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AuthorTitleChairYear
Johanna Mari CummingsStaging science: The Invisible Forces in the Plays of Elizabeth InchbaldWoodward2006
AnitaLee DanielsThe Circumscribing Coyote: Native American Use of Signifying to Cast their Message in Palatable TropesBeene2006
Virgil MathesPistols at High Noon: The Code Duello in Western LiteratureScharnhorst2006
Lawrence E. MorganWhere Science Writing and Nature Writing Converge: The Writing of John GierachSanders2006
Shari Michelle EvansNavigating Exile: Contemporary Women Writers Discover an Ethics of HomeWoodward2005
Sibylle M. SchlesierStahot'sewo'oms: I'll see you again. A Study in the Working of Collaboration: The Narratives of Bill Red Hat, Cheyenne Keeper of the ArrowsTorres2005
Patricia StoneChronotopes in the Cross-cultural Novel: Time, Space and Meaning in Novels by Toni Morrison, Louis Owens, and Leslie Marmon SilkoArchuleta2005
Matthew Niven TeoreyBrer Rabbit and Nho Lobo: Connections between the Literatures of Cape Verdean-Americans and African-AmericansScharnhorst2005
Mary Terese BlumThe Comitatus in the Trenches: Reading the Poetry of World War I through the Lens of Anglo-Saxon HeroismWitemeyer2004
Carin BigriggWomen (W)ri(gh)ting Wrongs: Contemporary Female Playwrights Manipulate the PastJones2004
Logan Dale GreeneThe Discourse of Hysteria: The Topoi of Humility, Physicality, and Authority in Women's RhetoricMartin2004
Karmen LenzImages of Psychic Landscape in the Meters of King Alfred's "Froferboc"Damico2004
Karen Janet McKinney"Mountaineers guard well the past": Ethnologists, Adventurers, Storytellers, and the Representation of Twentieth Century AppalachiaPower2004
Arlene Cinelli OdenwaldA Stylistic Analysis of the Ethos of Characters in Barbara Kingsolver's The Poisonwood Bible
Beene2004
Scott RodeReading and Mapping Hardy's RoadsHouston2004
Mary Ann Rooks"Clarissa"'s Lessons: Space, Class and Other Moral Matters in Richardson's Eighteenth CenturyWoodward2004
Cynthia Anne SeguraPerls of Wisdom: Computer Language and Perl PoetryBeene2004
Kevin Robert Dye"Barbaric Splendor:" The Colville Reservation Writings of 1887--1889 Indian Agent Rickard D. GwydirScharnhorst2003
Andrew Flood MaraThe Rhetoric of Evasion and Silence of Surveillance: Hypertext Origin Narratives from Vannevar Bush to Richard LanhamJohnson-Sheehan2003
Virginia Lovliere Hampton"A song worth singin": From Rituals of Resistance to Radical Black Subjectivity in African American Theater and PerformanceJussawalla2003
Michael Mark MoghtaderLives on the Disciplinary Boundary: Toward a Hybrid English Studies Graduate TeacherPaine2003
Miriam O'Kane MaraA famine of preference: Images of Anorexia in Contemporary Irish LiteraturePower2003
Andrew Michael SmithRegeneration through Photography: Invention and Identity in Pre-twentieth-century United States LiteratureScharnhorst2003
Jason David FichtelWriting "in the thrall of the impossible real": William Faulkner's Rhetoric of DisasterMarquez2002
Heather Eileen O'SheaSuitable poets in Brooks Brothers suits: Allen Tate, the New Critics, and the American Poets LaureateBeene2002
Julianne White"We have come to give you metaphors for poetry": Dance, Music and the Visual Arts as Metaphors in the Poetry of W. B. YeatsPower2002
Susan CantanaSlippery Bastards: Explorations of Illegitimacy etc.Alan1999
Lisa CraigMagnitude and Direction: An Examination of Rhetorical Features of Minimal  Manuals Past and PresentUnknown1999
Anne FoltzArchitectonics in the Zone: Construction and Implications in Three Contemporary NovelsUnknown1999
Earlene HammockMadness, Myth, and Misogyny: A Study Of Shakespeare’s Hamlet, King Lear, and MacbethMcPherson1999
