South Atlantic Modern Language Association papers

South Atlantic Modern Language Association papers

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Hargrett Manuscripts
Creator: South Atlantic Modern Language Association.
Title: South Atlantic Modern Language Association papers
Dates: 1960-1992
Quantity: 29.4 Linear feet (73 document boxes, 1 half box)
Coll. Number: ms931
Materials are primarily in English, however, several other languages appear throughout the collection. Titles of papers are recorded in the language in which the paper is written. There are no translations.

Biographical/Historical Note

The South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA) was founded in 1928 with the goal of the formation of a regional Modern Language Association for the Southeastern states. Initially, the organization only included four states: North and South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida. SAMLA is an organization of professors, academics, linguists, teachers, scholars, and graduate students dedicated to the advancement of teaching and literary and linguistic scholarship in the modern languages. SAMLA membership extends throughout the southeastern United States and includes members from across the country and around the world. South Atlantic Review, formerly the South Atlantic Bulletin, was established in 1935 as the official publication of SAMLA.

(http://samla.memberclicks.net/) Retrieved 9/28/2012.


Scope and Content Note

The collection consists of papers read at annual meetings of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association between 1960 and 1992. Files for most years also include annual bulletins from the association.

SAMLA's yearly meetings include special topic sessions in which scholars focusing in those topics present their research. In the past those topics have included: Advanced Writing, American Literature, Folklore, Freshman English, Renaissance English, Medieval English, Restoration and 18th century English, Romantic and Victorian English, Modern English, Teaching Language and Literature, Linguistics, Film Studies, Children's Literature, Comparative Literature, Women's Studies, Irish Studies, Slavic Studies, and Teaching English with Technological Advances. SAMLA also has annual sessions for languages. Those languages include: Old English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Slavic languages, Asian Languages, Scandinavian languages, Latin, and Italian, among others. Papers on all of these topics and many more can be found within this collection.

The earlier years of this collection contain about forty to fifty papers each. This number grows until 1985, which contains over 100 papers. However, it should be noted that this collection does not contain every paper from every SAMLA session, as contributing a paper to this collection was voluntary on the part of the author.


Arrangement

Arranged in two series:

Series 1: Correspondence and Schedules contains correspondence regarding SAMLA and several photocopies of SAMLA schedules;

Series 2: Papers Read at Annual Meetings contains papers read at annual meetings grouped by year and subsequently listed in alphabetical order by author's last name.


Index Terms

Humanities--Study and teaching.
Linguistics.
Literature--United States--Societies, etc.
Newsletters.
Papers (document genre)
Philology--Congresses.
South Atlantic Modern Language Association.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

South Atlantic Modern Language Association - papers. MS 931. Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.


Related Material

In 2012, the following collections of this repository were merged into this collection (MS 931):

MS 2342 South Atlantic Modern Language Association papers presented at annual meeting, 1984; MS 2453 South Atlantic Modern Language Association papers presented at 1985 meeting, 1985; MS 2508 South Atlantic Modern Language Association papers, 1986; MS 2564 South Atlantic Modern Language Association papers, 1987; MS 2629 South Atlantic Modern Language Association papers, 1988; MS 2794 South Atlantic Modern Language Association papers, 1989-1990; MS 2805 South Atlantic Modern Language Association papers, 1991; MS 2853 South Atlantic Modern Language Association papers presented at 1992 meeting, 1992.


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

Series 1: Correspondence and Schedules

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11Correspondence and Miscellaneous, 1970-1983
2-22Schedules, 1960-1980
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21-3Schedules, 1981-1984
 

Series 2: Papers Read at Annual Meetings



1960

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24Adams, N.B. The Pessimism of the Duke of Rivas.
5Alciatore, Jules C. Stendhal Et Les Romans De Voltaire.
6Appleby, Jane. Linguistics in Freshman English.
7Bailey, J.O. Freshmen and the Library Paper: An Experiement.
8Boyce, Benjamin. The Effect of the Restoration on Prose Fiction.
9Curry, Kenneth. The Edinburgh Annual Register.
10Daniel, George B. Ability Grouping in Language Classes in the University of North Carolina.
11Edge, Charles. Some Problems Encountered in a Large Section of Freshman Composition.
12Figh, Margaret G. Nineteenth Century Outlaws in Alabama Folklore.
13Fluegge, Gladstone R. The Theatre of Diego Sanchez de Badajoz; An Appreciation of Farsa de la Hechizera.
14French, Warren G. American Little Magazines in the Fifties.
15Grebstein, Sheldon N. Sinclair Lewis and Religion.
16Hart, Thomas R., Jr. Courtly Love in Two Plays of Gil Vicente.
17Heflin, Woodfard A. Astronautics.
18Herbert, T. Walter. Battles in the Iliad, the Knight's Tale, and A Midsummer Night's Dream.
19Howell, Almonte. A South American Translation of Paradise Lost.
20Hunt, Kellogg W. ETV: An Aid, Not a Replacement.
21Hunter, Kermit. A Tale of Two Ashcans: Reflections on the Drama.
22Kennedy, Phillip H. Re-eliciting Songs and Ballads from Living Informants of Early Collectors in the South, Particularly North Carolina (and Adjacent Areas.
23Manierre, William R. II. Nathaniel Ward and Cotton Mather: A Comparison of Styles.
24Manning, Ambrose N. The Present Status of the Research Paper in Freshman English: A National Survey
25Moore, John A. Fray Luis de Granada and Portugal.
26Morgan, Lucia C. Free Jack.
27Neuffer, Claude H. Names in South Carolina - A New Onomastic Periodical
28Patty, James S. Problems of Structure and Point of View in Le rouge et le noir.
28Patty, James S. Neither Black nor White: An Interpretation of "Tomango".
29Pincus, Michael S. The Recent Novels of Fernando Namora.
30Reid, Alfred S. Ante-Bellum Literary Culture in the Up-Country South Carolina Town of Greenville.
31Reynolds, Jack A. Possible Survivals of Matriarchal Tradition of Literature of the West.
32Roberts, William H. The Trend Toward a Native Tradition in Paraguayan Poetry.
33Rubin, Louis D., Jr. Two Groups of Poets.
34Russell, Fielding. Aaron Hill's Insolvent: An Adaptation of an Adaptation.
35Singer, Armand E. Ana Maria Matute: Primera Memoria.
36Sugg, Redding S., Jr. Did Hume Improve the Treatise?.
37Sullivan, Harry R. A Contemporary Revival of the Romantic Concept of Nature.
38Triebel, L.A. The Meliorism of Candide in the LIght of Voltaire's Life.
39Wershow, I. R. First Semester Spanish at the University of Florida. An Experiment in a Large Single Section.
40Wilgus, D.K. Clue and Joe Williams: The Value of a Local Blues Ballad.
41Williamson, Eugene L. Significant Points of Comparison Between the Biblical Criticism of Thomas and Matthew Arnold.
42Wilson, George P. Lois Lenski's Use of Regional Speech.



1961

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31Adams, Percy G. The Effects of Travel Distoritions on an Age of Reason.
2Alciatore, Jules C. Stendhal et Julie de Lespinasse.
3Allen, John D. Thomas's "Especially When the October Wind".
4Baacke, Margaret I. Uwe Johnsons Roman: "Mutmassungen ueber Jakob"
5Blackstock, Walter. Driester's Gospel of Progress.
6Bloodworth, Bertha E. Place-names in Folklore.
7Blount, Paul G. George Sand and the Victorians.
8Bowers, Fredson. The Elizabethan Drama: I, Classical Antecedents.
9Bowers, Robert H. Gawain and the Green Knight as Entertainment.
10Burroughs, Elaine. The Role and Present Status of the Teaching Machine in Foreign Language Instruction.
11Current-Garcia, Eugene. Simms's Short Stories: Art or Commercialism?
12Delano, Lucile K. Sensory Images in the Novels of Elena Quiroga.
13Dismukes, William P. The French Literary Scene in 1661.
14Durham, Frank. Love as a Literary Exercise: Young James Branch Cabell Tries His Wings.
15England, Kenneth. The Southern Gentleman: Indian Summer Asa Timberlake in In This Our Life.
16Flick, Robert G. The Encantadas: Melville's Desert of Despair.
17Flugt, Sten G. Karl Friedrich Bahrdt 1741-1792.
18Givens, Azzura B. Ironic Touches in the Wise and Foolish Motif: The Thankful Fools of the Italian Novella.
19Godsey, Edwin S. Fletcher, the Cavaliers, and Phillip Massinger.
20Grebstein, Sheldon N. Dreiser's Victorian Vamp.
21Guiney, Mortimer. Pierre Reverdy.
22Hallam, George W. Enter Hamlet, Poring Upon Ramus.
23Harper, George M. Apocalyptic Vision and Symbolic Landscape in Blake's Arcadia.
24Hirschberg, Edgar W. The Course in Functional English at the University of South Florida.
25Hoffman, E. Lewis. The Pastoral Drama of Jose Trinidad Reyes.
26Holmes, Urban T., Jr. Numismatics and Mediaeval Literature.
27Hudson, Arthur P. Perry Merry Dictum Domini: An Old Lullaby-Riddle.
28Jones, George F. Friendship in the Chanson De Roland (An investigation of the words amer, amur, amis, and amisctiet)
29Kallos, Alexander. A Re-evaluation of the Cain-Abel Relationship by Baudelaire, Unamuno and Hesse.
30Kincheloe, H.G. British Journalists on Poe, 1844-1870.
31Lievsay, John L. Continental Antecedents of Elizabethan Drama.
32Malycky, Alexander. The Influence of Karl Emil Franzos of the German Image of the Hutsuls.
33Manierre, William R. III. The Puritan Minister as Poet: A Note on Reading Edward Taylor.
34Nunan, J.C. Procedures for Staff Training.
35O'Flaherty, James C. Hamann in America: The Present Situation.
36Pafford, Ward. Coleridge's Wedding Guest.
37Peyton, Myron A. Some Observation on the Meaning of Lope's Peregrino Concept.
38Pond, Karl S. The Problems of the Teaching of French During the Transition Period.
39Ramsey, Paul. Intent and Poetry.
40Redman, Harry Jr. Autour D'une Lettre de Chateaubriand A Madame Reclamier.
41Salinger, Herman. Helping Heinrich Heine Explain his Archetypal "Night Journey" Poem.
42Shaw, Aracelis G. Experiment in the Structural Approach for Teaching Basic Spanish at Columbia College.
43Simmonds, James D. The Identity of Henry Vaughan's Suppressed Poems.
44Smith, James M. The Quest of the Infinite and the Absolute in French Literature of the Fin-de-siecle.
45Smith, Maxwell A. Giono as Social Reformer.
46Stephens, Linton C. Hugo's Clubs of Eccentricities in L'Homme qui rit and Addison's Spectator.
47Taylor, William E. The Early Admission and Advanced Studies Program and Its relationship to the Four Year Honors Program at Stetson.
48Thomas, Earl W. Portugues Literario e Brasileiro Falado.
49Tucker Jr., Harry. Carl Spitteler: Conrad der Leutnant: Eine Darstellung.
50Wade, Gerald E. The Comedies of Victor Ruiz Iriarte.
51Walker, A.J. The Life and Death of Buttermilk, or Changing Language Habits of Georgia Tech Students.
52Walser, Richard. Hamilton C. Jones: Folk-Humorist of North Carolina.
53Weiss, Robert O. Arthur Schnitzler's Notes on Journalistic Criticism.
54Wiley, W.L. Du Bellay and Ovid.
55Williamson, Eugene L. Matthew Arnold and the Archbishops.
56Wood, Gordan R. A Proposed Use of Self-Teaching Machines in College English.
57York, Ernest C. Ordeal by Hot Iron in the Medieval Tristan Legends.



1962

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41Aldridge, A.O. The Technique of explication in Current Continental Use.
2Allen, John D. Alliteration in Recent Verse - A Statistical Study.
3Almon, Tom F. A Departmental Project in Theme Grading.
4Barnes, Sam G. Overwhelmed with Helpfulness: The Controlled-Source Pamphlet.
5Beaurline, L.A. Johnson's Epigrams and the Poetics of Restraint.
6Bentley, Joseph G. Chaucer's Fatalistic Miller.
7Bergholz, Harry. Lebensgefühl und Daseinproblematick im erzählerischen Werk Heinrich Bölls.
8Bourgeois, Joseph E. Enrica Von Handel-Mazzetti's Literary Stature, Past and Present.
9Calhoun, Richard J. A Lyric of Self-Dramatization in Contemporary American Poetry.
10Carole, Adam. Some of the Main Characteristics of the Theater of Alfonso Paso.
11Cordle, Thomas. The Objectivation of Consciousness in Recent French Fiction.
12Davis, J. Cary. The Copla in Latin American Folklore.
13Dorson, R.M. Should There be a Ph.D. in Folklore?
14Engstrom, Alfred G. Food and Hunger as Recurrent Symbols for Love and Death in "Madame Bovary".
15Fleischonann, Wolfgang. Gulliver's travels, A Tale of a Tub, and Lucretius' De Rerum Natura.
15Fleischonann, Wolfgang. Symposium on Explication.
16Fogle, Stephen F. Leigh Hunt, Thomas Powell, an the Florentine Tales.
17Forrest, James F. Mercy With Her Mirror.
18Frautschi, Richard L. The "Enigme en prophetie" (Gargantua LVIII) and the Question of Authorship"
19Friederich, W.P. Some Foreign Aspects of Spanish Romanticism.
20Gate, Warren E. Montesquieu's Causes morales and Causes physiques.
21Gosser, Leo. The Kenning in Common Speech.
22Griffith, Ben Q. A Georgia Fronteir Songster: The Thomas Hurry Morgan Ms. Songbook.
23Hamilton, John W. Las relaciones Personales de Lope de Vega con el Nuevo Mundo.
24Hardison, O.B., Jr. Symbol and Myth: Some Observations.
25Harper, G.M. The Creator as Destroyer: Yeats's Artist as Hero.
26Hatch, Mary G. Mignon: Das Rätsel.
27Hunt, Kellogg W. Linguistic Signals to Connect Written Sentences.
28Kellogg, Robert L. Rhetoric in the New Trivium.
29Kimmey, John L. A Critical Analysis of the Freshman Essay Text.
30Kurland, Jordan E. The National Ideal in the Writings of K. N. Leont'ev.
31Lane, George. The Nominative Singular of Germanic n-Stems.
32Leavitt, Sturgis E. The New World as Seen in Four Plays of Lope de Vega.
33LeCroy, Anne. The Tragic Hero: Prometheus Bound and Samson Agonistes.
34Lott, Robert E. Functional Flexibility in Three of Buero Vallejo's Plays.
35McClain, William H. Karl Gutzkow's Unpublished Letters to Hermann Costenoble.
36Marshall, George O., Jr. "The Relation to Tenneyson's "Oh! That 'Twere Possible" to In Memoriam.
37Meriwether, James B. Faulkner and the New Criticism.
38Mihailovich, Vasa. Ivo Andric as a Short Story Writer.
39Moore, John A. Ambivalence of Will in La Celestina.
40Moorman, Charles. The Failure in Loyalty: Lot and Pellinore.
41Palmer, Rupert E., Jr. Browning and Biography.
42Phelps, Leland. The Theater of Freidrich Durrenmatt.
43Raven, F.A. The Zips: a Blasted Speech Enclave.
44Scholes, Robert. Joyce and the Epiphany: The Key to the Labyrinth?
45Snipes, Wilson. Composition: A Complex of Relationships.
46Stephenson, Edward A. On the Interpretation of Occasional Spellings.
47Strauss, Ernest. From Blackboard to Pica Stick.
48Tumblin, John A. A Sociologia na Literatura Brasileira.
49Walker, Hallam. Strength and Style in Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme.
50Waugh, Butler. The Significance of Vladimir Propp's Morphology of the Folktale.
51Weisert, John J. Second Thoughts on Atlantis.
52West, Robert H. Historical Scholarship as a Resource of Modern Critical Judgement.
53Wicks, C. Beaumont. Sidelights on the French Theater, 1851-1875.



1963

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51Abernethy, Cecil. Addison and Swift in the Journal to Stella.
2Alciatore, Jules C. Stendhal et les Heroines de Scot.
3Anderson, Eugene W. Review and Criticism of "A Study of the eeffectiveness of Language Laboratories" by Keating, Raymond F.
4Bailey, J. O. What Happens in "The Fall of the House of Usher"?
5Bar-Lewaw, Isaac. El Ladino Y El Castellano.
6Bell, Vereen. Mrs. General as Victorian England: Dickens's Image of His Times.
7Begelow, Gordan E. Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings' Wilderness.
8Bornhauser, Fred. The Surfaces of Prose.
9Brufee, Kenneth A. The Lesser Nightmare: Marlow's Lie in Heart of Darkness.
10Bryant, J.A., Jr. Jonson's Silent Woman: the Life Behind the Design.
11Budd, Louis J. Mark's Gospel on Joseph.
12Burgess, C.O. Themes, Theories, and Therapy: The Relevance of Kitzhaber's Recommendations to the Program at Old Dominion College
13Dunstan, Florence J. Ruy Barbosa - Man of Letters.
14Elliott, John R., Jr. The Two Tellers of The Merchant's Tale.
15Figg, Robert M., III. Naturalism as a Literary Form.
16Fox, E. Inman. Romanticism and the Generation of 1896.
17Gaskin, James R. Originality in a Traditional Form: An Approach to Old English Verse.
18Gilbert, Glenn G. Case Systems in Texas German.
19Griffin, WIlliam J. Progress Report: A Survey of U.S. and Canadian Folklore Serials.
20Hardre, Jaques. Albert Camus Dans La Resistance Francaise.
21Harper, Jerome P. A Comedia Wrongly Attributed to Tirso De Molina: No Es Amor Como Se Pinta.
22Hart, James A. Entrance Examinations in English at English Universities.
23Hartwig, Joan. The Principle of Meaure in "To His Coy Mistress".
24Hatch, Mary G. A consideration of the Works of Samuel Richardson and Christian Furchtegott Gellert as Representative of a Middle Class Protestant Ethic.
25Holman, C. Hugh. Of Everything the Unexplained and Irresponsible Speciman: Notes on How to Read American Realism.
26Holmes, Urban T. Erasmus in Portugal in the 16th Century.
27Irwin, Edward E. The Lamia Motif in the Classical Tradition.
28Jenkins, David C. Wordsworth and Rilke: The Child and "Unknown Modes of Being"
29Kirkland, Edwin C. A Report on a Bibliography of the Folklore of India.
30Lyons, Clifford P. Robert Frost and the Darkling World (Robert Frost and the Darkling Critics).
31McCullen, J.T., Jr. Literary Corruptions of an Ancient Myth.
32McCulley, Cecil M. The American Short Story: Problems in the Maturing Definition of a Literary Type.
33Martin, June Hall. The Divisions of the Chanson de Roland.
34Mendell, Charles S. The Minimum Essentials Test at Rollins.
35Moore, Jack B. Ahab and Bartleby: Energy and Indolence.
36Morris, Henry. John Donne's Terrifying Pun.
37Mullen, William B. Needed: Dictionary Study in Freshman English Courses.
38Otis, Richard B. Poe and Valery.
39Oustinoff, Pierre C. Articularly Classification of Russian Sounds.
40Penninger, Frieda E. The Unity of Medieval Corupus Christi Cycles.
41Ramirez, Manuel D. Light and Darkness in the Prose Fiction of Valle-Inclan.
42Redman, Harry, Jr. The Contemporary Reputation of Marivaux.
43Reedy, Daniel R. Signs and Symbols of Doctors in the Diente del Parnaso.
44Richmond, Garland C. The Letter in German Comedy: Its Use as a Dramatic Device from Gottsched to Lessing.
45Robertson, D.W. Chaucer and Iconography.
46Rovit, Earl. James and Emerson: The Lesson of the Master.
47Smith, Albert B. The Fatal Man in French Romanticism: Some Explanations.
48Smith, Jack. Some Notes on the Dialect of Key West.
49Smith, Maxwell A. A Visit with Francois Mauriac.
50Spahr, Blake L. Protean Stability in the Baroque Novel.
51Stapf, Paul. Liebe und Versöhnung im Geschichtsdenken Hölderlins.
52Strauss, Walter A. Mallarme's Orphism: A Preliminary View.
53Sullivan, Walter. The Decline of Regionalism in Southern Fiction.
54Sutherland, Raymond C. Mediterranean Iconography, Biblical and Classical, in Old English Literature.
55Tetel, Marcel. Rabelais, Un Precurseur du Style Baroque.
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61Thomas, Earl W. A Arte de Sassi em São Miguel.
2Thornton, Weldon. Acceptance in Spite of Uncertainty: The World-View of A Farewell to Arms.
3Toro-Garland, Fernando. La Celestina, Como Bruja y Hechicera.
5Wellington, James E. Conflicting Concepts of Man in Dryden's Absalom and Achitophel.
6Winecoff, Janet. Gonzalo Torrente Ballester as a Creative Writer.
7Zeldin, Jesse. Dostoevsky's Religiosity from Devushkin & Golyadkin to Fyodor Karamazov.



1964

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68Adams, N.B. The Don Juan Tenorio of 1877.
9Adler, Jacob H. Where Synge is Sophoclean.
10Andrews, Norwood, Jr. Bernardo Guimaraes and the Brazilian Novel of Transition.
11Angeles, Jose. El Mar en la Poesia de Antonio Machado.
12Arndt, Walter W. The Double Vision: Eugene Onegin and Nabokov's Theory of Verse Translation.
13Baer, Joachim T. Leszeck Kołakowski and Polish Literary Criticism.
14Bender, Todd K. The Case of the Pertinent Platan in Donne, Horace, and Theocritus.
15Blackstock, Walter. The Fall and Rise of Eugene Witla: Dreiser's Dramatic Vision of Artistic Integrity in the Genius.
16Bowdre, Paul H. Eye Dialect as a Literary Device in the works of Sidney Lanier.
17Bree, Germaine. Gaston Bachelard.
18Broderick, John C. Manuscript Research at the Library of Congress.
19Bryant, J.A., Jr. Beyond Ripeness: King Lear and the Stray Bullet.
20Burgess, C.O. Bale's King Johan as Propoganda.
21Butler, Francelia. An Analysis of Milton's References to Odors in Paradise Lost.
21Butler, Francelia. Advanced Expository Writing (On Reactionary Principles).
21Butler, Francelia. Making Freshman Composition Interesting.
22Cobb, Carl W. Federico Garcia Lorca and the Theme of the Romancero Gitano.
23Daniel, Elizabeth R. The Literary Friendship Between William Cullen Bryant and Guillermo Prieto.
24Davis, James H., Jr. Pierre Corneille and the Piece Retouchee of the Eighteenth Century.
25Delano, Lucile K. Some Appearances of the Jacob-Rachel Story in the Siglo de Oro Theater.
26del Valle, Rafael R. Juan Diaz Covarrubias: Su vida y su obra.
27Detweiler, Robert. Speculations About Jakob: The Truth of Ambiguity.
28Dick, Ernst S. Tod und Wiedergeburt in Der Deutschen Novelle. (Schiller: Der Verbrecher aus verlorener Ehre; A.v. Droste-Hülshoff: die Judenbuche.)
29Emory, Clark. Melpomene in Modern Dress.
30Foltin, Lore B. Die neue Naturlyrik.
31Ford, Thomas W. Emily Dickinson and the Civil War.
32Garrett, George. Creative Writing in Freshman English.
33Gowa, Ferdinand. New German Criticism: Max Bense.
34Hatch, Mary G. Lessing's Development of the Concepts of Intuition and Reason in Religion.
35Holmes, Urban T. Montaigne and the Spas.
36Isaacs, Neil D. Water and Death: Structural Principles in Two Old English Lyrics.
37Kallos, Alexander. Ernst Waldinger: Defender of Literary Tradition.
38Krispyn, Egbert. Brecht's Baal and Expressionism.
39LeCroy, Anne. J.D. Salinger - Again.
40Linker, Robert W. Ambroise Pare, Royal Surgeon.
41Lisca, Peter. The Way of Death in Across the River and Into the Trees.
42McCullen, J.T., Jr. The Potato in Literature.
43Medish, Vadim. New Trends of Literary Criticism in Post-Stalin Russia.
44Melder, Keith E. The Rhetoric of Radicalism, 1826-1836.
45Meriwether, James B. Is There a Yoknapatawpha Saga?
46Mihailovich, Vasa D. Zoshchenko's "Adventures of a Monkey" as an Allegory.
47Mondale, Clarence. New England Occasional Discourse, 1788-1860.
48Morrison, Robert R. The Saint According to Lope.
49Moser, Gerald M. Portuguese Parallels to Thomas More's "Utopia"
50Mullen, William B. Tecniques of Contextual Definition.
51Orange, Linwood E. Hamlet's Mad Soliloquy.
52Pond, Karl S. New Techniques and Cultural Objectives.
53Reedy, Daniel R. Gregorio de Matos: The Quevedo of Brazil.
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71Sanders, Norman. The Two Gentlemen of Verona: An Earnest of Success.
2Savage, Catherine H. A Problem of Aesthetics: Malraux and the Political Novel.
3Scheibe, Fred K. Walthew von der Vogelweide in the English-speaking World.
4Smith, Maxwell A. Progress Report on Twayne's French Author Series.
5Spivey, Ted R. Upgrading the Freshman English Program of an Urban College.
6Stapf, Paul. Eine Schillerparodie in Goethes Faust.
7Steel, Chloe. Elements Balzaciens Dans La Structure D'A La Recherche du Temps Perdu.
8Stevenson, John W. Arcadia Re-Settled: The Shepherd As Poet.
9Stewart, J.T. Intuition and the Search for Truth.
10Stoakes, Paul. The Vexed Problem of English Usage.
11Strauss, Albrecht B. Harmless Drudgery: On Editing the Text of Johnson's Rambler.
12Swain, James O. Reference to Aviation in the Creative Works of Juan Marin (1900-1963).
13Taylor, William E. Symbolic Tragedy in Tennessee Williams.
14Thurman, William R. Journey Into Night: Elements of Tragedy in Eugene O'Neill.
15Toro-Garland, Fernando. La Ultima Derrota de Bradomin.
16Trowbridge, Clinton W. Arthur Miller: Between Pathos and Tragedy.
17Tucker, Clay. A Report on Jazz and its Language in American Literature.
18Warfel, Harry R. The Six Language Systems of Literary Art.
19Watts, George. Les Affaires de l'Angleterre et de l'Amerique and John Adams.
20Williams, Donald E. Post-Bellum Intellectuals and the Oral Mode.
21Williams, Porter, Jr. The Matter of Conscience in Conrad's The Secret Sharer.
22Willson, A. Leslie. Oskar Matzerath: A Grotesque Everyman.
23Zeldin, Jesse. Levels of Reality in Gogol.



1965

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81Adams, Percy G. Harmony of Numbers: Dryden's Alliteration, Consonance, Assonance.
2Bain, Robert A. Some Myths and Old Verities about Freshman Composition.
3Battestin, Martin C. Tom Jones and 'His Egyptian Majesty': Fielding's Parable of Government.
4Binger, Norman H. The Audio-Lingual Approach to Linguistic Illiteracy.
5Boyd, U.D. Dürrenmatt und die Physiker.
6Carter, A.E. Two Fallacies in the Idea of Decadence.
7Cope, J.I. Joyce's Kabbalah.
8Dick, Ernest S. Dürrenmatts der Besuch der Alten Dame: Welttheater und Ritualspiel.
9Durham, Frank. The Rise of Du Bose Heyward and the Rise and Fall of the Poetry Society of South Carolina.
10Elliott, Phillip L. Unity and Imagery in the Idylls of the King.
11Ellis, James. Jack London and the Naturalistic Hero.
12Fernandez, Oscar. The NYU Center for Portuguese Language and Brasilian Area Studies.
13Fiore, Robert. Natural Law in the Central Idealogical Theme of Fuenteovejuna.
14Flasher, John J. Religion and Ethics in the Works of Agustin Yanez.
15Gates, Warren E. The Doctrine of Alimentation in Proust and Tolstoy.
16Genz, Henry M. Montaigne's Version of the First Vow: Poverty of the Mind.
17Hardison, O.B., Jr. The Early Texts of Quem Quaeritis.
18Herbert, T. Walter. Dramatic Personae in Shakespeare's Sonnets.
19Hodges, James R. Comprehensive English: The Florida Plan.
20Jacobs, Robert D. The Ethics of an Aesthete: Strether's "Moral" Choice.
21Jones, Joseph. Medieval Spanish Legends of Abraham's youth and the Theme of the Self-taught Philosopher.
22Kay, Wallace G. The Cortege of Dionysus: Lawrence and Giono.
23Keating, L. Clarke. Maurois as a Writer of Fiction.
24Leavitt, Sturgis. Some Fields for Further Research in Golden Age Drama.
25Leyburn, Ellen D. Henry James's Satiric Definition of Evil: Fools Who Cause Tragedy.
26Linker, Robert W. The Satire of Jehan de Meung.
27Lyon, Richard C. Santayana and Justice Holmes.
28McClain, William H. Otto Ludwig and the Problem of Spannung in Fiction.
29Martins, Helcio. Sobre o Pagador de Promessas.
30Matthews, James W. Howells' "Realism": The Middle Way in American Fiction.
31Moffatt, L.G. Origin and Development of the Personal Infinitive in Portuguese.
32Osborne, John C. The Structural Principle of Eichendorff's Taugenichts.
33Patty, James S. The Narrative Art of Chateaubriand's Rene.
34Perez, Marta L. Jose Marti, el precursor.
35Pizer, Donald. Nineteenth-Century American Naturalism: An Essay in Definition.
36Preston, Thomas R. Ulysses in the Hebrides: The Moral Structure of Johnson's Journey tot he Western Islands.
37Ramirez, Manuel D. Some Notes on the Prose Style of Eduardo Barrios.
38Ramsey, Paul. Absolutism and Literary Judgement.
39Rubin, Louis D., Jr. The Mencken Manner.
40Salinger, Herman. Heinrich von Kleist's Penthesilea: Amazon or Bluestocking.
41Scheibe, Fred K. The Origins of Walther von der Vogelweide's Minnesong.
42Sewell, Helen H. November Eve Beliefs and Customs in Irish Life and Literature.
43Sparks, Amy. Honor in Hartzenbusch's Refundicion of Calderon's El Medico de su Honra.
44Stapf, Paul M. Der Roman Des Barock. Beschreibung einer Form.
45Stephenson, Edward A. The Beginnings of the Loss of Postvocalic /r/ in North Carolina.
46Strong, Leah A. Folk Art on New England Tombstones.
47Trachtenberg, Alan. Towards the City: From Gentility to Naturalism.
48Waldo, Tommy R. Music and Musical Terms in Richard Edwards' Damon and Pithias.
49Warfel, Harry R. Mystic Vision in "the Marshes of Glynn".
50Waterman, Arthur E. The Many Masks of Robert Frost.
51Waugh, Butler. Robert Burns' Satires and the Folk Tradition.
52White, William. The Fear Factor in Composition.
53Wiley, W.L. Some Aspects of the Baroque in Seventeenth-Century French Poetry.
54Wright, Charles D. Melancholy Duffy and the Sanguine Sinico: Humors in "A Painful Case".
55York, Ernest. Problems of Law in the Prose Lancelot.



