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    • A Nightly Encounter (and other short stories) 

      Smith, Sally Ann (1986)
    • The Nightmare Song; A Poetry SIP 

      Baillie, Margaret G. (Maggie) (2011)
      In the first section of my SIP, dream space and ideas of loss are explored through the lens of both real and imagined situations. These poems are static moments in dynamic time; specific and detailed snapshots in the ...
    • Nights: The Sleepless Type 

      Craig, Johnathan (2011)
    • No Coward Soul: An Original Screenplay 

      LaBeau, Sarah (2001)
    • No Cure 

      Letherer, Arianna O'Malley (2017)
      The author combines her experiences volunteering in a hospital, interning in a cancer research center with her own grandfather's cancer diagnosis to create a collection of original poems.
    • No Cure 

      Leatherer, Arianna O'Malley (2017)
    • No Lighthouse: Poems 

      Grabowski, Kimberly (2012)
      I set out to write this SIP as a combination of criticism based on Sylvia Plath's Ariel alongside my own poems. I read and reread Ariel countless times over the summer, but my impulses told me that I needed to give myself ...
    • No Native Grounds for a Native Son? 

      Yaple, Henry Mack (Kalamazoo College., 1963-05-01)
      The paper studies the conflict in the racial and artistic responsibilities of the contemporary author James Baldwin, proceeding through an analysis of the causes of the conflict, an indication of the manifestations of the ...
    • No Outlet: A Collection of Short Fictions 

      Stewart, John M. (1982)
    • Nocturnus 

      Houghton, Keely Joy (2008)
      A fantasy novel inspired by music and the writing of J. R. R. Tolkien, Garth Nix, and Philip Pullman.
    • None Without Water 

      Vaught, Kaia Lynn (2003)
    • Nonsense on Stilts 

      Piebenga, Mark (2002)
    • Norman Mailer and The Novel of Social Concern 

      Latteier, James Lockett (1967)
      Mailer is constantly reacting to his culture and his times. He speaks, not from a cultivated point of view, but by becoming himself the champion of the moment, prophet of the coming apocalypse and harbinger of our most ...
    • Nostalgia: A Return Home 

      Martin, Megan D. (2000)
      When the summer ended, I had interviewed eight people: three ladies living in the same retirement home, two retired nuns, an ex-gang member-turned college student, a custodian, a park district art instructor and an ...
    • Notes From the Outside 

      Pierson, Neil (1972)
      Six original short stories.
    • Notes Toward and Informed Reading of Wole Soyinka's "Idanre" 

      McMunn, Jean (1970)
      To the best of my knowledge, this paper is the first, written, critical review of Wole Soyinka's long poem, "Idanre." The only other criticism directly pertaining to the poem is D.A.N. Jones cursory comment on it in ...
    • Novella with Alcohol 

      Upward, Andrew (2003)
      My decision to do a creative writing SIP was a little bit unusual as I am now an economics major. When I signed my SIP contract in the spring of last year, I was an English major and when I switched to economics, I decided ...
    • The Obscene Anglo-Saxon Riddles of the Exeter book 

      Stevenson, Douglas K. (1965)
      Among the ninety-five Riddles of the Exeter Book there are eight that have been classified as being obscene. They are also separated from the other Riddles by having intended double meanings; one innocent, the other of ...
    • Observations of a Humorous Mind 

      Walko, Quinn (2008)
      A collection of four short stories.