Edwina RomeroStrange Bedfellows: Melding Form and Content in Freshman CompositionShea1999
Serena Roybal HuffmanA Victorian Don Quixote: Cervantes in EnglandPower1999
SueAnn Schatz“I Would Not Be A Woman Like The Rest” : Aurora Leigh and British Women’s Domestic- Professional Fiction of the 1890’sWoodward1999
Iris BarkmanNot Fit For Much: Mothers and Widows in the Comedies of Etherege, Wycherley and CongreveThorson1998
William FormanFinding a Way That Can Be Spoken : Myth Poetic Activity of Metaphor Twisting in the Rhetoric of PoliticsThorson1998
Carolyn D. HolbertMad Sex and Sexual Madness: Female Characters in Tragic DramaJones1998
Patrick Edward HoulihanRhetorical Instruments: Bakhtinian Dialogism as Composition PedagogyBeene1998
Elizabeth Moorehead“Separate Spheres” in the Republic Adice Writing in Sarah J. Hale Catherine Beecher Margaret Fuller, and Edith WhartonSmith1998
Jeanette RileyLocating in the Actual: The Poetry of Eavan Boland and Adrienne RichPower1998
Michael Oren SmedshammerModern Writers in New Mexico: Charles Lummis, Oliver La Farge, D.H. Lawrence, Willa Cather, and the Quest for Purpose and Place in the SouthwestJones1998
Sheila GilmartinHow We Begin to RememberSmith1997
Jami L. Huntsinger HackerBuilding a Cathedral of Alienation: A Study in Despair in Willa Cather’s FictionFleming1997
Andrew Stuart McClure“Survivance” in Native American Literature: Form and RepresentationsM. Szasz1997
Sheri MetzgerReflections of Eve: Condemnations Be Men, Defenses by Women in Tudor-Stuart EnglandMcPherson1997
Tamara Kay ThurstonBoundary Breaking: Mestiza Writers and Innovations in FormGavin1997
Jan WellingtonThe Poems and Prose of Elizabeth MoodyWoodward1997
Jennie DearThe Rhetoric of Reality in Eitheenth – Century British FictionUnknown1996
Megan O’NeillClaiming Coleridge: Poet as RhetorUnknown1996
Richard RandolphMarginalized Thoreau: A Sociological Study of Henry David Thoreau’s Sympathy with the Economic and Ethnic UnderclassUnknown1996
Rebecca RowleyThe Politics of Dreaming: The Relationship Between Dreams and Politics in the Work of Keats, Shelley, De Quiney, and TennysonUnknown1996
David BendettiPostmodern Poetics Ron Sillimans Languge Poetry and Professional Reading `Illegiable1995
Karen Bickel SundeMore than Fancy’s Image: A New Rhetorical Analysis of Argument Structures in The Man Of Mode and The Rover IJ. Thorson1995
Alan BlackstockThe Rhetoric of Redemption: The Literary Criticism of G.K ChestertonUnknown1995
David GilletteGutenberg Going, Going, Gone?Price1995
David J. MartinsonThe Ideological Development of Shakespeare Culminating in King Lear: Shakespeare’s Mirror for Magistrates for King James IMcPherson1995
Anna Carew-MillerTelling The Truth About Herself: Mary Austin and the Autobiographical Voice of Feminist TheoryFischer1994
Rosemary DayGeorge Elliot : A Woman Writer Problems of Distance, Etc.Woodward1994
Isabella DevereMale Power and Female Response in the Novels of Samuel Richardson: A Psychological StudyPower1994
Susan FieldThe Romance of Desire: Emerson’s Commitment to IncompletionSmith1994
Robin GanzThe Terrible Ambiguity of the “I”: Textualized of the Self in Philip Roth’s Fiction and AutobiographiesUnknown1994
Ann Marie GrigsbyThe Victorian Craze: The Appeal of Madness in Charles Reade, Wilkie Collins, and Charles DickinsUnknown1994
David E. Hailey, Jr.The Objective Metaphor: An Examination of Objects as Metaphors to Ceremony, Sometimes a Great Nation and The NaturalBeene1994
Michael J. MagesThe Dark Stain: The Role of Innate Depravity in American Literature 1620-1940Majory1994
Marilyn Wilton“In Duty Bound, A Life Hemmed In”: The Portrayal of the Female Artist as Outcast in Nineteenth-Century American FictionScharnhorst1994
