Volume 78, Number 3, November 2016

Table of Contents

The College English Association Ascends to the Mile High City: Proceedings of the 47th Annual CEA Conference, Held from March 31 to April 2, 2016

pp. ix-xi
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Illness Narratives in the Writing Classroom: Creating a Compassionate Space for Rhetorical and Literary Analysis

pp. 281-286
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Performing Theory: Synthesizing Creative and Analytical Impulses In The Women’s Literature Classroom

pp. 287-291
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Creating a Martyr: Rhetoric, Chaucer’s “The Prioress’ Tale,” and the Death of the “Litel Clergeon”

pp. 292-300
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In the Numbers: Quantitative Reasoning in the Writing-Centered Classroom

pp. 301-305
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Material Disability: Creating New Paths for Disability Studies

pp. 306-311
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“Oh, Blind Strivings of the Human Heart!”: Theory of Mind and Human Agency in Theodor Dreiser’s Sister Carrie

pp. 312-318
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Excerpt from The Book of Outrage (A Novel)

pp. 319-324
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The Creation of Mary Adams (?): Questioning the Attribution of An Honorable Surrender

pp. 325-333
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Creating a ‘Novel’ Dominican Male Subjectivity: Genre and Narrative in Junot Díaz’s Drown

pp. 334-339
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The Tragedy of Septimus Smith: Woolf’s Recreation of Shakespeare

pp. 340-348
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Bridging the Gap in Grammar and Style Instruction

pp. 349-355
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“Self-Deceived, I Did Deceive You”: Confabulation in Emma

pp. 356-362
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Comprehending Poetry: What Literature Instructors Can Learn from Students’ Strategies

pp. 363-374
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The Rise, Fall, and Misfortune of Romeo and Juliet: A Lesson in Moral Complexity

pp. 375-383
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No Rest for the Wicked: Immoral Implications of Insanity and Sleeplessness in Jane Eyre

pp. 384-392
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Re(Create)ing Credible Authority and “Teacherly Ethos”: Measuring the Effect of Library Instruction on Engineering Students’ Research Papers

pp. 393-401
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Contributors

pp. 402-404
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