Thesis Title

A shared haunt

Graduation Year

2018

Date of Thesis Acceptance

Spring 5-9-2018

Major Department or Program

Environmental Humanities

Advisor(s)

Kathleen Shea; Emily Jones; Eva Hoffman

Abstract

A Shared Haunt is a fictional epistolary which is an exploration of the strange and inherently contradictory relationships between humans and animals. This work is a collection of letters written from a conflicted and displaced character who writes to the other beings he once shared a space with. It is his driving attempt to understand and reconcile his irreconcilable role in a tangle of time, violence, and the lives of others.

Page Count

59

Subject Headings

Human-animal relationships‚ Human-animal communication‚ Letters -- Fiction‚ Humanity‚ Emotions‚ Epistolary fiction‚ Environmental sciences‚ Humanities‚ Whitman College 2018 -- Dissertation collection -- Environmental Humanities

Permanent URL

http://works.whitman.edu/438

Document Type

Whitman Community Accessible Thesis

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