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Analyticity and logical truth
The concept of analyticity is not one concept but many. Consequently if a distinction is to be made between statements which are claimed to be analytic and statements which are synthetic, how the distinction is to be made ...
World War I in the novels of John Dos Passos
John Dos Passos was one of a "war generation" of young novelists for whom World War I was a source of excitement and then disillusionment. The works of Hemingway, Cummings, and others illustrate this, but for Dos Passos ...
A study of British historical treatment of the origins of the First World War, 1918-1939
The connection between historical literature and public opinion relating to foreign policy is the primary concern of this thesis. It deals with British historiography on the origins of the First World War as it evolved in ...
Theme and form in the poetry of John Oldham
Most studies of Oldham have been limited to examination of specific historical influences on a given poem, or group of poems. The two essays by Weldon Williams, for example, while they are interesting for their demonstration ...