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The intrusive past: history and identity in the novels of Wallace Stegner
Wallace Stegner believes in history, and one gets the impression from reading his books that he wishes more Americans did. A protagonist of one of his novels declares that "I believe in the life chronological, not the life ...
Concepts of time and space as organizing principles in Paradise Lost
In Paradise Lost Milton creates a world of time and space, and he also deals systematically with such ideas as pride, humility, reason, free will, and the Fall of Man. The purpose of this thesis is to demonstrate by analysis ...
Art and artifact in selected fiction of Edith Wharton
The thesis is a study of Edith Wharton's functional use of the significant detail. There are three categories of details: the art of decoration or interior and exterior architecture; artifacts, predominantly such things ...
Anti-romantic elements in the biographical-critical poems of W. H. Auden's Another time
W. H. Auden first published the volume of poems entitled Another Time on February 7, 1940. There has been no study of the volume as an artistic entity, and only a few of the poems have received detailed commentary. This ...
D. H. Lawrence's political philosophy as expressed in his novels
As I have indicated in my title, the subject of this thesis is the political philosophy of D. H. Lawrence as expressed in his novels. I had originally intended to present a general, critical analysis of the political ...
Novel into play: the influence of Richardson, Fielding, Smollett and Sterne upon the later English drama
The transformation of novels into plays and films . has become so commonplace a practice during the twentieth century that the critical problem involved in the Change of one literary form into another tends to be minimized. ...