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    • Agnes Repplier Essayist 

      Remmen, Karl (1957-04-01)
      One of the distinguished twentieth-century American essayists was Agnes Repplier. She has been widely acknowledged as being "supreme among American essayists", as one of "the most interesting figures in contemporary life", ...
    • A Play Based On The Life Of Adolf Hitler 

      Steffeck, James (1958-04-01)
      This is a play based on the life of Adolf Hitler. Hot being a strictly historical document, some of the characters and situations are fictitious. Important persons and events are patterned as closely as possible after the ...
    • Thomas Merton's Poems As Illustrating The Relationship Of The Contemplative Life To The Development Of A Christian Poetry 

      Maddon, Thomas (1959-04-01)
      This thesis is not intended to be a critique of representative examples of Thomas Merton's poetry in their conformity to the canons of art. Their validity as pieces of art is not brought into the discussion. The primary ...
    • A Literary Comparison Of Daniel Defoe's Account Of The Great London Plague Of 1665 With Two Contemporary Diarists Concerning The Same Event 

      Larson, Gale (1960-04-01)
      The purpose of this thesis is to institute a comparison among the contemporary accounts of the Great London Plague. The contemporary accounts shall be taken from the diaries of Samuel Pepys and John Evelyn, and Daniel ...
    • Cicero's Notions Of Immortality And Their Sources 

      Koller, Patricia (1960-04-01)
      The purpose of this thesis Is to trace the history of the Ideas of the soul and immortality In Greek thought, and their adoption and comprehension by M. Tullius Cicero In his essays De Senectute, Tusculanae Dlsputationes, ...
    • An Internal Study Of Hawthorne's "Rappaccini's Daughter" 

      Everingham, Patrice (1961-04-01)
      Nathaniel Hawthorne and the problem of evil were not strangers: a brief survey of his life and works will reveal, to even the most casual reader, his preoccupation with moral concepts. His background was a religious one. ...
    • Die Letzte Am Schafott Gertrud von Le Fort 

      Stenseth, Sandra (1962-04-01)
      The last 80 years In Germany have been the setting in which modern German Catholic literature was reborn, took its faltering steps, and grew to recognition by the literary world. It has already been accepted by some critics ...
    • A Critical Study Of In Defense Of Ignorance: In Defense Of T.S. Eliot And Modern Criticism 

      Duffy, Michael (1962-04-01)
      In the years 1915 to 1925 a group of young poet-critics rose to literary prominence with a series of critical studies, daring critical tenets and experimental poetry. Three men — Ezra Pound, the originator; W.B. Yeats, the ...
    • The Metaphysical Trope In The Communication Of Myth 

      Jankowski, Antoinette (1963-04-01)
      Deeply rooted within the very nature of man are certain needs, drives, and desires. These cravings have surfaced and expressed themselves in every age and generation since the beginning of time. They have been manifested ...
    • Universal Rusticity 

      McGuire, John (1964-04-01)
      I should like to present a theory of regional literature which seems to be indigenous to our own "vacuum." In my thesis I shall emphasize a particular human quality of regional literature called "universal rusticity." The ...
    • Natures As Dynamic Entities In Poetic Intuition 

      Wisocki, Michael (1965-04-01)
      With the introduction of the real distinction into modern scholastic philosophy the possibility of defining a meaningful aesthetic becomes very real. With the work of the non-scholastics and such philosophers as Maritain ...
    • The Dies Irae: A Historical, Textual, Topical And Metrical Analysis 

      Shea, Daniel (1965-04-01)
      The sequence is the liturgical hymn of the mass occuring on festivals between the Gradual and the Gospel. IT is a Trope, i.e. a verbal amplification of a passage in authorized liturgy, whose embellishment is so lengthy ...
    • The Lamb is Known from the Tiger: An intense Study of Selected Songs of Innocence and Experience by William Blake 

      Hawley, Catherine (1965-04-01)
      Reading the ’’Songs of William Blake is like looking through binoculars at the beauty of a mountain far removed and often forgotten; studying these "Songs" is like wandering over the mountain with careless, aimless freedom, ...
    • A Study Of Sensuousness In Thomas Wolfe 

      Driscoll, Eileen (1965-04-01)
      Upon finishing any of Thomas Wolfe's novels the student finds himself overwhelmed by various dominant impressions. There is the feeling of utter chaos, of a world completely without order. There is awe at the massiveness ...
    • Keats: A Tribute To Beauty 

      Moran, Kathleen (1965-04-01)
      'If I should die,' said I to itself, ‘I have left no immortal work behind me— nothing to make my friends proud of my memory— but I have lov’d the principle of beauty in all things, and if I had had time I would have made ...
    • A Poet Looks At Immortality: Emily Dickinson On Death And Eternity 

      Baker, Edith (1965-04-01)
      Emily Dickinson was born on December 10, 1830, in Amherst, Massachusetts, the daughter of Edward Dickinson, a respected lawyer and Emil Norcross Dickinson, who "did not care for thought". The family included a younger ...
    • A Critical Study Of Dostoyevsky - Self, Chaos, and The Saving Feature 

      DeFlyer, Joseph (1966-04-01)
      Critical analysis of Dostoyevsky usually verges upon philosophy. This is a difficult task, for Dostoyevsky, like Shakespeare, presents human beings in all their complexity. He rarely takes sides in his artistic work, and ...
    • A Study Of Past And Present Language Teaching Methodology With A Consideration Of The Unity Theory 

      Leonard, Joyce (1966-04-01)
      The purpose of this paper was Initially, to give a short synopsis of the history and present situation of language teaching, with a presentation of views as to what the future may bring to language methodology. The general ...
    • Virtus Homo First Century B.C. 

      Kalberer, Katherine (1967-04-01)
      Before I can truly discuss the characteristics and properties of the virtuous man in the first century B.C., a clear idea of virtue itself must be presented. Throughout the history of man many ideas concerning virtue have ...
    • Stendhal: Les Conflits d’un Idealiste 

      Flynn, Kathleen (1968-04-01)
      "Le realists romantique," ce sont les mots employes pour categoriser Stendhal comme auteur. Quoique ce terme s’employait oar rapport au con- flit dans la literature de Stendhal, nous trouvons que ce conflit avait une origine ...