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Mark Twain's Southern Trilogy: Reflections of the Ante-Bellum Southern Experience

Mark Twain's Southern Trilogy: Reflections of the Ante-Bellum Southern Experience

Date: August 1973
Creator: Robinson, Jimmy Hugh
Description: The purpose of this study is to explore Mark Twain's involvement with the southern ante-bellum experience as reflected in his Southern Trilogy, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (Tom Sawyer's Comrade), and Pudd'nhead Wilson. He came to denounce the South more and more vehemently in these novels, and each occupies a critical position in his artistic and philosophical growth.
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Elements of the Byronic Hero in Captain Ahab

Elements of the Byronic Hero in Captain Ahab

Date: May 1969
Creator: Howard, Ida Beth
Description: This study of the elements of the Byronic hero in Herman Melville's Captain Ahab includes a look at the Byronic hero and Byron himself, the Byronic hero and the Gothic tradition, the Byronic hero and his "humanities," and the Byronic hero and Prometheus-Lucifer.
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(W)rong Song: An Original Novel

(W)rong Song: An Original Novel

Date: August 1972
Creator: Hall, David G.
Description: The novel concerns the massacre of a small village in Viet Nam and its effects upon those involved, attempting to show that selfishness in men overrides any other concern, even during war.
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A Matter of Life and Death: The Continuity of Identity in the Fiction of Edgar Allan Poe

A Matter of Life and Death: The Continuity of Identity in the Fiction of Edgar Allan Poe

Date: August 1972
Creator: Hayes, Kathryn Janette
Description: Some of the most interesting facets of Edgar Allan Poe's fiction are his imaginative speculations concerning the metaphysical experiences of the soul, the individual psychic "identity." His interest focuses primarily on three related aspects of the soul's experiences (1) metempsychosis (or reincarnation and transmigration); (2) suspension between "death" and the after-life or states of unconsciousness and consciousness, sleep and waking; and (3) the terrors, real or imagined, of premature burial.
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Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors Revised for High School and College Production

Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors Revised for High School and College Production

Date: August 1964
Creator: Hawkins, W. Neil
Description: This revision of Shakespeare's The Comedy of Errors is in no way intended to take the place of a serious study of the original work. It is, rather, a revision to make the play a suitable stage vehicle for high school and college drama groups which would otherwise shun it because of the language difficulties involved.
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Pessimism in Three Major English Poets of the Nineteenth Century

Pessimism in Three Major English Poets of the Nineteenth Century

Date: August 1958
Creator: Simms, Bobbie Gwen
Description: This thesis examines the evidences of pessimism in the poetry of each poet, substantiated when possible by parallel prose writings and other critical and biographical material; and finally, it reaches tentative conclusions about the direction of the change in pessimistic outlook of three poets.
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A Proposed Reconstruction of the Elizabethan Globe Theater in Odessa, Texas

A Proposed Reconstruction of the Elizabethan Globe Theater in Odessa, Texas

Date: August 1950
Creator: Morris, Marjorie Rogers
Description: The purpose of this study is to determine as accurately as possible from an examination of contemporary records and from interpretations of scholars what the structure and conventions of the Globe Theater were in the hope that the projected reconstruction of the theater in Odessa may be as near the original as is possible and feasible.
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The Views of Edwin Arlington Robinson on Love and Marriage

The Views of Edwin Arlington Robinson on Love and Marriage

Date: August 1967
Creator: Orozco, Guadalupe Homero
Description: This thesis discusses the women in the life of Edwin Arlington Robinson and the happiness and unhappiness in love in his poems.
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Women in the Life and Works of Thomas Wolfe

Women in the Life and Works of Thomas Wolfe

Date: May 1968
Creator: Randolph, Ernest Clay
Description: This thesis discusses the view which Thomas Wolfe had of womankind. Primarily, this view is discerned and evaluated from Wolfe's fiction.
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The Language of Color in Shelley's Prometheus Unbound

The Language of Color in Shelley's Prometheus Unbound

Date: May 1969
Creator: Farrell, Charlotte Ann
Description: On the premise that examination of a poet's language can provide a valid and significant approach to the study of a work of art, this thesis proposes to make such a study of Prometheus Unbound, the major poetical work of Percy Bysshe Shelley, with specific attention to his use of color language.
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