Elvis Has Left the Building

by Hannah-Rose Waller
Elvis Has Left the Building by Hannah-Rose Waller
Does America need him to come back?
 
Becoming Jane and Dorothea by Anna Redmond
In "Jane Eyre" and "Middlemarch," secrets are kept from the female protagonists in order to diminish them into the Victorian ideal of femininity.
 

The Birth of Venus

by Clara Perlmutter
The Birth of Venus by Clara Perlmutter
Venus was born of sea-foam. Ella, on the other hand, was born on Dr. Thomas Loeb’s operating table.
 

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Dorothée by Eliette Chanezon

Dorothée

Some people say that you can make a house in your mind and place certain memories in each room. For me, it’s geometric. Things are generally organized, but there is some mess. It’s like going to the attic.
 
Black Environmentalism by Naomi Thompkins

Black Environmentalism

The environment is more than plants and roads, including also how one is treated or perceived. All Black politics have an environmental dimension because Black people are still unable to simply exist in The United States.
 
 

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