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Submissions from 2022

Writing as Perceiving: Defamiliarization, Normalization and Juxtaposition, Laura Valeri

A Story Walks into a Bar, Laura E. Valeri

Submissions from 2015

The Chivalric Code of Westeros, Carol P. Jamison

Submissions from 2013

Servile Copulation in Milton’s Doctrine and Discipline of Divorce, Christopher P. Baker

Using Savannah as Text, Helen E. Howells

Submissions from 2011

Adrienne Rich’s ‘Diving into the Wreck, Helen E. Howells

Beyond Bob Dylan: Composition and Literature in the Classroom, Helen E. Howells

Willa Cather’s ‘Paul’s Case, Helen E. Howells

Submissions from 2009

A New Testament Analogue for the Porter Scene in Macbeth, Christopher P. Baker