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Oscar Wilde's Contribution to the Comedy of Manners
(Creighton University, 1940)
The present study attempts to trace the growth and the development of the comedy of manners through its various phases, up to about 1900. It will especially endeavor to bring together findings concerning the contributions ...
The British Cabinet Crisis of August, 1914
(Creighton University, 1951)
This study is an attempt to present as nearly as possible a complete picture of the crisis in the British Cabinet, and the issues involved in it, on the eve of Britain's entry into World War I. There is only one work ...
A Comparative Study of Shakespeare’s Periods of Division
(Creighton University, 1950)
One of the most effective methods of studying any writer is to read his works in the order in which they were written. Custom in literary history sanctions the practice of studying an author period by period. When a literary ...
The Classic Ideals in Gorboduc: A Study in the Aristotelian Principles that Seneca Gave to the First English Tragedy
(Creighton University, 1949)
"One cannot understand Elizabethan drama without grasping the spirit of the Renaissance." Such a statement gives at least some authority to the manner of' presentation that has been adopted with this study of' the first ...
Pinker, James Brand, 1909 October 20
Bancroft, Mrs. John, 1902 January 15
Souvestre, Marie, 1897 April 2
Broughton, Rhoda,  March 5
A Survey of Kansas Poetry
(Creighton University, 1937)
This work endeavors to present precisely what the title of the thesis suggests — A Survey of Kansas Poetry. In choosing the subject for this thesis, the writer was largely influenced by the fact that her early life was ...
A History of the Schools of the Sisters of Humility in Iowa
(Creighton University, 1935)
The purpose of this thesis is to furnish a concise and interesting account of the schools established and conducted by the Sisters of Humility in Iowa, where this community has labored for over fifty years. An earnest ...