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The Relationship between the Hunter and the Hunted: Moby Dick, The Old Man and the Sea, and The Bear

The Relationship between the Hunter and the Hunted: Moby Dick, The Old Man and the Sea, and The Bear

Date: August 1963
Creator: Egner, Ruth Ann
Description: The purpose of this thesis is to point out explicitly the rather startling fact that each of these three writers in a novel which is representative of his own art and world view had developed the hunt-quest theme in a pattern and manner which are almost identical.
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Lord Byron's Interest in British Politics

Lord Byron's Interest in British Politics

Date: August 1963
Creator: Krukowski, John D.
Description: The purpose of this thesis is to examine the politics of Byron as they are related to his age. Necessarily, a part of this work will deal with ideas that are somewhat conjectural, largely because of the limitations of time and space as well as the lack of accurate information--particularly that which concerns Byron and the Whig circle.
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Alienation and Reconciliation in the Novels of John Steinbeck

Alienation and Reconciliation in the Novels of John Steinbeck

Date: May 1964
Creator: McDaniel, Barbara Albrecht
Description: The purpose of this study is to show how, in a world with a system of values based on love, the characters in the novels of John Steinbeck are alienated and reconciled.
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Sentimentalism and the Survival of the Comedy of Manners as Reflected in the Farces of the Eighteenth Century

Sentimentalism and the Survival of the Comedy of Manners as Reflected in the Farces of the Eighteenth Century

Date: 1947
Creator: Pyle, James
Description: A farce, insofar as this study is concerned, is any afterpiece which has plot, dialogue, and characters. This embraces such widely scattered varieties as burlesque, dramatic satire, pastoral, comedy, and opera. This study embraces more than a hundred farces, the most popular ones of their day.
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Hawthorne's Use of His English Notebooks

Hawthorne's Use of His English Notebooks

Date: August 1965
Creator: Howze, Louie Jo
Description: In order to obtain a complete spectrum of Hawthorne's opinion of English life and character, it is necessary to compare Our Old Home and the romances with the notebooks and with each other.
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The Picaresque Novel in America since World War II

The Picaresque Novel in America since World War II

Date: August 1965
Creator: Shaw, Patrick W.
Description: This is not intended to be a definitive study of all the picaresque novels of the last two decades. It is, instead, a representative study which includes those authors who have attained the most prominence and who have contributed most to the delineation and advancement of the picaresque genre.
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The Drama of George Farquhar.

The Drama of George Farquhar.

Date: January 1965
Creator: Reed, Weldon T.
Description: This thesis explores the characters, themes, and comic devices used in the drama of George Farquhar.
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The Significance of Animals in the Life and Writings of Lord Byron

The Significance of Animals in the Life and Writings of Lord Byron

Date: August 1965
Creator: Mathews, Alice Jean
Description: It is the purpose of this research to explore the role that animals played in both the life and writings of Lord Byron. The first areas of concentration are on the specific examples of Byron's affection for animals and on the psychological aspects of this love. Secondly, the thesis attempts to explore the symbolic importance of animals in relation to Byron and his works. Finally, the research is focused on Byron's concepts and ideas, which he frequently illustrated and clarified by animal symbolism.
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The Man-Nature Dialogue in the Poetry of Robert Frost

The Man-Nature Dialogue in the Poetry of Robert Frost

Date: August 1965
Creator: Luke, Edith Jackson
Description: The purpose of this thesis is to examine Robert Frost's use in his poetry of ambivalent views of nature, of varieties of human character, and of interrelationships between man and nature.
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Dostoevsky's Conception of Love

Dostoevsky's Conception of Love

Date: August 1965
Creator: Lewis, Marie R.
Description: This thesis looks at Dostoevsky's conception of love as demonstrated in his novels.
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