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Latest publications:
The Tempestuous Sexual and Creative Life of William Shakespeare and Emilia Bassano-Lanier

This article shows how the tempestuous life experiences of William Shakespeare and Emilia Bassano-Lanier are represented, transformed, and resolved in their art.

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Published online: August 15, 2017

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Twisting Dickens’ Tale: Sir Harry Johnston’s Revenge

Harry Johnston's 1919 novel, "The Gay-Dombeys," used Dickens' "Dombey and Son" as a shield for semi-autobiographical fiction that took revenge on those mandarins who had destroyed his civil service career.

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Published online: May 19, 2017

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Labor, Alienation, and Aesthetics: Perspectives from Chinese Female Worker Poets

By analyzing the writings of contemporary Chinese female worker poets, this article studies the complicated relationships between labor, alienation, and aesthetics.

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Published online: April 20, 2017

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John McClane’s Origin Story: Understanding "Die Hard" as Film Adaptation of Roderick Thorp’s "Nothing Lasts Forever"

This article looks at the acclaimed blockbuster "Die Hard" in light of its genre-mixed novelistic origin.

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Published online: April 20, 2017

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The Missing Link: Use of Multiple Personality Disorder/Dissociative Identity Disorder as a Framework for Interpretation and Reintegration of the Author into Literary Analysis

This article centers around the use of theories on Multiple Personality Disorder and implements said theories into a new form of literary interpretation.

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Published online: April 11, 2017

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Secrecy and Identity in Prince of the Himalayas

This article is an analysis of psychological complexity in the first Hamlet adaptation in Chinese cinema.

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Published online: March 6, 2017

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Literature of the Anthropocene: Hunting Books

This article is an examination of how fiction that includes hunting in Africa has supported and perpetuated wildlife collapse and environmental change.

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Published online: March 3, 2017

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L'Art Noir: The Perfidy of Images in Film Noir

This is an exploration of the deployment of art in American film noir as a duplicitous narrative device, with intentions ranging from confusion through deceit to destruction.

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Published online: February 23, 2017

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The Silence that Will Not Speak: Asian American Women’s Narrative of Resistance in Grace M. Cho’s Haunting the Korean Diaspora (2008) and Joy Kogawa’s Obasan (1981)

This study shows how silence can strategically function as both a form of oppression and a coping mechanism to trauma in two Asian American women writings.

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Published online: December 5, 2016

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Totem and Tableaux: The Elegiac Photography of Hannah Maynard

The experimental images of Canadian photographer Hannah Maynard (1834-1918) employ collage and "re-photography" to level distinctions between the living and the dead.

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Published online: November 3, 2016

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