LeBaron Russell Briggs Prize Honors Essays in English

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Cover: Melville’s <i>Israel Potter</i>: Reflections on the American DreamMelville’s Israel Potter: Reflections on the American DreamKeyssar, AlexanderPAPERBACK01/01/1969$2.70Currently unavailable
Cover: Love Calls Us to the Things of This World: The Return to Belmont in <i>The Merchant of Venice</i>Love Calls Us to the Things of This World: The Return to Belmont in The Merchant of VeniceHeifetz, JeannePAPERBACK06/01/1982$4.50
Cover: The Spider in the Cup: Yoknapatawpha County’s Fall into the UnknowableThe Spider in the Cup: Yoknapatawpha County’s Fall into the UnknowableFried, Barbara H.PAPERBACK04/19/1978$4.50
Cover: The Visionary Betrayed: Aesthetic Discontinuity in Henry James’s <i>The American Scene</i>The Visionary Betrayed: Aesthetic Discontinuity in Henry James’s The American SceneFurth, David L.PAPERBACK01/25/1980$4.50Currently unavailable
Cover: Marlowe’s “Agonists”: An Approach to the Ambiguity of His PlaysMarlowe’s “Agonists”: An Approach to the Ambiguity of His PlaysFanta, Christopher G.PAPERBACK01/01/1970$5.50
Cover: The Language of Power, the Power of Language: The Effects of Ambiguity on Sociopolitical Structures as Illustrated in Shakespeare’s PlaysThe Language of Power, the Power of Language: The Effects of Ambiguity on Sociopolitical Structures as Illustrated in Shakespeare’s PlaysCohen, StephenPAPERBACK07/26/1988$6.30Currently unavailable
Cover: Equivocal Oaths and Ordeals in Medieval LiteratureEquivocal Oaths and Ordeals in Medieval LiteratureHexter, RalphPAPERBACK01/01/1975$11.00Currently unavailable
Cover: The Book the Poet Makes: Collection and Re-Collection in W. B. Yeats’s <i>The Tower</i> and Robert Lowell’s <i>Life Studies</i>The Book the Poet Makes: Collection and Re-Collection in W. B. Yeats’s The Tower and Robert Lowell’s Life StudiesNohrnberg, Peter C. L.PAPERBACK08/20/1995$12.50
Cover: The Natural Work of Art: The Experience of Romance in Shakespeare’s <i>Winter’s Tale</i>The Natural Work of Art: The Experience of Romance in Shakespeare’s Winter’s TaleWilliams, John AnthonyPAPERBACK01/01/1967$14.50Currently unavailable
Cover: The Problem of Shape in <i>The Prelude</i>: The Conflict of Private and Public SpeechThe Problem of Shape in The Prelude: The Conflict of Private and Public SpeechGrandine, Jonathan R.PAPERBACK01/01/1968$14.50Currently unavailable
Cover: Satire and the Correspondence of SwiftSatire and the Correspondence of SwiftUlman, Craig HawkinsPAPERBACK01/01/1973$14.50Currently unavailable
Cover: Hawthorne’s Conception of the Creative ProcessHawthorne’s Conception of the Creative ProcessJacobson, Richard J.PAPERBACK01/01/1965$16.50Currently unavailable
Cover: The Ridiculous to the Delightful: Comic Characters in Sidney’s <i>New Arcadia</i>The Ridiculous to the Delightful: Comic Characters in Sidney’s New ArcadiaReeves, Robert NicholasPAPERBACK01/01/1974$18.00
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Lost in Translation: Reclaiming Lost Language

In Memory Speaks: On Losing and Reclaiming Language and Self, Julie Sedivy sets out to understand the science of language loss and the potential for renewal. Sedivy takes on the psychological and social world of multilingualism, exploring the human brain’s capacity to learn—and forget—languages at various stages of life. She argues that the struggle to remain connected to an ancestral language and culture is a site of common ground: people from all backgrounds can recognize the crucial role of language in forming a sense of self.