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Second Line - An Undergraduate Journal of Literary Conversation

Second Line is a peer-edited journal at Tulane University committed to the publication of original and intellectual undergraduate scholarship that engages in the various aspects of literary conversation.

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2012

Table of Contents

Articles

In This Moment: Embracing the Individual Perception of Violence and Sexuality in Kathryn Bigelow’s Strange Days PDF
Joshua Bia
The Bomb: from Terror to Cynicism PDF
Andrew Duke
Bhimayana: Thirst for Khulla PDF
Meghan Maier
The Wife of Bath: Chaucer’s Authorial Control over Alisoun PDF
Meaghan McCarron
Indeterminate Mantras: Finding Autonomy in Slaughterhouse-Five and A Clockwork Orange PDF
Lauren Menking
Fight, Flight, or Laugh: A Comprehensive Theory of Comprehensive Theories of Humor PDF
Alec Simone


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