Catherine F. MarstersNarrative Strategies and Discourse Communities in Late Eighteenth-Century Exploration NarrativesFischer1993
Seth BoveyThe Indian Hater as American (anti) HeroUnknown1992
Edward N. S. LorussoThe Importance of Truth: Nonfictive Bases for the Novels and Short Stories of Robert McalmonUnknown1992
Jose Morales-SerranoSpanish Civil War FictionKern1992
Henry SikorskiThe Influence of Joseph Conrad’s Polish Background on Lord Jim and Heart of DarknessDavis1992
Susan BrillLimiting investigations: Ludwig Wittgenstein and Critical TheoryFicher1991
Juliette CunicoAudience Attitudes Toward Suicide in Shakespeare’s TragediesMcpherson1991
Dixie Lee LarsonThe Motif of the Drowned Woman in Nineteenth-Century Literature and ArtWitemeyer1991
Michelle Dean Le BeauInstitutional Dimensions of Writing Anxiety: Case Study of a Community College Composition CourseBeene1991
Arthur Henry McMahonChaucer’s Use of Game and Play in The Canterbury Tales: The Game of Rhetoric; The Play of IronyGallacher1991
Cynthia Buono Lewiecki-WilsonWriting Against the Family: Family Relations in Lawrence and Joyce and in Recent Literary TheoryFrischer1990
Paul Martin HadellaFeminism, Misogyny and Realism in Mid-Victorian American LiteratureFleming1990
Stephen BenzGraham Greene on Latin America: Nonfiction and Narrative ArtWarner1989
Charles CampbellTechnical Communication as DiscourseFischer1989
Charlotte Cook HadellaWomen in Gardens in American Short FictionFisher1989
James David HarrellFrom the Mesa Verde to The Professor’s HouseBurbank1989
Evelina LuceroFancy DancerP. Smith1989
Stephen Lucas MathewsonThe Canonical Whale: Moby Dick and American Literary HistoryBarbow1989
Chapel SchmittPatterns in Willa Cather’s FictionArms1989
Jon Wilson TuttleArthur Miller’s Revision of AmericaJones1989
Mohammad Ali AtaeeIran, Islam and James Morier: An Analysis of the Hajji Baba NovelsFischer1988
Marie Elaine McCulloughEpistemic Rhetoric:  A New Trend in Academic DiscourseBeene1988
John Michael TriticaKenneth Rexroth and the Poetics of Commitment and MysticismUnknown1988
Maijan Al-RuwailiDeconstruction and DramaGaines1986
Erika Sollish SmilowitzExpatriate Women Writers from Former British Colonies: A Bio-Critical Study of Katherine Mansfield, Jean Rhys, and Una MarsonUnknown1986
William BalassiHow it Probably was: A Reconstruction of the Day-By-Day Writing of the Manuscript of the Sun Also RisesFleming1985
Sharon Lynn HilemanNarrative Structure in the Novels of George EliotUnknown1985
Longino Luis LopezThe Rhetoric in Middle English Alliterative Dream PoetryPollock1985
Ira Lanelle WittImages of Women in Selected Short Fiction of Joyce Carol OatesUnknown1985
Mark FacnitzHenry Green and the Craft of FictionWarner1983
Ellen EhrlichThe Focusing Function of the Narrative Frame: Its Effects on Our Understanding of a Lyric and Chaucers Three Early Dream VisionsDamico1982
Wayne EricksonMapping the Faerie Queene: West Structures and the World of the PoemBuchanan1982
Bernadette Flynn LowCharacter as Person and Fiction: A Study of the Ways Character Contributes to the Meaning and Artifice in Three Plays by ShakespeareUnknown1982
Stephanie Hingston KauffmanRelations Between the Sexes in Thomas Hardy’s Novels: Structural Patterns of Characterization and PlottingDavis1982
Kris L. Lackey“Dark Sentences”: Melville’s Use of the Bible in the Early NovelsBarbom1982
Bonnie Jean McConnellThe Writing Lab: Programs and StudentsUnknown1982
Mike ShearerDorothy Parker and Her PoetrySmith1982
James C. WilsonVietnam in Prose: Cultural Conflict and Literary ConfusionFischer1982
Robert FerebeeVirginia Woolf as an EssayistWhitmeyer1981
James RuppertLiterary Tanslators of Native American Literatures: Henry Rowe Schoolcraft and Mary Hunter AustinUnknown1981
