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Browsing by Subject "Gender and sexuality in literature"

Browsing by Subject "Gender and sexuality in literature"

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  • Rodgers, Katie (2018)
    Drives, both literal and metaphorical, come together in The Haunting of Hill House. These drives occur in the car and in the home, two spaces that are symbolically important in terms of women’s independence and freedom, ...
  • Frank, Katherine (2017)
    In my thesis, I examine how Birdie’s existence, action, and environment all make the case that any kind of racial utopia will not erase race but embrace it. Specifically, it will embrace blackness, the essential “mixed” ...

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