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Anxieties at the end: exploring the figure of the literary ghost and threatened social order at the Victorian fin de siecle
The end of the century was a turbulent time for England. As Victoria's reign came to an end, England's foundation was undergoing a sort of renovation. This thesis considers the figure of the Victorian ghost in the social ...
Stephen Crane's impressionism : a step back / Kathleen Tobin.
This thesis focuses primarily on Impressionism in three of Stephen Crane's works: Maggie: A Girl of the Streets. The Red Badge of Courage and "The Monster." Impressionism is the most appropriate hypothesis to describe ...
Modern transcendental vision of William Heyen / by Sean Penney.
This paper shall attempt to outline William Heyen's Transcendental Vision. Chapter One, sections one to three, defines Transcendentalism, explores the visions of two well known American thinkers, Ralph Waldo Emerson and ...
Narrative structure in three novels of the Vietnam War / by Rhonda Wauhkonen.
This thesis analyzes the process by which three American novels about the Vietnam War—David Halberstam*s One Very Hot Day^ Gustav Hasford*s The Short-Timers, and Stephen Wright's Meditations in Green—attempt simultaneously ...
Existential elements in the poetry of Theodore Roethke / by Leigh-Ann Duke.
This study is an attempt to illustrate, through a chronological reading of The Collected Poems, the existential elements in the poetry of Theodore Roethke (1908 - 1963). Though he was by no means a rigorous philosopher, ...
Sound and silence in selected poetry of Duncan Campbell Scott / by Eric Weller
The poetry of Duncan Campbell Scott has always been recognized by the Canadian literary establishment as being worthy of attention. His work usually appears in most of the textbooks and anthologies of Canadian Poetry, ...