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Love beyond logic

Carla Arnell, associate professor of English, recently had a new essay accepted for publication in the journal Renascence: Essays on Values in Literature.

The essay is titled “‘Love Beyond Logic’: On Cannons, Castles, and Healing Tomfoolery in Dickens’ Great Expectations and Dostoevsky’s Brothers Karamazov.” Arnell’s comparative essay was inspired by a fascinating discussion question posed last year in one of her courses by Jenna Joudeh ’15, an English literature major who graduated last May. The essay will appear sometime next year.