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Mad Woman in The Bell Jar: Esther's Struggle for Literary Authenticity Within the Patriarchal Narrative
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Rebuilding Germany's Children: The Nazi Indoctrination and Postwar Reeducation of the Hitler Youth
Beowulf's Missing Mother: Beowulf's Relationships With Family, Women, and His Own Gender
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Reading Flannery O'Connor and the Restrictive Femininity of the 1950s
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Homoerotic Vampirism in "Goblin Market" and Carmilla
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Sound and Silence: A Psychoanalytic Analysis of "The Medium"
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The Divine "Sophia": The Development of Jewish and Hellenistic Thought in the Christology of the New Testament
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Breaching the Iron Curtain: Louis Armstrong, Cultural Victory, and Cold War Ambassadorship
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Furman Humanities Review. Volume 30, April 2019
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