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Depictions of women in Victorian literature: precursors of social change or stereotypical?  Hermary, Dorothy
2015
Equalizing extremes to master the mean  Barlow, Chelsea
2011
Human after all: an exploration of Steven Galloway's The cellist of Sarajevo  Horvath, Steven
2010
If only reality wasn’t so…real: beyond the adventure in Michael Ondaatje’s The cat’s table  Malin, Carrie
2013
Inside, outside, inside–out: circles in Indian horse  Regan, Rebecca
2014
Living in the moment: the everyday in Woolf’s Mrs. Dalloway and Cunningham’s The Hours  Bushell, Jessa
2015
Research essay of Lullabies for little criminals by Heather O'Neill  Lekas, Ariel
2009
Set apart: implications of naming practices in Indian horse  Wielinga, Farron
2014
The ship Is alive! Not really, but maybe!  Darlington, Sam
2013
‘A peculiar gift of providence': the power-imbalance caused by gift-giving in Millenium Hall  Snyder, Elisia
2015
With confidence I avenge thee  Peters, Carrianne
2013
White ice  Snyder, Elisia
2014
Tina  Lowe, Devyn
2010
Progressive feminism through James Bond  Mosley, Eric
2015
We were sent to cleave the savage from them  Van Vliet, Paulina
2014
Soma  Pederson, Kaley
2011
Cutting into the abyss: the subtle knife as the pharmakon in Pullman's His Dark Materials  Blomquist, Gregory
2013
The ponderings of a poet: architecture as representative of an author's concerns in Geoffrey Chaucer's House of Fame  Spies, McKenzie
2013
"We story them": Thomas King's rhetorical approach to the de-othering and re-storying of First Nations people  Moorsel, Alyssa Van
2013
“Something inaudible”: Anthony Burgess’s Mozart and the wolf gang and Kirsty Gunn’s the big music as literary music through Roland Barthes’s concept of listening  Behr, Eric
2014

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