Date of Award
College of Arts Humanities and Social Sciences, English and Literary Arts
Brian Kiteley, M.A.
Creative writing, Hybrid genre, Poetry, Prose
"Flaming Red Wig" is a collection of short stories and prose poems with a critical preface. Both the preface and the creative work explore notions of artifice, apposition and entering into a text (both written and character) with stillness or intrusion. I try to create an examination and communion with language on much the same level, ultimately yielding a musicality that creates a rhythmic discourse and dynamic between the significance and the notion. The title of my thesis refers to the obvious motif of artifice and the reoccurring theme of emotional pain attached to gender and humanistic role within specific time frames.
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Carla Christina Howl
Received from ProQuest
Howl, Carla Christina, "Flaming Red Wig" (2009). Electronic Theses and Dissertations. 827.
British and Irish literature, Literature