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Authors of Eastfield: Elizabeth Huston

This guide celebrates the literary and visual arts scholarship of the faculty and staff at Eastfield College. Authors and artists are listed alphabetically by surname.

Elizabeth Huston

Electronic Journal Article:

Huston, Elizabeth. "Artistically Speaking: Morris’s Rhetorical Handiwork." William Morris Society in the United States Summer 2008:

13-17. Web. 9 May 2015.

- - -. "Didactic Reveries: William Morris's Dream Visions." Scholarship and Creativity Journal: n. pag. Texas College English   

Association. Web. 11 May 2015. < /home/scholarship-and-creativity-journal/journal-


- - -. "Exploring Rhetorical Stance: William Morris's 'The Art of the People.'" Conf. of College Teachers of English Studies 59

(1994):   27-34. Print.

- - -. "The Semiotic Relevance of Motion and Movement in Walt Whitman‘s 'Eidolons.'" Out of Chaos: Semiotics: a Festschrift in

          Honor of Umberto Eco. Ed. William Edward Tanner, Anne Gervasi, and Kay Mizell. Arlington, Texas: Liberal Arts P, 1990. N.

          pag. Print.

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