Vol 8, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Front Matter

Front Matter PDF
Criterion: A Journal for Literary Criticism i-x
Editors' Note PDF
Kristen Soelberg, Jenna Peterson xi-xii


Urbanized Prostitution in Swift's "Beautiful Nymph" PDF
Tyler Moore 1-8
The Treachery of the Persistence of Memory: An Analysis of the Manipulative Narrator of Edgar Allan Poe's "Ligeia" PDF
Chelsea Lee 9-17
Can There Be an Ideal Coffeehouse?: John Milton as Proponent and Critic of the Public Sphere PDF
Hadley Griggs 18-27
Levinas's "Face" and "Other" in Dostoevsky's The Idiot: Embodiment and Betrayal PDF
Hannah Vinchur 28-37
Manners, Mobility, Class, and Connection in Austen's Emma and Pride and Prejudice PDF
Frances Koziar 38-48
"Only That Day Dawns to Which We Are Awake": Thoreau's Walden, Alienated Labor, and Utopian Thinking in the Twenty-First Century PDF
Jacob Sloan 49-63
America Despises a Loser: Masculinity, Violence, and Failure in Joyce Carol Oates's You Must Remember This PDF
James Darrell Thompson 64-78
Creation, Identity, and Relationships in Milton's Paradise Lost PDF
Marissa Compton 79-90
De-suturing Milton's Eden: Navigating from an Althusserian Bipartite System to a Badiouian Set in Paradise Lost PDF
Brittany Strobelt 91-103
Signifier, Signified, and the Nature of Madness in The Winter's Tale PDF
Adam Anderson 104-111

End Matter

Contributors PDF
Criterion: A Journal for Literary Criticism 112-113

Full Issue

Criterion: A Journal for Literary Criticism PDF
Criterion: A Journal for Literary Criticism

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