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Coleridge and Kant: Significant Parallels and Contrasts in Ethical and Religious Ideas

Coleridge and Kant: Significant Parallels and Contrasts in Ethical and Religious Ideas

Date: August 1969
Creator: Carr, Barbara C.
Description: One notes that Kant's philosophy became a part of Coleridge's thinking, and his devotion to its principle intensified through the years. Although Kant influenced Coleridge's aesthetics greatly, significant parallels between Kant's moral and ethical principles and Coleridge's religious doctrines are evidence of distinct influence. Particularly interesting are the views these two men had on the being and nature of God; on sin, salvation, and redemption; and on the various aspects of religion and faith.
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A Composition Program for Accelerated High School Students

A Composition Program for Accelerated High School Students

Date: August 1969
Creator: Reynolds, Grover A.
Description: Since so many aids are available to help the teacher in the actual process of writing, this study will concentrate on the various ways in which other benefits, such as heightened awareness, educated imagination, increased self-esteem, and improved critical judgment, can be integrated into a composition class for accelerated students.
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A Critical Introduction to the Proletarian Novels of Alan Sillitoe

A Critical Introduction to the Proletarian Novels of Alan Sillitoe

Date: August 1969
Creator: Boyd, Ronald E.
Description: This study seeks to analyze each of Sillitoe's proletarian novels as a separate artistic endeavor, to study each in terms of its critical reception, plot, theme, characterization, setting, and style.
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Directed Reading toward Self-Understanding for Adolescents: a Teacher's Guide

Directed Reading toward Self-Understanding for Adolescents: a Teacher's Guide

Date: August 1969
Creator: Pearce, Gloria Nadene
Description: This thesis provides annotations for contemporary adolescent novels for the purpose of serving as a guide for English teachers in the individual selection of novels for outside reading by adolescents in grades nine, ten, eleven, and twelve.
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Dostoyevsky: a Resource for Modern Youth

Dostoyevsky: a Resource for Modern Youth

Date: August 1969
Creator: Porcher, Robert D.
Description: This thesis looks at two questions regarding the teaching of Fyodor Dostoyevsky's works in high school and junior college: which of Dostoyevsky's works should be used, and what materials in those works selected should one consider most necessary for emphasis in the actual teaching of the works.
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Elements of Old English Prosody in the Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins

Elements of Old English Prosody in the Poetry of Gerard Manley Hopkins

Date: August 1969
Creator: Youngblood, Mary Ann
Description: This thesis attempts to explain the Anglo-Saxon influence on Hopkins's poetry by providing a biographical study of his life to determine when he acquired knowledge of the Anglo-Saxon.
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The Free Verse Movement in America, with an Experiment in Verse

The Free Verse Movement in America, with an Experiment in Verse

Date: August 1969
Creator: Seale, Jan Epton
Description: This thesis discusses the notion of free verse in poetry with emphasis on Walt Whitman and Amy Lowell. The majority of the paper consists of original poetry by the author.
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Hawthorne's Romantic Transmutation of Colonial and Revolutionary War History in Selected Tales and Romances

Hawthorne's Romantic Transmutation of Colonial and Revolutionary War History in Selected Tales and Romances

Date: August 1969
Creator: Clayton, Lawrence R.
Description: The purpose of this thesis is to examine in selected tales and romances Hawthorne's intent and the effectiveness of his transmutation of American colonial and Revolutionary War history in his fiction. This study examines the most important of Hawthorne's original sources. While indicating the relationship between fictional and historical accounts as necessary to a study of Hawthorne's romantic transmutation of history, this thesis further investigates Hawthorne's artistic reasons for altering events of the past.
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Human Relationships in the Poetry of Robert Frost

Human Relationships in the Poetry of Robert Frost

Date: August 1969
Creator: Myers, Nancy B.
Description: Since the beginnings of recorded literature, authors have been most interested in the human situation, the relationships of mankind: man's struggle to accept himself and his life situation, to achieve harmony with his fellow man, to realize happiness with one of the opposite sex, and to seek answers to his relationship with his Creator. This thesis attempts to illustrate that Robert Frost was among those who found these the most significant themes for poetic expression.
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The Indian Figure in James Fenimore Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans and William Gilmore Simm's The Yemassee

The Indian Figure in James Fenimore Cooper's The Last of the Mohicans and William Gilmore Simm's The Yemassee

Date: August 1969
Creator: Maness, Ella Mae
Description: Though it is important to establish the authenticity of Cooper's and Simm's thematic and historical Indians, it is more important to show that the writers were accurate in their delineation of the customs, personalities, and thoughts of the Indian tribes represented in the two books.
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