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Chelsea Sokol wins North Callahan prize

Chelsea Sokol wrote “Sylvia Plath’s Master Narrative: Developing her Poetic Voice” to win the North Callahan Essay Award for 2014. She is a double major in English Literature and French.

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North Callahan Winning Essay 2014– Chelsea Sokol

   “Sylvia Plath’s Master Narrative: Developing her Poetic Voice” Chelsea Sokol tvb681@mocs.utc.edu ; (901) 831-7655 Seminar in a Major Figure: Sylvia Plath and Ted Hughes 11 February 2014 North Callahan Essay Prize Submission      Undeniably, Sylvia Plath’s final book of poetry entitled Ariel, including the post-Ariel poems added to the work by her husband Ted Hughes, marks her as a brilliant modern poet.  However, while this late poetry

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Warpinski awarded North Callahan Essay Prize

Joseph Warpinski, an economics major with a dual minor of business administration and history, has won the 2013 North Callahan Essay Prize for his submission “The Overextension of the British Empire and its Subsequent Demise.”  Warpinski received a $1,000 cash prize.  To read the essay, click here.

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