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91Abraham, Claude. Mariane: L'etrangere.
2Algeo, John. The Vogue Uses of Non.
3Bates, Scott. The Lost Novel of Guillaume Apollinaire.
4Binger, Norman. Unbekannte Tiere in the Nibelungenlied.
5Broz, James J. Trends and Implications of Current Research in Dialectology.
6Burelbach, Frederick M., Jr. War and Peace in The Shoemakers' Holiday.
7Caulkins, Janet H. Le Realisme Psychologique Chez l'Auteur de La Mort Le Roi Artu.
8Chai, Nemia M. Descriptive Linguistics and The Teaching of English Composition.
8Chai, Nemia M. Descriptive Linguistics and The Teaching of English Composition. (another copy)
9Cobb, Carl W. Federico Garcia Lorca and Juan Roman Jimenez: The Question of Influences.
10Delano, Lucile K. The Novels of Rosario Castellanos.
11Durant, Jack D. Systematic Use of the Overhead Projector in Freshman Composition.
12Elwood, William A. Sidney's "Brazen" and "Golden".
13Estarellas, Juan. Psycholinguistics and Foreign Language Teaching: The Search for Pedagogical Grammars.
14Ferrer, Olga P. Sholokov's Description of Battle Scenes in They Fought for Their Country.
15Fox, Stephen D. The Concept of Fate in the novels of Roger Martin du Gard and Thomas Hardy.
16Frautschi, R.L. Diderot's Contribution to the Encyclopedie: The Present Status.
17Freeman, Charles T. What Do You Say to a Kid Who Can't Write?
18Gasinski, Tadeusz S. Socialist Existentialism in Polish Poetry of the Sixties.
19Goldsmith, Robert H. Donne's Divine Paradoxes.
20Hassell, J.W. Bonaventure des Periers Abroad.
21Hubert, Renee R. Andre Breton and Achim Von Arnim: Affinities Between Surrealism and German Romanticism.
22Jabbour, Alan A. Collecting Fiddle Tunes in the South.
23Kallos, Alexander. The Theatre of Dürrenmatt and Frisch as a Moral Institution.
24Katon, Ruth. A Consultant's View of Teacher Preparation.
25Kennedy, Phillip H. The First French Opera: A Literary Analysis.
26Kodjak, Andrej. Mathematical Methods of Literary Criticism.
27Ladu, Tora T. A Critique of the teacher Education Program.
28Lane, George S. Icelandic beyki 'beech-tree'.
29McClain, William H. The Gerstacker Letters in the Kurrelmeyer Collection.
30Mason, Julian D. Charles W. Chesnutt as Southern Writer.
31Mihailovich, Vasa D. The Eerie World of Miodrag Bulatovic.
32Montgomery, Marion. The Poet in Residence in Spite of Himself.
33Moorman, Charles. Meanwhile Back at the Mere: The Essential Paganism of Beowulf.
34Mourino, Olga. Estudio de Alejandro Gomez y La Tia Tula (de Miguel de Unamuno).
35Nist, John. Poetic Justic in The Miller's Tale.
36O'Flaherty, James. From Versus Content in the Drama.
37Owen, Guy. The Teacher, the Poet, and the Little Magazine.
38Parks, Edd W. James Branch Cabell: A Re-evaluation.
39Pribic, N.R. Ivo Andric and His Historical Novel "The Bridge on the Drina".
40Prince, J. Roy. The Teacher Education Program from the Point of View of a College Teacher.
41Pugh, Griffith T. George Washington Cable: A Re-Evaluation.
42Ralston, William. An Earthen Vessel.
43Ramsey, Paul. In Persuit of Style.
44Reaver, J. Russell. Some Problems in the Comparative Study of Tall Tales.
45Singer, Armand E. The Novelilstic Technique of Marc Saporta.
46Stambaugh, Ria. The "Volksmund", Its Reconstruction Through litereature and Folklore in Past Centuries and Now.
47Stapf, Paul M. Jean Paul Und Goethe.
48Stern, Guy. Robert Musil und der Neue Merkur; Ein Bericht Über eine Weitere Quelle der Musil-Forschung.
49Sutton, Howard. A Nineteenth-Century Muse: Nina de Villard.
50Utley, F.L. Anglicanism and Anthropology: C.S. Lewis and John Speirs.
51Vance, Charles M. Our Foreign Language Teacher-Training Program: An Appraisal.
52Walker, Andrew J. In the Beginning.
53Wallace, Albert. Merimee's Carmen: Brevity, Irony, Suggestion.
54Walser, Richard. Jemmy Citruss, Folk Humorist of Charlotte.
55Watkins, Floyd. Thomas Wolfe.
56Welsh, John. Washington Allston, Cosmopolite and Early Romantic.
57Whitaker, Paul K. Kafka's Der Bau: Fact, Fantasy, or Philosophy.



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101Algeo, John. Stratificational Grammar.
2Angiolillo, Paul F. Study Abroad Programs for American Students of Italian.
3Baer, Joachim T. The Philological Tradition in Russian Literature: Dal and Leskov.
4Bailey, J.O The Ghosts of "Wessex Heights".
5Barrick, Raymond. The Treatment of the "Schein-Stein" Motif in Grillparzer's Der Traum ein Leben and Schnitzler's Der grüne Kakadu.
6Bergeron, David M. Thomas Dekker's 1612 Lord Mayor's Show: Morality Drama.
7Boletta, William. The Easter Play Erlau III: An Interpretation.
8Borelli, Luigi. The Sitution of Today's Italian Poetry.
9Brooke, Francis J. The Political Conscience of Wolfdietrich Schnurre.
10Burrison, John A. Literary Influences on American Folk Balladry.
11Caskie, Maxwell. Syntactic Change in Early English: A New Approach.
12Darnell, Donald G. Cooper and Faulkner: Land, Legacy, and the Tragic Vision.
13Driskell, Leon V. Fielding's Imitation of the Manner of Cervantes: The Dramatic Function as Instruction.
14Duncan, Phillip A. Echoes of Zola's Experimental Novel in Russia. (3 copies)
15Foscue, Virginia. Language Study as a Part of Freshman English.
16Fry, Donald K. Variation and Economy in Beowulf.
17Gill, James E. Beast Over Man: Theriophilic Topics in Gulliver's Fourth Voyage.
18Gough, James. An Abstract Semiotic Model of the English Determiners A, The, This.
19Hardre, Jacques. Teaching of A Foreign Culture.
20Harper, George M. Fourfold Vision in Blake's Heavenly City.
21Hartwig, Joan. Elde Versus Will: A Dramatic Metaphor in Piers Plowman.
22Highsmith, James M. O'Neill's Idea of Theater.
23Hirsh, E.D., Jr. Keats' "Aestheticism".
24Holman, Harriet. A Walter Pater Touchstone for Miss Hale, Mrs. Patton, Miss Welty, and Some Others.
25Homan, Holger. Ansätze zu einer Systematisierung der Emblembücher.
26Hyde, Ralph W. A Review and Preview of Folklore in LIterature Studies Suitable for Publication in Regional Journals.
27Jones, George F. English Borrowings from Medieval German Fachsprache.
28Kreitz, von Helmut. Goethe und Pelagius.
29Krickel, Edward. Words and Poems.
30Lebano, Edoardo. Vittorio Alfieri E Gli Stati Uniti D'America.
31Lewald, H. Ernest. The Teaching of Culture: An Anthropological Approach and Its Classroom Application.
32McQueen, Bill. The Hateful Siege of Contraries: Satan's Soliloquies in Paradise Lost IV, IX.
33Madsen, Bill. Fair Eve.
34Marigold, W.G. The religious Poetry of Johann Philipp von Schönborn, Elector-Archbishop of Mainz.
35Milani, Virgil I. The Origins of the Spanish Braggart in Strozzi's Commedia Erudita.
36Mitchell, Bonner. The Formalization of Literary Life in Florence in the reign of Cosimo I.
37Moore, Jack B. Images of the Negro in Early American Short Fiction.
38Moreno, Nestor A. Literature and Political Science.
39Nist, John. The Ontology of Style.
40Petrovska-Giudici, Marija. Pirandello a Praga.
41Propst, H. Dean. The Orphic Purgatory of Flannery O'Connor.
42Reeves, Paschal. The Second Homeland of His Spirit: Germany in the Fiction of Thomas Wolfe.
43Rosborough, Melanie R. Untitled.
44Rust, Richard D. Americanisms in a Connecticut Yankee.
45Stambaugh, Ria. The Volksmund and Kleist.
46Stevenson, John W. A Design for Style.
47Strandberg, Victor. The Artist's Black Veil.
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111Tucker, Donald W. La Razon Vital De Ortega y Gasset.
2Walser, Richard. Antebellum Newspapers as Resource Material for Studying Folklore and Humor.
3Waugh, Butler. Two Structural Modes: Folklore and Written Literature?
4Wegener, Adolph. Absurde Dramatik Bei Günter Grass und Wolfgang Hildesheimer.
5Welker, Robert L. On Teaching the Short Story.
6Wheeler, Thomas. Milton's Epic Voices.
7Wimsatt, James I. The Monk's Reflection in chaucer's Mirror of the Church.
8York, Ernest C. Legal Punishment in the Works of Sir Thomas Malory.
9Zeldin, Jesse. The Purpose of Art: Gogol's Early Non-Fiction.



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1110Appleby, Jane. What's Wrong with My Bicycle?
11Battestin, Martin C. The Transforming Power: Nature and Art in Pope's Pastorals.
12Boltin, Thelma. Functions and Significance of a State or Regional Folk Festival.
13Boyd, Ursel D. Die romanform bei Heimito Von Doderer.
14Brennan, Malcolm M. Comedia babionis: A Play from the Twelfth Century.
15Broughton, Panthea R. Masculinity and Menfolk in The Hamlet.
16Bub, Douglas F. Faust 2948: So Ein Lieb Ding.
17Byers, John R., Jr. The Logic of Atonement in Hawthorne's "Roger Malvin's Burial".
18Cargo, Robert T. Mauriac, Gide, and "La Sequestree de Poitiers".
19Cismaru, Alfred. Simone de Beauvoir's American Encounter.
20Crispin, John. Nuevos Conceptos de la Novela en la Generacion de 1925: El Mito de la Deschumanizacion.
21David, George B. Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Educational Consultant to Ludwig-Eugen of Wurttemberg.
22Deakin, Motley F. Daisy Miller and Baedeker.
23Dobrowolski, Julian S. "El Sitio de Breda" de Calderon y "Diario del Principe Ladislao" de Polonia. Tema polaco visto a traves de documentos historicos.
24Duckworth, Alastair M. Mansfield Park and Estate Improvements: Jane Austen's Grounds of Being.
25Dwyer, R. A. Middle English Dialect Translation.
26Elwood, W.A. "DA, Defense, or Judge?"
27Epstein, Morris. A New Analogue of Chaucer's Manciple's Tale in the Vatican MS of the Hebrew Version of the Seven Stages.
28Evans, William W. Thee and Thou in Northern England: What the Survey of English Dialects Reveals.
29Faircloth, Tann H. Down with the Term Paper.
30Finneran, Richard J. Friendship and Mutual Contempt: Antithetical Characters in W.B. Yeats's John Sherman (1891).
31Forster, Merlin H. The Changing View of Portugal in the Novels of Eça de Queiroz.
32Gathercole, Patricia M. Illustrated Editions of Boccaccio's Works.
33Goff, Penrith. Moral Sexlessness in Hofmannsthal's Der Schwierige.
34Gonzalez-Rodas, Pablo. El Caos de una Dictadura Visto por Miguel Angel Asturias.
35Gordan, Fortuna. "Ortega y Gasset y Temas Literarios de Mexico Actual"
36Gunter, Richard. Dialect and Diction in the Novel.
37Harde, Jacques. Peguy et les Classiques.
38Hartley, Lodwick. The Dying Soldier and the Love-lorn Virgin: Sterne's Early Reception in America.
39Hershberg, David. Some Spanish Manifestations of 'The Quarrel of the Ancients and the Moderns."
40Hollis, C. Carroll. Brownson on Cooper's American Democrat.
41Hudson, Arthur P. Faulkner Now Belongs to Folklore.
42Jenkins, Annibel. Passion and Penitence: Love and Innocence in Dante, Rowe, and Goethe.
43Jones, Joseph R. Bishop Guevara vs. Trick-or-Treating, and other "Pagan Rites"
44Keating, L. Clarke. Truth in Advertising: Promise and Performance in Du Bellay's Deffence et Illustration de la Langue Francoyse.
45Kellogg, Robert. The Limitations of Objective Characterization in the Icelandic Family Saga.
46Kelly, Richard. Mrs. Caudle's Curtain Lecture.
47Lancaster, Charles M. Dante, baker and Thaumaturge of Consummate Languages.
48Lane, G.S. The Present State of the Handritamal.
49Ludington, Charles T., Jr. Protest and Anti-Protest: Ralph Ellison.
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1220Rener, Frederick M. Spee's Arcadia Revisited.
21Saenz, Gerardo. En Torno a la Poesia de Luis G. Urbina.
23Standley, Fred L. James Baldwin: The Artist as Incorrigible Disturber of the Peace.
24Stern, Guy. Exile Literature: A Sub-division or Misnomer?
25Stinson, Robert R. Gil Vicente, Erasmus, and A Legend.
26Sturm, Sara. Credibility in the Divina Comedia: Paradise I.
27Sutton, Genevieve. Racine et la Critique Francaise Contemporaine.
28Taylor, Louise T. The Prearticle Reconsidered.
29Tetel, Marcel. Giulio Cesare Croce: Cantastorie or Literary Artist.
30Toole III, William B. Chaucer's Christian Irony: The Relationship of Character and Action in "The Pardoner's Tale".
31Tucker Jr., Harry. Friedrich Hebbel and Adalbert Stifter's Der Nachsommer.
32Turner, Darwin T. Wright's The Outsider: The Revision of an Idea.
33Van, Thomas. Imprisoning and Ensnarement in Troilus and Criseyde and the Knight's tale.
34Waal, Carla. The Plays of Knut Hamsun.
35Wade, Phil. On the Occasion of the 150th Birthday of Frankenstein's Monster: Some Thoughts on His Prentage.
36Waterman, Arthur E. Conrad Aiken as Critic: The Consistent View.
37Weiser, Ernest L. The Inner Form of Schiller's Die Braut von Messina.
38Whisnant, David E. The Sacred and the Profane in Walden.
39Yost, George. A Dramatic Theme Developed to Its Culmination in the Celtic Revival, 1614-1759.



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1240Aden, John M. Nisi Artifex: Dryden and the Poet as Critic.
41Barrick, Raymond E. The Mystique of Agnes Bernauer.
42Blackwell, Louise. Tennessee Williams and the Predicament of Women.
43Bonneville, D.A. Candide as Symbolic Experience.
44Brown, Jack A. Concepts, Kernels, and Composition.
45Budd, Louis J. Baxter's hog: The Right Mascot for an Editor (with CEAA Standards) of Mark Twain's Political and Social Writings.
46Calhoun, Richard J. James Dickey: The Expansive Imagination.
47Caskie, Polly G. In Defense of Adding a Dialect.
48Cismaru, Alfred. The Early Plays of Marguerite Duras.
49Civera, Marco B. Present Structural and Sociolinguistic Trends in Italian Usage.
50Colvert, James. Georgia Review: The Function of the Academic Critical Wuarterly.
51Core, George. The Wings of the Dove and the Solid Specification of Reality.
52Cox, James M. The Scarlet Letter: Through the Old Manse and the Custom House.
53Cox, Ralph M. The Rev. John Bowle and His Edition of Don Quixote.
54Creed, Howard. The Three C's in an Experimental Program.
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131Crouch, William J. The Publication of Folklore in the South.
2Daemmrich, Horst S. E.T.A. Hoffman's Tragic Heroes.
3Der-Houssikian, Haig. The Semantic Context of Class in Bantu and its Syntactic Significance.
4Durham, Frank M. Tennessee Williams, Theatre Poet in Prose as seen in The Glass Menagerie.
5Evans, John M. Seasonal Structures in The Golden Ass and Candide.
6Foresteiri, Ralph. Through the Lens of a Camera: Bevilacqua's L'Occhio del Gatto.
7Foster, Charles W. Some Remarks on the Logic of Grapheme Manipulation in Dialect Writing.
8Gower, Herschel. Wanted: The Singer's Biogrpahy and his own Explication de Texte.
9Grant, Richard B. Illusion and Reality in the Goncourts' Novels.
10Gunter, Richard. Analogy, Paradigms, and the Ontology of Linguistic Forms.
11Hamilton, Gary D. The Presentation of God in Paradise Lost.
12Harper, George M. Yeats and Maud Gonne: The Paradox of Passionate Politics.
13Hartwig, Joan. Parodic Polonius.
14Henkin, Alan B. Joaquin Garcia Monge and his repertorio Americano: A Legacy of Andres Bello.
15Henry, Nathaniel H. Milton's Fourth Defense: The Readie and Easie Way.
16Holman, C. Hugh. The Southern Literary Journal.
17Huguelet, T.L. Keats's To Autumn as a Poem of Unalloyed Delight.
18Joyner, Nancy. Robert Penn Warren's "Ballad of a Sweet Dream of Peace" and His Nightmares.
19Kay, Wallace G. The Observer and the Voyeur: Thoeries of Fiction in James and Robbe-Grillet.
20Leary, Lewis. T.S. Eliot: The Poet as Critic.
21Levy, H.M., Jr. Emma Bovary and Tess of the D'Urberville's The Influence of Perspective on Tragedy.
22McGrady, Donald. The Social Background of the Squire in Lazarillo de Tormes. (or The Social Irony in Lazarillo de Tormes and its Implications for Authorship.
23McMahon, James V. Enite's Relatives: The Girl in the Garden, The Relationship Between Enite and Mabonagrin's Amie in the Erec of Hartmann von Aue and Chrestien de Troyes.
24Maurino, Ferdinando. Machiavelli as a Poet.
25Moravcevich, Nicholas. Chekhov and Naturalism: From Affinity to Divergence.
26Morton, Richard K. Some New Approaches and Techniques in Teaching Freshman English.
27Nist, John. Little Red Riding Hood in Search of Professional Authors: Style as the Catalytic Subject of Student Compositions.
28Peckham, Morse. The Poet of Critic: Coleridge.
29Pupo-Walker, C. Enrique. Notas Sobre la Fusion de Personajes y Ambiente en "Pedro Paramo".
30Reedy, Daniel R. Cien Años de Soledad: A Parody of Colombian Reality.
31Sanders, Thomas E. Some New Remedies for Old Headaches in Advanced Composition.
32Scaglione, Aldo. Mannerism and Baroque in Italian Literature: A Statement of the Problem.
33Schindler, Marvin S. Gryphius' Religious Poetry: The Biblical Word as the Poetic Word.
34Schotta, Sarita G. New Perspectives on Poetic Formula.
35Sevin, Dieter. Dürrenmatts Der Besuch Der Alten Dame Und Das Thema Des Gefallenen Mädchens in Der Deutschen Literatur.
36Schores, David L. The Peterborough Chronicle: Continuity and Change in the English Langauge.
37Shorter, Robert N. Composition and Literature: A Possible Synthesis.
38Spurgeon, Patrick O. The Persona of tacitus in The Ragguagli di Parnaso of Triano Boccalini.
39Stelzmann, Rainulf A. Eine Ironisierung Nietzsches in Thomas Manns Der Tod in Venedig.
40Tate, Robert S., Jr. Manon Lescaut and the Enlightenment.
41Tax, Petrus W. Gawan und Parzival, Drei Damen, Aber ein Gott.
42Tetel, Marcel. Une Reevaluation de la Dixieme Nouvelle de L'Heptameron.
43Thompson, Lawrence S. Some Unusual Methods of Conception and Parturition in Folk Belief.
44Toole III, William B. Wit and Symbol: The Prior's Niece and the Structure of "Fra Lippo Lippi".
45Trower, Katherine. Temporal Tensions in Piers Plowman.
46Turner, Arlin. Notes on the Journal American Literature.
47Upchurch, Norma. Sartre's Adaptation of Kean: The Role of the Actor in Society.
48Wade, Phil. Practical Composition for Pragmatic Students.
49Wadsworth, Phillip A. Montaigne's Relation to his Readers.
50Weatherby, H.L. Truth by Exile: Newman and the Victorians.
51Wegener, Adolph. Politische Kontrontation in Der Deutschen Lyrik Seit 1955.
52Williams, Thomas A. The Pattern of Myth in Mallarme's Un Coup de Des. (or The Cosmic Metaphor: Un Coup de Des).
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141Winton, Calhoun. Some Further Thoughts on the Intermediate Degree.
2Wolper, Roy S. To King of Brodingnag and the Too "Narrow Bounds" of Common Sense.
3Wright, Nathalia. Melville and "Old Burton".
4Zug, Charles G. III. Making the Minstrelsy: Sir Walter Cott as a Ballad Editor.



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145Artinian, Robert W. Sartre's Nineteenth Century: A Critique of His Criticisms.
6Avalle-Arce, Juan-Bautista. El Poema de Fernan Gonzalez: Clerecia y Juglaria.
7Bennett, J.R. Recent Studies of Style 1969-1970.
8Bergeron, David M. The Structure of Healing in All's Well That Ends Well.
9Borelli, M. Dino Buzzati's "Eurydice", A Comic-Strip Interpretation.
10Broderick, John C. The Working Habits of Some Contemporary Novelists: The Manuscript Evidence.
11Breyer, B.R. Wordsworth's Pleasure: An Approach to his Poetic Theory.
12Butturff, Douglas R. The Meaning of Monsters in Anglo-Saxon England.
13Chai, Nemia M. String Analysis of Certain Elementary Sentences in Aklan (A Philippine Language).
14Chatham, James R. The Indirect Interrogative in Old Spanish.
15Cismaru, Alfred. Marivaux and Moliere.
16Crispin, John. Gonzalo Torrente Ballester, Novelista.
17Cypess, Sandra M. The Figure of the revenant in the Novels of Jorge Amado.
18Darnell, Donald G. American Adam and Old Adam: The Limitations of Innocense in The Deerslayer.
19DeVere, Louise. Black English: Problematic but Systematic.
20Durham, Frank. Jean Toomer's Vision of the Southern Negro.
21Elmore, A.E. Symmetry Out of Season: The Form of Walden.
22Firda, Richard A. Expressionist Morality in the Work of Frank Wedekind.
23Fleck, Jere. A 'Truncated Topos' in Keller'ss Kleider machen Leute.
24Foster, Ruel E. Tom Wolfe's Mountain Gloom and Glory.
25Harper, George M. Not Reformation but Revelation: Yeats's Discovery of Neitzche.
26Hatzfield, Helmut. Moderate and Exaggerated Baroque Style in the Golden Age.
27Highfill, P.H. Untitled paper regarding the Folger Shakespeare Library.
28Hoffmeister, Gerhart. The Reemergence of Coutly Writing in the Early German Baroque: As Illustrated by Kufstein's Translation of the Spanish Diana.
29Ibarra, Fernando. Clarin y Azorin: Discrepancia y Acuerdo.
30Illiano, Antonio. Tradizione e Novita Nell'Ispirazione Cosmogoncia di Calvino.
31Jimenez, Jose O. La Poesia Espanola de los Ultimos Anos (1960-1970).
32Johnston, Otto W. Schiller, Diderot and the Dalberg Manuscript.
33Kay, Wallace G. Blake, Baudelaire, Beckett: The Romantitcs of Nihilism.
34Kodjak, Andre. The Confrontation Between Pushkin and Bulgarin.
35Krispyn, Egbert. Sorges Jungling Als Expressionistischer Prototyp.
36Lewald, H. Ernest. Life and Death Archetypes in Fry's A Phoenix Too Requent and Garcia Lorca's House of Bernarda Alba.
37Ludington, C.T. Introduction: Four Authors View the South.
38Lyday, Leon F. Structure and Theme in Dias Gomes' O Berco do Heroi.
39Mason, Julian. Owen Wister and the South.
40Maurino, F.D. Giraldi and Calderon: Il Moro as a Background of El Medico.
41Mews, Siegfried. Der General als regisseur. Petrachtungen zu C.F. Myers der Schuß von der Kanzel.
42Michalski, Andre. La Balad del guije de Nicolas Guillen y Unos Paralelismas Lorquianos.
43Milic, Louis T. Informaiton Theory and the Style of Tristram Shandy.
44O'Cain, Raymond. Problems in Urban Dialect Study.
45Pederson, Lee. Structural Imperatives in Dialect Study.
46Pichois, Claude. Une Problematique Litteraire de la Guerre D'Espagne.
47Probes, Christine. St. Augustine, A Font of Poetic Inspiration for the Theoremes of La Ceppede.
48Quesada, Luis Manuel. Rasgos Tecnicos en la Novela Martiana.
49Reaver, J. Russell. Fatalism in Sicilian Folktales.
50Reid, Alfred S. The Southern Exposure of Karl Shapiro.
51Rener, Frederick M. Spee's Ars Poetica.
52Robinson, Gertrude J. Has Yugoslav Socialism Created "Engineers of the Soul" Among Writers?
53Rubin, David L. An intimation of Cancelled Skies Myth and Image in Malherbe's Second Completed Ode.
54Salgado, Maria. Dos Caricaturas Juanramonianas de Antonio Machado.
55Saltz, Robert D. History and Apocalypose in the Poetry of Christopher Smart.
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151Saman, Paul A. and Slechta, Joseph. Nasreddin Hodja.
2Schindler, Marvin S. Structure and Allegory in Der Wilde Alexander's.
3Scorsone, Maria. La "Memoria Grigia" di Montale e il "Sueno" di Machado.
4Simons, John D. Dostoevsky and Brave New World.
5Simpson, Lewis P. The Telescope and the Transparent Eyeball: Alienation in Emerson's Early Thought.
6Spivey, Ted. Conrad Aiken's Ushant: Record of a Contemporary Poet's Quest for Self-Knowledge.
7Stanley, Julia P. A Deep Structure Solution to the Critical Problem of Form and Content.
8Stern, Guy. The Rise and Fall of Expressionism from the Perspective of One Magazine.
9Stern, Jerome H. Gone with the Wind: The South as America.
10Stevenson, John W. Wordsworth's Spotted Time.
11Stone, Albert E. Two Versions of American Innocense: Melville's Benito Cerano and Robert Lowell's.
12Strong, Leah E. American Studies and the Undergraduate Course in American Folklore.
13Sturm, Sara. Notes on Lorenzo de Medici.
14Sullivan, Walter. Irony and Disorder: Conrad's The Secret Agent.
15Taylor, Ransom T. Franzosische Stilelmente in Der Deutschen Lyrik Seit 1945.
16Thompson, Lawrence S. German Travellers in the South from the Colonial Period through 1865.
17Thurman, William R. Carlyle, Browning, and Ruskin on One Purpose of Art.
18Tukey-Harrison, Ann. The Longer Verse of Charles d'Orleans.
19Via, John A. Milton's The Passion: A Successful Failure.
20Walls, F. Sidney. Quelques Pensees sur Stendhal.
21Zimmerman, Rachel. Octavio Paz's Poetry: Modes in Harmony.



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1522Adams, Percy G. The Epic Tradition of the Novel.
23Andrade, Marcel C. El Religioso Disoluto del Renacimiento Visto por Gil Vicente.
24Arnold, A. James. Camus' Dionysian Hero: Caligula in 1938
25Benouis, Mustapha K. L'Art du Dialogue dans le Cymbalum Mundi.
26Bergholz, Harry. Strindberg's Anti-Ibsenism.
27Best, Otto F. Brecht und Döblin: Überlegungen zur Frage einer "unehelichen Vaterschaft"
28Brady, Patrick. Other-Portrayal and Self-Betrayal in Manon Lescaut and la vie de Marianne: An Immanent Approach to Characterization in First-Person Narrative.
29Bucsela, John. Some Reflections on Lomonsov's Life and Character.
30Bufkin, Ernest C. Conrad, Grand Opera, and Nostromo.
31Carroll, D. Allen. The Road to Darien: Criticism as Play.
32Caserta, Ernesto G. Socialismo e Cristianesimo Nel Romanzo del Silone.
33Cherchi, Paolo. Gli Encomi Paradossali nel Manierismo.
34Cismary, Alfred. Ten Years Ago at Marienbad.
35Clark, Fred M. Galician Literature and Salvador Garcia Bodaño.
36Claudel, Alice M. Mystic Symbols in Poe's "The City in the Sea".
37Cobb, Carl W. Antonio Machado and Russia.
38Core, George. Ford and Irresistible Determinant: Parade's End.
39Cormier, Raymond J. The Function of Anachronism in the Romances of Antiquity.
40Current-Garcia, Eugene. Irving Sets the Pattern: Notes on Professionalism and the Art of the Short Story.
41Daniel, George B. Resistance and Compromise: Illusion and Reality in the Francion.
42DeSua, William J. Futurism and Surrealism.
43Diaz, Janet. Evolucion Socio-Filosofica de Miguel Delibes.
44Duke, Elizabeth. John Urry: An Eighteenth Century Metrical Theorist.
45Durant, Jack D. The Moral Focus of The School for Scandal.
46Evans, William. French-English Literary Dialect in George Washington Cable's Novel The Grandissimes.
47Fleck, Jere. Type-Categorization of the Gestumblindi Episode.
48Gaeng, Paul A. Transformational-Generative Grammar and the Foreign-Language Teacher.
49Garmon, Gerald M. J.R.R. Tolkein's Modern Faeryland.
50Gatlin, Judith T. Concepts in Communication: An Interdisciplinary Freshman Program.
51Gallehr, Donald R. Prologue to Kitty Hawk.
52Goldhurst, William. Of Mice and Men: John Steinbeck's Parable of the Curse of Cain.
53Gunter, Richard. Grammar, Semantics and the Poems of Gerard Manley Hopkins.
54Halsey, Martha T. Buero Vallejo's el Tragaluz and the Problem of Present-Day Spain.
55Hawthorne, Mark D. Synge's Use of Dream: The Search for Total Reality.
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161Helterman, Jeffrey. The Manciple's Tale: Chaucer's Farewell to His Art.
2Henry, Louis. Poe Flaunts the Mode: Or was he Mastering the Market?
3Hill, Mildred A. Using the Black Experience to Teach Freshman Composition and Literature.
4Hoffmeister, Gerhart. Der Naturbegriff in Gessners Daphnis (1754)
5Holland, Gill. Structure and Sound in the Early Poetry of Anulf Overland.
6Holst, Gunter. Karl Immermann und das Romantische Marchen: Zu Immermanns Stellung zwischen den Stromungen.
7Holum, Karen M. The Epigram: Semantic Bases for the Pointed Ending.
8Huguelet, Theodore L. The Epic Tradition in Wordsworth's The Recluse.
9Impey, Michael H. The Quest for Happiness: A Study of Mythic Structure in La Chartreuse de Parme.
10Jackson, Blyden. Jean Toomer's Cane: An Issue of Genre.
11Jones, George. Oswald von Wolkenstein and the Unexpected Twist.
12Jones, Margaret. Historical Themes in the Contemporary Spanish Theater.
13Keenan, Hugh T. The Franklin's Feast: A Eucharistic Shadow.
14Kirsner, Robert. La Suspension de Mitos en la Nueva Novela Hispanoamericana.
15Kish, Kathleen. The First Italian Translation of the Celestina.
16Knoblock, Fred F. Recollections of a Ballad Collector.
17Lewis, Ward B. Die Ballade von einer seligen Sommerversohnung: Notes to an Unpublised Poem by Paul Zech.
18Licastro, Emanuele. La Funzionalita del Cerebralismo: Da "La Camera in Attesa" a "La Vita Che Ti Diedi" di Pirandello.
19Lievsay, John L. Milton's Christian Hero.
20Lyady, Leon F. Egon Wolff's Los Invasores: A Play Within a Dream.
21McMahon, William E. The Symbolic Vistas of Frost and Stevens.
22Marigold, W.G. Episteln und Evangeliengedichte: Optiz and his Predecessors.
23Masi, Michael. The Christian Music of Sir Orfeo.
24Matthews, James W. Hawthorne Adapts the Material: From Popular Lore to Art.
25Mayberry, Nancy K. Tirso's Use of Myths and Symbols in Part I of the Pizarro Trilogy.
26Mohler, Stephen C. O Romance Indianista de Alencar (Com Ênfase Especial em Iracema).
27Moore, Matthew. Mediium Change: An Approach to Composition.
28Moore, Rayburn S. The Magazine and the Short Story in the Ante-Bellum Period.
29Moore, Robert H. The Faulkner Concordance. 2 copies.
30Morris, Harry. Et in Arcadia Ego.
31Murray, James C. nature as a Criterion of Mesura in Libro de Buen Amor
32New, Melvyn. The Dunce Revisited: Colley Cibber and Tristram Shandy.
33Nolte, William H. Styron's Meditation on Saviors.
34Omans, Stuart E. Variations on a Masked Leader: The Literary Relationship of Ralph Ellison and Herman Melville.
35Petrovska-Giudici, Marija. Un Ammiratore Boemo del Carducci.
36Posada, German. Porfirio Barba-Jacob, el Poeta de la Muerte.
37Reichert, Harbert W. Nietzsche und Carl Sternheim.
38Rubrecht, August. DARE in Louisiana.
39Scheufele, Theodor. Das Drama Als Theatralisches Kunstwerk.
40Schweitzer, Christoph E. The Unity of Minna von Barnhelm (or To Give and To Accept: A New Reading of Lessing's Minna von Barnhelm.)
41Scorsone, Maria. Dimension Metafisica en Machado y Ungaretti: El Tiempo Vital.
42Shurr, William H. Blood and the Shadow: Theological Deep Structures in William Faulkner's Light in August.
43Simmons, J.L. Antony and Cleopatra and Coriolanus, Shakespeare's Heroic Tragedies: A Jacobean Adjustment.
44Spivey, Herman E. Faulkner and the Adamic Myth: Faulkner's Moral Vision.
45Symons, Arthur. John Synge.
46Thompson, Lawrence S. Scandinavian Travellers in the South, 1834-1950.
47von Kreisler, Nicolai & Brather, James T. The Popularity of the Miller's tale.
48Wardropper, Bruce W. The Poetry of Ruins in the Golden Age.
49Weaver, Jack W. Synge's Poems and Stranslations: A Playwright's Idle Moments?
50Wegener, Adolph. Fußnoten zu der innen - und außenwelt peter handkes.
51Wheeler, Otis B. Science, Love, and Redemption in Two Hawthorne Tales.
52Williams, Thomas A. Eliphas Levi as Poet.



