An essay by Christine L. Krueger, Professor of English at Marquette University, exploring the historical context of Dickens's novel through the application for queer theory and in relation to contemporary LGBTQ rights.
An essay by Monika Hope Lee of Brescia University College which asserts that this novel is "a scathing critique of laws and ideologies governing the family, marriage and mothering". The analysis centres on Brontë's depictions of mother figures.
An essay by Deborah Hooker, an Associate Professor at NC State University, which focuses on the racing figures depicted on the protagonists' conjugal bed in order to examine how Hardy employs the motif of race to portray Tess's tragedy.
An academic article by Ralph Harrington discussing the roles of paganism, fate and redemption in Hardy's novel, as well as the author's use of the prehistoric monument Stonehenge as a backdrop to the narrative's themes.
Their Eyes Were Watching God by Zora Neale Hurston
A paper by Péter Gaál Szabó, an Assistant Lecturer at Ferenc Kölcsey Reformed College, exploring spatial settings and the female body in hegemonic masculine social space, in this novel and Hurston's Jonah's Gourd Vine.
An essay by Linda Strong-Leek, an Assistant Professor at Florida International University, analysing Achebe's novel in relation to feminist criticism with reference to Jonathan Culler's On Deconstruction: Theory and Criticism after Structuralism.
An essay by David S. Miall of the University of Alberta which argues for the importance of considering the location of this poem central to an understanding of Wordsworth's view on our relationship with nature.
An essay by Thomas J. Scheff of the University of California assessing the relationship between literary criticism and the social sciences through a reading of Woolf's novel, referencing commentary by Erich Auerbach, and others.
A paper by JaneMaree Maher of Monash University which discusses the central image of Woolf's novel in conjunction with theories concerning the formation of subjectivity from Melanie Klein's A Study of Envy and Gratitude.
An essay by Adam Crothers of Girton College, University of Cambridge, which applies Charles O. Hartman's notion of 'discovered form' in an exploration of ambiguity in the formal properties of Muldoon's sonnet.
An academic article by Derek Furr, an Assistant Professor of English in the Bard College Master of Arts in Teaching Program, analyzing this poem and Coleridge's 'The Garden of Boccaccio', especially in relation to their first publication in Charles Heath's Keepsake.
An essay by the literary critic J. Hillis Miller who considers this novel to be "a truly strange work". Its primary focus is a discussion on speech acts and narrative theory. Comparisons are made with Dickens's Bleak House.
A comparitive analysis by James W. Maertens of Verne's original novel and the Walt Disney film adaptation. Various subjects are explored, including gender roles and masculinity, symbolism and myth, and the roles of science and technology.
A paper by Debra Romanick Baldwin, an associate professor at the University of Dallas, discussing the role of comedy in Typhoon and Primo Levi's The Monkey's Wrench. With analysis of several excerpts from both texts.