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

 
         
   

Vol. 4 (2011)                               ISSN (electronic) 1940-5731                        ISSN (print) 1947-9441

   
                    
   

 

 

The Pilgrim's Progress in the History of American Discourse
Galen K. Johnson, pp. 1-31

Natural History as National History in Toni Morrison's Beloved
Deborah Bailin, pp. 32-62

Corp(Se)ocracy: Marketing Death in Margaret Atwood's Oryx and Crake and The Year of the Flood
Sarah A. Appleton, pp. 63-73

Langston Hughes's Transnational Literary Journeys: History, Heritage, and Identity in "The Negro

Speaks of Rivers" and "Negro"
Sharon Lynette Jones, pp. 74-88

Film Magic: Neil Burger's Film The Illusionist and Steven Millhauser's Short Story "Eisenheim

the Illusionist"
Earl G. Ingersoll, pp. 89-109

Intersections between "Stay, O Sweet" and Donne's "Breake of Day"
Tracy E. McLawhorn, pp. 110-128
 

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