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    • 19th Century American Women's Literature- Symbolic Meanings in Kate Chopin's The Awakening 

      Mizic, Jessie
      When Kate Chopin wrote The Awakening in 1899, the book was instantly attacked for its blatant depiction of a woman's desire for independence and sexual freedom. It challenged the idea that a woman would be satisfied only ...
    • The River Twice 

      Cox, Brent
      The River Twice is a combination of prose, poetry, and visual imagery that explores identity formation, narrativity, and the medium of language as material for art production. The work is a semi-autofictional account of ...