Vol. 4 (2013)
Front MatterTom Mack, Ph.D.
ContentsTom Mack, Ph.D.
The Flowers That Bloom in the Spring: A Critical Look at Flower Imagery in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's TaleElizabeth Peloso
Cukor's Little Women and the Great Depression: Sacrifice, Morality, and Familial BlissKatherine Kellett
Claiming the Feminine: Assimilationism and Militantism in Three Lesbian TextsTravis Ferrell
Physical and Verbal Spectacle in Henry ~ Richard III, and Titus AndronicusAnna Vaninskaya
The Transforming Power of Breeches: the Merging of Rosalind's Two Selves in As You Like ItStephanie Eddleman
Flight of the ImaginationLaura M. Tomashek
Hardy and Owen on World War I: Explications and a Comparative Analysis of "The Man He Killed" and "Dulce et Decorum Est"William Wright
Back MatterTom Mack, Ph.D.
THE OSWALD Review Undergraduate Research and Criticism In the Discipline of English: Volume 4 Fall 2002
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