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171Algeo, John. A Syncope Rule of English.
2Alstad, Dianne. Les Liaisons dangereuses: War Between the Sexes and Two Traditions of Love.
3Amis, Lola J. Bigger Thomas and the "Self-Concept".
3Amis, Lola J. Faulkner's Treatment of the "Negro Character" in his Yoknapatawpha Legend.
4Angeles, Jose. Tiempo-Recuerdo y Tiempo-Mito en Cantico.
5Antonsen, Elmer H. The Inscription on the Whetstone from Strom.
6Bashinski, Marian C. The English Laboratory as a Teaching Tool.
7Battestin, Martin C. Vulcan's Shield: Pope's Parable of Art.
8Bennett, Carl D. Booth Tarkington Reconsidered.
9Berry, Alice F. Apollo Versus Bacchus: The Dynamics of Inspiration (Rabelais's prologues to Gargantua and to the Tiers Livre.)
10Best, Thomas W. Bidermann's Weltanschauung: In the Silken Web, a Worm.
11Betts, Leonidas. Current Folk Cures in Eastern North Carolina.
12Borelli, Luigi C. I Racconti di Buzzati: Struttura e Etile.
13Bredahl, A. Carl, Jr. The narrator of Look Homeward, Angel as Creative Artist.
14Brewer, Jeutonne. Grammatical Features and Their Social Correlates: A Study of Black Dialect in Slave Narratives.
15Broughton, Panthea R. The Two Sexes of Man: A Study of the Modern Amerian Novel.
16Bryan, Margaret B. Pope, "Women and Fools".
17Bryant, James C. Nigger Island: The Process of Regional Lore.
18Bub, Douglas F. Vision and Revelation in Goethes Faust.
19Byars, John A. The Brief and Troublesome Reign of Cathleen ni Houlihan (1902-1907)
20Cacciola, Roseann. Humanities for Everyone - The Community Junior College Approach.
21Carr, Virginia S. Iron Butterfly or Wounded Sparrow: The Enigma of Carson McCullers.
22Carter, Thomas R. Traditional Fiddling in the North Carolina Piedmont: A Study in Reepertory.
23Charron, Jean D. Astree et Alexis-Celadon ou le renversement des sexes.
24Connell, James G. Folk Tale Motifs in Peter and Fevronia of Murom
25Core, George. Henry James and the Comedy of the New England Conscience.
26Cranston, Philip E. Vegetables of Evil.
27Cro, Stelio. G.B. Vico and the Generation of 1837 in Argentina.
28Cutler, Allan H. References tot he Divine in Dante Alighieri's La Vita Nuova (circa 1295 A.D.): Is the Vita Nuova a Classic of Spiritual Franciscanism?
29Davis, Boyd H. Some Aspects of Cosmetics Terminology.
30Davis, Joseph K. Dreiser and the Agony of the Secular City.
31Davis, Lawrence M. & Blanton, Linda. Some Aspects of the Social Stratification of English in Southern Appalachia.
32DeCosta, Miriam S. The Black Image in Spanish Literature of the Golden Age.
33Deer, Irving. Ibsen and the Modern Consciousness.
34Eble, Connie C. If Ladies Weren't Present, I'd Tell You What I Really Think.
35Eddins, Dwight. Poet and State in Robert Lowell's Notebook: A Synopsis.
36Ehrenpreis, Irvin. Meaning: Implicit and Explicit.
37Fetscher, Elmar B. A Curriculum for the Humanities Major.
38Finneran, Richard J. James Stephens and James Joyce: The Record of a Friendship.
39Fisher, Nancy. Bless Whomever Thought of This Idea.
40Gathercole, Patricia M. Illuminations on the BN Manuscripts of the Romance of Troy.
41Gingilliat, John L. Douglas Southall Freeman as Editor: An Overview.
42Goslee, Nancy M. The Minstrel in Scott's Poetry: Imagination in an Iron Time.
43Grove, Ivonne R. La Degradacion del Personaje Onettiano (Basado en sus cuentos).
44Gunter, Richard. Context Grammar and Relevance.
45Hargrove, Nancy D. Landscape as Symbol in Tennyson and Eliot.
46Harris, Edward P. Der Tyrann von Syrakus: An Unknown of F.M. Klinger's Damocles.
47Hartwig, Joan. Romeo and the Emblematic Apothecary.
48Harwood, Sharon. Moral Blindness and Freedom of Will: A Study of Light Images in the Divina Commedia.
49Hill, Francis. From Trope to Oratorio.
50Hitchcock, Bert. Inventio, Dispositio and Elocutio.
51Hoffmeister, Gerhart. Don Francesco und Angelica, 1667: Zum Sentimentalen Liebesroman in Deutschland.
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181Hollahan, Eugene. Beguiled into Action: Silence and Sound in Victory.
2Holman, C. Hugh. Advanced Composition in the Graduate School.
3Jacobs, Irene O'C. Rx for Composition.
4Jens, Frederick L. What Price Audio-Lingualism?
5Johnston, Otto W. The Emergence of the Napoleonic Cult in German Piterature.
6Jones, Robert L. The Poem as Mood: Yeats's "Old Memory"
7Josephs, F. Allen. Toreo and Modern Spanish Literature.
8Joyner, Nancy. Wives and Sweethearts in Fathers and Sons.
9Keller, John E. A Re-examination of Don Juan Manuel's Narrative Tecnique: La Mujer Brava.
10Kershner, R.B., Jr. Joyce and Popular Literature.
11Lyday, Leon F. The Barcas and the Compadecia: Autos Past and Present.
12McGrady, Donald. Notes on Jeronima de Burgos in the Life and Work of Lope de Vega.
13McPheeters, D.W. Melibea, the Renaissance Woman.
14Moore, John. Death in Casona's Plays: Its Impact on Their Structure.
15Newman, Anne R. The Minimester Approach.
16Newman, Georgia A. Freshman Composition: A Sytems Approach.
17Nicolai, Ralf R. Zum historischen Gehalt in Bölls Erzählung Steh auf, steh doch auf.
18Pickens, Rupert T. Time and the Fulfillment of Dreams in Guillaume de Lorris.
19Preston, Thomas R. Preparing for Graduate Programs in the Humanities: Goals and Problems.
20Reader, Willie D. Mary Ellen Nicolls as a Source for Both "Madam" and "My Lady" of Modern Love: A Textual Analysis.
21Reedy, Daniel R. The Nature of Reality in Cortazar's "Las Babas del Diablo"
22Richards, Mary P. A Case for the Independence of Malory's Eighth Romance.
23Ritsch, Frederick F. An Interdisciplinary Humanities Program as an Approach to Literature.
24Robbins, Kittye D. Legends of Good Women: Medieval Images in the Modern Novels of Andre Malraux, An Interpretation.
25Robbins, Walter L. Carolina Beliefs from Local Histories and Memories.
26Rogers, Rodney O. Twian, Taine, and Lecky: The Genesis of a Passage in A Connecticut Yankee. 2 copies.
27Salgado, Maria A. Las dos Españas de Pablo Neruda.
28Schuchard, Ronald. "Our mad poetics to confute": T.S. Eliot, Modern Criticism, and the Personal Pattern of Art.
29Seaton, Esta. The Image of Women in the Fiction in the Ladies' Home Journal, 1890-1919.
30Sharp, Lawrence A. Thirty-nine Hundred Oliveiras.
31Simons, John D. Freedom and the Myth of Human Progress in Schiller and Dostoevsky.
32Solbrig, Ingeborg H. Morgenlaendisches Kleeblatt: Hammer-Purgstalls Methoden der Literatur Uebertragung.
33Stambaugh, Ria. Vices, Devils, and Superstition in an Age of Reform.
34Stanley, Julia P. The Semantic Features of the Machismo Ethic in English.
35Stelzmann, Rainulf A. Thought Structure in Medieval Literature: St. Augustine and Thomas Aquinas.
36Thompson, Irene. The Teaching of Russian Aspect: A Plea for Equal Treatment.
37Toole III, William B. The Aesthetics of Scatology in Gammer Gurton's Needle.
38Van, Thomas A. Chaucer's Pandarus as an Earthly Maker.
39Whisnant, David E. Ethnicity and the New Struggle for Applachain Regional Identity.
40Williams, G.W. The Unity of Act V of Henry V.
41Wilson, Gayle E. Emblems in Paradise Regained.
42Wonderley, A. Wayne. Keysterling and "Women's Lib"
43Young, Raymond A. Spanish Life as Revealed in La Casa de Bernarda Alba.



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1844Algeo, John. H.L. Mencken: Dialect Days.
45Angress, R.K. Pater Absconditus, Oder die Fehlenden Vater Beim Jungen Goethe.
46Azar, Ines. La Figura del Amante y la Concepcion del Hombre en la Egloga II de Garcilaso.
47Beaty, Jerome. Idols of the Marketplace.
48Beck, Charlotte. Unicorn to Eland: The Rilkean Spirit in the Poetry of Randall Jarrell.
49Bennett, Benjamin. Death and the Fools.
50Betts, Doris. Enligmas and Parameters.
51Blumenthal, Warner. An Intensive Language Program at West Georgia College.
52Borchardt, Frank L. The German Jacobins and the Tradition of Revolution.
53Brault, Gerald J. The Significance of Landscape in The Song of Roland.
54Bryan, Margaret B. Sir Walter Blunt: There's Honor for You!
55Burns, G. Frank. Caponsacchi and Mrs. Dalloway: The Ring and the Book as Prototype of the 20th Century Novel.
56Butturff, Douglas R. Satire in Villion's Testament.
57Carnell, Corbin S. Morrigan and Dagda: The Union of Destructive and Generative Possibilities.
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191Caserta, Ernesto. De Sanctis Critico di Manzoni.
2Chin, Tsung. How to Combat the Problem of Chinese Being Portrayed as a Different Langauge.
3Costa, John. Jean-Pierre Camus et la Folie, Signe de Verite.
4Cox, R. Merritt. Rococo Attitude in the Poetry of Juan Melendez Valdes.
5Crosby, James O. & Yudin, Florence L. Coplas tu? Superacion! Manrique y Jorge Guillen.
6Dunlap, Howard G. Some Methodological Problems in Recent Investigations of the Omitted Copula and Invanriant Be.
7Greenway, John L. Ludvig Holberg and the V-Effekt.
8Ibarra, Eileen S. William Carleton and the Irish Short Story.
9Ibarra, Fernando. Clarin y La Liberacion de La Mujer.
10Johnson, William C. Art as Discovery: The Aesthetics of Consolation in Chaucer's Book of the Duchess.
11Koon, William. The Over-Production of Freshman English.
12La Charite, Raymond C. The Devil in Rabelais's Pantagruel.
13Langenbruch, Theodor. "Iswall, das ist ein Affe!" Dialektischer Humor in dem zeitgenossischen DRR-Roman "Die Aula"
14Latta, Charles. The Big Bust: The Language of Burlesque.
15Lentulay, Rudy. Mayakovsky the Soviet Nihilist.
16Lindsay, Bryan. The Mushroom People and the Hammers of Academe: A Fable.
17Lipham, Mildred. An Accelerated Total Immersion in Lower Division French.
18Lohof, Bruce A. Constructing the American Dream: A Structuralist Approach to Short Short Stories.
19Meigs, Joseph A. Madmen and Fools in Middleton and Rowley's the Changeling.
20Mercken-Spaas, Godelieve. Le Malentendu dans "Les Sinceres" de Marivaux.
21Mitchell, Bonner. Feste and Productions of Comedy in Florence During the First Half of the Cinquecento.
22Morris, Harry. So Quick Bright Things Come to Confusion: The Countertheme in A Midsummer Night's Dream.
23Moser, Gerald M. Queen Zinga of Angela: Fact and Fiction.
24Nicolai, Ralf R. Zur Universalien-Problematik in Hesses Narziss und Goldmund.
25O'Cain, Raymond K. A Diachronic View of the Speech of Charleston, South Carolina.
26Parssinen, T.M. Pseudoscience and Popular Science: A Case of Mistaken Identity.
27Phillips, Rachel. Batiste as Phamarkos: a New Look at La Barraca.
28Preto-Rodas, R.A. The Ironic Humor of Nicolau Tolentino's Satiras.
29Rehder, Ernest C. Moral Decisions in Pureza and Pedra Bonita.
30Rivers, Elias L. Oral and Written Texts in Gongora's Poetry.
31Ross, Joe C. Robert Penn Warren and the Burden of History.
32Roy, Gilbert W. Teaching the Blind to Read and Write Chinese.
33Schweitzer, Christoph E. In Imitation of Angelus Silesius.
34Scloofield, George. Diktonius on the Beach.
35Shores, David L. Black English and Black Attitudes.
37Simons, John D. The Nature of Hermine's Death.
38Smith, Don. Conceptual Differences in Aspect between Japanese and English.
39Soudek, Ernst. Meister Eckhart: ein Ethiker für das 20. Jahrhundert?
40Standley, Fred L. This Particular Web: Unhistoric Acts, Hidden Life, Unvisited Tombs - Middlemarch as a Novel of Values.
41Stanton, Edward F. The Saeta: A New Hypothesis.
42Steinke, Russell. Character and Politics in Nostromo.
43Stelzmann, Rainulf A. Paul Celan's "Argumentum e Silentio": An Interpretation.
44Sturm, Sara. Petrarch's rime sparse: The Morality of Poetry.
45Thompson, Irene. The Academic Respectability of Women in Literature Courses.
46Thompson, Lawrence S. Hispanic Travellers in the South Since the Civil War.
47Tucker, Cynthia G. Rainer Maria Rilke and Louise Labe: Translation as Resurrection.
48Walker, Kenneth E. Wallace Stevens: Hallooing the Dark Comedians.
49Ward, Robert E. Eighteenth Century Irish Short Fiction: A Short View.
50Warren, John W. Walter Savage Landor's Alien Plant.
51Weaver, Jack W. The Irish Story in the Twentieth Century.
52Weiser, Ernest L. Durrenmatt's Dialogue with Schiller.
53Wenzel, Siegfried. Artistic Structure and Didactic Prose.
54Wilson, Audrey V. Was Rilke a German Poet?
55Wilson, James D. Mark Twain and Pseudo-Science.
56Wrobel, Arthur. Phrenology, Whitman and the Role of the American Woman.



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201Allen, Richard J. Johann Christian Gunther and the Satura Tradition in Germany.
2Anderson, Hilton. Solving the Problems of Freshman English.
3Andrews, John F. Coleridge on Shakespeare: The Ipsissima Verba?
3Andrews, John F. Supplement to Coleridge on Shakespeare: The Ipsissima Verba? 2 Copies.
4Badger, Andrew. Riddles in Thigpen's Store News.
5Beaumont, Gail O. Twice-Saved from "Oblivion": Approaching Selected Monogatari Through Noh Plays.
6Bird, Christine M. Theme and Image in The Great Gatsby.
7Belcher, Micahel H. The Roman de la Rose and Boccaccio's Il Filostrato.
8Brady, Patrick. Vision, Revelation, Prophecy: Zola and the Conformations of the Apocalypse.
9Byrd, Suzzanne. La Destruccion de Sodoma: A Reconstruction of Federico Garcia Lorca's Lost Drama.
10Chu, Chauncey C. The Verbs "Be" and "Have" in English and Chinese: A Semantico-Syntactic Approach to Contrastive Analysis.
11Cohen, Sandy. Malamud's Suffering Savants.
12Crane, L. Ben. Social Stratification of /I/ and /aI/ Among White Speakers in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.
13Crook, Eugene J. Hegelian Dialectics in the Havamal.
14Curshmann, Michael. Zur Struktur und Thematik des "Buchs von Bern".
15Davidson, Hugh M. Order and Orders in the Pensees of Pascal.
16Davis, Joseph K. Resurrection of the Body: Apocalypse in Hermann Hesse and Norman O. Brown.
17Defaux, Gerard. De Pantagruel au Tiers Livre: Panurge et le Pouvoir.
18DeVrigs, Jenny. From Emancipation to Liberation: Ina Boudier-Bakker, 1875-1966.
19Dobrowloski, Julian S. El Impacto Ideologico de Calderon Sobre las Literaturas de la Europa Oriental "el Principe Constante" en Polonia.
20Duke, Elizabeth & Sharp, Nicholas A. All's Not Well that Ends Well: A Study of Verb Endings in Shakespeare's English.
21Dumas, Bethany K. Suggestions for Investigating Tennessee English: A Sociolinguistic Approach to Dialect Study.
22Fiero, Gloria K. Death and Dying in Medieval Manuscript Illumination.
23Flowers, Mary L. Sentences and the Alexandrin: Clues to Characterization in Racine.
24Gatlin, Judith T. The "C" Paper in the SAMLA Region.
25Goldberg, Maxwell H. The Academic Humanist in a Business Society.
26Hacthoun, A. Perfil del Generoso Chico: Estado y Sentido de los Estudios Criticos.
27Hagen, Susan K. Ritualistic Form and Legal Formula in Njals Saga.
28Hampton, Warren. S. Bernardo: The Imprint of Machado de Assis on Graciliano Ramos.
29Hancock, Ian F. Malacca Creole Portuguese: Asian, African or European?
30Hargrove, Nancy. T.S. Eliot: The Symbol in Theory and in Practice.
31Henry, Freeman G. Les Fleurs du Mal and the Exotic: The Escapist Psychology of a Visionary Poet.
32Hill, Robert W. Sure, I Like Poetry...(sigh)...Rod McKuen.
33Hines, Carole P. Permutations of Relative Clauses in Early Modern English.
34Hoffmeister, Gerhart. The Snow-White Mistress: A Petrarchist Topos in German Baroque Lyrics.
35Holland, J. Gill. Edvard Munch and Contemporary Literature.
36Holtan, Orley I. Structure and Theme in Kjeld Abell's "Vetsera Blomstrer Ikke for Enhver"
37Horton, Karen. Regeneration in a Welsh Grove.
38Johnson, Claudia D. Preparation for Justification: A Study of The Day of Doom and Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God.
39Jones, Bessie W. The Content of Afro-American Folktales.
40Jones, J.R. The Emblem in Mexico...
41Kay, Wallace G. Thrusting to a New Germination: The Apocalyptic Endings of the Rainbow and Germinal. 2 copies.
42Kesterson, David B. The "Defolking" of Rural America: Josh Billings' Farmer's Allminax.
43Kirsner, Robert(?). La Soledad en la Obra de Caballero Calderon.
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211Langenbruch, Theodor. "Optimismus" in der DDR- Literatur: Voraussetzungen und Konsequenzen eines zentralen Begriffes der sozialistischen Literaturtheorie und praxis.
2Latimer, Dan R. Homunsculus as a Sumbol: Semantic and Dramatic Functions of the Figure in Goethe's Faust.
3Lehmeyer, F. Robert. Beumont and Fletcher in Vienna: On the Sources of Grillparzer's Ein Treuer Diener Seines Herrn.
4Lewis, Ward B. Message from America: The Verse of Walt Whitman as Interpreted by German Authors in Exile.
5Long, Richard A. Describing a Dialect: The Afro-American Example.
6Lyday, Leon F. Life is but a Samba: Dr. Gerulio, Sua Vide e Sua Gloria.
7McCown, Gary M. "Runawayes Eyes" and Juliet's Epithalamium.
8McDaniel, John N. Portraits of the Jew as Young Artist in the Fiction of Phillip Roth.
9McDavid, Raven I. Southern Standards Revised.
10McKaskey, M. Alternate Structuring of Literary History: the Case of Li Po.
11McMahon, William E. The Bridge as Dream Allegory.
12McMurry, Myra. Role-playing as Art in Maya Angelou's Caged Bird.
13Mason, Julian. Phillip Roth's Letting Go of Religion: Goodbye, Greatness.
14Meid, Volker. Zieglers Asiatische Banise 1689 und 1788: Zur Wirkungsgeschichte des Barockromans.
15Meyers, Walter E. Can (and Should) Standard American English Be Defined?
16Miller, Carroll. Toys and Slaves: The Suppression of Women Throughout the World in the Writings of Mary Gaunt.
16Moore, Rayburn S. The Strange Irregular Rhythm of Life: James's Late Tales and Constance Woolson.
17Mori, Kiyoshi. Present Status and Problems of Teaching Japanese as a Second Language in Japan.
18New, Melvyn. The Grease of God: The Form of Eighteenth-Century Fiction.
19Nishimura, Ken. Philosophical Concepts in the Writings of Soseki Natsume.
20Pasco, Allan H. En Rade and the Symbolic Integration of Self.
21Patty, James S. Durer and the French Romantics.
22Pettigrew, B. Joye. Invisible Man: The Re-Creation of a Myth.
23Pickens, Rupert T. Perceval's Welshness: Paradox as Structure in the Conte del Graal.
24Piper, Anson C. Portugal Visto Por Galdos.
25Purtle, Dale I. Opposing Paris in Saigon Vietnamese.
26Raymond, James C. Harmony, Hominy, and Homonyms: Dialectical Relativisim in Freshman English.
27Reaver, J. Russell. A Comparative Study of Folktale Structure and Musical Form.
28Reid, B.L. Two Irish Biographies: Quinn and Casement.
29Renshaw, Parke. A Inacabada e Trágica Vida e Obra de A.H. de Lima Barreto.
30Roy, Joaquin. El Antiheroe como Intermediario: Pantaleon y las Visitadoras, De Mario Vargas llosa.
31Rust, Richard D. The American Essays of Washington Irving.
32Schenck, Mary J. A Morphological Analysis of the Fabliau.
33Sharpe, Lawrence A. List of Galician Publishers and Bookdealers.
34Short, Douglas D. Conjunction and Ambiguity: Some Problems of Coordinators in English, Past and Present.
35Siebert, Donald T., Jr. Persona and the Personal Animus in the Satires of Swift.
36Smith, Donald L. Alice's Wonderful Look at Ordering in Japanese.
37Snow, Joseph T. La Posible Genealogica de la Danza de la Muerte: en Busca de sus Origenes mas Remotos.
38Stanton, Edward F. A Musical Aspect of Garcia Lorca's Poetry.
39Stelzmann, Rainulf A. The Cataclysm of Darkness: Vonnegut's Mother Night as a Revision of Goethe's Faust.
40Stephenson, Edward A. On Defining Standard American English.
41Stewart, Phillip. Romance and Novel: The Question of Narrative Modes.
42Swigger, R. Nabokov's Pale Fire and the Four Quartets.
43Tai, James H-Y. A Contrastive Analysis Between Sha and 'to kill'
44Thoenelt, Klaus. Erbsünde und Erbtugend in Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahren.
45Tillman, James S. Herrick's Georgic Encomia.
46Valbuena-Briones, A. La Tecnica Dramatica y el Efecto Comico en "La Dama Duende" de Calderon.
47Weatherby, Harold L. Hardy as Narrator: The Fragmentation of Consciousness in Jude the Obscure.
48Yates, W.G. Aspect in Lao.
49Yost, George. Dreams Mount Heavenward: Milton's Upland Paradise in Mesopotamia.



