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Shakespeare’s Historical Tetralogies: Compared and Contrasted
(Creighton University, 1962)
"No poet has ever expressed England, its character, its folk-speech and song, its virtues and its follies and some of its vices, and even its physical appearance, so sensitively and memorably." These words were spoken of ...
Reaction of an Ambident Anion. Effect of Solvent and Catalyst on the Cyanoethylation of 2-Naphthol
(Creighton University, 1967)
The cyanoethylation of the ambident anion, 2-naphthoxide, is known to proceed either by carbon- or oxygen-alkylation, depending upon reaction conditions. Recently a study was made on the effect of solvent on the course of ...
Quantitative Studies of the Mesencephalic Nucleus of the Trigeminus
(Creighton University, 1968)
The mesencephalic nucleus of the trigeminus is a group of cells found, in the tectum of the mesencephalon and extends from the level of the posterior commissure to the level of the chief motor nucleus of the trigeminus. ...