Storm Stories: Chopin and Faulkner in New Orleans―and on the Gulf
Miscegenation and the Mystique of New Orleans: Identity and Race
Consciousness in The Awakening and Absalom, Absalom!
Romances of the White Woman's Burden: Chopin's At Fault, Faulkner's
Light in August, and the Legacies of U.S. Plantation Fiction
The Green Breast of the Southern Plantation: Equating Women and Property in Faulkner's
Go Down, Moses and Chopin's "No-Account Creole"
How Merry Are the Widows in Chopin's At Fault and Faulkner's "There Was a Queen"?
Empowering the Pedestal: Unvanquishable Grannies in Faulkner and Chopin
In Search of Agency: Edna Pontellier and Charlotte Rittenmeyer Find Independence, and Death, in
The Awakening and The Wild Palms
Failing to Know Their Roles: Examining Parallels Between Addie Bundren and Edna Pontellier
A Fable of Labor: Class Struggle, the Specter of Class
Consciousness, and Faulkner's Unread Hostility to Capitalism
Deconstructing Immortality and Decay in Faulkner's A Fable
"You'll Never Find a Woman Who Is Worthy of You": Freud's The Interpretation of Dreams and the Effects of Oedipal Impulses in Faulkner's
The Sound and the Fury
Victoria M. Bryan
Some Medical History Embedded in Faulkner's Jason Compson
Moving Beyond Acceptable Boundaries: Another Critical Awakening
Music as a Motif in The Awakening
Kate Chopin and "Super-Spiritual Superior" Influences