Sentimental modernism : women writers and the revolution of the word
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Hart, Hilary, 1969- (University of Oregon, 2004-03)The nineteenth-century American sentimental novel has only in the last twenty years received consideration from the academy as a legitimate literary tradition. During that time feminist scholars have argued that sentimental ...
McCormick, Stephen Patrick, 1979- (University of Oregon, 2011-06)My dissertation focuses on the thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Franco-Italian literary corpus. These texts, written in a hybrid French-Italianate language, include such works as the Entrée d'Espagne and, more famously, ...
Pollard, Jacqueline Anne (University of Oregon, 2009-09)This dissertation considers the formal and thematic camaraderie between T. S. Eliot and Djuna Barnes. The Waste Land 's poet, whom critics often cite as exemplary of reactionary high modernism, appears an improbable ...