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221Badger, Andrew. The Portrayal of Women in the Towneley Cycle.
2Bell, Robert F. The Jewish Experience as Portrayed in Three German Exile Novellen.
3Blackwell, Louise. Proverbs in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God.
4Bodine, Jay F. Kraus Contra Heine, George et al. or Karl Kraus' Demands upon Writer and Work.
5Bourdette, Robert E., Jr. Milton's Grand Pun: A Footnote to Paradise Lost, I, 13-- "My Advent'rous Song"
6Bras, Monique. A Career-Related Approach to the Learning of Modern Langauges.
7Bree, Germaine. Colette: A Survivor.
8Brewer, Jeutonne. The WPA Slave Narratives as Lingusitic Data.
9Bryant, James C. The Bible is Also Literature.
10Butters, Ronald R. Variation in Some Southern Black Idiolects: Indirect Question Formation.
11Byrd, Suzanne. The Juglar: Progenitor of the Histrionic Art
12Cailler, Bernadette. Rhetorique et Mythologie Chretiennes Chez Cesaire.
13Chapple, Richard L. Biblical Elements in Abram Tertz' The Trial Begins.
14Chu, Harold S. Computer Programming in Japanese Linguistics.
15Clark, Charlene K. Coming of Age in America: The Child as Smbol in Carson McCullers' The Member of the Wedding.
16Clark, James W., Jr. Adaptations of the "Old Marster-Old Mistus" Cyclee by Frances Watkins Haper.
17Clark, John R. Give 'em Culture - But Get Them Jobs
18Cobb, Carl W. The "Lazarus" Poems.
19Coleman, William L. Regional Distribution of Multiple Modals in North Carolina.
20Conner, J. Wayne. Balzac's Canalis: The Creation of a Character.
21Cook, Ann J. "Bargaines of Incontinencie": Illicit Behavior at the Playhouses.
22Costich, Julia F. Fortune in Manon Lescaut.
23Dameron, Lasley. Hwthorne's Theory of romance as Repssonce to Popular Criticsm.
24Darst, David H. Andrenio's Perception of Realityi and the Structure of El Criticon.
25Deats, Sara M. Irony and Allusion in Marlowe's Doctor Faustus.
26Denham, Roebrt D. Todorov and the Linguistic Model.
27Dessen, Alan C. Gloucester at Dover Cliffs: Shakespeare and the Spectacles of Realism.
28Detwiler, Robert. Interdisciplinary Graduate Study and the Job Market.
29Devere, Louise A. Bridge Over Semantic Waters: Semantic Restrictions on the Word "Bridge" in Tidewater Virginia.
30Devereux, James A. A Way Not Taken in Astrophil and Stella.
31Donaldson, Scott. Hemingway's Pursuit of Fame.
32Feagin, Crawford. Southern White and Black Engilsh: Verb Agreement.
33Friedman, Edward H. The Unifying Concept in Cervantes' Comedias: The Theater of an Idea.
34Gamburg, Haim. Духовные Оды Михаила Иомоносова и Библейские Книги Псалтырь и Иов (Translated: Spiritual Odes of Mikhail Lomonosov and Biblical Books Psalms and Job.)
35Gardner, Joseph H. Old Girls in new Dresses: Venus and Beardsley's The Story of Venus and Tannhauser.
36Gatlin, Judith T. Student Attitudes: Expectations and Realities.
37Gibaldi, Joseph. The Decameron Cornice and the Responses to the Disintegration of Civilization.
38Golondzowski-Brougher, Valentina. Partican tales of Vsevolod V. Ivanov and Soviet Critics.
39Grothmann, Wilhelm H. Der Humor in Heinrich Bölls Gruppenbild mit Dame.
40Hall, Sallie J. Full Fathom Five: A Study of the Interpolated Poem in Melville's Billy Budd.
41Halli, Robert W., Jr. Persephone in Meredith's "Love in the Valley".
42Hamlet-Metz, Mario. Paris, Balzac y Stendhal en Martin Rivas.
43Hardesty, Kathleen. Rousseau, Voltaire, Diderot, and Later Encyclopaedism.
44Harper, George M. Miracel at Mirebeau: An Unpublished Chapter of Yeats's Autobiography.
45Haymes, Edward R. Eddic Origins in Germanic Oral Epic: A Conjecture.
46Higgs, Robert J. The Folk Hero as Baseball Player in American Literature.
47Howard, John A. A Middle High German Charm Written in Hebrew Characters.
47Howard, John A. A Christian Prayer Book Written in Hebrew-German.
48Hunter, J. Paul. Swift and the Art of Parody.
49Hutchinson, E.R. Antiquity and Mythology in The Scarlet Letter: The Primary Sources.
50Jepsen, Laura. Heroism in The Cossacks.
51Johnson, David J. The Cycle of Adonis: James Dickey's Use of the Primordial Regenerative in "May Day Sermon tot he Women of Gilmer County, Georgia.."
52Johnston, W. Dillon. Austin Clarke's Twice Round the Black Church, or More.
53Jones, George F. Did Oswald von Wolkenstein Compose at his Writing Desk?
54Jones, Madison. Non-Fiction as Fiction.
55Jones, Margaret E.W. Spanish Women Novelists and the Problem of Contemporary Reality.
56Kallos, Alexander. Humor in Rilke's Ewald Tragy and Geschichten Vom Lieben Gott.
57Kelly, John R. Pablo Neruda's Debt to Pedro Prado.
58Kershner, R.B., Jr. Wilde and Joyce on Shakespeare.
59Koenig, Jean-Paul. Dieu et le Tragique dans L'Oeuvre de Jacques Rabemananjara.
60Kolve, V.A. God's Spade: Christ as Gardener in Medieval Drama and the Visual Arts.
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231Landiss, Morris P. The London Magazine as a Mirror of Its Times.
2Lawrence, Francis L. Saint-Amant's "L'Hyver des Aples": A Structural Analysis.
3Leki, Ilona. Manipulations of Language in Michaux's Imaginary Countries.
4Levy, Robert A. Employment Prospect for English and Foreign Language.
5Lewald, H. Ernest. Symbolic Portrayal of Socio-Political Evil in Latin American Fiction.
6Long, Richard A. The African Background of Black Folklore.
7Longland, Jean R. Iresistible and Impossible: On Poetic translation from Portuguese to English.
8Lundelius, Ruth. Skepticism in Saavedra Fajardo's Republica Literaria.
9Lyday, Leon F. Inversion in the Absurdist Plays of Jorge Diaz.
10Lynn, Therese. Virginity and Chastity: Weapons in Medieval Women's Struggle.
11McNamara, Peter L. Fletcher, The Ladies, and Shakespearean "Taming" Comedy.
12Maher, Michael K. Euphues' Hellenized Heroine.
13Mahony, Robert. Self-Conscious Allegory: Collins's "Ode on the Poetical Character"
14Marigold, W. Gordan. Jesuit Drama in Ingolstadt 1974: A Stage Version of Bidermann's Philemon Martyr.
15Mascinandaro, Franco. Annotazioni sull'immagine del punto nella Commedia.
16Maurino, Ferdinando D. The Anguish of Life: Prince Segismundo and Enrico IV
17Mews, Siegfried. Dionysus versus Marx: Love and Sex in Zuckmayer's The Merry Vineyard and Brecht's Herr Puntila and his Man Matti.
18Miller, Elinor S. The Identity of the Narrator in Edouard Glissant's La Lezarde.
19Moss, William M. The James-Besant Non-Controversy.
20Nelson, Jan A. Scribal Redaction in Medieval French Crusade Cycles.
21Nicolai, Ralf R. Kafkas Josefine: Eine Interpretation.
22Nishimura, Ken. Philosophical Concepts int he Writings of Akutagawa Ryunosuke.
23Olson, Paul R. Sobre la Interpretatcion de un juege de palabras unamuniano.
24Osborne, William S. A Standard By Which We Measure Ohter Men" Mark Twain's Admiration for The Deerslayer.
25Palermo, Joseph. Un capolavoretto della letteratura franco-italiana: il romanzo di Ettore ed Ercole.
26Pannill, Linda. "This above all, to refuse to be a victim": Being True to Self in Margaret Atwood's Surfacing.
27Phelps, Leland R. Goethe's Adaptation of Romeo and Juliet.
28Phillips, Betty S. Orm's Stressed Vowel Phonemes.
29Porter, T.E. Ibsen and Woman: Hedda Gabler.
30Pratt, L.H. James Baldwin and "The Literary Ghetto".
31Prenshaw, Peggy W. Persephone in Eudora Welty's "Livvie".
32Ratiff, John. Mastering Transitive and Intransitive Usage in Japanese.
33Rice, Mariam W. El Hombre Masa en una Novela de Miguel Delibes.
34Rich, Pete T. & Perun, Marienne V. Student Attitudes: Expectation and Realities.
35Ross, Peter B. Teaching Business and Industry How to Communicate.
36Russell, Charles C. Italo Svevo and Trieste.
37Rust, Richard D. Power in Hawthorne's The Blithedale Romance.
38Salgado, Maria A. El Alma de la "Sonatina".
39Sanchez-Boudy, Jose. Pascual Duarte, Delincuente Nato o Delinguente Ambiental?
40Savory, Jerold J. The English Teacher as A Career Counselor.
40Savory, Jerold J. Tennyson's In Memoriam and The Book of Job.
41Sherman, Carol. Rococo Rhetoric: Dialogus Ludibundus.
42Sieber, Harry. laguage adn Desire in La dama boba.
43Simpson, Hassell A. History, Sculpture, and Poetry: Robert Shaw, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, and Robert Lowell.
44Speer, Blanche C. Custom Tailoring: Strength of the Chinese Program in a Small College.
45Steer, A.G., Jr. Goethe's Novelle as Document of its Time.
46Strandberg, Victor. Between Truth and Fact: Faulkner's Symbols of Identity.
47Stuart, Francis. The Doubly Invovled Writer: Life and Fiction in the Novels of Francis Stuart.
48Sturm, Sara. Audience Perspectives in Petrarch's Canzoniere
49Sullivan, Eileen. Folklore in Carleton's Traits and Stories of the Irish Peasantry.
50Thompson, Irene. Russian Word Order: Freedom or Bondage?
51Townsend, Francis G. The Marriage of John Ruskin: An Essay in Biography.
52Ulloa, Justo C. Sarduy: Breve Lectura de una Pregrinacion Cubana.
53Ward, Wilbur H. The Politics of Rhetoric: Bacon's Rebellion and the Burwell Papers.
54Waver, Jack W. Hidden Patterns in Joyce's Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man.
55White, Robert B., Jr. The Writing-Editing Curricuilum at North Carolina State University.
56Wilhelm, Albert E. Law and Comic Pattern in Dickens' Late Novels.
57Williamson, J.W. Thackeray's Mirror.
58Wilson, Benjamin H. The Notebook of Daniel Corkery: Painter and Storyteller?
59Winton, Calhoun. Student Attitudes: Expectations and Realities.
60Wolfe, Phillip J. La Mascurat de Gabriel Naude.
61Wood, Gerald C. Lord Byron, The Metaphor of the Climates and Don Juan.



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241Allen, John J. Antipetrarquismo en el Romancero general.
2Awsienko, Nina. The Burdens of "Superfluous" Talent.
3Barksdale, E.C. Dreams in Tolstoy.
4Bird, Christine M. Self-Reliance in 1976.
5Birmingham, John C., Jr. Black English Near its Roos: The Transplanted West African Croles.
6Blacksilver, Edith. Studying and Teaching in the Soviet Union: An Experiene in Frustration.
7Blake, Jon V. Erasmism in Cervantes' Persiles.
8Boderick, John P. The Five Clocks of Martin Joos: Why They Keep on Ticking
9Brown, John L. Roland in Stained Glass.
10Bryant, James C. Orestes and Hamlet as Agents of Providence.
11Bub, Douglas F. The Two Helenas of Faust II.
12Butters, Ronald R. The Conservativism of American English: A Bicentennial View of English "Propredicates".
13Carnes, Bruce. The Liberty Bell and James Dickey.
14Carson, Gary. The Romantics' Franklin.
15Cassidy, Maureen C. Mythic Patterns in Afro-French Literature and Culture.
16Chapple, Richard. Soviet Fiction in Soviet Satire: Or Can't Anyone Around Here Write?
17Chu, Cauncey C. What to Teach, Real Structure or Translatable Meaning? A Case Study of the Chinese Paricles Zhe & Ne.
18Clark, Wililam B. "Great Cannan's Grander Counterfiet": Jefferson and America in Robert Penn Warren's Brother to Dragons.
19Clarke, Thomas L. Old Stylist, New Stylist, and Theodore Roethke.
20Cobbs, Alfred L. Racism and the Anti-Americanism in Wolfgang Koppen's Novel Tauben im Gras.
21Cohen, Ralph A. Unity and Fragmentation: The Disintegration of Dr. Faustus.
22Connor, Susan H. From Anti-Hero to Hero: The Rebirth Archetype in Corpo Vivo.
23Cox, Randolph C., Jr. The Serpent and the Cave: Symbolism in Reivindicacion del Conde don Julian.
24Daniels, William L. Ae and Synge.
25Davis, Boyd H. & Reedy, T.J. "Scroll" at Camp Green: Freedom Through Expression.
26Davis, William M. Chinese elements in the Works of Guimaraes Rosa.
26Davis, William M. Japanese-Portuguese Symbiosis in Guimaraes Rosa's "Cipango".
27de Oliveira, Celso L. Literature and Brazil in Hispanic America: The Early National Period.
28Dowling, John. Two Views of Censorship: Saaverda Fajardo and Milton.
29Dunaway, John M. The Role of the South in Julien Green's Fiction.
30Eble, Connie C. The English of the Founding Fathers.
31Eisenberg, Daniel. Lorca's Sonetos del Amor Obscuro.
32Elfe, Wolfgang D. Johannes Urzidil.
33Exum, Frances. Conceptismo as a Comic Technique in Moreto's el Desden, Con el Desden.
34Fernandez, Gaston J. "El Primer Magistrado" y el Olvidado "Primer Ministro" en El Recurso del Metodo de Carpentier.
35Fernandez-Rubin, Ramon. La importancia de los Rasgos estilisticos en Los Pasos Perdidos de Alejo Carpentier.
36Feustle, Joseph A., Jr. La Muerte: La Deseada-Deseante de Ruben Dario.
37Fielding, Sara M. The Dual Rhetoric of Pascal's Pensees: The Representation of Non-Representation.
38Flowers, Mary L. The Search for Structural Unity in le Cid.
39Gamburg, Haim. The Biblical Protagonists in the Verse of Anna Akhmatova: An Expression in Feminine Identification.
40Gilliland, Joan F. Despair in Grace Abounding and the Pilgrim's Progress: A Movement Toward Myth.
41Grifin, Claudius W. All Alike: Patterns of Order in Sir Thomas Browne's Religio Medici.
42Hageman, Elizabeth H. Dissimilis Materei Similis Tractatio and Similis Materei Dissimilis Tractatio: Two Passages in Book VI of The Faerie Queene.
43Hamilton, James F. Rousseau's Emile et Sophie, a Parody for the Philosopher-King.
44Hanson, Mary K. Cartas Marruecas: Intellectum Tibi Dabo.
45Hedges, James S. William Carlos Williams: The Revolutionary Spirit and the American Tradition in Art. 2 copies.
46Hensey, Fritz. Delimitation of Bilingual Areas of Northern Uruguay.
47Higgs, Robert J. Three Muscular Christians in American Literature.
48Hilary, Richard B. Italian Secretaries Abroad: Humanist Cultural Expansion.
49Huvos, Kornel. Deux Critiques Français de L'Autocritique Américaine: Jules Romaines et Alain Bosquet.
50Joyner, Nancy. Mad is Bad for Bronte, but Rhys Disagrees.
51Kemp, Louis A. Max Aub, Cuentista.
52Kroneggar, Marlies. Reality and Illusion in Baroque Literature.
53La Charite, Raymond C. Reactive Reflection and Intertextuality: Rabelais's ecolier limousin.
54Lefcowitz, Barbara F. Archetypes of the Searcher in Some Contemporary Female Poets (Atwood, Rukeyser, Rich)
55Leitch, Vincent B. T.S. Eliot's Poetry of Religious Desolation.
56Leparulo, William E. L'Esilio e Il Regno in Luigi Pirandello e Albert Camus.
57Lewis, Warel B. Kasimir Edschmid's "Ugly American" at Home and Abroad: National Characteristics and their Implications for Germany's Foreign Posture during the Thirties.
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251McCarthy, Patrick A. Our Wee Free State: Finnegans Wake and Irish Independence.
2McDonald, William C. Frauenlob's Geviolierte Bluete Kunst: Concerning the Matter of Literary Reception.
3McGhee, Nancy B. To make the Humanities Prevail.
4Maiden, Emory. Thoreau's Cape Cod: Irony and Early American History.
5Manning, Ambrose E. Clarence Tom Ashley: East Tennessee Folk Musician.
6Mason, Julian. Six Views of George Washington in Early American Poetry and Art.
7Mathews, James W. The Elusive Synthesis: Henry Adams' Search for a Father.
8Meijer, Marianne S. Jesuites et neo-stoicisme.
9Miller, Mary R. Sir Gawain and the Green Knight as Monomyth.
10Montante, Michela. Mena Malavoglia: One of Verga's Sicilian Female Characters.
11Moore, L. Hugh. Francis Parkman on the Oregan Trail: A Study in Cultural Prejudice.
12Moorman, Charles. The Rival Traditions of the Alliterative Revival.
13Natterstad, J. Francis Stuart: From Laragh to Berlin.
14Nichols, Stephen G., Jr. Signs of Royal Beauty Bright: Word and Image in the Legend of Charlemagne.
15Nicolai, Ralf R. Kleists Marionettentheater: Bisherige deutungen - künftige Relevanz.
16O'Cain, Raymond K. Romance Language Contact with Swiss German.
17Owens, Coilin. Francis Ledwidge and 1916.
18Perez, Marta. La Palma Real y La Poesia Pura en Cuba.
19Perry, Anne A. La Symbolique du Coeur dans Quelques Chansons du Chatelain de Coucy.
20Pinkerton, Thomas O. The Jonsbok in Outlawry.
21Piriou, Jean-Pierre. Julien Green et L'Amerique.
22Pyrek, Carolyn M. Thomas Hardy's Dramatic Monologues.
23Radner, John B. Tragedies, Executions, and Man of Feeling.
24Rhein, Phillip H. Two Fantastic Visions: Franz Kafka and Afred Kubin.
25Richter, Fred. Worlds Lost and Won: James Dickey's Dilverance.
26Rogers, Jimmie N., Rodgers, Raymond S., & Rodgers, Peggy B. The Country Music Message: An Analysis of the most Popular Country Songs from 1965-1975
27Rollin, Roger B. Robert Altman's Nasville: Popular Film and the American Character.
28Ross, Gordan N. The "White Bole" of Troilus and Criseyde II.55.
29Roy, Joaquin. La Nueva Narrative Hispanoamericana: Premisas y Problemas Criticos.
30Ruhl, Charles. The Verb Break, Creativity, and Dylan Thomas' "This Bread I Break"
31Santi, Victor. "Fama" e "Laude" Distinte da "Gloria" in Machiavelli.
32Alfred Andersch, Amerika und Sansibar.
33Seaton, J.P. On the Limits of Taoist Belief: Three Poems by Ma Chih-yuan.
34Self, Warren P. The Wasteland Motif: Sean O'Casey and T.S. Eliot.
35Sena, John F. Swift as Moral Physician: Scatology and the Tradition of Love Melancholy.
36Simonsen, Sofus E. Thomas Mann and Herman Bang: Early Life and First Novels.
37Smith, C. Micahel. Slavery and Democratic Man: Tocqueville's Democracy in America and Melville's Benito Cerano.
38Smith, Nathaniel B. The Lark Image in Bondie Dietaiuti and Dante.
39Smoot, Jean J. Literary Criticism on a Vase-Painting: A Clearer Picture of Euripides' Hippolytus.
40Seltzmann, Rainulf A. Kritisches zur Biographie des Aegidius Albertinus.
41Stevenson, John W. Houseman's Staying Reputation.
42Stillman, Linda K. The Image of America in Sartre's "The Respectful Prostitute.
43Taylor, David. The A. L. Phipps Family: A Study in Style and Repertoire.
44Theonelt, Klaus. Amerika ist Anders: Carl Zuckmayers Amerika-Bild.
45Tobin, Frank. Judgement and Ambiguity as Thematic Elements in Gottfried's Tristan.
46Vanderwerken, David L. From Tackle to Teacher: James Whitehead's Joiner.
47Volkoff, Vladimir. Le Complexe de Rodrigue: Vers une conception modulaire d l'humanite au XVIIeme siecle.
48Waid, Candace. Aphrodite: The Origins of the Myth of Feminine Evil.
49Weir, Robert M. The Press in the Southern Colonies on the Eve of the Revolution: An Interpretation.
50Wiggins, Gene. The Socio-political Works of Fiddlin' John and Moonshine Kate.
51Williams, Edith W. Jean Genet's White Goddess: The Search for Woman in Our Lady of the Flowers.
52Williams, Harry F. The Putative Dual Authorship of the Charette.
53Williamson, J.W. Ego Space and Immanent Space in Hamlet.
54Wilmsatt, Mary Ann. Simms's Porgy, the Romance, and the Revolutionary Militia.
55Winton, Calhoun. Thespis in Armor: The Drama and Stage during the American Revolution.
56Yost, George. Myth Rescues the Nature Poet.
57Young, William H. Take Another Look: The Object and American Art.



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261Alsip, Barbara W. Crommelynck's Leona: A Female Don Juan.
2Arthur, Linda. Reading in Japan.
3Attebery, Brian. American romance: Bellamy and LeGuin.
4Awsienko, Nina. Women in Solzhenitsyn's The First Circle.
5Barroll, J. Leeds. The Old Spelling Shakespeare: Old Problems and New Methods.
6Benkert, Renate L. In Search of Paradise: From Valholl to Munsalwaesche.
7Beynen, G. Kollemans. Shota Rustaveli and the Nature of Courtly Love.
8Bledsoe, Audrey S. Venus and Adonis: A Myth of Failed Love.
9Blumstein, Andree K. Cundrie and Parzival: Iterative Dynamics.
10Botoman, Rodica C. Peter Neagoe's Correspondence: Some Illuminating Facts.
11Braendlin, Bonnie H. Lisa Alther's Kinflicks: Alienation of Woman and Nature in the Contemporary Feminist Bildungsroman.
12Braendlin, Hans P. Don Juan: Eros Thanatos in Sensuality and Reflection.
13Brandon, Wallace R. German Freemasonry and Nathan Der Wise.
14Brasher, Lucy. The Forgotten Legacy of the "Matchless Orinda"
15Brett, Sally A. We are Not Lillies but Wees: Edith Summers Kelley.
16Broderick, John C. Manuscript Research: The New Copyright Situation.
17Brown, Madison. Thomas Jefferson and Things German: Preliminary Findings.
18Brown, Monika B. Human Affirmation in Mary Shelley's The Last Man.
19Bruccoli, Mathew J. Observations on Editing Fitzgerald and O'Hara Letters.
20Burke, Frank. The Nature of Change in Variety Lights.
21Byers, John R., Jr. Whatever Happened to Lady Rowena?
22Calhoun, Richard J. Blithedale Revisited as Romance: 125 Years After.
23Carter, Eltse B. Establishing Standards: The Challenge of the Future.
24Civera, Marco B. The Place of Piedmontese Among the Romance Languages.
25Clark, John R. A Bevy of Negations Invade the Popular Arts.
26Cooke, John. 'Tist Mysterious Surely and fantastic Strange: Art and Artist in the Plays of George Fitzmaurice.
27Darst, David H. Hidden Truths and Wrong Assumptions in La Verdad Sospechosa.
28Daugherty, Evelyn N. Rose Terry Cooke and the CHildren of the Sphinx.
29Dawson, Robert L. Writers and Arists: Some Notes on the French Illustrated Book of the Eighteenth Century.
30de Armas, Frederick A. The Flowering Almond Tree: Tragic Foreshadowing in Golden Age Drama.
31Deats, Sara M. Myth and Metamorphosis in Marlowe's Edward II.
32Denton, Ramona. The Eustace Diamonds: Trollope's Book of Odd Women.
33Dressman, Micahel R. Whitman's Philological Writings and Notes.
34Eason, Douglas O. Teaching Literature in the Two-Year College.
35Ewing, James M., Jr. Confessions of a Slow Learner.
36Fear, David E. Technical Writing in the Two-Year College.
37Fleck, Eva M. The Departure Scene in Hartmann's Gregorious and Chretiens Cliges.
38Foreman, Walter C. Fellini's "Notebook".
39Fouts, George M. Remediation: The Essential Part of the Two-Year College.
40Garci-Gomez, Miguel. La Generacion Laureada: Su Perfil Humanistico.
41Gerato, Erasmo G. The Challenge of Discovery: Teh Problem of Verifying and Justifying a Newly Discovered Literary Work.
42Goslee, Nancy M. Shaped and Palpable Gods: From Sculpture to Picture in Keats's Hyperion Poems.
43Green, Carlanda. The Custom-House: Hawthorne's Dark Wood of Error.
44Guzzardo, John. The Noble Castle and the Eighth Gate.
42Hammond, John G. The Grammar of Suffering in Auden's Musee Des Beaux Arts.
43Handelsman, Micahel H. Bruna, soroche y los tios: An Ecuadorian Woman Writer's Contribuition to Contemporary Feminist Fiction.
44Hart, Dabney. Italian Painting in a Miner's Cottage.
45Henry, Freeman G. Charles Baudelaire and Alfred Rethel's A Death-Dance of the Year 1848.
46Hollenbeck, Josette C. Le Sous-Conversations dans Berenice.
47Horton, Ronald A. The Argument of Spenser's Garden of Adonis.
48Hutchinson, E.R. Student Grading: A Diagnostic and Teaching Tool.
49Irwin, Ilse H. Klagemauer und Sterngebärerin: Zur Mehrdeutigkeit der NachMetapher in der Lyrik von Nelly Sachs.
50Jentsch, Lynda J. El Mar en la Poesia de Federico Garcia Lorca y Pedro Salinas. 2 copies.
51Johnson, Joan. Jorge Luis Borges and John Barth: The Physics of Art.
52Josephs, Allen. Lydia and Federico: Towards a Historical Approach to Lorca Studies.
53Kenner, Hugh. The Word as Sentence.
54Kimball, Sue. A Strange Interlude in Yoknapatawpha.
55King, Anne. Women's Romances from 1789 to 1850: From the Heroine of Sensibility to the Angel in the House.
56Koon, William. Jonathan Swift, Lemuel Gulliver, and the English Tongue.
57Kraft, Helga. Gabrielle Wohmann: The Diminishing Role of Men in Wohmann's Society.
58Kramer, Dewey W. The King as Classicist: Frederick the Great's Schrift über die deutsche Literatur.
59Kuk, Zenon M. Who Was the Author of the Igor Tale?
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271Leiter, Sharon. Mandel'stam's "Pogovorim o Rime - divnij grad!"
2Leon, Philip W. Logic and the Composition Course: Source and Method.
3Levy, Isaac J. Folklore and the Spanish Jew.
4Lu, John H.T. A Functional Analysis of the Extent COntruction in Mandarin.
5Lyday, Leon F. Egon Wolff's Flores de papel: An Analysis.
6McCash, June H. Marie de Champagne and Eleanor of Aquitaine: A Relationship Re-Examined.
7McCaskey, Micahel. Imagery and Affect in the Lyric Poetry of Li Ching and Li Yu.
8McKay, Janet H. Recent Linguistic Research on Point of View and Its Relevance to LIterary Study.
9Marban, Jorge A. The Current Status of Galician in Spain.
10Marsaud, Marilyne. La Fête Sanglante au Dix-Huitième Siècle.
11Mead, David G. Cabals and Conspiracies in Recent Popular Fiction.
12Mendillo, Delores F. The Teaching of Italian.
13Monga, Luigi. Misogyny or Feminism? A Topos in the Renaissance Novella.
14Moore, John A. Buero and Sastre: Two Microcosmic Views of War.
15Morris, D. Hampton. The Creative Word: Mallarme and Esoteric Theories of Language.
16Mujica, Barbara. The Wizard in the Spanish Pastoral Novel.
17Nahrogang, W. Lee. Nontraditional Features of Heinrich Böll's War Books.
18New, Melvyn. Profaned and Stenciled Texts: In Search of Pynoch's V.
19Newman, Anne. Elizabeth Bishop's Vision of Ezra Pound.
20Parker, Ivol G. Characterization as Post-Impressionism.
21Patterson, Dan. The Vine Image in Shaker Song: A Case Study in the Role of Inspiration in the Development of a Folk-Song Repertory.
22Peppard, Victor. Structural Patterns in Solzhenitsyn's Short Stories.
23Perlette, John. Exprest Heiroglyphics: Ben Jonson's "The Houre-Glasse".
24Perry, Anne A. One Aspect of the Platonic Tradition as Reflected in Medieval Social Satire.
25Peyton, Henry H., III. Dreme he Barfot, Dreme he Shod.
26Raymond, Michael W. Teachign Writing: Is Opportunity Spelled with an "F"?
27Rea, John A. Language and Form in a Short Poem of Robert.
28Resch, Margit. Das Symbolische Erlebnis in Hofmannsthals Märchen von der Verschleierten Frau.
29Robinson, James A. Eugene O'Neill and the Theatre of the Absurd.
30Rubin, David L. The Knot of Artifice: A Poetic of Corneille's La Veuve.
31Sanderlin, Reed. Narrator and Negative Ethic in Melville's Bartleby.
32Santi, Enrico M. Alturas de Macchu Picchu: Neruda's Prophecy of Writing.
33Schmidt, Jan Z. & Whitaker, Charles F. First Personal Singular: Students Writing in Journals.
34Schuchard, Ronald. The Luck of the Abbey: Yeats and the Masquers Society, London 1903.
35Schürer, Ernst. Georg Büchners Dantons Tod und Tankred Dorsts Toller: Ahnlichkeiten und Unterschiede in zwei Revolutionsdramen.
36Siemens, William L. Vargas llosa's Pantaleon: Anti-Hero and Non-Renewal.
37Simpson, Hassell A. Theme, Structure, and Symbol in Steinbeck's The Red Pony.
38Smith, Albert. Variations on an Archetypal Theme: Hoffmann, Gautier, Queneau and The Imagery of Mining.
39Smith, Roch. Malraux's Miroir des Limbes and the Orphic Temptation.
40Snyder, Stephen. Perspective in Amarcord: Releasing the Image.
41Sparrow, W. Keats. A Potpourri of Publications Appropriate for Two-Year Colelge English Teachers or Students Including Textbooks, Teachers' Handbooks, Monographs, and Professional Periodicals with Special Consideration for Publications on Business-Technical Writing.
42Spartano, Philip J. Emilio de Marchi, Il Cappello del prete and Luigi Capuana, Il Marchese di Roccaverdina: A Comparative Study.
43Spivey, Ted R. Archetypes of Modernity in Mann, Joyce, and Eliot.
44Swingle, L.J. Romanticism and the Problem of Systems.
45Tharpe, Coleman W. The Oral Storyteller in Hawthorne's Novels.
46Ulfers, Friedrich. Tragic Ritual in Kafka's A Country Doctor.
47Vinson, Fleming G. Updates and Developments of Dissertations in the Minor and Median Romance languages.
48Walker, Melissa. Doris Lessing and the George Eliot Paradigm.
49Wang, Joseph Yu-hsu. What Form of Characters Should We Teach: Simplified or Complex? And How?
50Weaver, Jack W. Moore, O'Casey, and Gogarty: An Unholy Trinity; Blasphemy as a Source for Irish Parody.
51Williams, Harry F. Towards a Definition of Courtly Literature.
52Williamson, Eugene. Thomas Hardy and Friedrich Neitzsche: The Reasons.
53Willis, J.H. The Preface to New Signatures and the Presence of T.S. Eliot.
54Wolper, Roy S. I Sing... Muse! Belinda's Only Lover.