Timothy Francis WeissFrom Fairy Tales to Edwardian Romance: A Study of Ford Madox FordWarner1981
Linda BrodkeyToward a Theory of College Composition and Academic Prose : The Role of DeixsUnknown1980
Jeffrey BucklesI am Not Ill At All: The Comedy of Frank O’HaraJones1980
Mary MoranExsiting Within Structures: Margaret Drabble’s View of the IndividualPower1980
Edward P. Walkiewicz“A Song to Make Death Tolerable”: “Mystic Method” and “Objectivist” Philosophy in The Cantos, Finnegans Wake, and PatersonWitemeyer1980
Bradley S. HaydenEarly Strains of American Romanticism: Crevecoeur, Barlow and OdiorneHim1979
Meredith R. MachenHome as Motivation and Metaphor in the Works of Willa CatherHiu1979
Linda Post Van BuskirkGeorge Herbert’s Anglican TheologyBuchanan1979
Michael MoranCharacter and Value in the Novels of Robert BageDavis1978
Richard MorganKenneth Patchen: An Annotated, Descriptive BibliographyFleming1978
Lawrence MorrisCharles Williams’ Novels and the Possibilities of Spiritual Transformation in the Twentieth CenturySmith1978
David Kelland TillThe Work of Robert Bly: “The Great Mother and the New Father”Franklin1978
Ellen DowlingBen Jonson and the Traditions of the Clever ServantUnknown1977
Lawrence O. Holmberg, Jr.Autobiography and Art: Aesthetic Uses of the Creative Process in the Autobiographies of Henry Adams, Mark Twain, and Henry JamesArms1977
Thomas QuirkThe Confidence Man: Melville’s Problem of FaithArms1977
Donna RixThe Function of Biblical Sourced in the Structure and Meaning of Blake MiltonBuchanan1977
Betty SenescuThe Utopia Within: Some Psychologgical Aspects of Edward Bellamy’s Early WritingArms1977
Carole Zonis YeeFeminism and the Later Heroines of George EliotWitemeyer1977
Gary BarricklowKenneth Burke’s Structuralism: A structural Description of Narrative and Technique in Faulkner’s FictionPickett1976
Helen-Jane Bergen TaichertA Re-evaluation of Pope’s Imitations of Horace and The Epilogue to the SatiresUnknown1976
Nancy Conrad MartinezLittle Epics: More Lively and CholericBuchanan1976
Leonard Edgar HeldThe Reader in Northanger AbbeyUnknown1976
Jan Douglas HodgeThe Gospel Influences on Dickens’ ArtP. Powers1976
William G. McPheron, Jr.Charles Olson: Toward Another HumanismUnknown1976
Theresa PearsonThe Sound and the Fury and Archetypal ReadingBarba1976
Geri RhodesShared Fire: Reciprocity in Contemporary American Indian and Related LiteratureSmith1976
George Harold Soule, Jr.Poe, Byron, and The Narrative of Arthur Gordon PymHoward1976
Ellen Stewart SpanglerThe Book as Image: Medieval Form in the Modern Spatialized Novel of Marcel Proust and His ContemporariesWitemeyer1976
Rita L. StrumThe Dialectic Imagery in Emerson’s The Conduct Of LifeArms1976
Patricia CampbellSeemly and Due Order: The Significance of Ceremony in Poetry  of Robert HerrickMcpherson1975
Chanda ClaryByronic Heroes and Heroines: The Theme of Love and Recurrent ImageryPower1975
Howard EverretLove and Alienation: The Sad Dark Vision of Carson McCullersWhidden1975
Richard FriedbergA Shared Way of Thinking: Johnson, Burke, Reynolds, and Gibbon on Ethics, Politics, AestheticsThorson1975
Lillie P. HowardZora Neale Hurston: A Non-Revolutionary Black ArtistFleming1975
Mary M. LayThe Sibling-Protector in Henry JamesArms1975
Charles OlsonThe Dragon by the Road: An Archetypal Approach to the Fiction of Flannery O’ConnorWarner1975
Robert SattelmeyerAway From Concord: The Travel Writings of Henry ThoreauHoward1975
Ann Margaret SlaninaThe Development of Charles Brokeden Brown’s Literary Ideas: A Study of His Major NovelsHoward1975
David T. SlaterThe Hero-Traitor Relationship in the English Metrical RomancesZavadil1975
Arlo D. SlettoEmily Dickinson’s Poetry: The FasciclesArms1975
