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Combustible Birds

Description: Book manuscript written by a student in the UNT Honors College that follows the protagonist, Syd, through life at a university. Plato's Republic and the allegory of the cave are primary inspirations.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Shukis, Shane

Euston Station and The Master's Chair

Description: Thesis in short fiction written by a student in the UNT Honors College. Two short stories are included after a short introduction. The first, "Euston Station," deals with a man disappointed with his visit to England. The second, "The Master's Chair," features a priest falling in love with a woman and trying to impress her son.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Wright, J. Mark

The Grey Prince

Description: Colloquium written by a student in the UNT Honors College as a fantasy novella set in an original world of magic and fantastic creatures.
Date: Summer 1991
Creator: Casey, Jim

Literary Illusion

Description: Thesis in short fiction written by a student in the UNT Honors College about a young writer living with a wealthy couple.
Date: Summer 1991
Creator: Midkiff, Brandi Leigh

Rhetorical Analysis of the Media and History

Description: Thesis written by a student in the UNT Honors College discussing the history and nature of media coverage, including Operation Desert Storm and the Civil Rights Movement. Special attention is paid to the role of television in journalism.
Date: Spring 1992
Creator: Schwartz, Cathy

Perspectives: Different viewpoints of the 1992 Presidential Elections

Description: Thesis written by a student in the UNT Honors College discussing issues leading up to the 1992 presidential election by writing three biased essays from the point of view of the Republican Party, the Democratic Party, and Ross Perot. Topics include Hurricane Andrew, Ross Perot's entry into the presidential race, the sale of the F-16 to Taiwan, presidential debate predictions, and economic views.
Date: Autumn 1992
Creator: Farmer, Jessica

Ophelia

Description: Play written by a student in the UNT Honors College about Ophelia, a character from William Shakespeare's play, Hamlet. The author discusses a dramatic reading of the play on stage by college performers, critiques she received, and her thoughts on the writing process.
Date: Summer 1993
Creator: Turner, Christie