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This article analyzes Oscar Wilde's alcoholism and self-destructive personality as the adult child of alcoholics and as a romance addict who preferred younger men.
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Using Jungian and queer theory, this article examines the queer personas of Ennis and Jack, whose queer archetypes fit into a context that had not generally been thought to contain those archetypes. For perhaps the first time a major motion picture appealed to and depicted what Steven Drukman calls...
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Dans toutes les écoles d'Europe, les enfants lisent de la littérature, incités par leurs enseignants, les manuels et dans certains pays les programmes. Pourquoi lit-on de la littérature à l'école ? Quelle est cette littérature véhiculée par l'école ? Ce patrimoine culturel institutionnalisé...
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How To Succeed As St. Nick Can a tall, thin, 60-year-old Jewish poet achieve fulfillment as a Rent-A-Santa? By Robert Sward A buxom aspiring female Santa Claus in a quilted down jacket swaggers out of room C1 in Santa Cruz' Civic Center. Newly arrived in the U.S. from Canada, I'm next in line for...
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A four-part series examining the woeful state of mental health care in the United States, with detailed descriptions of the history of mental health care and why it's failed, how it has impacted the numbers of homeless on the streets and the jail and prison populations, and a look at programs that...
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The masters of horror have united to teach you the secrets of success in the scariest genre of all! In On Writing Horror, Second Edition, Stephen King, Joyce Carol Oates, Harlan Ellison, David Morrell, Jack Ketchum, Weston Ochse, and many others tell you everything you need to know to...