LATCH
A journal for the study of the Literary Artifact in Theory, Culture, or History

 
         
   

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Volume 2 (2009)

Covers (front outside, front inside, back inside, back outside)

Front Matter

The Trope of Doors in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale
Earl G. Ingersoll, pp. 1-16

Colonizing Ireland in the Hybrid Performance/ Text of Shakespeare’s Henry V
Clifford Stetner, pp. 17-53

On Not Naming I: Onomastic Absence in Cather’s My Ántonia (Or, The Name Démeublé)
Kerry Manders, pp. 54-81

Where Mediterranean and American Captivity Narratives Meet: The Case of Captain John Smith
Brooke A. Stafford, pp. 82-100

From Lydgate to Shakespeare: George Ferrers and the Historian as Moral Compass  
Charles Beem, pp. 101-114

Hawthorne and His Audience: History, Dream, and Moral Values
Patsy J. Daniels, pp. 115-128

On the Road: Ezra Pound’s Poetry of Place
Ira B. Nadel, pp. 129-135

Trauma and Free Will in Lolita
Jacqueline Hamrit, pp. 136-145
 

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