Hear Here! Vol. III, 2012

Editor’s Introduction

Colby Parker, How British Petroleum Escaped the Deepwater Horizon

Nina Guo, Furnishing the American Dream

Nina Guo, Facebook: Breeding Ground of the Hyperreal

Zachary Preucil, “Based” on a True Story: The Effect of Unreliable Narrations in “Roger & Me” and “Forrest Gump”

Bob Anemone, Duplicitous Governments: Storytelling in “Missing” and “Syriana”

Asha Carroll, B Film

Asha Carroll, Three Poems

Jennifer Way, Reverse Causality in Shakespeare

Katherine Velasquez, From “Stayin’ Alive” to Living: The Change in Tony Manero in “Saturday Night Fever

Shane Simpson, Quiet Conflict: The Search for Identity in Tim O’Brien’s “The Man I Killed”

Nell Shaw Cohen, Intimate Immensity: Daydreaming in Sculpture


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