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The American Journal of Semiotics

Cultural Boundaries and Semiosis

Volume 14, Issue 1/4, Winter 1997
Trickster

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Richard L. Lanigan No More Tricks: An Editorial
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C. W. Spinks Tickster: Cultural boundaries and Semiotics
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Scott Simpkins Tricksterism in the Gothic Novel
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Frank Kersnowski Durrell’s Alexandria is Different Now that I’ve Been to the City
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Robert Dupree Calvino’s Cosmic Trickster
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Alice Hughes-Kersnowski James Joyce: Aristotle’s Trickster
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Alan C. Harris Trickster in American Pop Culture: A Semio-Discursive Analysis of Batman and the Joker in the Hollywood Batman Film
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Robert C. Philen, Terry J. Prewitt Trickster and the Universal Elvis
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Phyllis Passariello Mother of All Tricksters: The Virgin of Guadalupe
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Linda J. Rogers Blood Ties
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Floyd Merrell The Trickster Who Mistook Him/Herself for a Mask
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Sean A. Day One’s Own Brain as Trickster
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Steven Skaggs A Typographic Trickster: A Graphical Model of Semiotic Action
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Elzbieta A. Kazmierczak Triangle as Trickster and Redeemer of Human Sensitivity, Imagination, and Improvization: The Tao of J.J.
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Donald J. Cunningham We Have Met the Tricksters and They Are Us
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Myrdene Anderson Pricking Trickster
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Index of Last Names
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