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Abnormalities in the ultrastructure of melanocytes and the outer root sheath of clinically normal hair follicles from alopecia areata scalps.
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12. Kozono H, White j, Clements J, Marrack P, Kappler J: Production of soluble MHC class II prmeins with covalently bound single peptides with the potential for peptide­ mediated immunotherapy.
Nihilation of Femininity in the Battle of Looks: A Sartrean Reading of Jhumpa Lahiri’s “A Temporary Matter”
The panoptic gaze is vested in with a constitutive impact upon the subjectivity of individuals. Feminist scholars like Luce Irigaray have charged that the metaphor of vision is intimately connected
Charles Lamb, Elia and the London Magazine: Metropolitan Muse
Introduction 1 Consuming the Periodical Text: Hunt, Hazlitt and the Anxiety of Cockneyism 2 Domesticating the Flaneur: Coleridge, De Quincey and the Forms of Metropolitanism 3 The Great Wen and the
A colonial by acquisition: ambivalent subjectivity in Agnes Keith's Land Below the Wind
This article analyses the representation of the colonial British in Land Below the Wind (1939), an autobiographical travelogue by Agnes Newton Keith, the American wife of a British colonial officer
Domestic Extremism and De Quincey's "A-muck" Malay
In addition to elements of phantasmagorical prose-poem, medical treatise and candid autobiography, De Quincey’s hybrid text, Confessions of an English Opium-Eater, less obviously utilizes the diverse
Making Xavier’s dream real: Vernacular writings of catholic missionaries in modern Japan
  • S. Hull
  • Linguistics
    Contemporary Japan
  • 25 January 2021
This monograph, originally published in Japanese (Kaku, 2018), marks (to my knowledge) the first broad attempt in English to probe the relationship between Catholicism and modern Japanese culture s...
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