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Functional Shift in English

Description: The purpose of this study will be to make an investigation of the shifting of a word from one part of speech to another, to see whether this linguistic process existed in Old English, Middle English, and to note the prevalence of functional shift among present-day writers.
Date: 1951
Creator: Ousley, Emma Gene
Partner: UNT Libraries

"Positive" and "Negative" Characters in Joseph Conrad's Fiction

Description: This thesis is an attempt to understand Joseph Conrad's own concept of the "moral law"; what is meant by the terms "positive" and "negative," often used to describe the forces so obviously influencing his characters; and the characters, the action, and the endings as proofs of Conrad's belief in such a law and such forces.
Date: 1951
Creator: Golson, Julian A.
Partner: UNT Libraries

The Use of Character Portrayal in the Short Poems of Edwin Arlington Robinson

Description: This thesis is a study of Robinson's general mental and philosophical development and the forces which contributed to it, the kinds and sources of Robinson's characters and the method and importance of their portrayal, Robinson's single portraits of men, Robinson's portrayal of women characters, Robinson's historical portraits, and the relationship of the short poems to Robinson's total work.
Date: 1951
Creator: Burks, Julia Mudd
Partner: UNT Libraries