral authority in Latin American and Russian magical realism
Hawaii, 1937
In search of the ninety nine percent : social movements, social media, and the rhetoric of Occupy Wall Street
Key-Consonant Theory Applied to Chinese
Mediating the classes in Noir fiction: hierarchies in American Noir, detective, and crime texts
Preparing the underprepared : developing literacy skills in basic writers using a rhetorical approach to texts
Re-Weaving A Decolonized South In Contemporary Cherokee Women'S Poetry
Rooted/uprooted : identity in Chiapas Mayan and Mexican-American literature
Spinoza and Consciousness
The Influence of Anxiety on Modern American Poetry: The Cases of Pound, Williams, and H.D.
Tulips and the caged nightingale: The rhetoric of coded dissent performed in the Iranian public sphere