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How Hamlet Haunts Sons of Anarchy

Outrageous Fortune: How Hamlet Haunts the Sons of Anarchy Kurt Sutter mentioned that Sons of Anarchy was meant to have the subtext of a Shakespearean Tragedy, particularly Hamlet.  As Hamlet opens with the death of the King, Sons of Anarchy … Continue reading

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Individuality and Wholeness in D.H. Lawrence’s Sons and Lovers

Individuality and Wholeness in Sons and Lovers Cari Gilkison, Fall 2000   The theme for the search for wholeness permeates the text of D.H. Lawrence’s novel Sons and Lovers.  Lawrence views the world as a set of dichotomies such as … Continue reading

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