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Laugh, Cry or Die: The Funny Young Women of Contemporary British Fiction

Laugh, Cry or Die: The Funny Young Women of Contemporary British Fiction

By T. K. McNeil

26 Aug 2015 // 2:02 AM

Unlike their "angry young men" predecessors, Caitlin Moran and Emma Jane Unsworth bring a sense of humor to the grit and grind of working-class life....

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'Spirits Rejoice!' Takes a New Look Into an Old Tradition

By Justin Cober-Lake

25 Aug 2015 // 7:00 AM

Scholar Jason C. Bivins thinks through more difficult aspects of the relationships between jazz and American religions, while at the same time examining the permeability of both....

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//News

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