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About the author:

Lianna Arcelay is a third-year student in the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Georgia. She studies Comparative Literature, and is working toward a minor in Spanish. She desires to pursue an MA and a PhD in Comparative Literature; she is also interested in teaching children English in a Hispanophone or Francophone country post-graduation. Lianna has been interested in the field of Ecocriticism, and in works that critique humans’ relationship with the nonhuman environment, or natural world. She also possesses a light penchant for existentialist, absurdist, and dystopian literature.

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