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2755Abraham, George R. A Community College English Curriculum Which Works.
56Adkins, Betty V. The Leopard on the Mountain in "The Snows of Kilimanjaro".
57Alber, Charles J. Sunflower Splendor Deflowered.
58Alden, Douglas W. Report on Two Twentieth-Century Bibliographies.
59Alt, Arthur T. The Significance of Time and Space for Kleist's Novellas. A Typological Study Based on Helmut Schanze's Word Index.
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281Baldwin, Karen & Kirkland, James W. Folklore and the English Curriculum.
2Bargainnier, Earl F. hissing the Villain, Cheering the Hero: The Social Function of Melodrama.
3Barrette, Paul. Structure in the Fourteenth-Century Miracles de Notre Dame.
4Barricelli, Jean-Pierre. Illustrators of Dante: Butticelli, Blake, Dore, Natini, and Rauschenberg.
5Bassman, Michael F. Gender in the Romanian Language.
6Baumann, Sally E. Ethical Economy in the Maxims of La Rouchefoucauld.
7Beckage, Donna. Fogazzaro and the Interpretation of Music: His "versioni dalla musica" in Fedele et altri racconti.
8Bird, Christine. The Return Journey in To Jerusalem and Back.
9Bjorklund, Beth. Klopstock's Poetic Revisions: The Emergence of German as a Prosodic Language.
10Bratton, Edward W. The Charge of Prejudice Against Hazlitt's Criticism: A Case in Point.
11Briegel, Ann C. Re: What Writing Skills Should the Entering Student Have to Predict Success in Community College Writing Classes and in Other Classes in Which Writing Ability is Necessary.
12Brittin, Ruth L. & Norma A. A Break with Tradition in Popular American Nature Poetry?
13Broderick, John P. Casual, Careful, and Formal Styles of English: An Empirical Study.
14Brown, May C. The Language of Self-Imprisonment: Quentin Compson in The Sound and the Fury.
15Burkhart, Sylvia D. Anna Seghers: Pseudo in Name Only.
16Burton, Thomas G. A Ballad Outlaw's Self-Concept.
17Butters, Ronald R. Towards a Unified Perspective on Final Unstressed Vowels in Appalachain English.
18Campion, Edmund J. Classical Rhetoric and Bossuet's Sermon sur la Providence (1622)
19Cancalon, Elaine D. La Structure du Système dans Les Caves du Vatican: Approche sémique. 2 Copies.
20Canine, Karen M. Faulkner's Stacked Relatives in Absalom, Absalom!
21Carter, Boyd G. Los Goncourt en el Modernismo.
22Caughie, Pamela L. The Image of Women in Jewish-American Literature: A Cultural Study of Characterization in Bellow, Malamud, and Roth.
23Clinard, Turner N. Robert Frost's Seesaw.
24Cocco, Mia. Charles D'Orleans and the Italian Sources of His Poetry.
25Cranston, Bachelard. Ding and Werk: Heidegger and the Dialectics of Bachelard's Image.
26Cunningham, William L. Zur Wassersymbolik in Theodor Storms Novellen.
27de Armas, Frederick A. Metamorphosis as Revolt: Cervantes' Persiles y Sigismunda and Carpentier's El Reino de este mundo.
28Deer, Irving. The Master Builder as Metadrama.
29Donaldson, Randall. Grimmelschausen's Use of the Mentor-Pupil Configuration in Der Abentheurliche Simplicissimus Teutsch.
30Doyle, Charles C. The Long-Since Stolen Corpse.
31Duke, Elizabeth F. The Syntax of Questions in Shakespeare's English.
32Ehrman, Madeline E. Student-Centered Teaching of Southeast Atlantic Languages.
33Elliott, Philip L. Tenneyson and Spiritualism.
34Engelhardt, Klaus. The Autonomist Movement of Corsica.
35Fearing, Bertie E. Basic Bibliography on Research in English.
35Fearing, Bertie E. When it's One Down and 1,249 Themes to Go, It's Time to Establish a Realistic Teaching Load for English Teachers.
36Fein, David. An Example of the Poetic Personality of Colin Muset.
37Finch, Patricia S. Magic and Religion in the Tragedia Policiana.
38Finneran, Richard J. W.B. Yeats's Reprisals and Crazy Jane and the King: Textual Problems in Two Posthumously Published Poems.
39Fitzgerald, Mary. C.E. Lawrence's Swift and Stella: a Probable Source for W.B. Yeats' The Words upon the Window-pane.
40Foley, John M. Story Pattern in Serbo-Croatian Oral Epic.
41Folks, Jeffery J. A Developmental Writing Course for the Liberal Arts Student.
42Gardner, Joseph H. Decoding Rosesetti: Sonnets II and III of The House of Life.
43Gathercole, Patricia M. Petrarch and the Fine Arts: Illuminations on the French Petrarch Manuscripts at the Bibliotheque Nationals.
44Greene-Gantzberg, Vivian Y. Det Man Nodig Taler Om: unspoken assumptions underlying the continuity of family and friend life in 19th century Danish Narrative.
45Greenwood, Elaine. Help wanted? Tapping Personnel to help Students Develop Adequate Wrtiing Skills.
46Griffith, Kelley, Jr. Sylvia as Hero in Sara Orne Jewett's "A White Heron"
47Grothmann, Wilhelm H. Siegfried Lenz' Deutschstunde: Eine Würdigung der Kunst Emil Noldes.
48Hase, Donald P. Gerard de Nerva's Magnum Opus: Alchemy in Literature and Life.
49Hedges, Inez. The Alchemy of the Word: Dadaist and Surrealist Literature.
50Hogsett, A. Charlotte. Choderlos de Laclos and Germaine de Stael.
51Holtan, Orley I. Ibsen and the Modern Sensibility.
52Hower, Alfred. "Noigandres" As in Arnault Daniel, Ezra Pound, and the Concrete Poets of Brazil.
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291Hudelston, Jesse D. The Braswell Boys: A Century Later.
2Huguelet, Theodore L. A Silver Jubilee Lecture on Freshman Composition for the Golden Anniversary of SAMLA.
3Idol, John L., Jr. Untangling the Skein of Names: Exercises in Shared Composition.
4Johnson, Nancy W. Assessing, Counselling, Placing: Finding Out What Entering Students Can Do.
5Kalogera, Lucy S. Yeats's Celtic Mysteries.
6Keech, Rea. Decadence in Kawabata's Novels.
7La Charite, Raymond C. Chaptorial Division and Narrative Structure in Rabelais's Pantagruel.
8Leonard, D.C. Swift, Gay, Whiston, and the Comet.
9Levenson, J.C. Adams Abroad: An Historical Pilgrim's Progress.
10Lide, Barbara. Strindberg and the Piece Bien Faite.
11McCarthy, Kevin. The Image of the Turk in Western Literature.
12McCaskey, Michael. Masoka Shiki's Rediscovery of Buson as a Haiku Master.
13McClellan, Jane. The Symbology of Numbers in Blake's Book of Urizen.
14McDonald, E. Milton. The Green Uprising: The Struggle of Eros in the Recent Fiction of Pynchon, Heller, and Gaddis.
15McElrath, Joseph R., Jr. Frank Norris's Attitude Toward the Popular Readership.
16McGavran, James H., Jr. The Prelude and The Waves: Romantic Selfhood.
17Margitic, Milorad R. Andromaque ou la Lecture des Signes: Etude de L'Ironie Tragique.
18Maurino, Ferdinando D. The Italians: In Cinema Perspective
19Meese, Elizabeth A. The Prespective of Otherness and the Southern Woman Writer.
20Mehl, Jane. Untitled. Re: Catharina Regina von Greiffenberg.
21Michael, Nancy C. The Generic Structure of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors.
22Miller, Michael I. Literary Dialect in Tobacco Road.
23Moore, Jack B. W.E.B.Du Bois and Women's Rights.
24Moorman, Charles. The Mabinogion as Epic: Notes Toward an Understanding of the Four Branches.
25Morgan, Jean K. Anderson's Winesburg, Ohio: A Faulkner Source.
26Nash, Jerry C. Stoicism and the Stoic Theme of Honestum in early French Renaissance Literature.
27Nelson, Randy F. The Poe Paratexts: Interpretive Illustrations and Acquired Meaning in Selected Works.
28Nettles, Margaret. The Latitude of Bears: Imagination and Perception in William Byrd's The History of the Dividing Line.
29O'Flaherty, James C. Origin of Language and the Dignity of Man: Hamann contra Herder.
30Owen, Guy. Folk Motifs in Erskine Caldwell's Cyclorama of the South.
31Rahomov, George S. Tense, Aspect, and the Verbs of Motion.
32Paolini, Gilbert. Tipos Psicopaticos en la Novela de Alejandro Sawa.
33Parker, Alice. Telling the Tale: A Study in Myth and Meaning.
34Perry, Anne A. Pour une Edition de la Passion des Jongleuers.
35Petrey, Sandy. The Language of '93 in Quatrevingt-Treize.
36Petrovska, Marija. A Czech "Felibre".
37Pickett, T.H. Is Art a Sweet Disorder?
38Procopiow, Norma. Poor Measured, Neurotic Man: Robert Lowell's Day by Day.
39Radcliffe, P.T. Patristic Exegesis Applied to Genius's Sermon in Jean de Meung's Portion of the Roman de la Rose.
40Rickard, Kay W. Swin burne's Search for Self and the Myth of the Holy Poets.
41Roberts, D.H. Know Thyself: Masturbation as Metaphor in Ulysses.
42Roberts, Jeanne A. Animal Signs in Shakespeare's Psychic Landscapes.
43Ruffo-Fiore, Silvia. A Report on the Vico/Venezia Conference.
44Schulman, Ivan A. Modernismo y modernidad en la poesia de Vicente Huidobro.
45Sedgwick, Ellery. Fireworks.
46Sessions, William A. The Release of Scudamour: A Renaissance Methodolgy.
47Sena, John F. Belinda's Hysteria: The Medical Context of the Rape of the Lock.
48Simon, Roland H. Sémiotique littéraire: Grand Méchant Loup ou apport critique positive?
49Sizemore, Christine W. Ridgeway's Militant Weekly and the Serial Verson of Conrad's Secret Agent.
50Smoot, Jean J. Realismo Social en la Obra de Dolores Medio.
51Southard, Bruce. From Black to White: William Faulkner's Use of Dialect in his Lucal Beauchamp Stories.
52Stanley, Patricia H. Ilse Aichinger's Absurd "I".
33Steer, A.G., Jr. The Hunter Ensnared: Symbolism in Gothe's "Der Mann von funfzig Jahren."
54Stern, Guy. Goetz Soll Leben: Unity and Unities in Goethe's Goetz von Berlichiggen.
55Taney, Retta M. Untitled. Re: John Synge's Deirdre of the Sorrows.
56Tanzy, Eugene. Count Gismond and Browning's Pact of Creatureship.
57Taylor, Beverly. Shelley's Philosophical Perspective and Thematic Concerns in "The Cloud".
58Tenney, Thomas A. Mark Twain's Friendship with John Ross Browne.
59Terry, Edward D. El otoño de patriarca: Vehicle of Social Protest.
60Thesing, Dr. Wiliam B. Popular Composition: Should the Inmates Run the Asylum.
61Toole, William B. The Nurse's Vast irrelevance: Thematic Foreshadowing in Romeo and Juliet.
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301Torchiana, Donald T. The Ending of The Dead: I Follow Saint Patrick.
2Tuttle, Heath. The Structure of Written Vocabulary: Evidence from Rabelais' Five Books.
3Vaughn, Robert C. The Poetical and the Existential: W.H. Auden's The Age of Anxiety.
4Wilson, Audrey V. Rilke: The Dead are Occupied.
5Wimsatt, Mary Ann. Manners and Romance in Simm's Late Fiction.
6Wright, Chad C. The Archaeology of Hell: Felicismo Carnicero's House in Galdos' Lost Apostolicos.



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307Allen, Barbara. A Folkloristic Look at Shirley Jackson's "The Lottery".
8Andreas. James R. The Rhetoric of Chaucerian Comedy: The Aristotelian Legacy.
9Arnold, A. James. Valéry Autobiographe.
10Aronson, Nicole. Les Conversation Morales de Mlle de Scudéry et leur évolution.
11Baker, Dorothy Z. From Pan to Pitre: Authorial Masks in Modern Self-Reflexive Poetry.
12Bassman, Michael. Romania and the English-Speaking World.
13Bayuk, Milla. Topicalization in Translation of Poetry: Form vs Content.
14Bell, Robert F. A Woman Scorned: Observations on the Medea Plays of Euripides, Hans Henry Jahnn, and Jean Anouilh.
15Bollier, E.P. The Eccentric Pilgrim: The Progress of Conrad Aiken's Poetry.
16Boris, Edna Z. The Interdisciplinary Challenge.
17Boudreau, Harold. The Functions of Death for Galdos: Some Structuralist Perspectives.
18Bowen, Barbara. Mercury at the Crossroads in Renaissance Emblems.
19Brashear, Lucy. Awake ye muses nine: Emily Dickenson's Prototype Poem.
20Bryant, Hallman B. Reading the Map in A Good Man is Hard to Find.
21Cailler, Bernadette. L'Aventure Ambigue, Autobiographie ou Histoire d'un Peuple.
22Cancalon, Elaine D. Il Deserto dei tartari as a Novel of the Absurd.
23Caughie, Pamela. Women's Literary Language and its Cultural Significance.
24Clifton, Debi. Book of the Duchess and the Tragedy of Mutability.
25Cobb, Carl. Federico Garcia Lorca y un Romance Gitano Rechazado.
26Connelly, Maureen. Concentric Layers of Consciousness in the Writing of Blue Voyage.
27Cooper, Clara B. The Androgynous Characters in Hermann Hesse's Siddhartha.
28Crantford, Carey S. Is There a Latino Revival?
29Darnell, Donald. The Deerslayer: Cooper's Tragedy of Manners.
30Davis, Joseph. The Oresteian Hero in the Modern Age.
31de Armas, Frederick A. Lope de Vega and the Hermetic Tradition: The Case of Dardanio in La Arcadia.
32de Oliveira, Celso. On Translating Graciliano Ramos.
33Dendle, Brian J. Perspectives of Judgement: A Reexamination of Gloria.
34Dias, Lyris G. As Garças e a Linguagem Objetiva de Guimarães Rosa.
35Dolmetsch, Carl. Steddy and his Friends: The Personae of William Byrd II.
36Ellis, Frances. From Chronology to Mythology: Teaching Students to Read Fiction.
37Entzminger, Robert L. Samson Agonistes and the Power of Language.
38Fernandez-Jimenez, Juan. Amor Cortes en el Tratado Notable de Amor.
39Friedman, Lenemaja. David Garrick (1717-1799) Two Hundred Years Later.
40Greene-Gantzberg, Vivian. En Jøde og samtidige jødiske skildringer.
41Guillet-Rydell, Mireille. Geis in the Preton Anonymous Lays.
42Hecht, Leo. Tolstoj and Education.
43Hellerstein, Nina. Paul Claudel et L'Autobiographie.
44Herring, Phillip. What is Overdone and Underdone in James Joyce Studies.
45Hinze, Klaus-Peter. Gruppe 1926 Notizen und Dokumente.
46Hoag, Ronald. A Second Controlling Myth in John Updike's The Centaur.
47Johnson, Julie G. Bernal Diaz and the Women of the Conquest.
48Jones, George F. The Hundeshagen Illusrator and Artistic Contamination.
49Joyner, Nancy C. The Little Jokes on God of Dickinson and Frost.
50Kincaid-Ehlers, Elizabeth. Undivided Minds: Are There Female Concepts of Order and Do they Translate into Verbal Structures?
51Kraft, Kent T.Is There a Courtly Mysticism?
52Kratz, Henry. Is Hrafnkel's Saga a Roman a Clef?
53Krispyn, Egbert. Gryphius' Gibeoniter: Eine Retuchierte Kopie.
54Kuk, Zenon. On Kochanowski's Laments.
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311Lagmanovich, David. Tres Cautivas: Echeverria, Ascasubi, Hernandez.
2Langhorst, Rick. The Unknown United States.
3Lhamon, W.T., Jr. Dadapunk.
4Lide, Barbara. Strindberg's Fadren: The Real, The Fictive, The Mythical, and The Symbolic.
5Litz, A. Walton. Origins of Modernism.
6Ludington, Townsend. Conservative Revisionism? Recent Portrayals of Americans in the Vietnam War.
7McClure, Paul E. Dialectal Variation in the Work of Harry Stillwell Edwards.
8McNair, John R. Read on This Book: The Binding of Nineteenth-Century American Gift Books.
9Manning, Ambrose. The Significance of Trees in Child Ballads.
10Marshall, Harry B. Web and Raptor, Heart, Fire and Burning: Parallel Image Configurations in Goethe's Iphigenie auf Tauris and Torquato Tasso.
11Marten, Harry. There is Nothing so Suits the Soul as Change: Conrad Aiken's Poetry to 1936.
12Martin, Jane B. Jericho and God's Images: The Old Dickey Theme.
13Matalene, Carolyn. Teaching the Reading Process.
14Maurino, F.D. The Breaking of Heaven (Paradiso, XXVII).
15Mews, Siegfried. Günter Grass' Der Butt: An Anti-feminist Novel?
16Elinor, Miller. A New Reading of Ronsard's Panegyrique de la Renommee.
17Miller, Michael I. Ash Cakes, Batter Bread, and the Brutal Truth.
18Millgate, Michael. The Book Stops Here: Thomas Hardy and the Problem of Authorial Longevity.
19Mizejewski, Linda. New Myths in the Anthologies: Atwood's Circle.
20Morot-Sir, Edourd. Le Memorial de Pascal et L'intertexte Biblique.
21Morrison, Gail M. "Books, Fruit, French Wine and Fine Weather and a Little Music.."
22Norrow, Patrick D. Rolvaag's Giants in the Earth as Tragedy.
23Murphy, Marguerite. Invention: Teaching Without a Text.
24Nelson, Marie. "Wot" and "not," "wist," "nist," and "unwist": Knowing and Not-knowing in Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde.
25Neugaard, Edward J. Aranes.
26Obernberg, Alfred. Die Einstellung der Literaturwissenschaft des 18. Jahrhunderts zum Dialekt.
27Olsen, Norman, Jr. Twentieth Century Charleston: A Gift Book Paradise.
28Owens, Coilin. James Joyce's 'Counterparts': Ireland and the Bar of English Justice.
29Parker, Herschel. Authorial Revision and the Problem of "Built-In" intentionality.
30Paschal, Mary. The Structure of Roman d'Eneas.
31Pederson, Lee. Lags (1968-1979): From Field Work to Global Description.
32Phelps, Leland R. The Research Potential of the Harold Jantz Collection.
33Phillips, Betty S. Lexical Diffusion and Southern Tune, Duke, News.
34Putzell, Sara M. Attracting the Majority: M.E. Braddon and George Eliot.
35Ramsey, William M. Melville's 'Gee: A Literary Imposture.
36Rea, John A. A Pigrim Figure in Jaufre Rudel.
37Reid, Robert L. Man, Woman, Child or Servant: Family Heirarchy as a Figure of Tripartite Psychology in The Faerie Queene.
38Robillard, Douglas. The Supernatural in the Poetry of Conrad Aiken.
39Rollins, Peter C. Two Articles in Support of the American Humor Studies Association's Will Rogers Centennial Celebration.
40Rothschild, Judith R. Marie de France's Equitan and Chaitivel: fin'amors or fabliau?
41Rountree, Mary M. The Priest of Consciousness in the Novels.
42Rutherford, Charles S. Rhetoric and Prophecy in Toilus' Last Speech to Chriseyde.
43Rutledge, Harry C. Vergil's Dido in Modern Literature.
44Sanchez, J. Dennis. The Fall and Redemption of teh Chorus Girl in the Early 20th Century Catalan Drams.
45Schefski, Harold K. Ejxenbaum and "Skaz".
46Schenck, David P. Views of Chretien's Use of Time and Space.
47Schomber, Judith. A Sequence of Grief in Roncesvalles.
48Schultze, Sydney. Settings in The Brothers Karamazov.
49Schurfranz, Barbara. Repetition and the Divisions of the Chanson de Guillaume.
50Scott, P.G. Tenneyson and the Victorian Study of Langauge.
51Seidel, Karthryn L. Holistic Criticism: How to Select the Canon.
52Seyler, Dorothy. No Damn Cat, No Damn Cradle: Teaching Students to live with Symbols.
53Sherman, Marilyn R. Murphy's Law as Contemporary Metaphor.
54Simpson, John. Njals Saga: Reconciliation Beyond the Law.
55Sinka, Margit M. The Central Symbol in Two Novellas: A Litearry Evaluation (Meyer's Die Hochzeit des Mönchs and Stifter's Bergkristall),
56Sitterson, Joseph C. Unmeaning Miracles in The Ancient Mariner.
57Smith, Gilbert. What Does Art Do? 18th Century Publishers, Patrons, and Commentators of the Quixote.
58Spacagna, Antoine. L'epreuve et/ou le jeu et les preuves.
59Standley, Fred L. Go Tell It on the Mountain: Religion as the Indirect Method of Indictment.
60Stewart, Joan H. Claudine a l'Ecole and its Pendant Redemption: La Maison de Claudine.
62Stewart, Philip. Marivaux in Utopia?
63Strong, Sally H. Farewell to the Cat in the Rain.
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321Tax, Petrus W. Iweins Eheprobleme und Gaweins Negative Rolle.
2Thoenelt, Klaus. Vom Untertan Zum Verbraucher: Heinrich Manns und Heinrich Bölls Moralistische Deutschlandkritik.
3Thomas, J.W. The Theme of Hartmann's Iwein.
4Thompson, Irene. The Left Bank Aperitifs of Jean Rhys and Earnest Hemingway, Vintage the 1920s and 1930s.
5Tomlinson, David. American Literature as it is Taught: A Report of A Regional and National Survey of Colleges and Universities.
6Townsend, Francis G. On Reading Ruskin: The Middle Years.
7Unger, Richard. Blake, Hölderlin, and Classical Values.
8Valis, Noel M. Eden and the Tree of Knowledge in Fernan Caballero's Clemencia.
9Wall, John N. Jr. I Might Invoke Thy Name: The Poetics of Persuasion in Donne's Anniversaries.
10Wardlaw, Frances D. El villano en su rincon: Lope's Rejection of the Pastoral Dream.
11Waterman, Arthur. Aiken's Short Stories.
12Weber, Harold. The Impotent Libertine in Restoration Comedy.
13Winton, Calhoun. Reflections on Eighteenth-Century Tragedies.
14Woodell, Harold. The Eagle Stretches Out Her Wings: The Image of America in the Nineteenth Century Gift Books and Annuals.
15Wrobel, Arthur. Phrenological Thought and the Nineteenth Century Democratic Ideology.
16Yost, George. Keats' Halfway Zone.



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3217Adams, Stephen. The Hole in Thoreau's Week.
18Adelstein, Michael E. Reader Take All: The Theory and Practice of Teaching Composition.
19Agar, John. Vietnam Casualties.
20Albrecht, W.P. Hazlitt, Keats, and the Tragic Sublime.
21Anderson, Phillip B. Transformations of Swift and teh Development of Swift's Satiric Vision in Verse on the Death of Dr. Swift.
22Aprile, Max. History and Vision of History: The Example of Salammbo.
23Artinian, Robert W. Pride's Prejudice: Representing War's reality in Nineteenth-Century France.
24Bradley, Linda. Modern Parody as a Mode: The "Structuralist Imagination" as Comparitive Literature.
25Barge, Laura. Bradstreet's Poems on Death: Tension Between Spirit and Matter.
26Bartolozzi, Vanni. Le dolci rime Elemento Disgregatore del Convivio.
27Beale, Walter H. Linguistics and Composing: Prospects for the 80s.
Also contains Linguistics in the University Curriculum by Michael R. Dressman and Discourse is the Wide Road of the Eighties by David J. Amate.
28Bejel, Emilio. La Letra y el Espiritu en Paradiso.
29Bell, Elizabeth S. Television's Incredible Hulk as the Modern Grail Quest.
30Bergeron, David M. Simon Gray's Butley and Shakespeare.
31Best, Thomas W. Gryphius and the Squentz Stoff.
32Binder, Henry. The Red Badge of Courage Manuscript.
33Blaney, Benjamin. The Literary Application of the Initiatory Ritual Pattern in the Grettis Saga.
34Bodine, Jay F. Max Frisch's Little White Lies: Self-discovery and Engagement Through Skepsis of Language and Perspective.
35Bodziock, Joseph. The Prismed Eye: Television and the Works of Jerzy Kosinski.
36Boltz, Carol J. Teaching Style without Grammar or A Word in Time Saves Nine.
37Brewer, Jeutonne P. Research in the 1980s: Predictions and Petitions.
38Brewer, Jeutonne P. & Reising, R.W. Tokens in the Pocosin.
39Brooker, Jewel. T.S. Eliot on Collaboration in Art and Life.
40Brown, Emerson, Jr. Geoffrey Chaucer: Master of the Lydgate Line.
41Brown, John L. The Creative Writer as Comparatist: The Example of V. Larbaud.
42Burgos, Fernando. Espacios de la Modernidad y la Critica.
43Chu, Chauncey C. Surface Variations in CHinese and their Semantic Correlates.
44Cobb, Eulalia B. Devotion and Dread: Joan Maragall's Goigs a la Verge de Nuria.
45Colaianne, Anthony. Untitled. Re: Sir Philip Sidney and the English Renaissance.
46Conroy, Peter V., Jr. Image claire, Image trouble dans l'Histoire d'une Grecque Moderne de Prevost.
47Cook, Ann J. Shakespeare's Merry Marriages.
48Corriher, Kurt. Nestroy's Rtional Scepticism.
49Curb, Rosemary. Mounting Anger into Power: Alienation and Channeled Anger in Women's Theater. 2 copies.
50Daydi-Tolson, Santiago. Literatura de lo Fantastico y el Lenguaje de lo Inefable.
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2de Rocher, Gregory. Sex and Medicine: Popular Beliefs in Sixteenth-Century France.
3Dixon, Paul B. The Geography-Anatomy Metaphor in Joao Cabral de Melo Neto's Morte e vida severina.
4Diz, Marta A. El Binomio Patronio/Lucanor: Exegesis e Interpretación del Texto.
5Donnelly, Jerome. Fathers and Sons: The Normative Basis of Dryden's Absalom and Achitophel.
6Dorrill, Masako. Teaching Japanese as Total Communication: The Importance of Cultural Understanding.
7Eddins, Dwight. Emily Dickinson and the Rites of Dionysus.
8Edmiston, William F. Diderot's Use of Dialogue as Narrative Technique.
9Ehrman, Madeline. Thoughts on Issues Involved in Teaching Cross-Culturally.
10Englekirk, Allan. The Destruction of Realism in the Prose Fiction of Joao Guimaraes Rosa.
11Faraci, Mary E. The Beginnings of the Medievalist's Text.
12Fernandez-Rubio, Ramon. Interpretacion de "El Pajaro" de Pedro Salinas.
13Free, Mary G. Competency Testing: Its Effects on Instruction and Style.
14Frink, Orrin. Soem Comments on Case Structures in Russian.
15Gallagher, Philip J. The Role of Raphael in Samson Agonistes.
16Garcia, Ruben. Clarice Lispector: A Feminist Perspective.
17Garmon, Gerald. The Silmarillion: Tolkein's "Paradise Lost"
18Goebel, Ulrich. Zur Lexikographie des Deutschen das Frühneuhochdeutsche Wörterbuch.
19Golden, Kenneth L. Apollo, Dionysus, and the Child Archetype: The Immoralists of Andre Gide and Thomas Mann.
20Gray, Eugene F. La Debacle: National Defeat and Personal Myth.
21Green, Paul D. Milton and the Problem of Suicide: A Reading of Samson Agonistes.
22Haberland, Paul M. The Role of Art in the Writings of Barbara Frischmuth.
23Hagen, Holger. Hagen: Vom Heerführer zum Totenführer.
24Hall, Anne D. Reading Seventeenth-Century Prose.
25Hargrove, Nancy D. Merged and Reversed Metaphors in Sylvia Plath's "Lady Lazarus".
26Hark, Ina R. The Letter of Complaint and Its Response: Analyzing the Product.
27Hartsfield, Mariella. The Oral Style of Two Narrators, Grady County, GA.
28Hawkins, Hunt. Forster's Critique of Imperialism in A Passage to India.
29Howard-Hill, Trevor. Problems in Editing Early English Dramatic Manuscripts: 1 Richard II (Woodstock).
30Hugus, Frank. Frank Jaeger's Defeated Protagonists, A "Red Thread"?
31Jackson, Mary Garland. Alienation and Revolt in Flora Tristan's Peregrinations of a Pariah.
Jentsch, Lynda J. Os Poemas de Viagem de Cecilia Meireles: Holanda, India, Italia.
33Johnson, Gary W. "Music Hath Jaws": Decontruction and Play in the Sirens Episode of Ulysses.
34Johnston, Carol. Single-Editor Editions from Manuscript: The Journals of Theodore Parker.
35Jones, Margaret E.W. Goya and his Work: A Literary Emblem of Contemporary Spain.
36Kirkland, James. Folk Medicine: An Interdiscimplinary Approach.
37Koon, William. Tammy Wynette and the Objective Correlative.
38Krickel, Edward. Lord Plushbottom in the Service of the Kingdom: Ford as Editor.
39Kubow, Sally H. Spiral Vision: Luis Martin-Santos' Tiempo de silencio.
40Lacy, Norris J. From the Language of Romance to the Romance of Language: Guillaume de Dole.
41Laychuk, J.L. Ilya Ehrenburg as LIberal Spokeman of Soviet Literature during the 1950s
42Lindemann, Erika. Freshman Composition: An Apology for Service Courses.
43Lund, Micahel. Imaginative Critic: The Victorian Serial Novel Reader.
44McKernan, Joan. Wordsworth's Metrical Debt to Milton: A Study of the Influence of the Versification in Milton's Paradise Regained upon Wordsworth's The Prelude.
45MacKinnon, Norris. How to Be a Hero Without Making a Fool of Yourself: Calderon and Hercules.
46McMahon, Dorothy. Joyce and Menippus.
47McNally, James. Dual Antiromantic Frames in "The Dead".
48Maissen, Augustin. An Update on Romansh.
49Malby, Maria. Contemporary Women Writers in Serbo-Croatian Literature.
50Maraban, Jorge A. De Catro a Catro: A Sailor-poet's Vision of the Sea.
51Margitic, Milorad R. Une Ruse Baroque: La Galerie du Palais.
52Marigold, W.C. A Neglected Literary Center: Hamburg in the Late Baroque Period.
53Marks, Patricia. The "Busy," the "Tipsy," and Henry James.
54May, James E. Water Imagery in The Faerie Queene, Book II.
55Moore, Catherine E. Mrs. Barbauld Reclassified: Champion of Human Rights.
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341Natal, Maria-Jesus Mayans. Personajes Femeninos en Crisis: Las Jovenes Solteras en Entre Visillos.
2Netick, Anne. Fiodor Sologub: The Theatre of One Will and Vanka the Butler and Page Jean.
3Ordoubadian, Reza. Translation and Politics: Dangers of Miscuing.
4Owen, Guy. Obsessive Images in Erskine Caldwell's Fiction.
5Palermo, Joseph. L'Historicite de l'Oeuvre Dramatique de Michel Palmieri de Micciche.
6Perry, Leonard T. Larra's View of the Lower Classes as Percieved in the Articulos.
7Pixton, William H. Standard Organization and Its Value in Freshman Composition.
8Polk, Noel. Untitled. Re: William Faulkner's Manuscripts.
9Poole, Mary A. Projecting Russian Culure Through Literature in an Undergraduate Course.
10Pope, Deborah. Homespun and Crazy Feathers: The Split-Slf in Denise Levertov.
11Porter, Lawrence M. From Chronicle to Novel: Artistic Elaboration in Camus' La Peste.
12Ramsey, William M. Dick Rakes the Leaves: The Basics or Beyond?
13Raymond, Michael W. Affirmation Through Mythic Pluralism in House Made of Dawn.
14Reedy, Daniel R. Theory of the Fantastic and Bioy Casares' La Invencion de Morel.
15Rey-Barreau, Jose L. Matices del Humorismo Galdosiano en Canovas.
16Rich, John S. Landscapes and the Imagination: The Interplay of Folk Etymology and Place Names.
17Rosenburg, Donald K. Wolfram's Fierefiz: Ishmael Redeemed.
18Ruppesburg, Hugh M. Image as Structure in Fulkner's Pylon.
19Russell, J. Stephen. Conditional Creatures: Dido and The House of Fame.
20Salvaggio, Ruth. Pope, Art, and Women.
21Sanchez, J. Dennis. The Social and Literary Significance of Federick Soler's Gatadas.
22Schenck, David P. The Old French Epic and Problems of Definition.
23Scott, Marilyn. The Poetic Persona in Alfred Mombert's Letters: Der Übergang vom ich zum er.
24Sellers, Bettie M. The Traffic is Moving Good Down the Expressway.
25Shaw, Judith D. The High Road: A Study in Gower's Poetic.
26Shilstone, Frederick W. Byron, Dante, and Don Juan's Descent to English Society.
27Simpson, Hassell A. Wilbur Daniel Steele's Influence on Wiilliam Faulkner's Revision of "Beyond".
28Snyder, Robert L. De Quincey's Literature of Power: A Mythic Paradigm.
29Soufas, C. Christopher, Jr. Lope's Elegy to Gongora and the Culteranismo Debate.
30Stevens, J.R. Two Tempest: Shakespeare and Dinesen.
31Stahlberg, Lawrence. The Antimasque and Eureka: Disunity and Unity in The Masque of the Red Death.
32Steer, Alfred G., Jr. Nomen et Omen. Significance of Names in Goethe's Wahlverwandtschaften.
33Stevenson, Catherine B. Anger, Alienation, and African Politics: The Case of Two Victorian 'Lady Travellers'.
34Stowell, Marion B. Folk Science in Early American Almanacs.
35Tani, Stefano. Il Padre Ritrovato di Zeno: Senza Bussola! O la Coscienza di un Gentiluomo Fiorentino.
36Taylor, Beverly. Tenneyson and the Romantic Imagination.
37Tetel, Marcel. montaigne et le tasse: Sexualite/Textualite.
38Thesing, William B. Writing Nasty Letters for the Real World.
39Toulouse, Teresa. Ambivalence and Judgement in Walden: An Approach Through Modes.
40Valentine, Virginia W. The Self-Revelation of Chaucer's Knight: ... and herkneth what I seye.
41Waal, Carla. Death in Ibsen's Last Plays.
42Walpole, Jane R. The Vigorous Pursuit of Grace and Style.
43Weaver, Jack W. Faints and Worms: Musical Connections Between Dubliners and A Portrait.
44Williams, Mary C. Arthurian Legend in Twentieth-Century Popular Culture.
45Wiltrout, Ann E. El Villano del Danubio: Foreign Policy and Literary Structure.
46Wolfe, Phillip. Untitled. Re: Nicolas Fabri de Peiresc's work and Correspondence.
47Wooden, Warren W. Foxe, Milton, and The Martyrs: The Acts and Monuments and Samson Agnistes.
48Woods, William C. Rumors and Random Intelilgence: Some Notes on Apocalypse Now.
49Woody, Lester G. Dialect and Style in the Work of Some Appalachain Writers.
50Zak, Nancy Carpenter. Traditional Aspects of Isolde's Beauty in Gottfried's Tristan.



