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Water symbolism in the fiction of Margaret Laurence
Margaret Laurence makes frequent reference to the element, water, and also uses water-related words in her fiction; often these convey symbolic meanings. This thesis is based on a study of Laurence's five novels: This ...
Study of Spenser's Hymnes
This thesis is a study of a small collection of Spenser's poems which was published in London in 1596. The title of the collection is the Fowre Hymnes and it is one of the most confusing of Spenser's poetic works. In ...
Braided strands of meaning : Mavis Gallant's language
This thesis grew out o£ the difficulties in classifying Gallant’s fiction. Critics, when examining the works of Mavis Gallant, have tended to use a thematic approach: the themes of exile, fractured human relationships, ...
Modern transcendental vision of William Heyen
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 ...
Theodore Dreiser's Sister Carrie : a study of transformation and change in the artistic feminine psyche
Theodore Dreiser's novel SISTER CARRIE is almost untouched by modern literary criticism in spite of the fact that it has been in print for ninety years. This unique situation has resulted because the original novel, ...