Recent Submissions

  • Reconciling Sentimental and Radical Tendencies in the Life and Work of Fanny Fern: Her Influence on Women Newspaper Columnists 

    Roth, Valerie (2009-12-22)
    <p>Far more than a conventional Victorian woman whose premature widowhood and single-motherhood compelled her to seek employment as a sentimental journalist, Fanny Fern is a both a representative of typical nineteenth-century ...
  • Where the Huck is Finn? The Hunt for Huckleberry Finn in Hannibal 

    Zima, Dusty (2010-05-22)
    <p>The Mississippi River town of Hannibal, Missouri clings to the romanticized notion that it is “America’s Hometown.” The visitor’s bureau, chamber of commerce, and the Hannibal Jaycees strive to portray Hannibal as an ...
  • Curriculum Project to be implemented at The Bay Academy for the Arts and Sciences, I.S. 98, Brooklyn, NY 

    Southard, Allison (2011-08-31)
    <p>The revised curriculum for my 8<sup>th</sup> grade ELA class is based on the current state and national standards. Since New York State is adopting the Common Core Standards there needs to be some revision and thought ...
  • Suspension in Suspense: Expressions of English Medieval Morality Plays in 

    Connell, Jessica (2011-08-29)
    <p>English medieval morality plays such as <em>Everyman</em> and <em>Mankind</em> have found a voice in G. K. Chesterton’s and Arthur Conan Doyle’s crime literature. The moral vision that Chesterton and Doyle offer is based ...
  • Western Literature in China and the Translation of a Nation 

    Qi, Shouhua (Palgrave Macmillanhttp://us.macmillan.com/westernliteratureinchinaandthetranslationofanation/ShouhuaQiNew York, 2012-02-01)
    <p>This book traces the contours of the ways in which Western literature (in both the broad and narrow sense) was introduced and received in China from the 1840s to the present. It is an attempt to navigate and unpack the ...
  • Servant’s of Desire in Virginia Woolf’s Shorter Fiction (The) 

    Levy, Heather (Peter Lang International Academic Publishershttp://www.peterlang.com/index.cfm?event=cmp.ccc.seitenstruktur.detailseiten&seitentyp=produkt&pk=54270&concordeid=310940New York, 2010-01-01)
    <p><em>The Servants of Desire</em> <em>in Virginia Woolf's Shorter Fiction </em>proposes an insight into the ways in which Virginia Woolf engaged with questions of how class influences working women's occupation of private ...
  • Pearl Jacket and Other Stories: Flash Fiction from Contemporary China (The) 

    Qi, Shouhua (Stone Bridge Presshttp://www.stonebridge.com/shopexd.asp?id=148Berkeley, 2008-10-03)
    <p>Hugely popular in China, flash fiction is poised to be the most exciting new development in contemporary Chinese literature in a decade. Integrating both vernacular and contemporary styles while embracing new technologies ...
  • Twin-Sun River: An American POW in China 

    Qi, Shouhua (WingsAsClouds Press, 2011-08-01)
    <p>"Twin-Sun River" tells the story of Pfc Simon Mackenzie who chooses to disappear in the heartland of China to chase his "Walden" or "Peach Orchard Outside the World" dream soon after the armistice was effected. There, ...
  • The True Rise of The Fallen Woman: A Critical Study of Thomas Hardy’s Tess of The D’Urbervilles 

    Nixon, Kathryn (2009-12-22)
    <p>The genre of work known as the literature of the fallen woman adheres to a strict set of guidelines for its infamous female roles. Fault, misery, and death are the ideal circumstances under which these women lead their ...
  • Language and the Negotiation of Power Relationships in Selected Lais of Marie de France 

    Roberts, Karen (2007-12-22)
    <p>The twelfth-century Lais of Marie de France reveal a societal move from using violence and force as the predominant method of negotiating power relationships to the use of language and words to affect the power dynamic ...
  • “Farewell, Dolly! Or A Fare Well Planned” A Play in One Act 

    Haym, Cynthia (2010-05-22)
    <p>Traditionally, women have been expected to live by male standards and to abdicate knowing who they are in order to fulfill the feminine roles of a patriarchal society. My creative writing thesis focuses on the particular ...
  • China Complex: From the Sublime to the Absurd on the U.S.-China Scene 

    Qi, Shouhua (Long River Presshttp://www.longriverpress.com/HISTORY%20AND%20BIOGRAPHY.htmlSan Francisco, 2009-11-01)
    <p>For more than a century, the United States and China have been partners in an occasionally graceful, sometimes awkward cultural-political tango. In this insightful narrative, Shouhua Qi, part of a new generation of ...
  • When the Purple Mountain Burns: A Novel 

    Qi, Shouhua (Long River Presshttp://www.longriverpress.com/LITERATURE%20AND%20PHILOSOPHY.htmlSan Francisco, 2005-07-01)
    <p>This is an unprecedented first novel by a native son of Nanking, set during the first six days after the fall of the city to the Japanese imperial army in December of 1937. Shouhua Qi has crafted a diverse array of ...
  • Red Guard Fantasies and Other Stories 

    Qi, Shouhua (Long River Presshttp://www.longriverpress.com/LITERATURE%20AND%20PHILOSOPHY.htmlSan Francisco, 2007-04-01)
    <p>The 14 short stories collected here, all inspired by real-life events, are about people caught in the unsettling drama of a fast-changing China, about the average person who thrusts forward in life, stubbornly, despite ...