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    • An Experiment in Drama 

      Roberts, Ellen (1969-04-01)
      The modem theater, which is to say the avant-garde theater, forerunner of dada, surrealism, cruelty and absurdity in theater, had its inception in France on December 11, 1896 with the production of Alfred Jarry’s KING UBU. ...
    • The Aesthetic Of Robert Browning As Found In Selected Poems 

      Miller, Joseph (1969-04-01)
      To know Robert Browning is to have some feel for his profound sensitivity and understanding of the arts. Browning does not stand in great favor with modern critics and his popularity with the reading public is slowly ...
    • La Mitologia De La Ficcion Contemporanea Hispanoamericana 

      LaSalle, Suzanne (1970-04-01)
      En nuestro pais la cosa mas popular que discutir es la relacion entre el hombre y el mundo en que el existe. Hay mucha gente que ahora no esta satisfecha con el metodo en que el hombre se relaciona con el mundo y tambien ...
    • Which Is The Merchant Here? And Which The Jew? 

      Ferda, Kathleen (1970-04-01)
      The Merchant of Venice is perhaps one of the most controversial plays that Shakespeare ever wrote. Though written more than three hundred fifty years ago, it has received more divergent interpretations than any of Shakespeare’s ...
    • La Querelle Du Cid De Corneille 

      Patton, Harlan (1970-04-01)
      Pierre Corneille naquit le 6 juin 1606 a Rouen. D’une bonne famille bourgeoise, son pere et son grandpere avaient occupe avant lui 1’office de mitre des eaux et forets dans le vicomte" de Rouen. Pierre aussi occuperait ...
    • L'Esprit Anarchiste En France: Pierre-Joseph Proudhon 

      Homan, Paul (1970-04-01)
      Au moment ou il lanpa cette tirade contre le gouvernement traditionel, Pierre-Joseph Proudhon venait d’achever sa reputation en publiant l'oeuvre majeure, Qu'est-ce que la propriete? ou Recherches sur le principe du droit ...
    • One Fine Morning: An Analysis Of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "May Day" 

      Burr, Daniel (1971-04-01)
      My interest in F. Scott Fitzgerald began, as it must have for many people, after I read The Great Gatsby for the first time. This short novel is generally considered his masterpiece; it is the representative work used in ...
    • L'image du Jardin et la Quete du Bonheur Dans L'oeuvre de Voltaire, de Flaubert, et de France 

      Varacalle, Jessica (1971-04-01)
      Francois-Marie Arouet, dit Voltaire, represente au monde du dix-huitieme siecle un homme d'esprit independent. Il se moquait franchement du temperament borne de la societe de son epoque. Cet homme independent passait ...
    • Vardis Fisher: Review Of An Idaho Writer 

      Ross, Kathleen (1971-04-01)
      I became aware of Vardis Fisher when I was very young, probably no more than five years old. My father read Fisher’s syndicated newspaper column and I remember that he usually discussed it with my mother. Fisher remained ...
    • Flannery O'Connor: Prophet In The Wilderness 

      Sullivan, Dannette (1972-04-01)
      As one surveys the gamut of contemporary American literature, one frequently mentioned name is that of Flannery O'Connor. She is a widely discussed contemporary writer — and yet one of the most misinterpreted and ...
    • "I Caught This Morning . . ." A Study Of Gerard Manley Hopkins 

      Bertagnolli, Ann (1973-04-01)
      My interest in Gerard Manley Hopkins began after I read a brief collection of his later poetry for the first time. Hopkins* acute sensitivity and tremendous depth of character reveal the man’s search for meaning in life, ...
    • Dostoyevsky And Solzhenitsyn: Their Bridge Over A Troubled Century 

      Whearty, Nicolet (1974-04-01)
      The world has heard a great deal about Alexander Solzhenitsyn lately. His audacious works, his unconventional stance among his fellow writers, and finally his unprecedented banishment by the Soviet government have thrust ...
    • Ionesco 

      Younger, Mary (1974-04-01)
      Toutes les oeuvres de Eugene Ionesco repondent a des questions vque 1'auteur se pose en permanence, sur les pieges du langage, la contagion ideologique, la comedie humaine, et la mort. La mort est le seul theme constant ...
    • Camus: L'Evolution D'Une Attitude 

      Clancey, Martha (1974-04-01)
      Albert Camus a ecrit trois romans: L'Etranger , La Peste , et La Chute. Dans chacune de ces oeuvres, il nous presente un protagoniste par qui il nous demontre une attitude nouvelle dans sa philosophie. Meursault, dans ...
    • Haiku: Bless You 

      Mohatt, Wanda (1974-04-01)
      Born of the Japanese tradition, haiku capitalizes on the depth and universal scope of fundamental images (fire, water, vegetation, the seasons, celestial bodies) to make her the property of the world. The following treatment ...
    • Humanism In The Love Themes Of Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream 

      Elliott, Corinne (1975-04-01)
      When Shakespeare was born in 1564, the Renaissance had had Its effect on the European continent, beginning gradually during the Middle Ages, gaining momentum in the 1400's and spreading to England in a slightly altered ...
    • Le Style Et Les Thees Employes Par Stendhal Pour Creer "Beylisme" 

      Dahl, Mary (1975-04-01)
      Il y a un root qui decrlt le style de Stendhal, Ce root est Beylisme, qui comprlt son style et ses themes, En cette these J*essays d’isoler ce style. Je voudrals apprendre s’il y a vrai- ment un style qul lul est partlcullere, ...
    • Melodies Of Joyce's Dubliners 

      Petty, Patricia (1975-04-01)
      To be Irish isn't easy—there's no smug sense of being "right", such as the English enjoy, no solid identification with the Faderland, such as is held by the Germans, nor the pride in accomplishment that most Americans ...
    • The hypocrite Tartuffe, ou l'Imposteur and Le Misanthrope 

      Gerhardt, Rosario (1976-04-01)
      Il faut raettre le ooids d’une vie exemplaire Dans les corrections gu’aux autres on veut fair could easily be Moliere’s motto,1 Born the son of a "tapissier, valet du chambre du Roi," he had the opportunity to observe both ...
    • The Enduring Significance Of John G. Neihardt's Summons To Spiritual Unison In Cycle Of The West 

      Heffron, Matthew (1980-04-01)
      John G. Neihardt (1881-1973) was, unquestionably, a rare individual. He was a mystic, a devoted poet, and an intellectual while competently and contentedly living most of his life amid a prairie society which seldom inspired ...