Florida Scholarly Review: Fall 2021

It Sounds Sweeter in Spanish: Imagining Miami Through a Different Language by Lawrence J. Byrne, Barry University

“Like Ponce de Leon, I Have Come to Find Manhood”: Archibald Clavering Gunter’s A Florida Enchantment by Maurice J. O’Sullivan, Rollins College

The Dark Side of the Florida Keys Representations in Film and Television by Bonnie Bonincontri, Lynn University

“When he speaks of Cuba:” Expansionism and Domestic Desire in Lucy Holcombe Pickens’s The Free Flag of Cuba by Patricia Feito, Barry University

Jester and Fat Man: Anomalous Bodies in Harry Crews’ Naked in Garden Hills by John David Harding, Saint Leo University

“Dense like Dying Stars:” Rhetorical Resignification in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend by Wesley Johnson, Pasco-Hernando State College

Tiny Ecology: Florida Nature in the Humanities Classroom by Andy Oler, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

From First Dates to Relationships: Creating Community in the Composition Classroom by Rachel Rinehart Johnson, Eastern Florida State College

The Freshman Writing Snafu, or the New Normal by Thomas Buckingham, Independent Scholar

Techniques for Instructors to Facilitate Student Satisfaction with Online Classes by Laura Tichy-Smith, Florida SouthWestern State College

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