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case study
[1002] Wells, Susan. "Freud's Rat Man and the Case Study: Genre in Three Keys." New Literary History 34 (2003): 353-366.
genre
[1304] Wells, Susan. "Genres as Species and Spaces: Literary and Rhetorical Genre in The Anatomy of Melancholy." Philosophy & Rhetoric 47, no. 2 (2014): 23.
[1002] Wells, Susan. "Freud's Rat Man and the Case Study: Genre in Three Keys." New Literary History 34 (2003): 353-366.
[1003] Wells, Susan. Genres and Their Borders: The Case of Power Structure Research. Seattle, WA: Paper presented at the conference of the Rhetoric Society of America, 2008.
literary genre studies
[1003] Wells, Susan. Genres and Their Borders: The Case of Power Structure Research. Seattle, WA: Paper presented at the conference of the Rhetoric Society of America, 2008.
power
[1003] Wells, Susan. Genres and Their Borders: The Case of Power Structure Research. Seattle, WA: Paper presented at the conference of the Rhetoric Society of America, 2008.
rhetorical
[1002] Wells, Susan. "Freud's Rat Man and the Case Study: Genre in Three Keys." New Literary History 34 (2003): 353-366.
thermodynamics
[1003] Wells, Susan. Genres and Their Borders: The Case of Power Structure Research. Seattle, WA: Paper presented at the conference of the Rhetoric Society of America, 2008.