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3451Abbott, Susan H. The Figure of the Dog in Malte Laurids Bridge. 2 drafts.
52Addison, James C. Spenser's Fowre Hymnes in the LIght of Bruno's De Gil Eroici Furori.
53Albuquerque, Severino J. A Brazilian Intermediary in the Transmission of European Romantic Ideas: Alvares de Azevedo.
54Bradley, Linda. Strange Love-Talk, Is It Not?: Modern Love as Self-Parody.
55Bazin, Nancy T. The Evolution of Doris Lessing's Art from a Mystical Moment to Space Fiction.
56Bekker, Hugo. The Function of God in Gottfried von Strassburg's Tristan.
57Bergoudian, Rita L.S. Sagarana: Redescoberta do Humano.
58Best, Thomas W. Everyman and the Reformation: Naogeorgus' Mercator.
59Bickley, R. Bruce, Jr. Tar-Babies, Fool-Killers, and Blue-Gums on the Big Road: New Perspectives on Joel Chandler Harris and Southern Folklore.
60Blount, Don. Untitled. Re: Parallels between Pasternak and Proust.
61Bollier, E.P. Words Across the Channel: The Absurdities of Influence in the Theatre of the Absurd.
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351Braendlin, Bonnie H. Deconstruction of Bildung in Tono-Bungay and The Razor's Edge.
2Brooker, Jewel S. Eliot and Mallareme: The Barbarous Meal.
3Brown, Ashley. Vinicius de Moraes: A Tribute.
4Buchanan, Harriet C. The Rhetoric of Story Telling: The Conundrum of Being in Katherine Anne Porter's Southern Stories.
5Bussino, Giovanni R. Kaiser Henry V.
6Cancalon, Elaine D. L'Expansion du Texte: Delie de Maurice Sceve, L'Analyse Semantique.
7Cantrell, John B. Form and Discipline: or, How Do We Know About Structure in Discourse.
8Chapple, Richard: Nasty Kids: Satire and Comic Relief.
9Chisnell, Robert E. Chaucer's Neglected Prose.
10Clark, John R. The Modern Satiric Grotesque.
11Cloonan, William. The Monsterous Model in Le Roi des Aulnes.
12Clubbe, John. The Daimonic Unleashed: The Maenads in The French Revolution.
13Coke-Enguidanos, Mervyn R. Sombras y Entes de la Infancia de Juan Ramon.
14Coleman, William L. The Interdisciplinary Program in Linguistics at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.
15Cook, Don L. Realism and the Dangers of Parody in Howell's Fiction.
16Corey, Stephen. Stone That Connives with the Chisel: Seamus Heaney's Field Work.
17Cortes, Dario A. Los Desterrados de Horacio Quiroga, Collecion de Cuentos o Novella?
18Cottingham, Leslie B. The Binding Theme in the Western North Carolina Novels of John Ehle.
19Damiani, Bruno. La Diana and the Visual Arts.
20Darst, David H. The Authorship of Lazarillo de Tormes: A Survey and A Suggestion.
21Davidoff, Judith M. Circular Diction and the Alliterative Revival of the Fourteenth Century.
22Davis, Boyd. Editing Saussure: The text of Text.
23Davis, Patricia E. The Revelation of the Antichrist in Blake's Europe.
24Dawson, Robert. Thomas Simon Gueullette and the Early Gothic.
25de Bernabe, Jose M.P. La Experiencia Interior y la Arquitectura Imaginativa: Lectura de Laberinto de Juan Ramon Jimenez.
26de Neme, Graciela P. Juan Ramon y Las Escritoras y Artistas.
27de Ulloa, Leonor. Engaños y Artificios en Casa de Campo de Jose Donoso.
28de Vries, Jenny. Die Schöne Seele: Philosophical Concept or Cliche?
29Dunne, Michael. Spirals or Circles? Hawthorne's Ironic Quests.
30Eble, Connie C. College Slang and Conversations: Greetings.
31Ellis, Grace W. A Pedagogy for Combining Invention and Design or Helping Students Plan Before They Write.
32Fergerson, SallyAnn H. Chestnutt's "Future American": The Negative Example of Rena Walden.
33Fernandez, Gaston J. La Consagracion de la Primavera: Su Contexto Ctonico.
34Folks, Jeffrey J. Limitation and Invention in the Novels of Walker Percy.
35Foster, Ruel. The Primitivistic Strain in Elizabeth Madox Roberts.
36Franklin, Rosemary F. Derry Farm and Frost's Emergence as a Poet.
37Gies, David T. Romantic Imagery and the Structure of Don Alvaro.
38Goode, WIlliam O. The Recognition Scene in French Classical Tragedy: The Case of Rotrou's Cosroes.
39Graham, Jean B. John Marston and the Masque: A Variation on the Play-Within-a-Play Motif.
40Gravlee, Cynthia. The Significance of the Feminine Presence in Beowulf.
41Green, Carlanda. The Feminine Principle in Seamus Heaney's Poetry.
42Green, Catherine S. The Courtesy Novel: Adversarial Works by Female Novelists.
43Greene-Gantzberg, Vivian. Carnival.
44Gwin, Minrose C. Rebellion and Return: The Pattern of Two Oppressive Relationships in Ship of Fools.
45Hall, Wade. Notes on Place in the Poetry of E.M. Roberts.
46Harper, Margaret M. The Rise and Fall of the Hammered Dulcimer in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Century South.
47Hewitt, Julia C. Alem de Avalovara.
48High, Ellesa C. From Pinch-em Tight to the Calaboose: A Glossary of Plae Names in The Red River Gorge, Kentucky.
49Hogsett, A.C. Prevost's Historie d'une Grecque Moderne as Allegory of Langauge.
50Hottel-Burkhart, Nancy G. & Sanders, Thomas F. Black English and the Teaching of Freshman Composition in the Southeast.
51Howard, John A. The Early Yiddish Kaiser Oktavian of 1580.
52Howard, Martha C. Fifty Years Later and Less: Loss of Dialect in Central West Virginia.
53Ierardo, Domenick. Commedia Dell'arte e Riforma Goldoniana.
54Johnson, David D. The Premiere of Ibsen's An Enemy of the People, 14 April 1893, in Barcelona.
55Joyner, Nancy C. How Grotesque: Varieties of the Form in Modern American Fiction.
56Kauffman, Linda. Rosa Coldfield: The Lover as Artist in Absalo, Absalom!
57Kay, Carol M. Othello's Need for Mirrors.
58Kerr, Roy A. The Second-Self: Dual Identity Characters in Vargas Llosa's Early Fiction.
59Kill, Timothy. The myth of Creation in the Poetry of Juan Ramon Jimenez.
60Kirkland, James W. Traditional Medical Information Systems in Deep Run, North Carolina.
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361Kropf, Carl R. The Solipsistic Criticism of Early American Literature.
2Kuntz, Liesellotte. Utopie in Erich Köhlers Hinter den Bergen.
3Kurtz, Ann W. Hauptmann's Einsame Menschen: A Family Portrait.
4Kuk, Zenon M. Filicide in Gogol's Taras Bulba.
5Langenbruch, Theodor. Werner Heiuczek Seltsame Abenteuer des Parzival: A Case Study of Erberezeption.
6Leonay, J.A. Leo. Southern Colonial Grotesque: Robet Bolling's Neanthe.
7Lewis, Janet. Letters from the Little Country: The Summers of 1919 and 1920.
8Little, Greta D. Language in the Courtroom: The Linguistic Examination of the USC Law School's Clinical Program.
9Lott, Sandra W. Seeing It Through: Eudora Welty's Use of the Grotesque in Her Stories About the Black Experience.
10McCallus, Joseph P. Death of a Naturalist: The Emergence of the Voice.
11McElrath, Joseph R., Jr. Critical Versus Varorium Editions.
12MacKinnon, Norris. Mother of God: Holy Ghosts with Pagan Raiment in the Libro de Buen Amor.
13Martin, Abbie H. Some Remarks on the Hattatal.
14May, James E. The Authority of Accidental Cariants in the Second Edition of Young's Love of Fame.
15Mebane, John S. Structure and Meaning in the Knight's Tale and A Midsummer Night's Dream.
16Moddelmog, Debra A. Katherine Anne Porter: A Cassandra of World War II.
17Mosher, Arthur D. The Story of Baldr's Death: Myth as the Perversion of Christian Faith.
18Parker, Alice. Renee Vivien in the Night Garden of the Spirit.
19Parker, Herschel. G.W. Harris's Sheriff Doltin Sequence.
20Parker, Margaret. La Buena Astucia: Kalilah and Dimnah and the Picaresque Connection.
21Paschal, Mary. Epic Games: The End of the Line.
22Paschall, Douglas. The Functions of Style in Katherine Anne Porter's Fiction.
23Paulson, Micahel G. Variations on a Theme by Marot: Montchrestien's Au Roy.
24Peake, Richard H. Tryin' to Find Home: Sense of Place in Appalachain Literature.
25Petrovska, Marija. Torelli and Maffei: Two Versions of Merope.
26Piriou, Jean-Pierre J. La Condition Paysanne dans le Noeud de Viperes de François Mauriac.
27Probes, Christine M. Calvin on Astrology.
28Przybos, Julia. La Conscience Populaire et le Melodrame: Etude Sur le Melodrame en France Dans la Premiere Moitie du XIXeme Siecle.
29Rosenberg, Carolyn. Mapmaker, Matchmaker: Seamus Heaney's Prose.
30Ross, Rochelle H. Isaac Babel and His Contemporary Jewish Writers.
31Sanchez, J. Dennis. The role of Adria Gual and the Teatre Intim in the Development of the Twentieth Century Catalan Drama.
32Schefski, Harold K. Reassessing Sonya's Role in War and Peace.
33Schoeps, Karl-Heinz. Jurek Becker: Exil Wider Willen.
34Severino, Alexandrino E. Fernando Pessoa: A Modern Lusiad.
35Seyler, Dorothy U. Delight in Order: Teaching Students to See Poetic Structures.
36Shillingsburg, Peter. In Different Variants and the Emendation of Copy-Text.
37Shilstone, Frederick W. Autobiography as "Involute": Thomas De Quincey on the Therapies of Memory.
38Shurbutt, Sylvia B. Mary Wollstonecraft: An Eighteenth Century Romantic.
39Simons, John D. In Errato Veritas: Schiller and Freud on Error.
40Simpson, Lewis. Elizabeth Madox Roberts and the Legend of the Southern Writer.
41Slavick, William H. The Music of Elizabeth Madox Roberts' Interpreters.
41Slavick, William H. Elizabeth Madox Roberts.
42Snow, Joseph. The Figure of San Ildefonso in the Spanish Siglos de Oro.
43Sommer, Elizabeth. The Linguist in An English Department: Creating a Market for Undergraduate and Graduate Courses.
44Stephan, Alexander. Kulturpolitik in the GDR Under Erich Honecker.
45Stern, Klapouchy. Getting into Training: The Language of Amtrak.
46Thigpen, Virginia. Bridging the Gap: Transition to Engish 101.
47Thomas, J.W. Satire in Moriz von Craun.
48Tinnell, Roger D. Matriarchy in Mrs. Caldwell habla con su hijo.
49Troncale, J.C. Untited. Re: Life in Poland under Communist Rule.
50Vassilowitch, John, Jr. Horace Christian: A Central Irony in Sutton Griggs's Overshadowed.
51Verdier, Gabrielle. Gender and Rhetoric in the Lettres Portugaisesand Other Letters.
52Vetterling, Mary-Anne. Animals in Three 14th Century Writers: Boccaccio, Chaucer and Juan Ruiz.
53Waniek, Erdmann. Verdinglichtes tableau vivant und der Reichtum des Zweiten Lesens Zum Beginn von Fontanes Effi Briest.
54Watson, Charles S. Low-Country Author in the Mountains: Simms's Local Color of Appalachia.
55Weaver, Jack W. The Imperfect Wagnerite: Music as a Metaphor in the Joyce Cannon.
56Weiss, Beno. Svevo's Un Marito: a Pirandellian Perspective.
57White, Diane. Names, Nicknames, Epithets, Metaphors in Andreas Gryphius Verliebtes Gespenst/ Die Geliebte Dornrose.
58Wilcox, John C. Structure and Meaning in Juan Ramon's Love Poetry.
59Wimsatt, James. What Were Chaucer's French Lyrics Like?
60Wright, Chad C. La eterna mascarada hispanomatritense: Clothing and Society in Glados' Tormento.
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2Young, J.P. Presse et Litterature: Les Oeuvres de Fiction dans la Presse(1836-1848), ou Comment les Conditions Economiques Aiderent le Roman par l'Intermediare du Journal a Deux Sous.



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373Adams, Ira R. Anti-Semitism in Some Late Medieval Apocalypse Commentaries.
4Assaf, Francis. Les Structures de l'Utopie chez Cyrano de Bergerac.
5Barge, Laura. The Ring as Structural Device in Four Medieval Romances.
6Battenhouse, R. Henry V in the Light of Erasmus.
7Bayuk, Milla. Soviet Satire in Poetry and the Acceptable Limits Imposed on the Satirical Element Within the Soviet Union - Demonstrated by Poetic Samples.
8Bejar, Manuel. From Luzan's Retorica to His Poetica.
9Betts, Doris. The Fiction of Anne Tyler.
10Borchardt, Frank L. Luther's Minnesang: Sie Ist Mir Lieb Die Werde Magd.
11Boswell, George. Mississippi Balladry.
12Braendlin, Bonnie. Moral Choice as Existential Bildung in Alice Walker's Meridian.
13Brasher, Lucy. The Matchless Orinda's Three Unpublished Poems.
14Brett, Doris. Metaphor and Message in Annette Von Droste-Hulshoff's Judenbuche.
15Burns, G. Frank. The Man of Letters in An Age of Struggle.
16Cancalon, Elaine D. De Lafcadio a Bernard: l'adaptation de l'inadapte.
17Chu, Chauncey C. Lu's Syntactic Word and Conceptual Dynamism.
18Conner, Wayne. The Structure of Beroul's Tristan.
19Cook, Martha E. Place and Places in the Poetry of Nikki Giovanni.
20Crook, Eugene J. A Synthesis of Good and Evil in the Orkneyinga Saga.
21Crowley, Joseph. The Study of Old English Dialects.
22Dasher, Thomas E. Developing Writing Across the Curriculum.
23Davis, Joseph K. Image, Symbol, and Archetype: Notes of a Comparist.
24Davis, Thadious M. Alice Walker's Celebration of Self in Southern Generations.
26Deutsch, Leonard J. Moral Dilemma in the Work of John F. Matheus.
26Doherty, Mary J. Sidney: The Architectonic Metaphor and teh Demands of Langauge and Learning.
27Donnelly, Jerome. Institutional Chaos: The Post-Modern Vision in Wililam Gaddis's Jr.
28Drake, Robert. Tell Me A Story: A Note on Modern Southern Literature.
29Eddins, Dwight. Paradise Reclaimed: Idyllic Vision in Joyce's Ulysses.
30Eutsler, Nellvena D. Water-Bough: An Approach to Chinese Culture Though Literature for Children.
31Faraci, Mary. Neorxnawang Lost/ Neorxnawang Regained.
32Farrell, John P. The Bride of Lammermoor as Oracular Text in Emily Bronte, Tenneyson, and Hardy.
33Finch, Patricia S. The Uses of Aside in the Celestina.
34Finneran, Richard J. The Order of Yeats's Poems.
35Foote, Bud. The Connecticut Yankee in the Twentieth Century.
36Frye, Lowell T. Carlyle and Romantic Historiography.
37Gillinek, Christian J. Hugo Grotus. Literature and Politics 1600-1645.
38Gentry, Marshall B. McCullers and Gordon as Role Models and the Regionalism of Flannery O'Connor's Northern Stories.
39Gilbert, Susan. The Goodliest Fellowship: Loyalty and Individualism in the Novels of John le Carre.
40Gilman, Charlotte P. Shakespeare's Heroines: A View
41Golden, Kenneth L. Feminine Light and Feminine Darkness: The Jungian Anima in Hesses's Steppenwolf and Lawrence's Women in Love.
42Goslee, David F. Tenneyson's Monarch Without a Cause.
43Gower, Herschel. The Travelers and their Ballads Against the World.
44Green, Catherine S. Adjudicative Proverb in Beowulf.
45Greenway, John L. Strindberg's Mysogyny as Normal Science.
46Gribble, Barbara. William Morris and Romantic Heroism.
47Grothmann, Wilhelm H. Die Problematik des Widerstands bei Alfred Andersch.
48Halli, Robert W., Jr. The Body in the Well and Other Ballad Rationalizations.
49Hamlet-Metz, Mario. Un Paria Reforme: Vautrin.
50Harmon, William. Poe and Eliot.
51Harper, George M. Necessary Murder: The uden Circle and the Spanish Civil War.
52Heine, Thomas. The Significance of Boundaries in Romeo and Julia auf dem Dorfe, Bergkristall and Der Schimmelreiter.
53Hoffmeister, Donna L. Holderlin Biography (1924-1976): Transformations of a Literary Life.
54Jacobsen, Sally A. Literary Networks of Black Women Poets: Gwendolyn Brooks and Sonia Sanchez.
55Johnson, Claudia. The Child Performer in the Nineteenth Century.
56Josephs, Allen. Hemingway's Out of Body Experience.
57Killer, John E. & Kinkade, Richard P. Narrative Art in the Miniatures of El Cavallero Cifar.
58Kraft, Helga W. Didaktik und Sprache: Peter Handkes Theatertradition.
59Kritzman, Lawrence D. Verba Erotica: Marguerite de Navarre and the Rhetoric of Sexuality.
60Lacy, Norris J. The Logic of the Fabliaux.
61Landry, D.E. Utopia in Pieces: The Politics of Fragmentation in Pope's Brutus.
62Leitch, Vincent B. The Postmodern Theory and Poetics of Pentti Saarikoski.
63Lemay, J.A. Leo. The American Dream of Captain John Smith.
64Lopez-Criado, Fidel. Ramon Gomez de la Serna: entre el circo y la muerte.
65Lu, John H-T. Functional Analysis of Word Order in Mandarin Chinese.
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381McCarthy, Patrick A. The Case of Reuben J. Dodd.
2McCrea, Brian. A Servant of the Highest: Social Change and Religious Faith in Joseph Andrews.
3McLees, Ainslie. Baudelaire's Prism: Caricature.
4McNearney, Kathleen. The Games People Play in Joan Oleza's Fiction.
5Marban, Jogre A. O Silencio Redimido: A New Perspective on the Spanish Civil War.
6Marigold, W.G. Operntexte als Streitobjekt: Literarische Fehden in Hamburg um 1700.
7Martin, Elaine. Karoline von Günderrode, Christa Wolf and the Anna Seghers Connection.
8Meriwether, James B. Faulkner and Greg's Rationale of Copy-Text.
9Mesavage, Ruth M. Dialogue and Meaning in Jacques le Fataliste.
10Mews, Siegfried. G. Grass's Kopfgeburten and V. Baum's Liebe und Tool auf Bali, or the Writer in Orwell's Decade.
11Millage, Jane. Scott First and Last.
12Millgate, Michael. Hardy Perennial.
13Netick, Anne. Gogol on Art.
14Norton, Glyn P. Henri Estienne's Apologie pour Herodote.
15Osborne, William. John Crowe Ransom: Toward A Pastoral.
16Petrovska, Marija. And Adam Created Eve: Three Faces of Woman.
17Plummer, John F. The Logomachy of the "N-Town Passion Play (I)'
18Pollard, William F. Lady Bercilak and the Incarnation of Gawain.
19Prixton, William H. The Rhetorical Stance in Freshman Composition.
20Raymond, Michael W. The Artistic Farrago in Smollett's Peregrine Pickle.
21Remak, Henry H.H. Goethe and the Novella.
22Rener, Frederick M. The Franco-German Front in the European War of Langauges.
23Reynolds, Mark. Expanding the Freewriting Heuristic.
24Ruffo-Fiore, Silvia. Machiavelli in the Twentieth Century.
25Fatlof, Marilyn R. The Primacy of the Concept of Audience Writing.
26Scarborough, Connie L. A Cesarean Birth in the Cantigas de Santa Maria.
27Scigaj, Leonard M. Ransoming the World's Body: The Influence of John Crowe Ransom Upon the Early Poetry of Ted Hughes.
28Scott, Patrick. Divergent Composition Patterns and Editorial Problems in Clough's Poetry.
29Scura, Dorothy M. Doris Betts's Southern Heroine Heads West.
30Seaton, Esta. Scott Fitzgerald and the Corruption of Popular Fiction.
31Severino, Roberto. Il "De Italica Linguae Pronunciatione et Orthographia LIbellus" di John David Rhys.
32Shurr, William H. The New Fascicles of Emily Dickinson: A Preliminary Survey.
33Simonds, Peggy M. Wild Man Iconography in Shakpeare's Cymbeline.
34Sizemore, Christine W. Reading the City as Palimpsest: The Experiential Perception of the City in Doris Lessing's The Four-Gated City.
35Soufas, Teresa S. Metaphors by Which to Live and to Die: Mencia's Palace in a Poetic Tradition.
36Spivey, Ted R. The Archetype of Renewal: Mandala Symbolism in the Poetry of Wallace Stephens and Dylan Thomas.
37Steer, A.G. The Stronger Hero of Goethe's Wahlverwandtschaften, the Hauptmann/Major.
39Stern, Charlotte. The Auto de los Reyes Magos, Reconsidered.
39Stoneback, H.R. Et in Appalachia Ego: Applalachain Folksong - Northrn Exposure.
39Stoneback, H.R. The Wine of Wyoming: Hemingway and Prohibition.
40Stowell, Marion B. The Influence of Nathaniel Ames on the Literary Taste of His Time.
41Suther, Judith D. The Warring Siblings within Hazel Motes (Wise Bloodd, Flannery O'Connor) and Joseph Day (Moria, Julien Green).
42Teague, Frances. The Staging of Volpone.
43Thornton, Weldon. The Morality of Ulysses.
44Tripp, Ellen. The Modes: A Call for the Meeting of Our minds.
45Tucker, Memye C. Notes Toward an Anatomy of Popular Culture.
46Useriu, Eugenia. The Cyrillic Alphabet in the Romanian Language.
47Valentine, Virginia. Chaucer's Knight: Reconciling the Portrait in the Prologue with the Narrator of the Tale.
48Vetterling, Mary-Anne. Stupidity in the Libro de Buen Amor.
49Viera, David J. Humor in the Catalan Works of Francesc Eximenis.
50Voss, Ralph F. Science and Composition: Too Often the Twain.
51Ware, Thomas C. No Country for Educated Men: George Moore's Other Island.
52Weaver, Laura. Mennonites' Minority Vision and the Outsider: Rudy Wiebe's Peace Shall Destroy Many and The Blue Mountain.
53West, Harry C. Hawthorne, James and the American Secret.
54West, James L.W., III. Sister Carrie and Greg's Rationale.
55Williams, George W. Metaphors of Health: Food, Sport, and Life-preserving Rest.
56Williamson, Eugene. Plato's Eidos and the Archetypes of Jung and Frye.
57Wilson, Jerome D. Getting in and Getting out or, Through the Revolving Door of a Competency Based Writing Program.
58Wilson, Martha. Word and Deed: The Role of the Cross in The Dream of the Rood.
59Wixon, Kathryn A. Spaced Out: The Physical Worlds of Camus's Mental Misfits.
60Wlassics, Tibor. Apocrifi di Pavese.
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391Woshinsky, Barbara R. La Bruyere's Characteres: The Printer's Hand.



