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Religious Experiences Reflected in Works of Aubrey De Vere
(Creighton University, 1936)
This paper deals with the religious experiences of Aubrey De Vere as reflected in his writings and is an attempt to trace them with a view to making one of Ireland's foremost poets better known and appreciated. To this end ...
Religious Thought in IN MEMORIAM
(Creighton University, 1933)
The second period of English poetry In the nineteenth century can be compared In variety and abundance of poetical accomplishments to the great Elizabethan era. One of the characteristics distinguishing this period from ...
The Development of Byron's Satiric Spirit
(Creighton University, 1934)
Webster's dictionary defines satire as "1. A literary composition, originally in verse and still generally so, holding up abuses, vice, etc., to reprobation or ridicule. 3. Keenness and severity of remark; trenchant wit; ...
The Development of Sigrid Undset's Technique
(Creighton University, 1930)
The subject of this thesis was suggested by Dr. L.V. Jacks of the Creighton Faculty and encouraged by Professor H.F. Fore. To them is due grateful acknowledgment of their kind inspiration and helpful suggestions. The purpose ...
Mathematical and Geographical Checks on Mark Twain's Accuracy in The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
(Creighton University, 1938)
The thesis problem is the ultimate reconstruction of this life of one hundred years ago by the accurate location and picturization of the settings of the incidents in the novel.
Literary Criticism in Newman
(Creighton University, 1937)
The reader may wonder why another article on Newman is being presented, and why Newman's literary criticism is being discussed. | Each year the name Newman is more and more entering into modern life. In the past decade of ...