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The Significance of Color in Six War Poems of Edith Sitwell
(Creighton University, 1968)
Edith Sitwell uses color symbolism throughout her entire canon of work, both in her poetry and in her prose. Her color imagery can range from the traditional red rose, which appears as a powerful symbol of life in her war ...
The Ostministerium of Alfred Rosenberg: A Study of German Occupation Policy in the East
(Creighton University, 1966)
A fundamental problem in writing about Germans or Germany during the period 1933-45 is chronological. We are close to the period concerned; many of the actors, at least the secondary ones, are still living and part of the ...