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    • Learning to be free: the importance of education in Frederick Douglass' Narrative 

      Stiebling, Jessica (2008-09-26)
      Paper presented at the 2008 Nature, Art, Self Conference by Jessica Stiebling (University of Wisconsin-River Falls) in which she examines the importance of education to Frederick Douglass in his Narrative.
    • My Grecian tragedy 

      Nelson, Tim (2008-09-26)
      Paper presented at the 2008 Nature, Art, Self Conference by Tim Nelson (University of Wisconsin-River Falls) in which he discusses the estranged relationship between Helen of Troy and Menelaus.
    • My place at the Round Table 

      Nelson, Tim (2009-10-02)
      Paper presented at the 2009 Nature, Art, Self Conference by Tim Nelson (University of Wisconsin-River Falls) in which he speaks about the idea that understanding and relating to the characters in the tales of the Knights ...
    • New criticism approach to unique narrative structures in Jonathan Safran Foer's Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close 

      Mueske, Todd (2008-09-26)
      Paper presented at the 2008 Nature, Art, Self Conference by Todd Mueske (University of Wisconsin-River Falls) in which he examines the reasoning behind the choices Jonathan Safran Foer's makes in the structuring of the ...
    • Pitter patter 

      Combs, Stephanie (2008-09-26)
      Paper presented at the 2008 Nature, Art, Self Conference by Stephanie Combs (University of Mary Washington, VA) in which she describes her experiences with memoir and the writing process.
    • Self-editing: how the writing process shapes the writer-self 

      Perdue, Brandon (2008-09-26)
      Paper presented at the 2008 Nature, Art, Self Conference by Brandon Perdue (University of Mary Washington, VA) in which he describes how the writing process shapes the identity which creates the text (the writer-self).