"Alchemies of Mind": The Emotional Landscape
of Classical Nineteenth-Century Texts

Bryn Mawr College
Spring 2006

Final Web Papers: Re-reading Big Books of 19th Century American Literature
(May 12, 2006)

Erin BagusParenting Techniques: How to Bring our Children Up to Change the World
Alice BrysonMythology of the Mississippi
Jillian DavisReligion: The Opiate of the Masses, or Superstitious Brainwashing with Consent?
Catherine DuranteSelf-Forgiveness is Found, Lessons are Learned, and New Friends are Made Along the Way
Laine EdwardsTeaching Huck Finn to Low-Income Students
Allie Eiselenthinking about childhood
Emily FeenstraA Different View of Pearl
Marina GalloFamily Life in "The Scarlet Letter" and "The Adventures of
Chris HaagenHow do we read Moby Dick
Adina HalpernLinguistics, Controversy, and the Scarlet Letter
Steph HeroldFinding Freedom in a Room of their Own: Margaret Fuller Navigates 19th Century American Literature
Laci HuttoA Return to Group Psychology.... and an Analysis of My Own Ego
Margaret MillerA Disorganized Attachment Reading of Huck Finn
Jackie O'MaraA "Battery of Flowers": Nature between the Lines
Laura OttenHuck Finn; The Racist Protagonist
Alison ReingoldTo Read Uncle Tom's Cabin as a Jew
Jorge RodriguezThe selfish members of a selfish society: A look at Transcendentalism and Herman Melville's 'Moby-Dick'
Jessica RosenbergExploring the Exceptional: A Case for American Exceptionalism in Literature and the Curriculum
Laura SockolThe Psychologist Who Mistook a Book for a Patient: The Use-Value of Psychological Assessment of Literary Characters
Sky StegallAlways tell the truth. That way, you don't have to remember what you said. - Mark Twain
Amy Stern"But It Doesn't Mean Anything To Me": Narrowing the Distance Between 19th Century Literature and 21st Century Students
Lauren SweeneyAn Amendement to the First Amendment
Catherine WimberleyThe Great Escape Continued

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