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Steele's Tatler and the Reformation of Manners

Steele's Tatler and the Reformation of Manners

Date: August 1964
Creator: Miller, Judith C.
Description: This study presents details about Richard Steele's efforts at the reformation of manners in the Tatler by determining against what behavior Steele directed his wit, how he proposed to reform what he found objectionable, and the degree of consistency in his views.
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The Role of Women in the Work of William Faulkner

The Role of Women in the Work of William Faulkner

Date: August 1968
Creator: Balkman, Betty Ann
Description: This study attempts to categorize the major women characters of Faulkner, and with a brief description of each, cast light upon the relationship of that character to Faulkner's other women and to the author's ultimate view of womankind.
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Philosophical Ideas in Five Plays by Jean-Paul Sartre

Philosophical Ideas in Five Plays by Jean-Paul Sartre

Date: June 1968
Creator: Portman, Stephen G.
Description: The drama of Jean-Paul Sartre is primarily an investigation into the meaning of the human condition. The question of primary concern is: What does it mean to be a human being? Through his drama, Sartre reveals the nature of the existential situation. This thesis looks at five plays of Sartre and discusses the philosophical ideas in each.
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The Racial Attitudes of the White Person Toward the Black Person as Represented in Selected Works of James Baldwin

The Racial Attitudes of the White Person Toward the Black Person as Represented in Selected Works of James Baldwin

Date: August 1968
Creator: Duke, Elizabeth Anna
Description: This study concerns itself primarily with James Baldwin's treatment of the attitudes he thinks most white people hold. He desires to make the white man conscious of his attitude towards Negroes and to analyze the reasons for them, and incorporates his ideas into setting, characterization, and plot.
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Shakespeare's Richard III: The Sources for his Characterization and Actions in the First Tetralogy

Shakespeare's Richard III: The Sources for his Characterization and Actions in the First Tetralogy

Date: August 1968
Creator: Bender, Connie Patterson
Description: A thorough study of the progressive development of the description of Richard in the sources of Shakespeare's play and a comparison of the results of such a study with Shakespeare's portrait may make possible a deeper and clearer understanding of the character of the man as well as some further insight into the methods of Shakespeare's art.
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Representation of Father-Son Relations in the Major Novels of Samuel Clemens

Representation of Father-Son Relations in the Major Novels of Samuel Clemens

Date: June 1968
Creator: Coplin, Merritt Keith
Description: John Marshall Clemens was a failure, as a man, as a husband, and as a father. It is his lack of emotion, his inability to express or receive love, with which this thesis is mainly concerned, for it is his emotional vacuum that so greatly affected his fourth son, Samuel Clemens.
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Representations of the Mother-Son Relations in the Major Novels of Samuel Clemens

Representations of the Mother-Son Relations in the Major Novels of Samuel Clemens

Date: June 1968
Creator: Rogers, Janie
Description: This thesis examines the relationship between Samuel Clemens and his mother, Jane Lampton Clemens. It is apparent that Samuel was strongly influenced by his mother in his personality, appearance, and beliefs; but of greater importance is the influence she exerted on the literary creations of Mark Twain.
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Music in the Fiction of Willa Cather

Music in the Fiction of Willa Cather

Date: August 1953
Creator: Johnston, William Winfred
Description: This thesis explores the use of music in the literary works of author Willa Cather.
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Cosmetic Names : Their Formations and Semantic Implications

Cosmetic Names : Their Formations and Semantic Implications

Date: August 1952
Creator: White, Beth
Description: In order to discover the semantic implications involved in advertising in general, the present study is confined to an investigation of the names of perfumes and lipsticks, taken as representative of the broader field.
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The Salome Legend in the Arts

The Salome Legend in the Arts

Date: June 1953
Creator: McLain, Robert Malcolm
Description: This study of the Salome legend in the arts covers the historical background of the Salome legend, Salome in the early Christian era and in the Middle Ages, Salome in the Renaissance, and Salome in modern times.
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