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The Role of the Interruption in Epistolary Young Adult Novels
by Herzhauser, Betty J., Ph.D.  University of South Florida. 2015: 145 pages; 3720084.
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Epistemology and intertextual practice in Ezra Pound's “The Cantos”
by Nurmi, Jennifer Marie, M.A.  Georgetown University. 2009: 71 pages; 1464810.
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Covering Music: Tracing the Semiotics of Beatles Album Covers Through the Cultural Circuit
by McGuire, Meghan, M.A.  Bowling Green State University. 2005: 57 pages; 10817766.
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A Bakhtinian Dialogic Interactive Approach: Read-alouds with Spanish-speaking Kindergarteners
by Schwartz, Maureen, Ed.D.  Long Island University, C. W. Post Center. 2015: 260 pages; 3723312.
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Now, We Hear Through a Voice Darkly: New Media and Narratology in Cinematic Art
by Ricci, James A., Ph.D.  University of South Florida. 2015: 121 pages; 3738439.
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Discoursal self perception and construction in first year composition courses
by Koger, Michael, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 90 pages; 1517709.
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Speaking of the Self: Theorizing the Dialogical Dimensions of Ethical Agency
by Warfield, Bradley S., Ph.D.  University of South Florida. 2017: 189 pages; 10265296.
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The (Un)Balanced Canon: Re-Visioning Feminist Conceptions of Madness and Transgression
by Capelli, Amanda M., Ph.D.  University of Louisiana at Lafayette. 2017: 121 pages; 10686919.
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Uprooted at the Epicenter: A Bakhtinian Analysis of the Experiences of Adolescents in an Earthquake-Impacted School
by Luther, Tyler Cabell Dickinson, Ed.D.  The George Washington University. 2018: 257 pages; 10686518.
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Rural voices winding through the Andes Mountains: A collective creative literacy research project
by Contreras E., Gerardo A., Ph.D.  Indiana University of Pennsylvania. 2007: 221 pages; 3268629.
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Painting the Post-Secular: The Sacred as the After in William Gaddis' The Recognitions
by Hamstra, Thedor, M.A.  University of Colorado at Boulder. 2019: 84 pages; 13862983.
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School children growing biliteracy using translanguaging while learning to be democratic citizens
by Goenaga Ruiz De Zuazu, Adriana, Ph.D.  New Mexico State University. 2017: 232 pages; 10760562.
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Contesting social memories and identities in the Zapotec Sierra of Oaxaca, Mexico
by Aquino-Centeno, Salvador, Ph.D.  The University of Arizona. 2009: 217 pages; 3354495.
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Oedipus' sister: Narrating gender and nation in the early novels of Israeli women
by Makov-Hasson, Hadar, Ph.D.  New York University. 2009: 271 pages; 3380280.
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Let your voice be heard: A Practical Theology Dialogue on the Margins of the Catholic Church
by Reisinger, Joan Hebert, Ph.D.  St. Thomas University. 2010: 288 pages; 3434189.
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Why we teach “ESL” Writing: A Socio-Historic Discussion of an Undergraduate ESL Program
by Leonard, Duane Eric Paul, Ph.D.  University of California, Davis. 2011: 352 pages; 3474416.
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The Language of Light: Articulating Tonality in 21st-Century Literacy Education
by Jorgensen, Heather Fitzgerald, Ph.D.  The University of Utah. 2018: 180 pages; 10936317.
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Monstrous Dialogues: “The Host” and South Korean Inverted Exile
by Turner, James Lloyd, M.L.A.  University of South Florida. 2012: 103 pages; 1508085.
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Talking back to God: Some implications of narrative biblical laments for human -divine relations and Christian worship
by Rickert, Kathryn Ann, Ph.D.  Union Institute and University. 2009: 270 pages; 3356892.
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In a manner of speaking: Yiddish and the literature of the German-Jewish subculture, 1803–1912
by Felsen, Sarah Bailey, Ph.D.  University of California, Berkeley. 2007: 255 pages; 3275820.
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