Welcome to the Falconer Online.
The Falconer is a publication of the Fitchburg State University English Department.
It includes articles by students in the Graduate and Undergraduate program.
The online version of this journal has been made possible by a collaboration with the Amelia V. Gallucci-Cirio Library.
Table of Contents
Introduction - Aruna Krishnamurthy
Reason, Sensibility, Virtue, and the Feminine Self in the Works of Mary Wollstonecraft - Quintin Burks
Bare Life and Human Rights in Benyamin’s Goat Days - Ross Caputi
Capitalism And Disease In Uwem Akpan's "Fattening For Gabon" - Cameron Loss
Like Goats on the Masara: The Futile Lives of Migrant Laborers in the Gulf - Caitlin Mitchell
“Skinny Love” in Flaubert‘s Madame Bovary - Terrence O'Kane
“Just a Single Mirror Separates Us from the Other Side”: Lacanian Constructs of Self and Meaning in Sputnik Sweetheart - Ian Wilkins