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Deny All Knowledge: Reading the " X-files "
The "X Files" is as complex and controversial a phenomenon as the television series "Twin Peaks" was in the early 1990s. Mysterious and macabre episodes, led by fictional FBI agents Fox Mulder andExpand
"A Faithful Anatomy of Our Times": Reassessing Shirley Jackson
History has not been kind to Shirley Jackson. Today she is remembered almost entirely for her much-anthologized short story “The Lottery” (1948) and her 1959 novel The Haunting of Hill House, a factExpand
Picaresque Structure and the Angry Young Novel
Although John Wain's Hurry on Down (1953), Kingsley Amis' Lucky Jim (1954), and Iris Murdoch's Under the Net (1954) were all published several years before the cult of the Angry Young Man appeared inExpand
Fiction, Intuition, & Creativity: Studies in Bronte, James, Woolf, and Lessing
This volume is a search for the origins of fiction and for an understanding of how these origins influence the finished work of art. It examines the connection between the creative process andExpand
Towards over-the-shoulder guidance following a traditional learning metaphor
How the computer can be the surrogate demonstrator (coach) which provides that “over-the-shoulder” guidance needed when a student applies facts and concepts to problems is highlighted. Expand
"Just Engage in It or Not, You Get Out What You Put In": Student and Staff Experiences of Feedback and Feedforward in Workplace-Based Learning Environments.
This study compared the practices of feedback and feedforward in a range of programs in one institution during student transitions from the classroom to workplace-based learning environments and highlighted similarities and differences in practices and experiences in different workplace contexts. Expand