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Anne N. Bornschein
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On the erosion of the Happily Ever After convention in popular romance, using example of J.R. Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood series to illustrate

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On the erosion of the Happily Ever After convention in popular romance, using example of J.R. Ward's Black Dagger Brotherhood series to illustrate

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Fellow scholars and romance enthusiasts who take a particular interest in issues of diversity, representation, and inclusiveness in the literary landscape: My latest blog post is a statement of intent on diversity. It lays out some of the ways that my blog aims to acknowledge and promote diversity throughout the popular romance genre. Take a look, and don't forget to subscribe to receive posts via email. 

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Fellow scholars and romance enthusiasts who take a particular interest in issues of diversity, representation, and inclusiveness in the literary landscape: My latest blog post is a statement of intent on diversity. It lays out some of the ways that my blog aims to acknowledge and promote diversity throughout the popular romance genre. Take a look, and don't forget to subscribe to receive posts via email. 

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Fellow scholars and romance enthusiasts who take a particular interest in issues of diversity, representation, and inclusiveness in the literary landscape: My latest blog post is a statement of intent on diversity. It lays out some of the ways that my blog aims to acknowledge and promote diversity throughout the popular romance genre. Take a look, and don't forget to subscribe to receive posts via email. 

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Following the DC conference on romance, my latest Penetrating Analysis post takes up one panelist's points on differing attitudes toward romantic love across the centuries and in various literary traditions. I think that while it's pretty much universally recognized that the fairy tale as a literary genre has had a tremendous impact on modern popular romance, we should also be looking to medieval lit for analogues to a number of trends in the romance landscape today.

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My latest Penetrating Analysis post is the first in a series on unconventional uses of the cross-dressing trope in popular romance. This one examines the scene from Eloisa James's Pleasure for Pleasure in which the hero, the Earl of Mayne, puts on the heroine's pink dress:

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My latest Penetrating Analysis post is the first in a series on unconventional uses of the cross-dressing trope in popular romance. This one examines the scene from Eloisa James's Pleasure for Pleasure in which the hero, the Earl of Mayne, puts on the heroine's pink dress:

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My latest Penetrating Analysis post is the first in a series on unconventional uses of the cross-dressing trope in popular romance. This one examines the scene from Eloisa James's Pleasure for Pleasure in which the hero, the Earl of Mayne, puts on the heroine's pink dress:

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My latest Penetrating Analysis post is the first in a series on unconventional uses of the cross-dressing trope in popular romance. This one examines the scene from Eloisa James's Pleasure for Pleasure in which the hero, the Earl of Mayne, puts on the heroine's pink dress:
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