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Issue 3: Haunting, Horrible Hunger: Food for Fright

Kristin M. Distel |

Food studies have become an increasingly present and important lens through which to analyze both prose and poetry. In myriad works of literature, authors depict families, friends, and even…

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Issue 2: Pushing Back: Feminist Readings as Resistance

Josh Davis |

Feminist literary criticism remains indispensable to literary studies at large. The recovery of individual women writers retains its urgency because our notions of a given period depend upon the…

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Issue 1: The Politics of Home

C.A. Knauss |

Welcome to the premier issue of Parlour: A Journal of Literary Criticism and Analysis. The inklings of Parlour began in 2013 and after two years, the idea has at long last become…

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