Fred Mensch is a Communications instructor at the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology in Edmonton, Canada. His specializations are Modern and Postmodern Drama, and the modern Canadian novel.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Faces of Influence: Women in Love as Lawrence's Response to Howards End

Comparison of Lawrence's Women in Love to Forster's Howards End in light of Harold Bloom's theory of literary influence

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Myth, Tragedy and the Postmodern in Ondaatje's The English Patient

Egyptian mythology and funerary rituals and their application to the concept of the tragic in Michael Ondaatje's The English Patient.

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Anticipating Nietzsche: Culture and Chaos in “The House of Usher” and "Wuthering Heights"

This paper explores “The House of Usher” and "Wuthering Heights" through Nietzsche’s diagnosis of a cultural binary from "The Birth of Tragedy" and “The Use and Abuse of History.”

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Published online: November 23, 2015

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