Monday, January 31, 2011

Post for Feb 2

Hello All,

Post the name of the article you will be discussing for your Research Summary assignment. Remember that this is a two-page summary and response (around 1 1/2 pages of summary and 1/2 page of response).

You can find these articles either through a scholarly database or through the library's collection.

44 comments:

  1. Marlyce Haugen

    The Parisian Theatre II: The New Theatre
    Critic:David Bradby
    Source: Modern French Drama:1940-1980
    Criticism about:Eugene Ionesco

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  2. As If Day Had Rearranged Into Night: Suicidal Tendencies in the Poetry of Anne Sexton
    -Critic: Mikhail Ann Long
    -Criticism about: Anne (harvey) Sexton

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  3. The Poetic Heroism of Anne Sexton
    Critic: Diana Hume George
    Criticism about: Anne (harvey) Sexton

    Jaime Nelson

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  4. Anne Sexton: The Making of 'The Awful Rowing Toward God'
    Critic: Diane Wood Middlebrook
    Criticism about: Anne (Harvey) Sexton

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  6. Gabriel Garcia Marquez: "The Distance Between Bodies"
    Critic: Elizabeth A. Beverly
    Source: Commonweal 115, no. 13
    Criticism about: Gabriel Garcia Marquez's "Love in the Time of Cholera"

    Melissa Flores

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  7. Poets of Weird Abundance

    Critic: Dianne Middlebrook
    Criticism about: Anne Harvey Sexton

    -Edgar Moreno

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  8. Renelle Gisyer

    Critic: Laura Peet
    Criticism: Emily Bronte
    Work: “He Shall Never Know How I Love Him”: An Analysis of the Problem of Perception in Emily Bronte’s Wuthering Heights

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  9. AUTHOR: Creswell, Robyn
    TITLE: Re-imagining Robert Lowell

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  10. Daniel Vaughn
    Robert Frost: Or, the Spiritual Drift as Poet
    Critic: Yvor Winters
    Criticism about: Robert Lee Frost

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  11. As If Day Had Rearranged Into Night: Suicidal Tendencies in the Poetry of Anne Sexton
    Critic: Mikhail Ann Long
    Criticism about: Anne (harvey) Sexton
    -Nancy Reyes

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  12. Summoning the body: Anne Sexton's Body Poems
    Critic:Liz Porter Hankins
    Criticism about: Anne Sexton



    -Kamice

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  13. "The Playboy Liberator"

    Critic: John Bierman
    Source: Maclean's 103, no. 43 (22 October 1990): 63.
    Criticism about: Gabriel Garcia Marquez (1928-), also known as: Gabriel (Jose) Garcia Marquez, Gabriel Jose Garcia Marquez, Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Gabriel Jose Garcia-Marquez



    Leo Contreras

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  14. As If Day Had Rearranged Into Night: Suicidal Tendencies in the Poetry of Anne Sexton

    Critic: Mikhail Ann Long

    --Joni L

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  15. John Steinbeck
    Audience and Closure
    Critic: Nicholas Visser
    The Grapes of Wrath continues to be regarded as Steinbeck's major achievement.
    Source: The Grapes of Wrath," in Studies in American Fiction, Vol. 22, No. 1, Spring, 1994, pp. 19-36.

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  16. Ray Bradbury
    Source: fahrenheit 451
    Critic: George E Connor

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  17. The Loss of Lyric Space and the Critique of Traditions in Gwendolyn Brooks's In the Mecca

    Critic: Cheryl Clarke
    Source: Kenyon Review, XVII, No. 1, Winter, 1995, pp. 136-47. Reproduced by permission
    Criticism about: Gwendolyn Brooks (1917-), also known as: Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks, Mrs. Gwendolyn Brooks

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  18. Mysticism and Suicide: Anne Sexton's Last Poetry

    critic: William H. Shurr

    criticism about: Anne (Harvey) Sexton

    Alfredo Moreno

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  19. Author: Anne Rice
    Critic: Sandra Tomc
    Critique: Dieting and Damnation: Anne Rice's Interview with a Vampire

