Vol. 10 (2013)
Front MatterTom Mack, Ph.D.
ContentsTom Mack, Ph.D.
Catalyst and Inhibitor: The Song of Keats’s NightingaleJonathan Krol
In Search of America: Nature, Spirituality, and the Self in American Transcendentalism and Beat Generation LiteratureCaitlin Cater
Reading Beyond Modern Feminism: Kate Chopin’s The AwakeningChristina R. Williams
“Suit Me All Points Like a Man”: Gender and Performance in As You Like It and Richard IIITaylor Burns
A Place for Originality within Intertextuality: The Texts and Intertexts of Dorothy Gale and the Wizard of OzSavannah Ganster
“But Business is Business, and Business Must Grow”: A Take on The LoraxRebecca L. Hahn
Back MatterTom Mack, Ph.D.
THE OSWALD Review Undergraduate Research and Criticism In the Discipline of English: Volume 10 Fall 2008