Title

Crossing Meridians: Conceptualizing Foreignness in Omeros, Invierno, and M. Butterfly and "Dismantling the Angel of the House: Writing Back to Conventional Notions of Victorian Womanhood" (2 papers)

Date of Graduation

2015

Date of Submission

Fri, 08 May 2015 03:02:57 GMT

Class Year

2015

Major

English (ENGL)

Other Department or Program

English

Comps Adviser(s)

Walker, Constance; Cho, Nancy

Category of Work

Comps

Group or Individual

Individual

Degree

Bachelor of Arts

Components of Work

Text (paper)

Award

Distinction on comps

Identifier (Includes All Files and Enter All Their Files Name)

fergusonc_2015_ENGL_paper1.pdf; fergusonc_2015_ENGL_paper2.pdf

Keywords

Post-colonialism; immigration; nationality; foreignness; foreign; alienation; international; Orientalism; Othering; the Other; identity Feminism; gender studies; gender roles; Victorian studies; agency; Omeros by Derek Walcott; Invierno by Junot Diaz; M. Butterfly by David Henry Hwang; Madame Butterfly; Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte; Wide Sargasso Sea by Jean Rhys; A Scandal in Bohemia by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle; Sherlock Holmes; Irene Adler

Rights Management

Student author/s retain copyright to this work. Through online submission process, author/s granted Carleton College the non-exclusive rights to preserve this work as part of Carleton's academic history and to use it for teaching purposes and/or institutional research & assessment.

Student Work Completed Date

2015-03-11

Format

application/pdf

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