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Beyond completion: Towards a genealogy of unfinishable novels
by Wallen, James Ramsey, Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Cruz. 2014: 512 pages; 3617121.
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Learning to See History: A Content Analysis of the Affordances of Graphic Novels for High School Teaching
by Boerman-Cornell, William, Ph.D.  University of Illinois at Chicago. 2012: 146 pages; 3551425.
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Emotion, Embodiment, and the Novel: Word-Frequency Characteristics and Dystopian Masterworks
by Fairchild, Theron E., Ph.D.  Saybrook University. 2019: 475 pages; 13878304.
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Reading's effect: A novel perspective
by Bereit, Richard Martin, Ph.D.  The University of Utah. 2016: 188 pages; 10158626.
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Naturalistic philosophy in the Spanish Golden Age picaresque novel
by Milstead, Andy Micah, Ph.D.  The University of Alabama. 2012: 156 pages; 3540011.
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Humor and homosexuality in contemporary Mexican narrative
by Bisbey, Brandon Patrick, Ph.D.  Tulane University. 2011: 234 pages; 3483909.
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Beyond Super Heroes and Talking Animals: Social Justice in Graphic Novels in Education
by Greenfield, David, Ed.D.  Pepperdine University. 2017: 130 pages; 10636592.
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Narrative Voice in Contemporary WWI French Fiction
by Hurwitz, Ellen Elizabeth, M.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2014: 125 pages; 10305704.
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Another world entire: The posthumanism of Cormac McCarthy
by Pless, Margaret, M.A.  The University of Mississippi. 2012: 99 pages; 1518966.
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Moral and flexible heroes with powerful, individuated women: Jin Yong's construction of a modern Chinese identity
by Zimmerman-Liu, Teresa, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2012: 143 pages; 1511399.
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The Legacy of Lynd Ward in Contemporary Artists' Books
by Friedman, Sara A., M.A.  The George Washington University. 2016: 48 pages; 10113266.
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The afterlife of fiction: Reprinting the nineteenth-century British novel
by Aitken, Kristen Tate, Ph.D.  Columbia University. 2008: 262 pages; 3317647.
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Resetting the clock: Darwin's narrative and “The Return of the Native”
by Griffith, Jody, M.A.  Villanova University. 2008: 81 pages; 1450281.
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Translating Contemporary Japanese Culture: Novels and Animation
by Haga, Tadahiko, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Stony Brook. 2012: 220 pages; 3519050.
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Secular spiritual quests in modern American novels, 1922–1960
by Grannis, Kerry Searle, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2010: 170 pages; 3397436.
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Postcolonial refashionings: Reading forms, reading novels
by Comorau, Nancy, Ph.D.  University of Maryland, College Park. 2009: 267 pages; 3391369.
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Problemas de la novela escrita por mujer en España e Hispanoamérica (1833-1918): Estudios de caso
by Culver, Melissa Maria, Ph.D.  State University of New York at Stony Brook. 2010: 249 pages; 3408343.
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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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Negotiations of size and scale in the nineteenth-century British novel
by Voyles, Katherine Hardman, Ph.D.  University of California, Irvine. 2010: 175 pages; 3419912.
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Fictions of Integration: American School Stories and the Promise of Utopia After Brown v. Board of Education
by Lesley, Naomi, Ph.D.  The George Washington University. 2014: 377 pages; 3630907.
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Thackeray and the picaresque world
by Zygmunt, Lawrence Charles, Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2010: 342 pages; 3408680.
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