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The Commodification of Textual Engagements in the English Renaissance
Contents: Introduction Enlarging the borders of criticism The antechambers of the English book: a survey of front matter Through a threshold, metaphorically: personified engagements The role of theExpand
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Treatment Approaches for Patients With Opioid Use Disorder and Chronic Noncancer Pain: a Literature Review
Background:The comorbidity between opioid use disorder and chronic noncancer pain (CNCP) create a challenge for clinicians involved in the care of those patients. Our goal in this review is to offerExpand
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"Ah ain't heard whut de tex' wuz": The (Il)legitimate Textuality of Old English and Black English
“Oral literature” is an uncomfortable pair of words; Walter Ong goes so far as to suggest that the phrase is “self-contradictory” (1982:13). Orality has gained legitimacy as an object of criticalExpand
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“Dead for a Ducat”: Tragedy and Marginal Risk
In Shakespeare’s London, it was increasingly apparent that the circulation of abstract capital and its transformative powers could create stark disparities of wealth and poverty. Meanwhile, theExpand
Comic Translations in All’s Well That Ends Well
All’s Well That Ends Well is set almost entirely in France, and it pivots around the personal and social transformations that Helen and Parolles experience at the margin of that French world, inExpand
Interlinguicity and The Alchemist
Ben Jonson animates The Alchemist with an intersection of languages. In this moral satire, he captures the layered dialects, specialized vocabularies, and social desires of London and holds them upExpand
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“Nurses, Docs, and Drugs”
In 1999, Dartmouth faculty and researchers, in collaboration with the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), established the Veterans Administration Quality Scholars (VAQS) Fellowship, a trainingExpand