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392Abbott, Scott. Der Untertan: Heinrich Mann's Parody of Buddenbrooks.
3Adams, Carol M. Slag and Cant of the Carnival Lot.
4Alder, Ruth A. Curianito El Nene: Un Personaje Desconcertante de Federico Garcia Lorca.
5Allaire, Joseph L. Fontenelle: Would-be Dramatist.
6Allen, Judson. From Z-Text to A-Text: Langland's Revisions and His Reading.
7Allen, William R. Mr. Head and Hawthrone: Allusion and Conversion in Flannery O'Connor's "The Artificial Nigger"
8Anderson, Robert N., III. Some Aspects of Haitian Creole: The Definite Article and Number.
9Arrowsmith, William. T.S. Eliot: Vision and Revision. The Question of Eliot's Learning.
10Assaf, Francis. Mal, d'Abdou Anta Ka: Passion, mort et resurrection.
11Bailey, Guy. The Present Tense of Be in Southern Black Folk Speech.
12Baker, Lee. The Diamond Necklace and the Golden Ring: Historical Imagination in Carlyle and Browning.
13Bargainnier, Earl F. The Sahara of the 1920s: Popular Images of Araby.
14Barth, Melissa E. Life in the Fast Lane/Life in the Passenger's Seat: The Corporate Romance.
15Beale, Walter H. Let's Stduy the Composing Products.
16Becker, Robert S. George Moore: An Exile from the Nouvelle Athenes.
17Bedell, Jeanne. Kipling's Kim: Precursor of Modern Espionage Fiction?
18Bennett, Helen. Alliterative Collocations as a Compositional Tool of the Beowulf Poet.
19Bentley, Joseph. Prufrock's Fear of Language.
20Bodley, Linda. Pronounds and Postmodernism: The Seduction of the Reader in Barthes, Barth, and Calvino.
21Bokobza, Serge. Realisme et Realisme Socialiste dans Compere General Soleil de Jacques Stephen Alexis.
22Bonner, Francis W. The Wife of Bath's Church Door.
23Borchardt, Frank L. Humboldt is Alive and Well and Living in Durham.
24Brashear, Lucy. Kate Chopin's The Awakening: A Woman's Version of the Macomber Story.
25Brett, Doris. Tacit Knowledge in Der Geteilte Himmell and Nachdenken Über Christa T.
26Brockman, Bennett A. Children in the Early Modern Literary Audience: The nature and Extendt of the Primary Evidence.
27Brown, Jane. Insuring the Success of Joint High School-College Conferences.
28Brush, Craig. Introduction.
29Buchanan, Harriette C. To Know the Place for the First Time: A Writing Teacher Learns About Theory.
30Burgos, Fernando. La metanovela neovanguardista: modelo y mordacidad de lo postmoderno.
31Byers, John R. The Fall of the House of Usher: An Exercise in Trickery.
32Byrd, Suzanne. Tales of the Alhambra or A Nineteenth Century Arabian Nights.
33Campa, Pedro. Indexing Emblem Books, A Chapter in Golden Age Iconography.
34Cancalon, Elaine D. La Perspective Narrative dans La Princesse de Cleves.
35Carlton, Peter. Political Justification in Tom Jones.
36Carleton, Reese & Trachsel, Mary. Situational Constraints and the Composing Process: A Case of Study. 2 drafts.
37Caserta, Ernesto G. Marxism and Liberalism in Croce's Last Period.
38Charite, Raymond C. Rabelais and the Silenic Prologue.
39Claxton, William N., Jr. Do Appositives Need Commas? The Training We Need Before teaching Writing.
40Cloonan, William. Primarie et Secondaire.
41Coccoa, Mia. I Discorsi del Firenzoula nella Trattatistica Francese di Fine Cinquecento.
42Cochelin-Parrott, Andree. La mort heureuse et l'étranger: jumeaux identiques ou antitheses?
43Conner, Edwin L. The Pilgrim at the Gate: Allusions to Dante in The Parliament of Fowls, 106-203.
44Cook, Martha. Faulkner's Flappers: Women of the Jazz Age.
45Damiani, Bruno M. Amor as a God of Death: Love-Death Symbiosis in Cervantes' Galatea.
46Deats, Sara M. "Down, King," "Up Cousin": Gesture and Posture in Richard II.
47DeLong, Mark R. The Limits of Biography and the Uses of Fiction in Petrarch's Secretum.
48de Menezes, Claudia C. Geographias: Sophia de Mello Breyner e Elizabeth Bishop.
49de Nemes, Graciela P. Espacios Modernistas.
50de Rocher, Gregory. Energia in Ronsard and D'Aubigne: Laughter as Metaphor.
51de Ulloa, Leonor A. Tensiones y Fugas de la Imagen en los Primeros Cuentos de Jose Lezama Lima.
52Deis, Elizabeth J. Nature, System, and George Meredith's Diana.
53Downes, Margaret J. The Pastoral Struggle Against Tyranny in Blake's America.
54Doyle, Charles. The Avenging Voice from the Depths.
55Espulgas, Celia. Female Sexuality in Sherwood Anderson and Manuel Puig.
56Fabry, Frank. Courtly Love Talk and Dramatic Artifice in Three Plays by Shakespeare.
57Firmat, Gustavo P. Propiedad y palabra en un trebol de Jorge Guillen.
58Fitzgerald, Mary. Lady Gregory's Translations of Moliere for the Abbey Theatre.
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401Foley, John M. Literary Art and Oral Tradition in Old English and Serbian Poetry.
2Folks, Jeffery J. Allen Tate and the Quetion of Agency in Modernist Poetics.
3Gibson, Lois R. Mothers in Children's Litearture: Archetypes, Stereotypes, and Alternatives.
4Gies, David T. Larra, Grimaldi, and the Actors of Madrid.
5Gilliland, C. Herbert, Jr. Marvell, Milton, Dryden et. al.: Writers of the Lost Genre.
6Golden, Kenneth L. Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom!: Feminine Revenge, Diamonic Revenge.
7Green, William H. Pythagoras' Rod: An Archetypal Litereary Form.
8Greenfield, John. Sad Realities and Ideologies: Shelley's Radical Critique of the Family in The Cenci.
9Guzzardo, John. Fictional and the Typology of History in Inferno V.
10Hargrove, Nancy D. Shylock: The Identity Crisis.
11Hermann, John P. Language and Spirituality in Cynewulf's Juliana: Some Deconstructive Perspectives.
12Hinkle, James. The Case of the Missing Dash in Faulkner's The Hamlet.
13Hoffmeister, Donna L. Rewriting Literary History Through Fiction: Christa Wolf and Karen Reschke.
14House, Elizabeth B. The "Sweet" Life: Food Imagery in Toni Morrison's The Bluest Eye and Song of Solomon.
15Hugus, Frank. The Case for Hoenir: A Reappraisal.
16Irving, Edward B., Jr. The Interlaced Dragon in Beowulf.
17Ishimatsu, Lorie. The Gothic Presence in Nineteenth-Century Portuguese Fiction.
18Jay, Gregory S. Freud, Science, and Metaphor.
19Johnson, David D. Catalan Reactions to the Performance of Ibsen's Plays, 1893-1938
20Rosa and Rocha at the Crossroads: Deus e o Diablo no Grande Sertao.
21Johnson-Cousin, Danielle. Salon Theatre as a Genre: Germaine de Stael's Le Mannequin.
22Jones, Kenneth W. Du Bellay's Latin Loves: The Amores of the Poemata.
23Junkins, Donald. Hemingway's Contribution to American Poetry.
24Kazin, Alfred. Hemingway, The Twenties, and the Near(?) American Thing.
25Kearns, Nancy. Athol Fugard: Theatre as Agent Provocateur.
26Kerr, R.A. Choral Characters in Mario Vargas Llosa's Early Novels.
27Kershner, R.B., Jr. Joyce and the European Pose: The Case of Corelli.
28Kettlewell, Gail B. Preparing the Student to Read the Text.
29Kinkade, Richard P. Scholastic Philosophy and the Art of the CSM.
30Knoespel, Kenneth. Fable and Scientific Innovation: Optical Imagery in Two Early Texts.
31Koenig, Jean-Paul. Les Hain-Teny (Proverbes) Dans L'Oeuvre de Flavien Ranaivo. Porquoi Les a-t-il Choisis?
32Kraft, Elizabeth. Smollett's Sea Dog and the Status Quo.
33Kuntz, Lieselotte. Erzählverfahren und Erzählfiguren. Überlegungen zu Christa Wolfs "Kindheitsmuster," "Nachdenken über Christa T." "Kassandra" und Morgners "Amanda".
34Kurth, Lieselotte. Lehrer und Forscher sind Verbündete.
35Lathrop, Thomas A. The Fictional Cervantes.
36Laughlin, Karen. The Language of Cruelty: Dialogue Strategies in the Plays of Harold Pinter and Griselda Gambaro.
37Lazzaro, Teresa. La Famiglia nella narrativa di natalia Ginzburg dal 1963 al 1983.
38Leparulo, William E. Maria Montessori Scrittrice Parallelismi o Ascendenze Bergsoniane?
39Lloyd, Caryl. Untitled. Re: Diderot and Bijoux Indiscrets.
40Lorrah, Jean. With a Little Help from Our Friends: Creating an SF Universe.
41Lowance, Mason, Jr. Jonathan Edwards and The Englightenment in New England.
42Lyon, George E. Appalachain Women Poets: Breaking the Double Silence.
43McClure, Paul E. The Boisterous and teh Genteel: George W. Harris and Mary Murfree.
44McDavid, Paven I. & Lerud, Theodore. German Relics in the English of South Carolina.
45MacDonald, Marguerite G. /č/ and /š/ in Cuban-American English.
46McKinley, Mary B. Prologues and Frames: An Example from Montaigne's Essais.
47Malvern, Marjorie M. The Crime of Alisoun of Bath.
48Manganaro, Marc. Lost Connections: T.S. Eliot and Lucien Levy-Bruhl.
49Martain, Elaine. Female Perspectives on Childhood, National Socialism, and the Function of Memory.
50Mesavage, Ruth M. Communication, Discontinuity, and Risk: The Role of Digression in Jacques le Fataliste.
51Mixson, Imogene M. Developing a Partnership with Employers.
52Monga, Luigi. Un Milanese Attraverso L'Europa Nel Primo Cinquecento.
53Moss, William. Cooper and the Southern Critics: The Southern Demands on the National Writer.
54Mufwene, Salikoko S. Number Delimitation in Gullah.
55Murphy, Richard J., Jr. Teaching and Learning: The "Knowledge" of a Writing Teacher.
56Nelson, Jan A. Animal Symbolism in Erec et Enide.
57Parker, Herschel. The "Novelistic Fallacy" in American Fiction.
58Parsell, David B. Kjeld Abell and the French Drama, 1930-1960
59Patrick, Marietta S. Romantic Iconography in Wieland.
60Paulson, Michael G. Nostradamus and the Last Valois. 2 drafts.
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411Pederson, Lee. A Concordance of Southern Speech.
2Perez, Rosa P. Naturaleza y Retorica en La Araucana.
3Pitts, Brent A. Fish, Feast, and Famine in the Quinze Joyes de Mirage.
4Poe, Elizabeth W. The First Hints of Dawn in the Albas.
5Polachek, Dora E. Creation and Subversion: Textual Ambiguity in Marguerite's Prologue.
6Polk, Noel. The New Editions of Absalom, Absalom! and The Sound and the Fury.
7Popov, Paul. On the Origin of Russian "Vy" as a form of Polite Address.
8Poston, Thomas H. Snow White: A Study of Ignorance and Ingraditude.
9Presley, John W. Definition of Style.
10Pribic, Rado. Vasilij Andreevic Zukovskij: The Translator and Adapter of German Literature.
11Pyron, G. Untitled. Re: Vice and Virtue Imagery in The Faerie Queene.
12Ragan, David P. Culture in Transition: The Novels of Cormac McCarthy.
13Rea, Joanne E. Columbine Imagery in Joyce and Camus.
14Roberts, Elizabeth M. Elizabeth Madox Roberts' "On the Mountainside" and the Little Country: "The Way Your Insides Is Made" or another Renascent's Round Trip Ticket.
15Robinson, James A. The Inside Story, the Outside Artist in Classic American Drama.
16Rowlett, John. Or What Substance is Aristotle's Physics.
17Saffle, Michael. Theme-and-Variation Techniques in Thomas Mann's Doktor Daustus.
18Sanderlin, Reed. Communications Analysis of a McCall's Magazine Ad.
19Satlof, Marilyn. The Dubbuk Legend in Jewish Prose Narrative.
20Scafella, Frank. I and the Abyss: Emerson, Hemingway, and teh Modern Vision of Death.
21Schuchard, Ronald. Eliot and the Horrific Moment.
22Schwab, Allen. Romanticism in Music and Literature.
23Seyler, Dorothy. We Can Teach Research with Help from Other Disciplines.
24Shelton, Frank W. Alienation and Integration in Alice Walker's The Color Purple.
24Shores, David L. Vowels Before /l/ and /r/ in the Tangier Dialect.
25Simons, John D. Schiller and Aristotle's Poetics.
26Sledd, James. Introspection - Yes.
27Smith, Albert B. Le Theatre Fantastque: A Romantic Experiment in Comedy.
28Smith, Paul. Up in Michigan Revisited.
49Spencer, Janet. Pirandello's Controlled Chaos: Capturing Life in Art.
30Spencer, Samia I. & Millman, Mary M. La Revolution Non-Tranquille de la Presse des Femmes au Quebec.
31Stamper, Rex. Women, Masquerade, and the Late Eighteenth-Century Novel: Imaginable Fashionings.
32Stelzmann, Rainulf A. Jean Paul's Theory of Humor as an Anticipation of Existentialism.
33Stephens, Jane T. Hawthorne's Approach to Education in A Wonder Book and Tanglewood Tales: The Classics Warmed and Purified.
34Stern, Charlotte. Medieval Theatre in Spain: A Call for a New Poetics.
35Stern, Jerome. Country Music and the Antropology of Sin.
36Sunderman, Paula W. Speech Act Theory, Conversational Implicature and Faulkner's Mountain Victory.
37Susina, Jan. And What is the Use of a Book Without Pictures: A Comparison of Lewis Carroll's Illustrations of Alice's Adventures Under Ground with John Tenniel's Illustrations of Alice's Adventures in Wonderland.
38Tatum, John. That their God may prove their foe: That Scholarship May Become the Foe of the Scholar.
39Tomlinson, Robert. Erotisme et Politique dans "La Fausse Suivante" de Marivaux.
40Torchiana, Donald. Yeates and Croce.
41Toulouse, Teresa. Narrative Anxieties in Hawthorne: The Example of "Sights from a Steeple".
42Useriu, Eugenia. The Construction Myth in South East European Ballads.
43Viera, David J. Women in the Portuguese Theater: 1921-1978
44Waldron, Randal H. Updike's Revisions of Rabbit, Run.
45Wallace, Gail S. In Defense of Alisoun.
46Wallace, Robert K. Jane Austen's Persuasion and Mozart's Last Piano Concerto.
47Wang, Veronica. Reality and Fantasy: The Chinese-American Women's Quest for Identity.
48Waxman, Barbara F. Not "Attar from the Rose" but "Turkey Vulture Vomit": Marge Piercy's Mode of Rebelliousness in Poems from Circles on the Water.
49Weaver, Laura H. From Family to Madhouse: David Storey's The Restoration of Arnold Middleton and Home.
50Weightman, Frank. B.I.G. and Academe.
51Westling, Louise. Feminine Rituals and Holy Places in Eudora Welty's Delta Wedding.
52White, Diane V. Abortion as a Public and Private Problem in Karin Struck's Lieben.
53Willard, Charity. Debates on Love in the Writings of Marguerite de Navarre.
54Williams, Michael V. Tolstoy's "The Death of Ivan Ilych": After the Fall.
55Young, Steven C. Alone Against the Solence: Between the Words and Drama of Samuel Beckett.
56Zaidman, Laura. West's A Cool Million: A Pessimistic View of National Myths.



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421Adams, Robert. The Egregious Feasts of the Chester and Towneley Shepherds.
2Aitken, Johan L. Teaching The Great Code.
3Albuquerque, Severino J. A Imensidao do Meu Penar: Rebellion vs. Acceptance in Vianna Filho's Political Theater.
4Atkins, G. Douglas. Fair Art's "Treach'rous Colours": A Deconstructive Reading of Pope's Essay on Criticism.
5Azar, Ines. Graduate Programs in Spanish.
6Bain, Chester W. The Values of Collaboration: The University Administrator's Perspective.
7Baker, Susan R. The Reception of La Rouchefoucauld's Maximes (1659-1665): A Question of Gender?
8Beck, Charlotte H. Randall Jarrell's Modernism: The Sweet Uses of Personae.
9Beckman, Diane. Renaissance Epic: Theory and Practice.
10Berry, Hertha A. J.J. Engel's Lorenz Stark: Technique and Structure of a Familienroman.
11Best, Thomas W. "Schädliche Neigungen" in Gryphius' Leo Armenius
12Bland, Cynthia. The Linguistic and Literary Implications of the Middle English Grammatical Texts.
13Bogdan, Deanne. From Stubborn Structure to Double Mirror: The Evolution of Northrop Frye's Theory of Litereary Response in The Great Code.
14Boli, Todd. Dante's Eclogues and the Story of Filippo Balducci.
15Bond, Adrienne. From Addie Bundren to Pearl Tull: The Secularization of the South.
16Boozer, Jack Jr. Superman and the Moif of Vision in Blade Runner.
17Braswell, Flowers. The Light and the Dark: Ontological Opposites in the Pear-Poet.
18Brazinsky, Judith G. Collation in the Classroom: The Example of Tales of a Traveller.
19Brooker, Jewel S. The Mythical Method Reconsidered.
20Brown, Jane L. A Computer Program to Increase Student Learning and Writing Competence.
21Casines, Gisela. The Theory of Poetic Justice in Golden Age Spain.
22Caughie, Pamela L. Looking Out the Window: The Process of Virginia Woolf's Aesthetics.
23Chappell, Fred. The Writer and the Little Magazine.
24Cheatham, George. Jesus, The Artificial Nigger.
25Cobb, Eulalia B. Adapting the Dartmouth Intensive Language Method to the Teaching of Catalan.
26Colquitt, Clare. A World War II Political Primer: Rebecca West's Assault on the Limits of Genre and Empire in Black Lamb and Grey Falcon.
27Cross, Richard K. Jarrell and The Germans: An Elective Affinity.
28Curry, Gwen. The Politician's Great-Granddaughter is Still Caught in the Trap: Susan Clay Sawitzky, Poet.
29Darst, David. The Imaginary Love of Francisco Sa de Miranda for Isabel Freire.
30Davis, Patricia E. The Untempere'd Mortar of self-Inspired Prophecy: Backgrounds for Blake's Reconstruction of Jerusalem.
31Dolzani, Michael. Controversial Aspects of The Great Code.
32Duncan, Greg. Why Should High School and College Faculties Collaborate, Anyway?
33Dunne, Michael. A Sculptor and a Poet Too: Hawthorne's Aesthetic Theory in The Marble Faun.
34Escarpanter, Jose A. Importancia Del Teatro Inedito de Carlos Felipe.
35Esformes, Maria. Judeo-Spanish Among the Jews of Salonika, Greece.
36Feldman, Paula R. Women's Studies and the Graduate Curriculum.
37Fernandez, Gaston J. Manifestaciones Externas de la Religion en Hispanoamérica: El Hombre y La Arquitectura.
38Fernandez-Vasquez, Antonio. Acercamiento a la Novelistica de Hilda Perera.
39Fitch, C. Bruce. Uma Flor e Uma Flor e Uma Flor: Names in the Works of Jorge Amado.
40Foscue, Virginia. The Place Names of Alabama.
41Foster, John B. From the Diggers to the Dark God.
42Free, Mary & Gladwin, Hugh. Learning to Play the Game: The Case of Willy Russell's Educating Rita.
43Gardner, Joseph H. Framing the Sonnet: Modes of Literary Painting in Victorian England.
44Garrett, Sandra. A Comparative Analysis of William Faulkner's As I Lay Dying and Ernest Gaines's A Gathering of Old Men.
45Gerato, Erasmo G. L'Amore Nella Poesia di Alessandro Poerio.
46Gibson, Gail M. Margery Kempe and Fiteenth-Century Lay Spirituality.
47Gingras, Gerald L. The Chivalric Vision of History in Lopez de Ayala's Chronicle of King Pedro I.
48Golden, Kenneth L. Contemporary Psychology of the Hero's Journey: Clarke's Space Odyssey Novels and the Mythic Function.
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431Gonzalez, Alexander G. Danniel Corkery's The Hounds of Banba: Separating Art from Political Propoganda.
2Gottlob, Vickie N. Working Together for Professional Development: Foreign Language Faculty in Northwest Louisiana.
3Graham, Dorothy. V.S. Naipaul's A Bend in the River and Albert Camus' The Stranger.
4Greenberg, Valerie D. Stories and Utopian Visions in east German Stories and Graphic Art: Der Mann vom Anti.
5Greene, Donald. Samuel Johnson's Vile Melancholy?
6Griffin, C.W. Writing at Work: Some Problems.
7Grossvogel, Steven. Mars, Venus and the Consummation Scene in Boccacio's Filocolo.
8Hanak, Miroslav J. Rilke's Poetry: An Attempt to Cure Modern Alienation Through a Subjective Reification of Existence.
9Hartunian, Diane J. Don Quixote, Novel or Not?
10Hathaway, Dev. The Hometown National Little Magazine.
11Hawkins, Hunt. Joyce as Colonial Writer.
12Hecht, Leo. Soviet Film Today.
13Heiple, Daniel L. Poetical Discourse in the Spanish Traditional Lyric.
14Henry, Freeman G. Epic Dimensions: Historical Synthesis in Les Fleurs du Mal.
14Hicks, Margaret R. Honor Conflicts in Lope's Theater: The Strategy of Unreason.
15Hines, Carole P. & Shores, David L. The Outermost Atlantic Communities: Dialectal Relationships.
16Houlette, Forrest; Meeker, Linda & Stahlke, Herbert. What Computer Based Freshman Education Can Do for Freshman English.
17Howard-Hill, Trevor H. The Place of Bibliography in the Graduate Curriculum: Introductory Remarks.
18Hunter, J. Paul. Journalism and the Eighteenth-Century English Novel.
19Idol, John L. Hester and Arthur as Art Objects in The Scarlet Letter.
20Jacobi, Martin J. Towards a Better Life: Emphasizing the Politics of Drama.
21Jarrell, Mary. Randall Jarrell's Letters.
22Jefferis, Sibylle. The Two Rhymed saint Catherine Legends in Wolfenbüttel.
23Jones, Calvin N. Neither Heaven nor Hell: Marieluise Flieper's Fegefeur in Ingolstadt.
25Joyce, Joyce A. The Development of Black American Women Novel.
26Jugurtha, Lillie B. Keats and Dunbar: Nightingales.
27Kilkelly, Ann G. Revolution.
28Kinney, James. integrating Computers into Freshman English: The Windfalls and Pitfalls.
29Kirkland, James & Bizzaro, Patrick. The Writing Center-Freshman Composition Partnership.
30Kraft, Helga W. Elfriede Jelineks "Die Klavierspielerin": Eine sado-masochistische Parodie der Wiener Leistungsgesellschaft.
31Kramer, Dewey W. Configuration in Stifter's Witiko: Medium and Message.
32Kulii, Elon A. Hermit and His Folklore.
33Kuntz, Lieselotte. Changing Concepts of Utopia in 20th Century Prose Fiction.
34Kurtz, Ann W. A Case for the Study of Oriental Languages.
35Kuzniar, Alice. A tropological Reading of the Close of Wilhelm Meisters Lehrjahre.
36Langland, Elizabeth. Textual Incoherence in George Eliot's The Mill on the Floss.
37Lawson, Benjamin S. Sociopsychological Aspect of Zane Grey's Riders of the Purple Sage and The Rainbow Trail.
38Levine, James S. On the Dative of Possesion in Contemporary Russian.
39Little, Greta D. Written English: What Does a Linguist Look At?
40Lloyd, Caryl. Civil Authority/Textual Authority in Diderot's Encyclopedie.
41Lourdeaux, Stanley. Christology and Popular Culture: Film Spectacles of Christ's Life.
41Lu, John H-T. Topic as a Linguistic Level in Mandarin Chinese.
43Lynch, Lawrence W. Critical Comments on L'Astreee and La Princesse De Cleves in Eighteenth-Century France and Beyond.
44McClendon, Carmen C. Ramon de la Cruz' Study of Retablo de las Maravillas in Comedia de las Maravillas.
45McElroy, John H. Portrait Whales in Moby Dick.
46McMahon, Dorothy. Molly Bloom: From Sound to Vision.
47Mares, Cheryl. Woolf's Reading of Proust.
48Marigold, W. Gordon. The Lutheran Attitude to Theatre: The Case of the Hamburg Opera in the 17th Century.
49Marks, Patricia. James's "Madonna of the Future": Vulgar Fact or Wild Aesthetic Rhapsody?
50Meriwether, James B. Two Faulkner Colonels Compared.
51Monga, Luigi. La Fortuna Del Cortegiano Nella Francia del Seicento.
52Montgomery, Michael. Explaining Language Variation to the Public.
53Morse, Charlotte C. Griselda Then and Now.
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441Mudge, Bradford K. Song of Himself: The Prelude's Select Beginning.
2Mulford, Carla. Parody and Propoganda: John Leacock and the American Revolution.
3Myerson, Joel. Thoreau and Concord Transcendentalism.
4Navajas, Gonzalo. Textual self-Image and Derealization in Armando Lopex Salinas' La mina.
5Orringer, Nelson R. The Krausist Basis of Alas' La Regenta.
6Ower, John. Perverted Patriarchal Theology in "Looking For Mr. Goodbar".
7Paris, Bernard J. The Death of Cordelia and the Fantasy of Innocent Revenge in Shakespeare.
8Parker, Alice. De/Constructing Woman: Women's Bodies and the Symbolic Community.
9Parker, Herschel. The Germ Theory of The Scarlet Letter.
10Paschall, Douglas. Making it matter: Randall Jarrell's Criticism.
11Patrick, Marietta S. A Comparative Analysis of Sartre and Miller: Committed Theater.
12Peppard, Victor E. Adapting the Rassias Model to A Non-residential Instructional Situation.
13Perdue, Charles L. Jr. "Gruver Meadows": An Ethnohistorical Approach to Ballad Scholarship.
14Perricone, Catherine R. Spanish Graduate Reading Lists: Utilization by Southeastern Universities.
15Pitts, Ann H. Flip-Flop Prestige: Disparate Perceptions of the Prestige of a Phonological Variable.
16Potter, Alicia R. La Iconografia Oriental y la Leyenda del Futuro Buda Parodiadas en Cobra y Maitreya, de Severo Sarduy.
17Preto-Rodas, Richard A. A View of Eighteenth-Century Portugal as Seen in Jose Saramago's Memorial Do Convento.
18Pribic, Rado. Female Characters in Dostoevsky's Pre-Siberian Work.
19Quinlan, Kieran. Protestant Yeats and Catholic Ireland.
20Rasico, Philip D. William Cullen Bryant's Letters of a Traveller as a Source for Old St. Augustine Mahonese.
21Reid, Margaret A. Black Women Poets in Protest.
22Reimensnyder, Barbara. The Use of Folklore in Creating Fiction: Two Cherokee Novels.
23Rener, Frederick M. Correspondence (not a paper).
24Rich, John S. Water-course Names in West Alabama.
25Richmond, Carolyn. Experiencias Operaticas en La Regenta: Il Barbiere di Siviglia y el Fausto.
26Rivers, William E. The Current Status of Business and Technical Writing Courses in English Departments.
27Roy, Joaquin. Ezequiel Martinez Estrada inedito: su amistad con Helen Keller.
28Ruiz-Fornells, Enrique. La Dificil Busca y Retencion del Estudiante Graduado.
29Sabol, C. Ruth. Project Synapse: Oral Communication Instrution to Improve Writing Skills.
30Schuchard, Ronald. Defining Major Authors: Graduate Curriculum and the Canon.
31Scott, Jerrie. Non-EAE Features in the Edited and Unedited Writing of Afro-American Students.
32Scott, Patrick. How, Practically, Do Textual Studies Fit Into the Graduate Curriculum?
33Sharp, Ann. Place Names in the Dark Corner.
34Simonds, Peggy M. Erasmus and Shakespeare: Two Meditations on Virginity.
35Smith, Roch C. The NEH-Funded Graduate Language Institute in French at UNC-G.
36Stone, Donald. Structure and Genius in Ronsard.
37Sugg, Richard P. Robert Bly and the Poetics of Evolutionary Psychology.
38Templeton, Alice. Blurring the Poetic and the Political: Contemporary Women's Poetic Theory.
39Thomas, J. Wesley. Theme, Structure, and Style of Heinrich von Veldeke' Eneit.
40Thompson, James. Narcissism in the Novels of Jane Austen.
41Tilley, E. Allen. Freud and the Plot of Analysis.
42Titus, Mary E. The Editor and the Writer: Use and Abuse of Power in the Little Magazine.
43Tomek, James. The American Gigolo Speaks French" Julien Sorel, the Ancester of Julian Kay.
44Toth, Emily. Popular Literature and the Graduate Curriculum.
45Toulouse, Teresa. Reading Sermons for the Structure: An Apologia.
46Tucker, Memye C. Shakespearean Comedy, The Great Code and the Myth of Deliverance.
47Uhlig, Ludwig. Quellenfiktion in den Caesar-Romanen Bertolt Brechts und Thornton Wilders.
48Valenti, Patricia D. Sophia Peabody, Artist.
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451Vance, Jane G. The Politics of Women's Voices in Mary Lee Settle's The Beulah Quintet.
2Vance, John A. Fragmentation, Complexity, and Entrapment in Dryden's All for Love.
3Verene, Donald P. The First Page of Vico's Autobiography.
4Viera, Carroll. Composition Research and Advanced Writing Classroom Practice.
5Wakeman, Gretchen. Graduate Studies: The State of Our Concern.
6Wang, Alfred S. James Baldwin: Nightingale in a Black/White World.
7Ware, Thomas C. The Life and Death of the Irish Death Mystique.
8Weissberger, Barbara F. Scatalogical Imagery in the Plays of Lucas Fernandez.
9Welch, Barbara L. Ronsard's Vergilian Mercury Near Herald and Remote Angel.
10Wells, Byron R. Narrative Design and the Role of the Reader in Aldo Palazzeschi's Sorelle Materassi.
11West, James L.W. III. William Styron's Inheritance of Night: Prelue to Lie Down in Darkness.
12Westphal-Wihl, Sarah. The Bluttropfenszene in Wolfram's Parzival.
13Wheeler, David. Politics in the West End: New Plays.
14Wheeler, Isabel. Mannerism: The Critical Approach.
15Wilcox, Earl J. Psyching-out the PUblic and his Contemporaries: The Curious Case of Robert Frost.
16Wilds, Nancy G. Teaching Advanced Composition to Professionals: New Strategies are Needed.
17Wilkinson, Lynn R. Disappearing Texts: Emblems and Representation in La Rochefoucauld and Vermeer.
18Williams, Michael. Fiction and Belief: An Examination of Northrop Frye and Sheldon Sacks.
19Williams, William P. Biblio-Textual Studies in the Graduate Curriculum.
20Wolfram, Walt. A Sociolinguistic Perspective on Writing: Where Vietnamese Speakers Succeed and Fail.
21Worth, Fabienne A. Dreyer's Joan of Arc and Godardd's Nana: The Saint-Prostitute in Intertextual Discourse in My LIfe to Live.
22Worthham, Thomas. What to Make of a Diminished Thing: The Fireside Poets.
23Wyatt, Jean. Different Voices in Chopin's The Awakening.
24York, Holly U. A Graduate Student's Perspective.
25Zeigler, Mary B. Middle Georgia Placenames of the Early Nineteenth Century.
26Zoghby, Mary. Song of Songs: Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon and D.M. Thomas' The White Hotel.



