Four University Students Present Papers at 20th Annual Undergraduate Conference on English Language and Literature

by John Armitage | Nov 27, 2012
Noted author Mark Salzman delivered keynote address.
Four Marian University students presented papers at the 20th annualUndergraduate Conference on English Language and Literature on March 25-26, 2011, at the University of St. Francis in Joliet, Illinois. Only 60 collegiate presentations were accepted. The conference featured a keynote presentation by author Mark Salzman.   Anna Allen, a Batesville native, presented "The Play of Blythdale: Hawthorne's Criticism of the Transcendental Utopia." Karen McNulty of Indianapolis presented "Behind Little Women: The Double Life of Louisa May Alcott." Mallori Smith of Indianapolis presented "Men, Women, and Conflicting Morals in Alcott's Little Women." Allison Boike of Kokomo presented "Dancing on Her Grave: Symbolism in the Death of Zenobia."

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