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"Everything is Something It Isn't": A Study of the Outsider in Three Novels by Theodore Dreiser
(Kalamazoo College., 1963-01-01)
No Native Grounds for a Native Son?
(Kalamazoo College., 1963-05-01)
The paper studies the conflict in the racial and artistic responsibilities of the contemporary author James Baldwin, proceeding through an analysis of the causes of the conflict, an indication of the manifestations of the ...
Four Approaches to the Teaching of Reading
The teaching of reading has always presented a problem to educators because they have never been able to agree upon the best approach or methods. Beginning with the Russian aviation feat of Sputnik in 1957, research ...
Ray Bradbury: Mars and the Midwest
Mr. Bradbury's intention in the Mars stories 1s not to write imaginative science fiction stories (science fiction' being strictly defined in this paper according to Webster: imaginative stories centered about some projected, ...
"A Reasoned Crisis of the Soul": The Spiritual Ordeal and the Artistic Achievement of Wilfred Owen
In essence the present study w11l maintain that Owen's poetry is relevant, and therefore worthy of serious critical attention, in four principal respects. The most a1emantary of these 1s disoernable without a close ...
The American Dream and Women in F. Scott Fitzgerald
The women in F. Scott Fitzgerald's fiction run of a kind: wealthy, spoiled, unthinkingly selfish. Fitzgerald's portraits of these beautiful one-dimensional 'flapper girls' are famous. Fitzgerald's heroines are often ...
Alexander Pope, his Detractors, and their Attacks
This thesis is about some of the more interesting accusations made against Alexander Pope in the pre-Duncaid portion of his lifetime, and the manner in which these accusations were stretched and twisted until they could ...