"She has a lovely face":

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"She has a lovely face":

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Performative female death and the Lady of Shalott

Name:Personal
Mercier, Angela
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creator

Name:Personal
Goodwin, Janna
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thesis advisor

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committee member

Name:Personal
Palmer, Daryl
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committee member

Name:Personal
Bowie, Thomas
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committee member

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Department of English
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sponsor

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Regis University, Regis College
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degree grantor

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text
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Denver, CO

Regis University, Dayton Memorial Library
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Spring 2012

2012-05


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thesis
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English

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87 pgs.

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abstract
The romanticized idea of floating and drowning women throughout literature is investigated, including documenting a performance by the author as the Lady of Shalott.
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BA
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bachelor
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Subject

Subject Name:Personal
Tennyson, Lord Alfred

Subject Name:Personal
Woolf, Virginia

Subject Name:Personal
Lady of Shalott

Subject Name:Corporate

Subject

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RUETD00710.pdf
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English
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eng

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http://hdl.handle.net/10176/codr:2661

Subject
Sex role in the theater

Subject
Death in literature

Subject
Women in the theater

Subject
Drowning

Subject
Elaine of Astolat (Legendary character)