Emiline BeismanThe Prospector and the Pioneer: a Key to the Selected Short Stories of Bret HartePickett1974
Paul CogginsBrowing’s Uses of HumorMelada1974
William CottonIgnoble Captivity: A Plot Convention of Romance-EpicZavadil1974
Arthur ElserThe Two Phases of Swifts Satiric ArtUnknown1974
Marlene HallConsciousness and the Unconsciousness: Henry James and Jungian PsychologyArms1974
Clifton Mark SniderThe Struggle for the Self: A Jungian Interpretation of Swinburne’s Tristram of LyonesseWitemeyer1974
John Joseph StegeCommunication Therapy, Paradox, and Change in The Merchant of Venice, Measure For Measure, and The TempestDickey1974
Lois ViscoliThe Promethean ArchetypeDavis1974
Sharon BarbaWilla Cather: A Feminist StudySmith1973
Carol CochranFlyting in Pre-Elizabethan Drama in Shakespeare and in JonsonSimons1973
Joanne CockelreasMuch Deciev’d, Much Failing: Hapless Eve Iconography and Eve in Milton’s Paradise LostZavadil1973
Ann DunlapBlake’s The Mental Traveller and The CriticsDavis1973
Mimi GladsteinThe Indestructible Woman in the Works of Faulkner, Hemingway, and SteinbackFleming1973
Eliot GlassheimThe Movement Towards Freedom in Paul Goodman’s The Empire CityDavis1973
Kenneth JohnsonThe Lost Eden: The New World in American Nature WritingRenclef1973
Muriel LathamThe Narrative of Sir Thopas and Melibeus: Parallels in the Vices and the VirtuesZavadil1973
William Edwards McCarronSafest Eloquence: The Faith-Reason Distinction as Operative Idea in Donne’s Anniversaries and Browne’s Hydriotaphia and The Garden Of CyrusBuchanan1973
Dennis J. McKevlinA Lecture in Love’s Philosophy: Donne’s Vision of the World of Human Love in the Songs and SonnetsBuchanan1973
Raymond NagelRomantic Reality in the Edwardian- GeorgianUnknown1973
Marc NigliazzoFaulkners IndiansHoward1973
Carol Stanley McHenryRhetorical Directives to Faulknerian Reality: Myth and Frieze as Ethical MediatorsMartins1973
Charlotte Swain McClureThe American Eve: A Tragedy of InnocenceBougheron1973
Dal S. SymesThe Heroine’s Search for Salvation in Later Nineteenth Century British Popular FictionMelada1973
James C. WorkA Study of the Hero in Spasmodic DramasMelada1973
David BeerThe Countries Sweet Simplicity : Devonshire Life in The Poetry of Robert HerrickBuchana1972
Claus-p BuechmannShakespeare’s Coriolanus: The Icon of MarsDickey1972
Earl CashThe Evolution of a Black Writer: John A. WilliamsFleming1972
Hans-peter EllerLight After Light Well Us’dBuchanan1972
Joan FosterDaniel Defoe and the Position of Women in the Eighteenth Century England: A Study Of Moll Flanders and RoxanaMalada1972
Robert GishLiterary Allusion and the Homiletic Style of E.M. Forster: A Study in the Relationship Between the Tales and the NovelsWarner1972
June Haig SimonsRecognition and Reversal in Samson AgonistesTrowbridge1972
Bruce Henderson TracyWalden as a Novel: A Psychoanalytical ReadingArms1972
Yukihito HijiyaByron and the New Promethean ManTillotson1972
Daryl F. Lane, Jr.An Historical Study of the Giant in the Middle English Metrical RomancesZavadil1972
Lois A. MarchinoThe Search for Self in the Novels of Doris LessingPower1972
Bonnie NeumannMary ShelleyMelada1972
Phillip ParottThe Female Warrior in the Renaissance EpicSimons1972
Peter PetersenThe Fiction of Kate ChopinArms1972
Bert AlmonThe Imagination of Gary SnyderTedlock1971
Richard AngellSir Thomas Browne in the Twentieth CenturyBucharan1971
Melanie BandyThe Idea of Eil in the Poetry of Blake and Shelley a Comparative StudyMelada1971
Eric BerrymanThe Holographs Ballads of John Payne Collier From The Hall Commonplace Book Folger MS. V. A. 339Dickey1971
Myrna BoucheyThe Shifting Voice: A Study of Robert Lowell’s PoetryFrumkin1971
Elaine Bush KalmarMisery of Birth and State Essays on the Tragedies of James ShirleyDickey1971
