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Recurrent character types in the works of James Matthew Barrie
The object of this thesis is an examination of repetitive character types in the works of James Matthew Barrie. It deals only with the characters found in more than one work, who are given new names. The discussion begins ...
Alienation in the life and works of Katherine Mansfield
Katherine Mansfield, a British short story writer of the first part of the twentieth century, lived in the chaotic social and cultural atmosphere that marks this age, a time when old traditions were crumbling, belief in ...
The symbolic moment in the fiction of E. M. Forster
This thesis is a study in the fiction of E. M. Forster of a principle which has been named the "symbolic moment." The symbolic moment is defined as a short period of time which has the effect of removing character or reader ...
Circular structure in the novels of George Moore
This thesis is a study of the novels of George Moore's final "canon." It covers A Modern Lover (although this novel does not remain in the final "canon," it is Moore's first and as such it rates study), A Mummer's Wife, ...
The natural man in Thomas Hardy's short stories
This thesis is a study of the concept of the natural man within the four collected volumes of Thomas Hardy's short stories, A Changed Nan and Other Tales, Life's Little Ironies, A Group of Noble Dames, and Wessex Tales. ...
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 ...