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Wordsworth and Whitman: a Comparative Study

Wordsworth and Whitman: a Comparative Study

Date: 1944
Creator: Timblin, Betty Jane
Description: This thesis consists of a comparative study of William Wordsworth and Walt Whitman.
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Wordsworth as a Citizen

Wordsworth as a Citizen

Date: 1948
Creator: White, Ava
Description: William Wordsworth was not the civic-minded public servant who is often thought of when good citizenship awards are given. However, it can be said that through his writings, he did much to arouse others to an awareness of political, religious, and educational needs of his country. This thesis examines his views in these areas and how they contributed to him as a citizen.
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The Workability of Monopoly in the Oil Industry

The Workability of Monopoly in the Oil Industry

Date: 1949
Creator: Perkins, John Emmit
Description: In this thesis, the author examines the theory that competition in the oil industry is "unworkable" and looks at the development and current status of monopoly in the oil industry to determine whether or not monopoly is workable.
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The Workshop for Teachers

The Workshop for Teachers

Date: 1943
Creator: Sparks, Izetta
Description: The problem of this study is concerned with the history, trends, and evaluation of the summer workshop movement for teachers in the United States. In addition, a study was made of the Child Development Workshop conducted on the campus of the North Texas State Teachers College, Denton, Texas, during the summer of 1942.
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The Workshop Project at Denton, Texas, Senior High School for the Summer of 1940

The Workshop Project at Denton, Texas, Senior High School for the Summer of 1940

Date: 1941
Creator: Roark, Otis G.
Description: We propose in this study to give a brief review of the workshop project as carried on at the Denton Senior High School, Denton, Texas, during the six-weeks summer session of 1940. While the purpose of this paper is not to give an evaluation of the program, we shall point out some of the best points and suggest a few items which might be improved.
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