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    • The Beaten Pathos 

      Roche, Michael William (Virginia Tech, 2014-01-07)
      The Beaten Pathos is a manuscript of poems written by a shelter dog--a shelter dog whose distrust of both his reader-dogs and himself amplifies his need to communicate. More often than not, the result is a poem borne of ...
    • Doan Trouble de Fish 

      Willis, Kedon Kevin (Virginia Tech, 2013-05-07)
      Doan Trouble de Fish is a collection of short stories examining the way of live for different Jamaicans in their home country and in America. The collection opens from the first-person perspective of a teenage boy struggling ...
    • Lesser Saints of Central Illinois - A Novel 

      Hobin, Andrew John (Virginia Tech, 2013-06-24)
      An examination of contemporary Catholicism told through the stories of a priest undergoing a crisis of vocation, a young man alienated from his family, and an immigrant struggling to keep his family together.
    • A Stepping Stone Rather Than a Destination: Analyzing Seamus Heaney's Pastoral 

      Thompson, Joshua David (Virginia Tech, 2015-06-01)
      As an Irish farm boy turned educated poet, Seamus Heaney navigates a liminal space between the world of agriculture and the world of letters. Many of his poems draw upon his rural childhood experiences, infusing them with ...
    • The Theory of Light 

      Stolen, James Bernt (Virginia Tech, 2013-05-02)
      This manuscript is written from the perspective of thirteen-year-old Adrian Matthiessen, who arrives in mid-2008 in Bethlehem, South Africa at a clinic in the township of Bohlokong where his mother is volunteering. Adrian ...
    • Tincture 

      Stout, Brianna P (Virginia Tech, 2013-05-14)
      The poems in Tincture want to understand and to be understood.  Much of the work in Tincture concerns itself with making a connection, be it intellectual, emotional, or both, with the outside world.  The speakers in many ...