Nancy CottonParadise: The Faliure of an IdeaThorson1971
Richard DoxtatorLouis Untemyer and Modern American PoetryDickey1971
James GoshornThe Quesy World of Kurt Vonnegut, Jr. Satire in NoelsFleming1971
Joseph Anthony HuntInteraction Process Analysis of Harold Pinter’s The Homecoming: Toward a Phenomenological Criticism of DramaDickey1971
Carl A. KremerThe Hard-Boiled American Detective HeroPickett1971
Ingrid ParkerLandscape  Imagery in Shelley’s Major Poetry: The Forest and Related SettingsRuff1971
Harold Stanwood McAllisterApology for Bad Dreams: A Study of Characterization and the Use of Fantasy in Clarissa, Justine, and The MonkThorson1971
Gail BakerThe Organic Unity of Henry David Thoreau’s a week on the Concord and Merrimack RiversZavadil1970
Isidore BeckerThe Ironic Dimension in Hawthorne’s short FictionBucharan1970
Connie CapersFrom Drama to Novel: A Study of Fielding’s DevelopmentThorson1970
John CarollMasking and Disguise in the Plays of Etherege, Wycherley, and CongreveWhidden1970
Elmer Cole, Jr.The Consistency of  John Drayden’s Literary Criticism in Theory and in PracticeThorson1970
Richard fleckHenry David Thoreau’s Interest in Myth Fable and LegendArms1970
Ronald GowerThe Creative Conflict: Struggle and Escape in Jack London’s FictionMelada1970
Patrick LesleyPhilip Freneau and the SublimeMartins1970
Taylor AldermanErnest Hemingway: Four Studies in  the Competitive MotifWarner1969
William CogswellA Contrast to Defoe’s Moll Flanders and Colonel Jack, Etc.Thorson1969
Mary DemourolThomas Hardy’s Novels of the 1870’sDavis1969
Rosalie EgglestonA Study of Some Relationships Between Late Renaissance Music and the Temple of George HerbertDickey1969
Joyce EmertPearl and the Incarnate Word: A Study in the Sacramental Nature of SymbolismUnknown1969
Donald EulertWinfield Townley Scott: Conversations On Poets and the Art of PoetryUnknown1969
Cole FosterSmitten with Pride: The Persona in Jonathan Swift’s A Tale of a TubCatlett1969
Ezzat Abulmajeed KhattabThe Critical Reception of Browning’s The Ring and the Book: 1868-1889 and 1951-1968Crowell1969
Donald Richard King“Nature’s Primitive Gifts”: A Study of Wordsworth’s Visual PerceptionUnknown1969
Philip MeadA Consideration of Some Archetypes in Malory’s Le Morte DarthurFleming1969
James MortensenAmerican Reviews and Criticism of the Poetry of Robert Graves During the Period 1916-1965Crowell1969
Nancy Nairn WarrThe Body-Soul Debate in Seventeenth-Century PoetryBuchanan1969
Phil PhelpsPolitics, Government, and Man in Swift’s 1710-1714 Writing and Gulliver’s TravelsThorson Buchanan1969
Michael Joseph WenzlThe Ritual Foundations of Arnold’s CriticismDavis1969
Clarence James WolfshohlThomas Carlyle: Comedy and the Comic VisionMelada1969
William BinghamThe Journal as Literary FormWarner1968
James DeanHowells’ Travel Writing Theory and PracticesUnknown1968
Viva FiskCourt Satire in the Dreams of John Webster, Thomas Middleton, and John MarstonBuchanan1968
David FrazierLove and Self-Realization in the Fiction of William Dean HowellsUnknown1968
Frances Hoag KuliashaForm and Patterning in Modern Chivalry by Hugh Henry BrackenridgeArms1968
Shirley Ann JohnsonSamuel Johnson’s Critical Principles: A Chronological StudyGreene1968
Jae Num LeeSwift and the Tradition of Scatological SatireBuchanan1968
Vonceil McLendonAmerican Criticism of Rudyard Kipling’s ProseCrowell1968
Jessie MorrisThomas Hardy’s Style: A Syntactic Approach to the PoetryUnknown1968
Jordan RichmanSamuel Johnson’s Part in the Swiftian Tradition: A Study of Johnson as Swift’s Biographies, Critic and Associate MoralistUnknown1968
Lalit SethiKipling’s Attitude Toward India: A Thematic Study of His Indian TalesKuntz1968
