Title

Last Monday

Publication Date

2007

Document Type

Thesis

Committee Members

Erin Flanagan (Advisor)

Degree Name

Master of Arts (MA)

Abstract

Last Monday is the first half of a novel-in-progress. The conception, rationale, and structural framework of the novel are explored further in the introductory essay. The work begins in a suburb of Indianapolis, with the story centering on a family of four whose oldest son is killed while serving in the Army during the Iraq War. The characters' experiences are told through a series of brief vignettes, currently ranging anywhere from one to twelve pages in length, in order to tell the events from the perspective of the four main characters from the Brennan family. The point-of-view of each section is third limited, shifting between the four main characters.

Page Count

181

Department or Program

Department of English Language and Literatures

Year Degree Awarded

2007


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