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The Bell Jar By Sylvia Plath
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Plath's only novel, but a famous one, with strong elements of autobiography. It is 1953, and Esther Greenwood has just arrived in New York City: she and eleven others have won a contest, the prize... More > being one month of employment at a famous fashion magazine. But afterwards, depression sets in< Less
Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar and the Higher Education of Women By Amina Benman
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Sylvia Plath and her 1963 novel The Bell Jar can help readers understand how experiences at a post-World War II women's college directly led to feelings of regret and depression in the women who... More > attended them. The novel illustrates the challenges that Plath and other women faced in college and in their post-graduation lives in a 1950s society dominated by patriarchal demands and designs. This book will examine these themes and, most importantly, how freedom is not necessarily fulfilling if it is only offered but not supported by society.< Less
Sylvia Plath; Her Life In Art By Deborah Stevenson
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A completed undergraduate dissertation on the infamous poet, Sylvia Plath. The dissertation examines how her life and her work combined into one.
Contemporary Christian Music Makers By Mark Weber
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Find out about contemporary Christian music artists like Acappella, Todd Agnew, Allen Asbury, Avalon, Paul Baloche, Margaret Becker, Steve Bell, Jeremy Camp, Bob Carlisle, Carman, Casting Crowns,... More > Steven Curtis Chapman, Joel Chernoff, Freddie Colloca, David Crowder, Charlie Daniels, Brian Doerksen, FFH, Amy Grant, Tim Hughes, Jars of Clay, Katinas, Bonnie Keen, KJ-52, Scott Krippayne, Rachael Lampa, Tony Melendez, MercyMe, Nicole C. Mullen, Martha Munizzi, Newsboys, Parachute Band, Pillar, P.O.D., Point of Grace, John Reuben, Selah, Seventh Day Slumber, Michael W. Smith, Sonicflood, Rebecca St. James, Switchfoot, John Michael Talbot, John Tesh, Toby Mac, Third Day, Tammy Trent, Kathy Troccoli, Jason Upton, Sheila Walsh, Joy Williams, CeCe Winans as they're profiled in this informative and entertaining book. If you want to know who's who in contemporary Christian music and what they're about, buy this book.< Less
Asylum and Bedlam : The Anti-Psychiatric Strain In Some American Novels By Paul Brewin
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The views of the anti-psychiatrists (R D Laing, Thomas Szasz) have been used to examine several novels. The novels also criticise many aspects of psychiatry. Three works of fiction are considered in... More > detail: Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar, Frederick Exley's A Fan's Notes and Ken Kesey's One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest. It is shown how the anti-psychiatric strain in these novels offers an approach to modern psychiatry which is equally critical, if less formal, than the anti-psychiatric non-fiction.< Less
Sing Me to Sleep By Rick Smith
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Written in an insightful and provocative first person narrative, Sing Me To Sleep tells the story of teenager Rick Smith\222s first year at a small Kansas community college, where he chooses Music... More > Education as his major. The narrator tells about his recent break-up with his high school sweetheart Cleo, his failed attempts at courting the opposite sex, and his confusion with society in general. Although it addresses suicide, Sing Me To Sleep is far from a feel good Hallmark book or a tale of whiney self-loathing. Reading Sing Me to Sleep is like throwing On The Road, A Catcher in the Rye, and The Bell Jar into a blender and infusing the mixture into a post 9/11 world. Authentic and riveting, Sing Me to Sleep is a startling look into the teenage worlds of sex, college, music, booze, depression, and suicide.< Less
Sing Me to Sleep By Rick Smith
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Written in an insightful and provocative first person narrative, Sing Me To Sleep tells the story of teenager Rick Smith\222s first year at a small Kansas community college, where he chooses Music... More > Education as his major. The narrator tells about his recent break-up with his high school sweetheart Cleo, his failed attempts at courting the opposite sex, and his confusion with society in general. Although it addresses suicide, Sing Me To Sleep is far from a feel good Hallmark book or a tale of whiney self-loathing. Reading Sing Me to Sleep is like throwing On The Road, A Catcher in the Rye, and The Bell Jar into a blender and infusing the mixture into a post 9/11 world. Authentic and riveting, Sing Me to Sleep is a startling look into the teenage worlds of sex, college, music, booze, depression, and suicide.< Less
aspeers 1 (2008) By aspeers (American Studies Leipzig)
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aspeers is the first European graduate journal for American Studies. It was launched in 2007, this is the first issue. It contains academic contributions by: Johannes Barthel (Hybridity as a... More > "Narrative of Liberation" in Trevor D. Rhone’s Old Story Time), Konstantin Butz (Rereading American Hardcore: Intersectional Privilege and the Lyrics of Early Californian Hardcore Punk), Frank Cyba (“An Older Light Than Ours:” Faulkner’s Reflections on Race and Racism in Light in August), Judith Freiin von Falkenhausen (The Influence of Sigmund Freud’s Clark Lectures on American Concepts of the Self), Stuart Noble (Don DeLillo and Society’s Reorientation to Time and Space: An Interpretation of Cosmopolis), Rosi Smith (Seeing Through the Bell Jar: Distorted Female Identity in Cold War America), and art contributions by Jonathon Dore, Myronn Hardy, David Mills, and Kathrin Zöller. For more information on aspeers, please refer to www.aspeers.com< Less
aspeers 1 (2008) By aspeers (American Studies Leipzig)
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aspeers is the first European graduate journal for American Studies. It was launched in 2007, this is the first issue. It contains academic contributions by: Johannes Barthel (Hybridity as a... More > "Narrative of Liberation" in Trevor D. Rhone’s Old Story Time), Konstantin Butz (Rereading American Hardcore: Intersectional Privilege and the Lyrics of Early Californian Hardcore Punk), Frank Cyba (“An Older Light Than Ours:” Faulkner’s Reflections on Race and Racism in Light in August), Judith Freiin von Falkenhausen (The Influence of Sigmund Freud’s Clark Lectures on American Concepts of the Self), Stuart Noble (Don DeLillo and Society’s Reorientation to Time and Space: An Interpretation of Cosmopolis), Rosi Smith (Seeing Through the Bell Jar: Distorted Female Identity in Cold War America), and art contributions by Jonathon Dore, Myronn Hardy, David Mills, and Kathrin Zöller. For more information on aspeers, please refer to www.aspeers.com< Less
Birthday Snapshots,L’Equazione Tragica nelle Lettere di Compleanno di Ted Hughes: un rito magico By Elio Marpa
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Ted Hughes elabora in Shakespeare and the Goddess of Complete Being quella che chiama la Tragic Equation: i Complete Works sono, secondo lui, un enorme rito magico intessuto per curare la spirito... More > (religioso) del popolo d'Inghilterra. Questo saggio esplora l'applicazione, da parte di Hughes, della stessa teoria al proprio ultimo libro, Birthday Letters, architettato per sanare almeno sul piano mitico la tragedia personale della propria vita: il matrimonio con Sylvia Plath ed il suicidio di lei.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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