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(Re)Narrating the Self: Cross-Cultural Identity and Multivocality in Kim Scott’s That Deadman Dance (2010)
Written by an Australian author of mixed descent, Kim Scott’s That Deadman Dance has received high critical appraisal as a major canonical text in Australian literature. The novel hosts the earlyExpand
The Labyrinth within Kafka's The Castle: A Fluctuation between Nihilism and Existentialism
Man lives within a social context he finds himself involved in. He is doomed to choose in spite of the fact that he has had no choice in his coming to the world. Man’s being in the world subjects himExpand
So it goes: A postmodernist reading of Kurt Vonneguts Slaughterhouse-Five
The paper offers a postmodernist reading of Kurt Vonnegut’s Slaughterhouse-Five to verify the long-debated premise that postmodernism really departs from and even challenges the modernist philosophy.Expand
The Female Heroine and Her Natural Counterpart: An Ecofeminist Reading of Willa Cather’s O Pioneers!
Willa Sibert Cather is an American author famous for her representation of the struggles of the early pioneers. She is mainly concerned with underlining the role of these pioneers in theExpand