Volume 22

“Reflections on Terror and Loss”: Representative Strategies in Early Responses to 9/11
Jessica Young

Doing Things with Words: Relating, Recreating, and Performing Speech Acts in Absalom, Absalom! and The Seven Madmen
David King

Victorian Zeitgeist and Post-Modern Poltergeist; Alice’s Uncanny Afterlife as Post-Structuralist Poster Child: Consummating Origin, Consuming Paradox and Embodying Resistance
Greta Snyder

Eighteenth-Century British Women’s Abolitionist Poetry: Class, Morality, Liberty, and the Systemic Constructs of Oppression in Hannah More’s “Slavery: A Poem” and Ann Yearsley’s “A Poem on the Inhumanity of the Slave Trade”
Alden Wood

Alternative (to) Utopia: The “Country Adjacent” to Millenium Hall
Annette Hulbert

Transubstantiation and Host Desecration as Metaphor in the Croxton Play of the Sacrament
Josie Schoel