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- © Copyright 2019 Veron Zhou, Ryerson University Introduction I will be close reading ‘Love Shall Stay’ by Margaret Armour which […]
- © Copyright 2019 Dararrtu Abdullahi, Ryerson University Introduction The Yellow Book, a British quarterly literary periodical with a print run from […]
- © Copyright 2019, Jillian Zapatos, Ryerson University How the Movement of Symbolism and Victorian Society’s Crisis of Faith shaped Faith’s Avatar […]
- © Copyright 2019 Omeir Syed Ali, Ryerson University Introduction The Pagan Review was a magazine written in the late 19th […]
- © Copyright 2019 Madison Sotiriou, Ryerson University Introduction “Northern Springtime” in the Evergreen volume 1 Spring written in 1895, will […]