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Bilge Mutluay, “The Hidden Self: The Theme and Categories of Invisibility in the Novels of Joyce Carol Oates,” 1991.
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Bülent Akat, “The Rise of the Grotesque in the Historic Memory of the Southerner: The Fiction of Faulkner, McCullers, Welty and O'Connor,” 2000.
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Cem Kılıçarslan, “The Holy Synthesis: Religion and Manliness in the Pragmatic Ideology of Hollywood,” 2003.
Kader Ekber Yılmaz, “Personalizing the Facts: An Analysis of the Autobiographical Strain of Literary Nonfiction in Norman Mailer’s Armies of the Night, Joan Didion’s The White Album and Michael Herr’s Dispatches,” 2004.
Arthur Jaupaj, “Re-presenting the American West and the Western in the 1960s: Thomas Berger’s Little Big Man, Ishmael Reed’s Yellow Back Radio Broke Down and E. L. Doctorow’s Welcome to Hard Times,” 2005.
Ceylan Ertung, “Alternative Worlds: Feminist Transgressions in Contemporary Science Fiction by American Women Writers,” 2007.
Zennure Köseman, “From the Way to Wealth to the Gospel of Wealth: The Transformation in the Concept of Success in American Literature,” 2008.
Ceylan Özcan, “Trauma Revisited: World Trade Center and the Guys as Empowering Representations of the Collective Trauma of 9/11,” 2008.
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