SHERMAN, TEXAS—Austin College students in the English course “19th-Century Visions & Revisions” have used a variety of means to examine the works in American literature in the course taught by Randi Tanglen, assistant professor of English. One of the most interesting tools for that examination was creation of a quilt that became a metaphor for intertextuality, or the ways in which all literary works exist in conversation with each other. Senior Sathya Kikkeri explained, “The . . . More . . .