    Briana Palma

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  20. Anne Sexton: Discipline Forced upon Madness
    Critic: Angela Reich
    Criticism about: Anne Sexton

    -Yareli Lopez

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  21. Mysticism and Suicide: Anne Sexton's Last Poetry

    Critic: William H. Shurr
    Criticism about: Anne (harvey) Sexton

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  22. Jevan Lane
    Critic: Carol E. Neubauer
    Source: Black American Literature Forum, Vol. 17, No. 3, Fall, 1983, pp. 123-29. Reproduced by permission
    Criticism about: Maya Angelou (1928-), also known as: Marguerite Johnson, Marguerita Annie Johnson, Marguerite (Annie) Johnson

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  23. Critic: Efraín Kristal
    Source: Review of Contemporary Fiction, Vol. 17, No. 1, Spring, 1997, pp. 52–57
    Criticism about: (Jorge) Mario (Pedro) Vargas Llosa (1936-), also known as: Mario Vargas Llosa, Jorge Mario Pedro Vargas Llosa, (Jorge) Mario (Pedro) Vargas Llosa, (Jorge) MarioVargas Llosa

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  24. Stephen Bowen


    The Frankenstein Complex and Asimov's Robots
    By Gorman Beauchamp

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  25. Malevolent Flippancy

    Critic: Helen Vendler
    Source: The New Republic, Vol. 185, No. 19, November 11, 1981, pp. 33–6. Reproduced by permission
    Criticism about: Anne (Harvey) Sexton (1928-1974), also known as: Anne Sexton, Anne Harvey Sexton, Anne Gray Harvey



    Ezekiel V. Espanola

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  26. critic: gail pool

    source: New Boston Review , Spring, 1978, pp. 3–4. Reproduced by permission

    Criticism about:Anne (Harvey) Sexton (1928-1974), also known as: Anne Sexton, Anne Harvey Sexton, Anne Gray Harvey

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  27. David Maciel GonzalezFebruary 2, 2011 at 10:52 AM

    The Odyssey of Malcolm X: An Eriksonian Interpretation
    Source: Historian, Vol. 52, No. 1, Autumn, 1990, pp. 47-62. Reproduced by permission
    Criticism about: Malcolm X (1925-1965), also known as: Malcolm Little, El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, Malcolm X

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  28. As If Day had Rearranged into Night: Suicidal Tendencies in the Poetry of Anne Sexton

    Critic: Mikhail Ann Long
    Criticism about: Anne Sexton

    Dakota Warren

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  29. Winner: Wilbur, Richard (Purdy)
    Critic:Hecht, Anthony
    "Master of Metaphor," in The New Republic, Vol. 3, No. 826, May 16, 1988, pp. 23-32. Reproduced by permission. Reproduced in Contemporary Literary Criticism-Select.

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  30. Brandi Woolsey
    Ray Bradbury
    Source: fahrenheit 451
    Critic: George E Connor

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  31. "Harry Potter: Fairy Tale Prince, Real Boy, and Archetypal Hero"

    Critic: M. Katherine Grimes
    Source: The Ivory Tower and Harry Potter, edited by Lana A. Whited, pp. 89-122. Columbia, Mo.: University of Missouri Press, 2002.

    - V. Zamago

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  32. Gunter Grass: "Cat and Mouse"
    Robert H. Spaethling
    Monatshefte
    Vol. 62, No. 2 (Summer, 1970) (pp. 141-153)

    -Bryan Lainez

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  33. Vendler, Helen, Malevolent Flippancy, in The New Republic, Vol. 185, No. 19, November 11, 1981, pp. 336. Reproduced by permission. Reproduced in Contemporary Literary Criticism-Select.

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  34. Elizabeth Fernandez

    Feminist Fantasies: Zora Neale Hurston's 'Their Eyes Were Watching God'
    Critic: Jennifer Jordan
    Source: Tulsa Studies in Women's Literature, Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring, 1988, pp. 105-17. Reproduced by permission
    Criticism about: Zora Neale Hurston (1891-1960)

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  35. Author: Anne Sexton
    Title: 45 Mercy Street

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