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Southeast Asian American autobiographies: Aesthetics of testimonial space
The project of re(imagining) history in Southeast Asian testimonials remembers and reconstitutes subjects and subjects of history. In this reconstitution of subjectivity and history, such texts necessarily speak of the ...
The logic of earth: Nineteenth-century precursors to the poetics of Robert Duncan
"The Logic of Earth: Nineteenth-Century Precursors to the Poetics of Robert Duncan" bridges both disciplines and centuries, focusing on the conceptual framework of Darwin's theory of evolution and its influence on the work ...
"You can't get there from here": Identity, autobiography, and self-reflection in the travel writings of Edith Wharton, Emma Hart Willard, and Ida Tarbell in France
From the late eighteenth century to the early twentieth century, travel writing, particularly when the traveler was visiting Europe, was a popular genre in the United States. This thesis focuses on the role that autobiography ...