Primitive Feminism in Thomas Hardy’s Tess of the d’Urbervilles
The Role of Self-involvement in the History of Caring in Mental Health
From Eroticism to Psycho-Aesthetics and Spirituality: the Keatsian Dimensions
The Importance of Being Married: Lady Bracknell as Marriage Market Mammá in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest
Unforeseen Side Effects of Public Transport: an Incestuous Fantasy in a New England Narrative by Nathaniel Parker Willis
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Consolidating what Unite and Overcoming what Divide: African Literature and Border Issues
Emerson’s “Self-Reliance,” Hybridity, and the Cameroonian Educational System
British Land Legislation in the Gold Coast (1876-1897): A Threat to Native Institutions?
Gendered Identity and Feminism: Cross Cultural Issues in Twentieth Century African and American Women’s Poetry — Ogundipe Leslie and Adrienne Rich