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Sequence, Causality, and Determinism: Anxiety over the Collision of Past and Future in Eliot’s Poetry and Joyce’s Prose
This essay was the last essay I wrote during my time studying abroad at Oxford University, and although it was written for a tutorial specifically on T.S. Eliot, it is truly a reflection of the scholarly and analytical ...
“‘How much I shall have to tell!’…‘And how much I shall have to conceal’”: The Interpretation of Speech and Gesture in Austen’s Pride and Prejudice
This essay was written for a Jane Austen seminar in which we studied several of Austen’s books in depth. I was one of the few people in the class who had never studied Austen before, and I will admit that at the start of ...