Howard James SparkCatch-22: The Anatomy of a NovelThornson1968
Thomas J. Steele, S.J.Literate and Illiterate Space: The Moral Geography of Cooper’s Major American FictionMartin1968
Alan WatsonWilliam Blake’s Illustrated Writings: The Early PeriodRidcuous1968
Martha ParkJulian Hawthorne, Novelist of the Real and the Supernatural: A Study of Bressant, Idolatry, Archibald Malmaison and a Fool of NatureArms1967
Donald Boone SmithThe Decline in John Steinbeck’s Critical Reputation Since World War II: An Analysis and Evaluation of Recent Critical Practices with a Suggested RevisionTedlock Jr.1967
Ken M. SymesThe Narrative Techniques of Chaucer’s FabliauxZavadil1967
Edith WylderThe Voice of the Poet: Selected Poems of Emily Dickinson with an Introduction to the Rhetorical Punctuation of the ManuscriptsArms1967
Anne Bail HowardHawthorne’s Magnetic Chain: The Achievement of HumanityArms1966
Samuel BluefarbThe Escape Motif in Modern American Novel: Mark Twain to Carson MccullersNewman1966
William EvansInfluences on and Development of John Passos’ Collectivist TechniqueUnknown1966
Richard D. SpieseRobins Jeffers Aesthetic Theory and PracticeTedlock Jr.1966
Henry ChapinPoetry of Conrad AikenBreedman1965
Mildred GreeneLove and Duty: The Character of the Princesses de Cleves as Reflected in Certain Later English and American NovelsBrooke1965
Mary Frances Baker HernándezGabriela Mistral and the Standards of American CriticismParish1963
Myron OchshornHopkins the Critic: The Literary Judgment and Taste of Gerard Manley Hopkins, with an Appendix on His Verse TheoryWicker1963
Ben CollinsThe Created Conscious: A Study of Technique and Symbol in James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.Dickey1962
Robert BickhamThe Origins and Importance of the Initiation Story in Twentieth Century British US FictionNewman1961
Clinton F. Hurley, Jr.A Method of Structural Analysis of the NovelWicker1961
William J. McMurrayIntention and Actuality in the Fiction of William Dean HowellsArms1961
Andrew SeguraPromitism in the Faerie QueeneDickey1961
Tom ErhardThe Dramatic Technique of Luigi PirandelloSmith1960
Helen CarlsonNevada Place Names: Origins and MeaningsPearce1959
David Franklin HiattAn Edition of William Dean Howells’ Literary Friends And Acquaintance with an Introduction Treating Literary Reminiscence as a GenreArms1959
Gilbert NeimanHenry Miller: A Semi- Critical ApproachWicker1959
Charles ParishTwentieth-Century Criticism of Form in Tristram ShandyCrowell1959
Paul ReigstadThe Art and Mind of O.E. RolvaggCrowell1958
Juanita Smith KytleBrad Whitlock: His Life and His FictionBoughemon1958
Clarence Edward LongShapeshifting and Associated Phenomena as Conventions of the Middle English Metrical RomancesPearce1957
J. Franklin MurrayHilton’s Conception of Original Justice and of Original SinWicker1957
Edith PetersonSymmetric History: A Study of Thought Patterns in the Prose Works of Thomas HardyPearce1957
Gary L. TateGabriel Harvey: Catalyst in the English Literary RenaissancePearce1957
Charles G. WileyA Study of the American Woman as She is Presented in the American Drama of the Nineteen-TwentiesD. Smith1957
Norman GregorThe Luxury of Doubt: A Study of the Relationship Between Imagery and Theme in Emily Dickinson’s PoetrySmith1955
Richard DarbeeHenry Brooke: A Study of His Ideas and of His Positions in the Pre-Romantic MovementWicker1953
Marie SommervilleThe Writings of Rabindranath Tagore as a Bridge Between East and WestPearce1953
Frank AdamsThe Literary Tradition of the Scientific RomanceAlberlos1951
Mary FiskSpatial Metaphors: Narrative Form and the Autobiographical Self in British Women’s Autobiographies 1600-1899Davis1933

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