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Robert Scott Elliott
This thesis is a work of creative prose fiction, a collection of short stories set in a fictionalized neighborhood in Seattle, dealing with themes of authenticity, social inequality, and gentrification.
Seattle (Wash.), Fiction -- Washington (State), Authenticity (Philosophy), Equality -- Social inequality, Gentrification, Creative writing (Higher education), Short stories, Central District (Seattle‚ Wash.) -- fiction, Whitman College 2012 -- Dissertation collection -- English Department
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Pearson, Alex David, "Seattleites" (2012). Honors Theses. 159.
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