Loving the Enemy

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Loving the Enemy

The plight of the tempted man in Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

and Shakespeare’s 144th Sonnet
Imaginative Tensions in the Poetry of Robert Frost

The resurgence of the Romantic spirit in “Birches”
The Arts in Chains

Greatness, limitation, and the plight of the artist in the poetry of Robert Browning

A Nice Place to be From: Escaping the Small Town Trap in Updike’s “A&P”

The Modern Miracle in “Black Rook in Rainy Weather”

Finding the extraordinary in the ordinary
“Oh, to be in Atoms!”: Chaos and Decay in All That Fall
“The Wiser, the Waywarder”: Fear and Performance as the Basis of Gender Relationship in Shakespeare’s As You Like It

Life on the Edge of Society: Mixed Blood and Social Detachment in The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man

A Mental Patient’s Journal: Resistance and Freedom in “The Yellow Wallpaper”
Feminine Rebellion and the Patriarchal Specter

The omnipresence of male authority in The Winter’s Tale and Antony and Cleopatra

Martial Cause and the Construction of the Masculine

The idea of the male in Troilus and Cressida and Antony and Cleopatra

Role-Playing and the Appearance of Power

Metadramatics in The Taming of the Shrew and The Merchant of Venice

Empathy and Tragedy: The Rhetoric of Subversion in Lord Jim

The Mandate of Human Isolation

Problems of the confessional relationship in Lord Jim

Human Ethics in an Indifferent Cosmos

The problem of the unknowable in A Passage to India

Holocaust Literature and the Transformation of History

Problems of memory in The Last of the Just and The Shawl

Primo Levi and the Transformation of Language

Poetic development from Survival in Auschwitz to The Periodic Table

The Pregnant Word

Childbirth and the concept of the evolving novel in Joyce’s Ulysses

Searching for Penelope

The sexual reconciliation of the artist in Joyce’s Ulysses

Judaism and the Problem of Evil

Night as a chronicle of Jewish faith amidst persecution

In Defense of God’s Image

Dostoevsky’s dialectic of salvation in The Brother’s Karamazov

The Novel and Dialectic Technique

The role of “The Legend of the Grand Inquisitor” in the philosophical trajectory of The Brother’s Karamazov

Love, Fashion, and the Soiree

The social machine and the marriage of convenience in War and Peace

The Perfection of the Soul and the Problem of the Body

Platonic self-actualization as Tolstoy’s heroic ideal in War and Peace

Prince Mushkin on the Veranda

The invalid, the poor knight, and the suffering Christ crash the party
When Worlds Collide

The entropic microcosm of the tormented hero in “Rameau’s Nephew” and “Notes from Underground”

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