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"Where Only Machine-Gun Fire Brings Us Together": Exploring Camaraderie and Human Connection in War Poetry (thesis)
Camaraderie helps redeem and blunt the horrors of war for some soldiers in some wars. While noting the value of camaraderie, this thesis examines in which wars camaraderie and connection characterize the war experience and ...
"I Made My Moves With Shackled Feet": Understanding the Subversive in the Poetry of Paul Laurence Dunbar and Kendrick Lamar (thesis)
Ever since the emergence of dialect speech into popular culture following the conclusion of the Civil War, black writers of vernacular in America have had to manage complicated relationships with both their white editors ...
The Story of the Storyteller: The Ruined Cottage and the Arc of Wordsworth's Poetic Career (thesis)
The Ruined Cottage, as we read it in anthologies today, is the tragic story of a young country woman who spends the final decade of her life slowly wasting away, tortured by the enduring hope that one day her husband will ...