Kelsey Llewellyn (3283)

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Oppression Through Possession: Examining the Relationship Between Things and Global Consciousness in Edwardian Literature

Hometown: Fairfield, Connecticut 

Department: English

Advisor: Melanie Dawson

My thesis will explore the extension of global consciousness and imperial attitudes into interpersonal, gendered relationships in Edwardian literature. Through studying the importation of both objects and ideas of global conquest into the domestic space, my research will analyze the social implications of using material items and physical spaces to possess and define marginalized groups, an issue that continues to impact our world today.

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