Titles Communicate Theory: Can You Tell Which Theories These Articles Use?

1)  "Postmodern Antihero: Capitalism and Heroism in Taxi Driver" By: Iannucci, Matthew J.; Bright Lights Film Journal, 2005 Feb; 47: (no pagination).

2)  "Race, Reproduction and Family Romance in Moreau de Saint-Méry's Description ... de la partie française de l'isle Saint-Domingue" By: Garraway, Doris; Eighteenth-Century Studies, 2005 Winter; 38 (2): 227-46.

3)  "Great Expectations, Romance, and Capital" By: Landau, Aaron; Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction, 2005; 35: 157-77.

4)  "The Lion King, Mimesis, and Disney's Magical Capitalism" By: Wickstrom, Maurya; pp. 99-121 IN: Budd, Mike (ed. and introd.); Kirsch, Max H. (ed.); Rethinking Disney: Private Control, Public Dimensions. Middletown, CT: Wesleyan UP; 2005. ix, 341 pp.

5)  "Gothic Genealogies, the Family Romance, and Clara Reeve's The Old English Baron" By: Coykendall, Abby; Eighteenth-Century Fiction, 2005 Apr; 17 (3): 443-80.

6)  "Medicalizing the Romantic Libido: Sexual Pleasure, Luxury, and the Public Sphere" By: Sha, Richard C.; Nineteenth-Century Contexts, 2005 Mar; 27 (1): 31-52.

7)  "Warm Beds Are Good: Sex and Libido in Tolkien's Writing" By: Rosenthal, Ty; Mallorn: The Journal of the Tolkien Society, 2004 Aug; 42: 35-42.

8)  "Memory, Forgetting, and Joyce in the Third Millennium: Nationalism in the Era of Consumerism" By: Lin, Yu-Chen; Concentric: Literary and Cultural Studies, 2005 July; 31 (2): 101-25.

9)  "The 'Saturated Self': Don DeLillo on the Problem of Rogue Capitalism" By: Varsava, Jerry A.; Contemporary Literature, 2005 Spring; 46 (1): 78-107.

10)  "Horace Walpole's Family Romances" By: Frank, Marcie; Modern Philology: A Journal Devoted to Research in Medieval and Modern Literature, 2003 Feb; 100 (3): 417-35.

11)  "Protecting Patriarchy: The Myths of Capitalism and Patriotism in The People vs. Larry Flynt" By: Ramsey, E. Michele; Feminist Media Studies, 2005 July; 5 (2): 197-213.

12)  "When the 'A' Word Is Never Spoken: Fear of Intimacy and AIDs in Lanford Wilson's Burn This" By: Schultz, Ray; Journal of American Drama and Theatre, 2002 Winter; 14 (1): 44-63.

13)  "'I Was Born in East L. A.': Humour and the Displacement of Nationality and Ethnicity" By: Fellner, Astrid; pp. 161-75 IN: Reichl, Susanne (ed. and introd.); Stein, Mark (ed. and introd.); Cheeky Fictions: Laughter and the Postcolonial. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Rodopi; 2005. 315 pp.

14)  "Beth Henley's The Debutante Ball and the Modern Neurosis" By: Plunka, Gene A.; Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South, 2004 Summer; 42 (4): 19-34.

15)  "Sexual Outlaws and Class Struggle: Rethinking History and Class Consciousness from a Queer Perspective "By: Libretti, Tim; College English, 2004 Nov; 67 (2): 154-71.