Vol 6, No 1 (2013)

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Criterion: A Journal for Literary Criticism i-xii
Editors' Note PDF
Brice Peterson, Joseph Post xii-xiv


Make or Break: The Effects of Traumatic Experience on Sympathy in As I Lay Dying PDF
Jordan Call 15-23
"Artes That Been Curious": Questions of Magic and Morality in Chaucer's "The Franklin's Tale" PDF
Kaitlin Coats 25-36
Fixing the Phantoms of Conceit: Wordsworth's Prefiguration of the Photographic Impulse in "Tintern Abbey" and The Prelude PDF
Rachel Daniel 37-55
Wittgenstein Language, and Mathematics in Paul Auster's City of Glass PDF
Nichole Eck 57-68
"By the Waters of the Susquehanna, I Laid Down and Wept": The Trauma of Removal in Mary Rowlandson's The Sovereignty and Goodness of God PDF
Aaron Graham 69-80
"REX QUONDAM REXQUE FUTURUS": The Chronology of Camelot in Le Morte d'Artur PDF
Elizabeth McIntosh 81-94
"The Most Fatal Thing a Man Can Do is Try to Stand Alone": Collective Individualism in Carson McCullers's The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter PDF
Rebecca Peterson 95-107
Forum Prompt: Haunted Subjects PDF
Jayne Elizabeth Lewis 109-113
Speaking Through Death in Toni Morrison's Beloved and Jean Rhys's Wide Sargasso Sea PDF
Monir Birouk 115-131
"nicht wirklich unheimlich, vielleicht gemütlich, auf eine gemeine art": The Pleasure of Haunting in Judith Hermann's Nichts als Gespenster PDF
Brad Gerhardt 133-146
The Death of Trauma: Mourning and Healing in Edwidge Danticat's The Dew Breaker PDF
Marinda Quist 147-156

End Matter

Contributors PDF
Criterion: A Journal for Literary Criticism 157-159

Full Issue

Criterion: A Journal for lIterary Criticism (2013) PDF
Criterion: A Journal for Literary Criticism

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