David S. McCracken, Ph.D.
Professor of English; Chair of the Department of Communication, Language, Literature, and Religion
Postmodern Parody in the Novels of Chuck Palahniuk. McFarland Publishing (forthcoming 2016)
Melanie McGrath. “Chopin and Freeman,” Sigma Tau Delta 2013 National Conference, OR
“The Issue of Denial in F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ‘An Alcoholic Case.’” Journal of Social Science Research 1(2013): 121-28.
“God, Job, and Desire in Pietro di Donato’s Christ in Concrete.” Postscript: Publication of the Philological Association of the Carolinas 28 (2013). www.pachome.org.
“Chuck Palahniuk’s Fight Club as Working-Class Novel” Postscript: Publication of the Philological Association of the Carolinas 27 (2012). www.pachome.org.
“Charlotte Simmons as a Working-Class Heroine in Tom Wolfe’s I am Charlotte Simmons.” Critical Approaches to American Working-Class Literature: Classed Critiques. Ed. Michelle Tokarczyk. New York: Routledge, 2011. 87-102.
“Francis Phelan as a Postmodern Odysseus in William Kennedy’s Ironweed.” Postscript: Publication of the Philological Association of the Carolinas 22 (2005): 1-8.