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    • Vampires as 'meaning machines' : signifying the monster through race and sexuality. 

      Turner-Debs, Isabel (Wheaton College (Norton, Mass.), 2017)
      This thesis examines the complex imbrication of race and sexuality in the vampire figure during the course of its literary life. It examines traditional, nineteenth-century representations (Polidori's The Vampyre, Le Fanu's ...
    • We are all monsters, a novel and essays. 

      Green, Samantha. (Wheaton College; Norton, Mass., 2011-11-23)
      A Study Presented to the Faculty of Wheaton College in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Graduation with Departmental Honors in English
    • Women, Mothers, and Feminine Power in Beowulf. 

      Cahill, Abigail (2020-05-10)
      This thesis discusses women, mothers, and feminine power in Beowulf. It draws a parallel and foil between Hildeburh and Brimwylf (also called Grendel’s Mother). This foil is solved through examination of power wielded by ...