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Author: Wallace, Elizabeth Marie
Advisor: Pinson, Hermine
Committee Members: Gray, Nancy, 1947-; Johnson, Chelsea; Freiman, Christopher
Issued Date: 7/18/2012
Subjects: Creative writing
Revolution
Lurch
Short stories
Fiction
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10288/16783
Description: These short stories present an ongoing and incomplete attempt to comprehend the nature of revolution in its broadest context. Characters experience personal revelations in conjunction with, and often as the result of, their involvement with changing political, social, religious, or scientific landscapes. In this way, these stories explore revolution from the point of view of the singular unit, the revolutionary, in order to grasp the role of individual decisions and beliefs within greater movements.
Degree: Bachelors of Arts in English


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