Daniel Cross Turner
This paper explores the marginalized roles of the non-human animal throughout Ron Rash's 2008 novel, Serena, by classifying various types of animal occurrences into three categories: "The Metaphorical," "The Authentic," and "The Murderous," to investigate their role(s), significance, and signification in the text.
"Specters of Nature; or, From Metaphor to Murder: The Nonhuman-animal in Rash's Serena,"
Bridges: A Journal of Student Research: Vol. 9
, Article 6.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.coastal.edu/bridges/vol9/iss9/6