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The Personification of Death in Middle English Literature

The Personification of Death in Middle English Literature

Date: May 1970
Creator: Humphries, Judith G.
Description: This study concentrates on the personification of death in Middle English literature and examines some examples of the literature from the period.
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Southern Protestantism in the Fiction of Flannery O'Connor

Southern Protestantism in the Fiction of Flannery O'Connor

Date: January 1970
Creator: Matchette, William Arthur
Description: The main body of the thesis concerns itself with the beliefs and characteristics of Southern Protestantism as they appear in the fiction of Flannery O'Connor.
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A Study of Byron's Approaches to Reality in Don Juan

A Study of Byron's Approaches to Reality in Don Juan

Date: August 1968
Creator: Sircy, Otice C.
Description: Don Juan was Byron's effort to come to terms with the reality of his own environment, and he demanded the liberty to try to understand life and to present his conclusions without editorial or social oppression. It is an examination of the problem of appearance and reality; as a satire, the poem attacks appearances maintained by hypocrisy by placing them against the background of reality which is apparent to Byron.
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The Role of History in Kenneth Roberts' Novels

The Role of History in Kenneth Roberts' Novels

Date: January 1969
Creator: Harris, F. Janet
Description: The purpose of this thesis is to evaluate Kenneth Roberts' transmutation of American history into living literature. This examination will cover the following novels: Arundel (1929), The Lively Lady (1931), Rabble in Arms (1933), Captain Caution (1934), Northwest Passage (1937), Oliver Wiswell (1940), and Lydia Bailey (1947).
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Patterns of Imagery in Henry James' The Ambassadors

Patterns of Imagery in Henry James' The Ambassadors

Date: August 1968
Creator: Wood, Bobbye Nelson
Description: This thesis explores the use of art, domestic, nature, religious and monetary imagery in the novel, The Ambassadors by Henry James.
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Unhappiness in Love and Marriage in the Fiction of Anton Chekhov

Unhappiness in Love and Marriage in the Fiction of Anton Chekhov

Date: August 1968
Creator: Knieff, Nancy Jane Shumate
Description: This paper will examine Chekhov's attitudes toward love and marriage as revealed in his short stories. An attempt will be made to find certain themes which recur frequently and to discover the reasons for their recurrence.
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Primitivism and Progress in the Fiction of George S. Perry and Fred Gipson

Primitivism and Progress in the Fiction of George S. Perry and Fred Gipson

Date: August 1968
Creator: Wilson, James W.
Description: This thesis examines the degree of primitivism in the fiction of George Sessions Perry and Fred Gipson for the purpose of determining their respective attitudes toward the effect of modern technology on rural Central Texas.
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The Concept of Leadership in Modern American War Novels

The Concept of Leadership in Modern American War Novels

Date: August 1968
Creator: Wiggins, Stanley C.
Description: This thesis explores the topic of leadership through the war novels of: Styron and Uris, Jones, Mailer and Shaw, Cozzens, Hersey and Heller and finally, Wouk and Michener.
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Homer's Asymmetrical Gods

Homer's Asymmetrical Gods

Date: August 1968
Creator: Thrash, William H.
Description: The objective of this paper is not to be right about Homer's understanding and use of the gods in some absolute sense, but to enter the spiraling Homeric conversation as a lesser voice--to be right, given the paper's presuppositions and limitations.
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Conflict of the Heath

Conflict of the Heath

Date: August 1968
Creator: Lusk, Donna Jane
Description: The Return of the Native, and, to a lesser degree, Tess of the D'Urbervilles, served as the "darkling plain" upon which Hardy tried to pose and to solve his theories of the universe, its meanings and its duties toward man. The "darkling plain" in Hardy's works is represented by Egdon Heath and the country surrounding this heath.
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