Vol. 11 (2013)
Front MatterTom Mack, Ph.D.
ContentsTom Mack, Ph.D.
The Significance of the Sublime in Thomas Gray’s “Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College”Sophie Condon
A Language of Grief: Spectacular, Textual, and Violent Expression in Titus AndronicusConnor Guy
“The liquor is not earthly”: The Tempest and the Downfall of Native AmericansSally Shader
The Natives and Their Returns in Thomas Hardy’s The Return of the NativeJason Burger
Recontextualizing Guy Endore’s Babouk in the Shadow of OrientalismNathan Sacks
Back MatterTom Mack, Ph.D.
THE OSWALD Review Undergraduate Research and Criticism In the Discipline of English: Volume 11 Fall 2009
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