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(Washington State University, Department of English, Pullman, WA, 2003)
Ecology by Ernesto Cardenal (Translated by Tony Zaragoza) p. 7 - At the Little Big Horn by Sandra Maria Esteves p. 9 - Untitled by Kenny Shook p. 14 - Pro-Life by Ted Tremper p. 15 - Strange Beasts of the Past ...
(Washington State University, Department of English, Pullman, WA, 2007)
Bellflower Row by Chris Ireland p. 7 - The Dollhouse by Erin Dienst p. 8 - Untitled by Drin Dienst p. 16 - A 20/20 Special Report by Tim Hetland p. 17 - Everything Here Seems Broken by Dustin Acton p. 18 - Lessons in ...
(Washington State University, Department of English, Pullman, WA, 2004)
Living Landscapes by William Gruber p. 6 - The Color Indigo by William Gruber p. 10 Granddad by Hali K. Clizer p. 14 - Nice Girls Play Netball by Jane Copland p. 15 - Piano Lessons and Other Stories by Jane Copland ...
The Record, volume 61, no. 3, Fall/Winter
(Friends of the Library, Washington State University, 2003)
Exhibit: Taxes Through Time
An exhibit, Taxes Through Time was displayed in the Terrell Library Atrium May 17-July 31, 2012.
Jack London's Allegorical Landscapes: "The God of His Fathers," "The Priestly Prerogative"
(Literature and Belief, 2001)
Like that of many of his fellow naturalistic writers, Jack London's response to the question of belief throughout his life and career in both complex and paradoxical. Born to a spiritualist mother whose seances were part ...
A Forgotten Daughter of Bohemia: Gertrude Christian Fosdick’s Out of Bohemia and the Artists’ Novel of the 1890s
(University of Nebraska Press, 2008)
This article provides a biographical sketch of Gertrude Christian Fosdick and analyzes her little-known novel of a female artist in the context of Henry James's The Portrait of a Lady and Hawthorne's The Marble Faun.
Book Review: Augusta Rohrbach, "Truth Stranger than Fiction": Race, Realism, and the U.S. Literary Marketplace
(Edith Wharton Review, 2003)
Here Donna Campbell reviews the book: Augusta Rohrbach. "Truth Stranger than Fiction": Race, Realism, and the U.S. Literary Marketplace. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.
On the threshold of a hydrogen economy in Washington State
(Washington Technology Alliance Science and Discovery Series, 2015-01-09)
This presentation proposes a role for liquid hydrogen in the energy economy of Washington state. It describes possibilities for using, storing, and delivering liquid hydrogen, drawing on research at Washington State University.