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April 27, 2012

Local student published

MONTEVALLO—An essay written by University of Montevallo graduate student Sarah Nichole Peacock has been accepted for publication in the St. John’s University Humanities Review.
The essay, titled “O for a Muse of Fire: The Role of Linguistics in the Assertion of National Identity in Shakespeare’s Richard II and Henry V,” examines how the historical events chronicled in the plays apply to the Elizabethan epoch.

The St. John’s University Humanities Review is published with the assistance of the English department at St. John’s University in Jamaica, Queens, N.Y.

Peacock, of Pike Road, is pursuing a master’s degree in English at UM. She received the bachelor of arts degree from Huntingdon College in Montgomery.

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