by Alex Lanz

Lucia – Alex Pheby

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Texts like Lucia invite us to reconsider Lucia as not simply an ruined and silenced woman, interesting only by virtue of being the daughter of James Joyce, but an artist who could have had an outlet, could have given herself and left us with more.

Fantasy – Kim-Anh Schreiber

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FANTASY reminds the reader that as we look at the often broken and crooked stories of ourselves, we can’t forget that history keeps circumscribing us, even as its content eludes us.

Marxist Literary Criticism Today – Barbara Foley

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The message of Marxist criticism has more to offer students striving for change while facing the world.