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Work AuthorWork TitleYear PublishedArticle Title
Atwood, MargaretThe Handmaid’s Tale1985The Once and Future America: Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale, and the Consequences of (American) Society Yielding to Fear
Brontë, CharlotteJane Eyre1847Powerful Vision: The Power of Women and the Motif of Sight in Jane Eyre by Charlotte Brontë
Browning, RobertMen and Women1855A Soliloquy of Browning’s: Art, Time, and Commodity in Robert Browning’s “A Toccata of Galuppi’s”
Burgess, AnthonyA Clockwork Orange1962Burgess’ Myopic Morality: Why Anthony Burgess’ Infamous A Clockwork Orange is Stronger Without its Original Last Chapter
Camus, AlbertThe Stranger1942Smiling While Despised: The Ending of Albert Camus’ The Stranger and the Beginning of Authenticity
Cather, WillaDeath Comes for the Archbishop1927Personal Ethics and the Old West: The Unique Form and Common Values of Willa Cather’s Death Comes for the Archbishop
Chaucer, GeoffreyThe Canterbury Talesc. late 1300sPuppetry and the “Popet:” Fiction, Reality, and Empathy in Geoffrey Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales
Conrad, JosephHeart of Darkness1899A Controversy Worth Teaching: Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness and the Ethics of Stature
Douglass, FrederickNarrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave1845Acclaim Freely Given: How Frederick Douglass’ Autobiography Communes with the Reader
Doyle, RoddyThe Woman who Walked into Doors1996Not Himself: Roddy Doyle’s The Woman who Walked into Doors and the Ethics of Representation
Dumas, AlexandreThe Count of Monte Cristo1844The Electronic Serial: 5 Lessons for Internet Writers from Alexandre Dumas’ The Count of Monte Cristo
Franklin, BenjaminThe Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin1791Acclaim Demanded: How Benjamin Franklin’s Autobiography Manipulates the Reader
Heller, JosephCatch-221961Rocks and Hard Places Galore: The Bureaucratic Appropriation of War in Joseph Heller’s Catch-22
Ishiguro, KazuoNever Let Me Go2005Til’ Death Soon Us Part: Love as an Intrinsic Good in Kazuo Ishiguro’s Never Let Me Go
McCabe, PatrickBreakfast on Pluto1998Tradition Troubled: Boisterous Fun, Visceral Bloodshed, and ‘Irishness’ in Patrick McCabe’s Breakfast on Pluto
Sartre, Jean-PaulNausea1938Meeting Angst and Despair: A Brief Introduction to the Symbols and Revelations to be Found in Jean-Paul Sartre’s Nausea
Shakespeare, WilliamOthello1603Antagonism in Othello: Subversive and Progressive Racial Attitudes in the Characters of Shakepeare’s Othello
Skloot, RebeccaThe Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks2010Creative Journalism: American Race Politics, Perspective, and Shifting Culture in The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Southey, RobertPoems Concerning the Slave-Trade1797Sonneteer, Pamphleteer: Analyzing Robert Southey’s use of the Sonnet Form to Combat Slavery
Sukel, KaytThe Art of Risk2016Risk Defended: On the Focused Insights and Leisurely Presentation of Kayt Sukel’s The Art of Risk
Tolstoy, LeoThe Death of Ivan Ilyich1886Proximity to Death: Authentic Living and Authentic Dying in Leo Tolstoy’s The Death of Ivan Ilyich
Toole, John KennedyA Confederacy of Dunces1980Peopling Picaresque: On the Well-drawn Characters of John Kennedy Toole’s A Confederacy of Dunces
Twain, MarkPudd’nhead Wilson1894Nature, Nurture, Nightmare: On Mark Twain’s Other Ironic Masterpiece, Pudd’nhead Wilson
VoltaireCandide1759The Unexpected Joy of Despair: Comedy and Tragedy in Voltaire’s Candide
Vonnegut, KurtCat’s Cradle1963Laughing at the Worst: The Equal-parts-comedic-and-nihilistic Critique of Inhumane Research in Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle
Wells, H.G.The Island of Dr. Moreau1896Coping with Scientific Understanding: Discoveries that can Forever Alter Worldviews in H.G. Wells’ The Island of Dr. Moreau
[Author Unknown – Beowulf Poet]Beowulfc. 700-1000Ending Unending Feuds: The Portent of Beowulf‘s Historicization of Violent Conflict
[Author Unknown – Pearl Poet]Sir Gawain and the Green Knightc. late 1300sThe Green Knight’s Wife: Space and Gender Relations in the Chivalric Romance Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

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