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4527Adams, Jefferey T. Holzweg und Kohlengarten: The fIled Project of Naturalist Poetry and George's Myth of Symbolism.
28Adams, Karen I. Don't Try to Make No Stinking Christian out of me. The new Role of Religion in Children's Books.
29Adams, Karen I. Death, Religion, and Sex: Three Important Rites of Passage Portrayed in Children's Books.
30Adicks, Richard. Something to work on and prod: Men in Zora Neale Hurston's Eatonville Fiction.
31Assaf, Francis. Raison des pierres, passion des mots en l'annee 1674: La Glorie du Roi dans les monuments et la poesie.
32Badley, Linda C. Did I Flash My Teeth Long Enough, Do You Think?
33Baker, Phil. How Not to Teach Foreign Languages in the Classroom.
34Bales, Carol F. Masks of the Poet: The Narrator and Pandarus in Troilus and Criseyde.
35Becker, Lucille. Down with the World, I Will Make it More Beautiful: Louis Aragon and the Poetry of Social Change.
36Bedetti, Gabriella. Once Upon a Time in the East: Woman's Sense of the Ludicrous in John Barth's "Dunyazadiad".
37Bell, Robert F. Transversing the Labyrinth of Life: Poems by Griphius and Lohenstein.
38Bentley, Louise D. You Think the Talk is All: Robert Frost's Poetic Conversational Power.
39Bizzaro, Patrick. The Use of Prediction ot Teach Writing: Current Reading Theory and Some Applications.
40Blakeslee, Merritt R. Bel companho, Bel'amica: The Declamatory and Epistolary Conventions in the troubadour Canso.
41Blaney, Benjamin. Form and Social Context in the Icelandic Sagas.
42Bobia, Rosa. James Baldwin in France: Structuring His Early Reception.
43Bost, D. Problems of Genre in the Cautiverio feliz.
44Bowers, Neal. Learning the Poetry Business.
45Brantley, Richard E. Unknown title. Missing first page.
46Brinkmeyer, Robert H., Jr. Flannery O'Connor and Southern Fundamentalists: The Creation of a Fiction of Extremes.
47Broderick, John P. Systemic Delicacy and Automatic Language Processing.
48Brooks, Franklin. Reason, Passion, and Politics in the Versailles Fete of 1664.
49Burgos, Fernando. La vanguardia y los contemporáneos: Novela como nube de Gilberto Owen.
50Burns, Frank. The Bible and the Comic Strip: Zonker, Ziggy, Snoopy, and the Scriptures.
51Byrd, James W. Black Collectors of Black Folklore: An Update on Zora Neale Hurston and J. Mason Brewer.
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461Byrd, Suzanne. The Wartime Theater of the Spanish Republic, 1936-1939
2Carlson, Larry A. The Passing History of My Time and Contemporaries: The Journals of Bronson Alcott.
3Carretta, Vincent. William Blake and Civil War in America.
4Carter, William C. Albertine au pianola: sources biographiques.
5Caserta, Ernesto. Tendenze Attuali Della Critica Manzoniana in America.
6Cohen, Philip. From Burgundy to Yoknapatawpha: Balzac's Les Paysans and Faulkner's The Hamlet.
7Collins, Vicki T. The Marriage Game East and West: A Comparison of Tanizaki's The Makioka Sisters and Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
8Cook, Martha E. Hemingway's Brett: Quintessential Flapper?
9Cooke, John. Reading Proust's Words.
10Couillard, Ted. Harriette Anrnow's Little Piece of Heaven in Appalachain Kentucky and Detroit's Urbabnized Hell.
11Crow, Charles L. The Issei Father in the Fiction of Hisaye Yamamoto.
12Damiani, Bruno M. Social and Historical Realities of Diana.
13Davis, Mary K. Slavery and Revolt in the New World Garden: A Critique of Mary Spear Tiernan's Homoselle.
14de Armas, Frederick A. El Planeta Mas Impio: Basilio's Role in La Vida es Sueño.
15de Rocher, Gregory. The Renaissance Wound: Teh Discourse of Power in Sixteenth-Century Medicine.
16Dedmond, Francis B. Ellery Chaning and His Friends as revealed in His Letters.
17Devlin, Albert J. Eudora Welty and the Poetics of Poverty.
18Dorrill, Masako. Grammar and Inference in Japanese Conversation: The Case of Politeness in Confrontation.
19Douglass, Paul. Byron and Nathan's Hebrew Melodies.
20Dressman, Michael R. Scholarship on Black English: A Selective Survey of Doctoral Dissertations, 1970-1983.
21Dunham, Sheldon, Jr. The Fairy Tales of the Brothers Grimm: Their Relevance to the Eighties.
22Eisenburg, Daniel. Untitled.
23Engell, John. The American Novel and Romance: New Definitions.
24Ensor, Allison R. From the House of Bondage to the Promised Land: American Reinterpretation of the Exodus Story.
25Fajardo, Salvador. Voice and Performance in the Civil War Poetry of Leon Felipe: El Hacha.
26Feltes, Norman. One Round of a Long Ladder: Gender, Profession and the Production of Middlemarch.
27Fiedler, Theodore. Denn Armut ist ein großer Glanz aus Innen...: Zu Rilkes Selbstverständnis um die Jahrhundertwende.
28Filreis, Alan. Wallace Stevens and the Problems of Biography.
29Fink, Beatrice. Montage et Demontage du Culinaire.
30Fisher, Benjamin F. IV. Mary noailles, Murfree's "Special" Sense of Humor.
31Gallagher, Susan V. The Prophetic Narrator of Moby-Dick.
32Gathercole, Patricia M. Portraits of Women on Martin Le Franc's "Le Chamion Des Dams"
33Golub, Spencer. The Artful Lie in Russian-Soviet Theatre History.
34Greenburg, Valerie D. Günter de Bruyn Neue Herrlichkeit: Leveling The Magic Moutnain.
35Greetham, D.C. Pre-Texts, Inter-Texts, and Post-Texts: Soem Paradigms in Textual and Literay Theory.
36Grimbert, Joan T. Reconnaissance in Le Chevalier au lion.
37Guzzardo, John. Reading Misreadings in Dante's Commedia.
38Haberland, Paul. The Impact of American Culture on the Literature of the Austrian Authors, Wolfgang Bauer and Gerhard Roth.
39Halli, Robert W., Jr. Metempsychosis and Talking Birds in American Balladry.
40Hankins, Leslie K. Servitude, Sisterhood and Survival: The Shaping Role of Povery on the Relationships Between Black and White Women.
41Hark, Ina R. The Absence of Victorian Satire.
42Harmon, Maryhelen C. Thomas Chatterton: Architect, Geneologist, and Cartographer of Rowley's World.
43Harris, Brian L. The Michelangelo Dramas of Freidrich Hebbel and Huga Ball: From Historicism Toward Expressionism.
44Hassel, R. Chris. Wild and Whirling Words: Providence and the Text of Richard III.
45Hawkins, Hunt. Stasis in the Aesthetic Theories of Pater, Conrad, and Joyce.
46Hedges, James S. A Rattlesnake Sampler.
47Hibbison, Eric P. Critical reading for Critical WRiting in the Introduction to Literature Course.
48Hilt, Douglas. Rootless, Restless, Ratlos: Zuckmayer's Year's in America.
49Hoy, Pat C., II. Virginia Woolf, Thomas Carlyle, and the Patriarchal Nemesis.
50Hugus, Frank. What Hartmann Didn't Tell Us: Yvain, Iwein, and Ivens Saga Compared.
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471Humphries, Jefferson. What happens to a Southern Fowl in a french Tongue? The Case of Reynolds Price's Annual Heron.
2Hutchings, William. Whose Play is it, Anyway? Audience Response and the Question of Genre in Chekhov's The Cherry Orchard.
3Idol, John L. & McAbee, Joseph. The Coming of Railroads.
4Jackson, David H. Ontological Premises and Editorial Authorrity: The Case of Stevenson's The Ebb-Tide.
5Jackson, Richard. Under Constant and Careful Revision: Creative Writing in the University.
6Jeffords, Susan. Violence and the Feminine in Hollywood War Films.
7Jochens, Jenny M. The Female Inciter in the Kings' Sagas.
8Johnson, David D. Henrick Ibsen's Influence on Catalan Drama: A Preliminary Study.
9Johnston, Carol. The Journals of Theodore Parker.
10Jones, Calvin N. The Dialectics of Despair and Hope: Jura Soyfer's Der Lechner Edi Schaut ins Paradies.
11Jones, George F. Identifying Germans in Colonial Documents. Germanic Philology and Onamastics as an Aid to Historians.
12Josephs, Allen. Toreo: The Moral Axis of the Sun Also Rises.
13Joyner, Nancy C. The Dollmaker's Craft.
14Kalbacher, Catherine E. Zen Best-Sellers: Kerouac, Salinger, and Pirsig.
15Keller-Kinkade. Additional Perspectives of the Illusive Drama of the Spanish Middle Ages.
16Kercheval, Jesse L. A Fiction Approach to Professional Prose.
17Kimball, Sue L. Chestnut and Cherry Wood: The Strength of Gertie Nevels.
18Knodt, Eva. Alternative Oder Sackgasse? Zur Situation Deutscher Germanisten in Den USA.
19Kramer, Victor A. Agee's Let Us Now Praise Famous Men and Povery as a Bridge toward Communication.
20Lane, Nora M. Structural Closure in Gargantua.
21Larsen, Richard B. Importing Technical Communication into Freshman English.
22Laughlin, Karen L. Beckett's Spectator: Communication Strategies in the Dramatic Text.
23Ledgerwood, Mikle D. The Poetry of Giacun Casper Muoth: A Reading and Interpretation.
24Lee, Cecelia C. El Tiempo y el Espacio a la Luz de la Razon y de la Esperanza en El Sueño de Sarajevo de Carlos Rojas.
25Leigh, Marcella D. Il Mondo Mercantile nel Decameron ed il Problema Della Diffusione Dell'opera Stessa.
26Levy, Isaac J. The Nortion of the Homeland in Sephardic Poetry.
27Loomis, Jeffrey B. Finding the Vocation of Humility: Huysmans' La Cathedrale and L'Oblat.
28Luckett, Judith D. Encouraging Personal Relationships: A Teaching Style for the Foreign Language Conversation Class.
29Lyday-Lee, Kathy. Potions, Tales, and Spells: The Importance of Folklore in Modern Appalachain Literature.
30Lynn, Steve. Epistemology and Versions of Process.
31McArthy, Patrick A. Heart of Darkness, H.G. Wells, and Darwin.
32McHaney, Thomas. Is There an Authority in This Text? or, Notes Toward a Supreme Signifier.
33MacKethan, Lucinda. Mother Wit: Humor in Afro-American WOmen's Autogiography.
34McMahon, William E. Grass and Its Mate in Song of Myself.
35Maher, Michael K. Reading, Writing, and Shakespeare.
36Marino, Matthew. Puns: The Good, the Bad, and the Beautiful.
37Maurino, Ferdinando D. Neapolitan Literary Songs.
38Melton, Judith M. Social Discontinuity and the Autobiographical Impulse in Christa Wolf's Kindheitsmuster.
39Millard, David E. & Nagle, Stephen J. Minds, Brains and Language Arts Pedagogy: A Cautionary Note.
40Nagle, James. Literary Impression and In Our Time.
41O'Keeffe, Anthony. The Old Curiosity Shop: The Aesthetic Subtext.
42Palumbo, Linda J. The Later Wordsworth and the Romantic Ego: Bede and the Recreant Soul.
43Parker, Alice. Representations of Desire in Mme De Charriere's Fiction.
44Parker, Herschel. A Little Brief Authority.
45Penot, Dominique. Non-Recuperable: An Interpretation of Hugo's Final Decision.
46Perez, Rosa P. El Paraiso Mexicano de Bernardo de Balbuena.
47Petrovska, Marija. Jaroslav Seifert: The Poet and his Country.
48Pratt, Linda R. Woman Writer in the CP: The Case of Meridel LeSueur.
49Prescott, Laurence E. Voice from the Distant Shore: Three Poets of Colombia's Pacific Coast.
50Preto-Rodas, Richard A. Dos Culturas de Espaldas.
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481Rayburn, Alan. The Intellectual Challenge in Names Study.
2Raymond, Micahel W. How Women Win in The Color Purple.
3Rener, Frederick M. Schottelius, Liebniz and the German Language: A Re-assessment.
4Rich, Stanley. Flora and Fauna Names in Western Alabama.
5Rolleston, James. Duke's Ph.D. in Literature: New Possibilities for German Studies.
6Rollin, Lucy. Will and Wholeness: Rites of Passage in Isabelle Holland's Novels.
7Ross, Clyde A. From Lyrical Poems to Allegories.
8Rust, Richard D. Liminality in The Turn of the Screw.
9Sanchez, J. Dennis. Fall and Redemption: Diadactic Theatre in Early 20th Century Cataluña.
10Saur, Pamela S. Religious Tension in Country Western Biographies.
11Schrock, Earl F., Jr. The Old Broke-Down Devil: An Analysis of Five Variants of "The Warranty Deed".
12Schwarz, Martin. Language through Literature: Theory and Practice in French, German, and Spanish.
13Shelton, Frank W. The Violent World of Cormac McCarthy.
14Skinner, James L. A Tale of Two Counties: The Rise and Fall of Some South Carolina Place Names.
15Smedman, M. Sarah. How Hard the Passage to Descend and Climb: The Way of the Spirit in Contemporary Children's Novels.
16Smith, Jim. Foundations for Teaching Freshman Composition.
17Smith, Paul. Hemingway's Luck.
18Smith, Sidney R. On Recruiting Graduate Students.
19Smith, Susan Harris. Estrangement and engagement in sam Shepard.
20Sorrells, Robert T. The Gift of Language.
21Soufas, C. Christopher, Jr. Supplementing Reality: Ideology as Presence in the Early Poetry of Guillen and Cernuda.
22Soufas, Teresa S. Guzman de Alfarache and the Picaro's Place Among Malcontents and Fools.
23Spear, Karen. Rethinking Freshman Writing.
24Spearberg-McQueen, Marian R. The Roots of a New Beginning: The Arae Schönburgicae and Paul Fleming's Earliest Surviving German Poems.
25Stephan, Alexander. Anna Seghers' Roman Das siebte Freuz in Amerika.
26Stephan, Halina. Writer and His Audience: Recent Plays by Sławomir Mrozek.
27Stock, Margaret P. The Influence of Otto Weininger on the Novels of Perez de Ayala.
28Stoneback, H.R. Hemingway on Cathedrals: Of Unitarians, catholici Journalists, and Sloppy-Brained Converts.
29Sturzer, Felicia. Julie's Discource of Passion: Revelation or Fictionalization of Self?
30Sutton, Homer B. French University Reform in Historical Perspective.
31Thompson, Thelma B. Fathers and Sons: The Image of the Afro-American Man in David Bradley's Chaneysville Incident.
32Torres, Sixto E. Jose martin Recuerda's Caballos Desbocados and Recent Spain.
33Toscano, Antonio. Il Conflitto Interiorizzato di Malpelo.
34Toth, Emily. Forbidden Jokes and Naughty Ladies.
35Totten, Charles F. The Reading-Writing Connection: Towards a More Coherent English 101-102 Sequence.
36Troncale, Joseph. Untitled. Re: Director Grigory Kozintsev and Hamlet.
37Van Spanckeren, Kathryn. A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Apocalypse: Laurie Anderson and Huor in Women's Performance Art.
38Vance, Timothy J. Hi, Shi, and Hypercorrection in Standard Japanese.
39Vest, James M. Hamletism in Les Fleurs du Mal.
40von Frank, Albert J. Emerson's Sermons: Pride and the Question of Vocation.
41Wade-Gayles, Gloria. A Prescription for Change: The Womanist Vision in Alice Walker's Novels.
42Wang, Alfred S. Patterns of emasculation in Maxine Hong Kingston's China Men.
34Waxman, Barbara F. From a Place by the Hearth to the Open Road: Women Writers on the Aging Woman's Place in Society.
44Wheeler, David. Edward bond and the Politics of Violence.
45White, Joseph N. Language training and Langauge Use in the Foreign Service: The Scandinavian Posts.
46Wiedemann, Barbara. The Changes in Direction of the American War novels.
47Wilhelm, Albert E. Poverty of Spirit in Breece Pancake's Short Fiction.
48Willard, Charity C. Scenes of Courtly Love from Christine de Pizan's Livre du Duc des Vrais Amants.
49Williamson, Joan B. The Role of Rainouart and Structural Unity in the Chanson de Guillaume.
50Woodall, Guy. Convers Francis' Sermons on Religion and Reform.
51Worth, Fabienne. Apostrophes et Mythologie: Les Telespectateurs au Pays de Jane Fonda.
52Discussion session sign-in sheets.



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491Abbott, Scott H. Freemasons and Jesuits in the Berlinische Monatsschrift: 1783-1796.
2Adams, Elizabeth Nelson. Second Sight: Julia Peterkin and the Low-Country Plantation.
3Adams, Karen I. More Than Anything Else, God Lvoe Admiration: A Developing Theology in The Color Purple.
4Allen, John J. Seeing and Hearing the Comedia.
5Armstrong, Bruce. Wer Lange Lebt... Sieht Manches Versammelt und Manches Auseinanderfallen: Work and Progress in the World of Wilhelm Meisters Wanderjahre.
6Arnold, Jr., St. G. T. The Poetry of Transformation: Archetypal Patterns in Eudora Welty's "At the Landing".
7Atkins, G. Douglas. The Teaching of Theory/The Theory of Teaching.
8Barlow, Larry W. Two Heads Are Better Than One.
9Baum, Rosalie M. And Just Who is that Creature... the Farmer.
10Berlin, Normand. The Beckettian O'Neill.
11Bernstein, Cynthia G. A Variant of the Invariant Be.
12Bickley, R. Bruce. Dark Ladies, Desperate Narrators, and Readers on the Literary Gameboard in Irving and Poe.
13Birznieks, Ilmars. Scottish and Scandanavian Ballads: Robert Jamieson's Baltic Connection.
14Bizzaro, Patrick. Perspectives on Folklore and Literature: The Critic and the Poet.
15Boli, Todd. Virgil's Mezentius and Dante's Farinata.
16Bradham, Jo Allen. Basic Metaphors: Food, Clothing, and Shelter.
17Brooker, Jewell Spears. Caesar and Tiresias: The Confluence of the Real and the Ideal in The Waste Land.
18Bryson, Scott. Decoupage et civilisation: Quelques reflexions sur l'enseignement du cours de civilisation.
19Buck, Donald C. Computer Literacy and Word-Processing for Graduate Students: Is It Worth It?
20Bullivant, Keith. Böll's Fürsorgliche Belagerung and 'Die Neue Unübersichtlichkeit'.
21Byars, John. Lady Gregory's Meddlesome Queens as Irish Culture Heroines.
22Canine, Karen McFarland. Steadfast to the Land When All Else Faltered Before the Hopeless Juggernaut of Circumstance.
23Cano-Ballesta, Juan. Poetas de Pueblo y Arte de Propoganda: Miguel Hernandez.
24Casciato, Arthur D. A Not So Innocent Abroad: Thodore Dreiser's Soviet Diary.
25Cate-Arries, Francie. Through the Looking Glass with Manuel Altolaguirre: Identity and Self-Formation.
26Caughie, Pamela L. The "Fluidity" and "Fun" of Jacob's Room.
27Chapple, Richard L. A Note on Moral Dilemmas in the Work of Yury Trifonov Together with a Catalog of These Dilemmas.
28Chiang, Joesph P. English Borrowings in Modern Chinese Words.
29Christopher, Georgia B. Hamlet: What do Women Want in a Text?
30Claridge, Laura. The Real Unorthodoxy of Cain.
31Clark, James Andrew. Ranters, Seekers, or Diggers: Bringing Critical Theory to the Orthodox Graduate Classroom.
32Clarke, Bruce. Anatomy and Prophecy: D.H. Lawrence's Doctrinal Sublime.
33Connolly, Julian W. Briusov's The Fiery Angel: By Love Posessed.
34Corngold, Stanley. Hölderlin's Schneller Begriff.
35Crittenden, Charlotte and Davis, Angelina B. Collaberative Learning and the Research Paper.
36De Catur, Louis A. Monkey: An Archetypal Hero.
37Dendinger. Roger E. Walker Percy's Lancelot: The Tragic Irony of the Absurd Man.
38Devet, Bonnie. Teaching Figures of Speech in an Advanced Writing Course.
39Devlin, Albert J. Tennessee Williams' Late Period: The Two-Character Play and Clothes for a Summer Hotel.
40Diller, George T. Le Discours courtois dans le Roman de Renart (Les branches du premier "groupe").
41Dimino, Andrea. William Faulkner: Reading, Writing, and Gender.
42Dorrill, Masako. The Development of No as an Innovation.
43Duggen, Hoyt N. Emendation on Metrical Grounds in ME Alliterative Poetry.
44Dunn, Margaret M. Even Advanced Writing Students Get the Blues: (De)Constructive Play in the Classroom.
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501Endel, Peggy. Freudianism, Shakespeare, and the 1980s.
2Faraci, Mary E. Dante's Real Identity: Educated Observer and Passionate Citizen.
3Fehsenfeld, Martha. Samuel Beckett: A Writer of Conscience.
4Ferguson, SallyAnn H. James McPherson's Black Bigot.
5Figueira, Dorothy. To Lose One's Head Over Love: The Indian Myth of the Transposed Heads in the Work of Thomas Mann and Marguerite Yourcenar.
6Fleming, John V. Ovid as an Arbiter of Medieval "Courtliness".
7Frantzen, Allen J. Ideological Criticism in the Classroom: Teaching "The Pardoner's Tale".
8Gathercole, Patricia M. Bocaccio, Laurent, and Women.
9Gladsky, Thomas S. Polishi Farmers and American Novelists: Typology and Acculturation in Ethnic literature.
10Gleckner. Robert F. Untitled. Re: Blake's Dantean Gate.
11Glowka, Wayne and Ellen. Takling Through a Smile: High Chool Cheerleader Talk in Middle Georgia.
12Goebel, Rolf J. Christianity and Japan: The Writings of Shusaku Eno (Proposal).
13Gonzalez, Alexander. Daniel Corkery's Stoic Heroes.
14Graham, Arthur. Salvatore di Giacomo and Neapolitan Song.
15Gregg, John. Maurice Blanchot and the Question of Reading: A Faux pas or a pas au-dela?
16Greenway, John L. Reason in Imagination is Beauty: Oersted's Acoustics and Andersen's The Bell.
17Grimm, Reinhold. Der Fall Fassbinder.
18Gutiérrez, John R. The ACTFL/ETS Oral Proficiency Interview: What It Is and What It Isn't.
19Hamner, Eugénie L. Alan Sillitoe's Funhouse.
20Harless, Steven R. Abstraction and Empathy in Joyce's Oxen: An Approach Through Worringer's Aesthetics.
21Harwood, Britton J. Chaucer and the Silence of History: Situating the Cannon's Yeoman's Tale.
22Hinkle, James. More of What Hemingway Learned from Stein, or: Why the American Family on the Train and the Old Basque on the Bus are in The Sun Also Rises.
23Hogsett, Charlotte. Marguerite Yourcenar and Sexual Writing Identity.
24Hu, Yih-shiuan. Code-switching Among Chinese-English Bilinguals on Campus.
25Hunt, Edward. The Hero as Outlaw: Mad Sweeney and St. Ronan's Curse.
26Ierardo, Domenico. Il Neorealismo e Sciascia.
27Jahn, Karen F. Fit to Survive: Christian Ethics in Bleak House.
28Kapai, Leela. Recurring pattern of Assimilation in the works of Maxine Hong Kingston, Richard Rodriguez and Bharati Mukherjee.
29Keller, John E. and Seniff, Dennis. An Example of Neglected History: Castigos e Documentos del Ray Don Sancho IV.
30Kouidis, Virginia M. The Lecture "As a Field of Action".
31Kurk, Katherine C. Narration and Salvation: Textual Ethics of Michel Tournier and John Barth.
32Lamiman, John. Bank Farms and Family Farms "And the Sweat of his face for Bread".
33Lavery, David. A Room of One's Own: Literature and the Evolution of Consciousness in the Poetics of Owen Barfield.
34Lee. C. Mitchell. George Herbert's Typological Language of Love.
35Lentz, Vern B. The One Long-Sweeping Symphony... of Human Tenderness: Positive Moments in Hardy's Poetry.
36Levy, Michele Frucht. The Mythic Quest Inverted: Desacralization in Dostoevsky's Besi.
37Little, Marie-Noëlle. La Litterature français/francophone comme reflet de la civilization: Saint-John Perse: Le profil du Poete.
38Lopes, Maria Angélica. Revista da Revista: Paratodos em 1919.
39Lower, Charles B. Untitled. Re: Sex Roles and Shakespeare.
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511Marks, Patricia. "Boffer" Ladies and "Poor Puppets": Story-Telling as Mimesis in Our Mutual Friend.
2McAllister, Elaine and Pawalek, Yvonne and LaForest, Jeanette. Testing for Proficiency in An Army Language Program.
3McCullough, Yoshiko. Snake Stories in China, Japan and Korea.
4McCreary, Don R. The Linguistic Bases of a Japanese Wapro.
5McLees, Ainslee A. Baudelaire's Critical Itinerary.
6Meese, Elizabeth. Contra/diction: Locating Feminist Criticism.
7Miller, Linda Patterson. Brett Ashley: The Beauty of It All.
8Morris, Matthew W. The Chanson de Roland as a Reflection of Political Augustinism.
9Mulford, Carla. Joel Barlow's Radicalism.
10Nägele, Rainer. Schreitend in Winkeln Gesang: The Crooked Path of the Spirit.
11Nettles, Margaret M. The Late and Present Interior Circumstances: St. John de Crevecoeur's Letters from an American Farmer.
12Noble, Cinzia Donatelli. Giaime Pintor e la letteratura americana come esempio di una "nuova cultura".
13Norman, Rose. Computer-Assisted Instruction and the Teaching of Business and Technical Writing.
14Ober, Kenneth H. meir Goldschmidt and Hester Rothschild: Unpublished Letters in the Royal Library, Copenhagen.
15Overbeck, Lois More. Narration as Dramaturgy.
16Paden, J. Michael. Griselda: The Culmination of Day X of the Decameron.
17Palermo, Joseph. Le Nissart: Langue vivante de l'ancien Comte de Nice.
18Palls, Terry Lee. Literary Epiphany in Clarice Lispector.
19Papovich, J. Frank. Character, Event, and Ritual: Cultural Adaptation in Silko's Ceremony.
20Parker, Emmett. Images de la Famille dans L'Oeuvre Romanesque D'Andre Gide.
21Parsons, Melinda. Folklore and the Visionary Experience: Painting in the Yeats Circle.
22Patrick, Marietta S. Jung's Transformation of Myth: The Example of Edgar Huntly.
23Pearsall, Derek. Authorial Revision in Some Late Medieval English Texts.
24Penot, Dominique. Barnave.
25Pettis, Joyce. Assimilation in Paule Marshall's Brown Girl, Brownstones.
26Pharies, David A. Lingustics and Change in Spanish Graduate Education.
27Pickar, Getrud B. Of Tails and Retold Tales: Günter Grass' Die Rättin.
28Porter, Jeffery L. The Ethics of Advanced Composition.
29Presley, John W. Robert Graves's Two Languages.
30Pribić, Rado. The Reception of Dostoevsky in Germany.
31Privateer, Paul C. Shelley's Alastor and a Lacanian Rhetoric of Romantic Desire.
21Quinlan, Kieran. Unnecessary Mystification: Ransom reading Eliot.
33Quinlan, Susan. Divination: The Possibility of a New Order.
34Rainey, Kenneth T. Reality and Art in The Princess Casamassima and the Possessed.
35Raser, Timothy B. Baudelaire as Critic of Traumatic Beauty.
36Reck, Rima Dell. The Writer as Cultural Critic: Brieu, Barthes, and the Music Hall.
37Rogers, Carmen V. Training Teaching Assistants: Involve Your Colleagues.
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521Saks Feliice A. and Bagby, Martha A. Collaborative Learning and Literature.
2Sanders, Lynn M. Black Ulysses Singing: Odum's Folkloristic Trilogy.
3Santner, Eric L. Friedrich Hölderlin and the Madness of Mourning.
4Sapega, Ellen. The Novella: An Overlooked Genre in Portuguese Modernism.
5Schade, Richard. Sachs' Value System in the Fastnachtispiele.
6Schneider, Michael. Tortured Protagonists and the Authority of Violence in Beckett's Drama.
7Schnepf, Michael A. "Se miran sin verse": Galdos' Campaign Against Individualism in La Desheredada.
8Shelton, Frank. Of Machines and Men: Pastoralism in the Fiction of Ernest Gaines.
9Sigal, Gale. The Alba Lady: Creation or Convention?
10Sizemore, Christine W. Taming of the Shrew: A Lesson in Autonomy.
11Smith, Elton E. The Shelley Connection: Peacock to Tennyson.
12Smith, Stephen. Les Romans de Tahar Ben Jelloun.
13Soufas, Jr., C. Christopher. Entre las dos y las tres: Towards a Description of Lorca Mature Theory of Dramatic Representation.
14Steinke, James. The Count in The Sun Also Rises.
15Stern, Jerome. The Mad Scientist as Cultural Metaphor.
16Stoneback, H. R. The Seine Also Rises: Jake's France, Hemingway's Liber Sancti Jacobi.
17Sullivan, Sally A. Mrs. Dalloway: A Study in Deconstruction.
18Sutton, Homer B. La Societe Française a Travers les Oeuvres de François de Closets.
19Svoboda, Frederic. The Importance (if Any) of the Hemingway Manuscripts to Scholars and Critics.
20Tamburri, Anthony J. Palazzeschi's Clownish Pyromania: Poetic "Divertimiento".
21Taubeneck, Stephen A. Friedrich Schlegel and Derrida on the Whiteness of Mythology.
22Tax, Petrus W. Die Liebe Zwischen Gawan und Antikonie in Buch 8 Von Wolframs Parzival. Dynastiche und Politische Hintergrunde.
23Thomas, Erik R. Vowel Changes in Columbus, OH.
24Thompson, Annie Laura. Ramiro de Maeztu: An Intellectual - Politician.
25Tilley, E. Allen. Romances of Eros and of Narcissus.
26Torres, Sixto E. New Dimensions in Martin Recuerda's Recent Theater.
27Uhlig, Ludwig. Winckelmann Zwischen Gottsched und Sulzer.
28van Lent, Peter. L'emmigration Franco-Canadienne aux E-U Comme Motif Litteraire.
29Verdaguer, Pierre. Des Dedoublements du Heros National.
30Wade, Mara R. Optiz's Female Protagonists, or Baroque Tragic Theory Reconsidered.
31Wang, Alfred S. Shaman: The Role of Folk Medicine in Maxine Hong Kingston.
32Weaver, Jack. AE's Peasant as Hero.
33Weiss, Hanna K. Hermes/Mercury 1959: The Metamorphosis of Faust and Son, Alchemists: Surrealism in Arne Sand's Trollkarlens Lärling.
34Weissberg, Liliane. Schiller's Giesterseher and the Boundaries of Fiction.
35Wells, Byron R. Reve de la Nature, Nature du Reve: Essai sur la Rhetorique de la Cinquieme Promenade
36Westel, David. Exegesis in the Service of Apology: The Pensees of Faschal and the Bible of La Maistre de Sacy.
37Whitaker, Elaine E. Doubting Guildsman: The Apostle Thomas in Medieval Drama.
38Wilentz, Gay. Passing as a Patern of Assimilaition in Two Ethnic Women Writers: Nella Larsen's Passing and Fannie Hurst's Imitation of LIfe.
39Wilhelm, Albert E. Pretty Is as Pretty Says: The Rhetoric of Beauty Salon Names.
40Zatlin, Linda G. Aubrey Beardsley's Profession.
42Discussion session sign-in sheets.
1987
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531Angell, Charles F. What We Talk About When We Talk About Men Without Women.
2Atkins, G. Douglas. The Return of/to the Essay.
3Baker, Moira P. The Dialectics of Love: The Speaker in Greville's Caelica.
4Bell, Robert F. Anna Seghers's "Die schönsten Sagen vom Räuber Woynok": Of Forest, Freedom and Communal Solidarity.
5Bickley, R. Bruce, Jr. Scholarship and Criticism on Joel Chandler Harris. Overview and Annotated Bibliography.
6Black, Joel. Ideology and Idiosyncrasy: The Critical Distinction in the Critical Essay.
7Blanco, Aldo. Readign Gender and Authorship in Twentieth-Century Spain Through the Autobiographies of Maria Martinez Sierra.
8Bosky, Bernadette. How the Need for Respectability has Shaped Science Fiction Criticism.
9Bradham, Jo Allen. Satire and Science: A Hypothesis.
10Branson, Mark K. Between the Scylla and the Charybdis: A Method for Dealing with the Monsterous Demands of Evaluating Students' Writing.
11Brett, Sally and E. Gartrell. Invention from Life: The Manuscript Collection as Writer's Resource.
12Broer, Lawrence R. Death and Resurrection in Hemingway's The Garden of Eden.
13Buck, Donald C. The Provocative Dare: Pornography and Scatology in Nineteenth Century Popular Literature.
14Bush, Ronald. Modernism Under Siege.
15Byrnes, Heidi. How Do you Get There From Here: Expectations and outcomes for FL Majors.
16Canine, Karen M. Text and Language in the Classroom: Composition, Cognition, Conversation.
17Chiang, Joseph P. Negators in Modern Chinese.
18Chow, Balance T. P. The Jingjie Theory in the Light of Western Poetics.
19Clark, James Andrew. The New Historicism and Pedagogy.
20Clark-Evans, Christine. Controlling and Being Controlled by Suzanne: La Religieuse by Diderot.
21Classen, Albrecht. A Representation of Reality in Oswald von Wolkenstein's Lyric Poetry and in Contemporary North Italian and South Tryolean Prescoes and Book Illustrations.
22Cohen, Fritz. Poetic, Rhetorical and Didactic Elements of the Helden-Briefe of Hofmannsqaldau.
23Covel, Robert. James Dickey's Deliverence: Screenplay as Intertext.
24Cunningham, Velvet. Le Guin and the Canon of Suffering.
25David, Dierdre. Tottering for a Nurse: Discipline and Punish in Dombey and Son
26Davis, Joseph K. The Urban Apocalypse of John Cheever.
27Day, James T. Balzac, Beyle, and the Bildungsroman.
28Deer, Harriet A. Hedda Gabler as a Precursor to Genet's The Maids.
29Deer, Irving. Ambiguity and Openness in Litte Eyolf.
30Deese, Helen R. Jones Very, Transcendental Poet.
31de Nemes, Garciela Palau. Zenobia's role as Juan Ramon's Translator.
32Dickens, David B. When the Rainbow Fails: examination of a Poetic Image in the Work of Clemens Brentano.
33Dorrill, Masako. What Teachers Don't Know in the Classroom.
34Douglass, Paul. Stories Versus Storyboards: Why Jesse Stuart Never Hit the Silver Screen.
35Dunne, Michael. Hawthrone's Twice-told Tales (1837): The Author's Search for Authority.
36Eckstein, Barbara. The Consequences of Labor Divided in Hawthorne's "The Birthmark".
37Eesley, Anne. The Element of Folkloric Humor in Celestina.
38Eisiminger, Sterling K. Aiming for a Worldwide Market: Japanese Automobile Names.
39Ericson, Joan. The Boundaries of Gender in Modern Japanese Literature.
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541Favata, Martin A. Teaching for Proficiency: The Real World.
2Field, Stephen. The Concept of Metaphor in the Book of Changes.
3Ford, John R. The Decreed Burden: Tuning Human Voices in The Temple.
4Foster, John Burt, Jr. From Synesthesia to Mnemonic Images: Nabokov's Self-Presentation as an Author.
5Fowler, Douglas. The Waste Land as Gothic Fantasy: Theology in Scary Pictures.
6Friedrich, Ellen. "Pois peire d'Alverne a chantat": A Twelfth Century Celebrity Roast.
7Gathercole, Patricia M. Illuminations on the Manuscripts of Christine de Pisan.
8Gilbert, Armida. Emerson and the English Romantic Poets.
9Goebel, Rolf J. Adorno's Theory of Aesthetic Experience ni the LIght of Gadamer's Hermeneutics.
10Gómez-Martínez, José Luis. Independencia cultural iberoamericana: Presupuestos teoricos para su estudio.
11Grol-Prokopczyk, Regina. Astride East and West: The Case of Sławomir Mrożek.
12Grusin, Richard A. Thoreau, Extravagance, and the Economy of Nature.
13Guskin, Phyllis J. Women and Satire: Female Contemporaries of Pope and Swift.
14Haberland, Paul M. Options Within the Foreign Language Minor.
15Haig, Judith G. "Vile Book Work": Washington Irving and Transatlantic Publication.
16Hampton, Warren. O naturalista no rio amazonas.
17Hankins, Leslie K. Dialogic Difference: Textual Strategies of Relationship Between Black and White Women in Alice Walker's "Advanving Luna -- and Ida B. Wells" and Ellen Douglas' Hold On.
18Hannaford, Renée. I on it Securely Play: Self as Spectacle in Marvell's The Gallery.
19Haritos, Mary J. La sociedad y la cultura en la pensamiento de Pedro Jorge Vera.
20Harrison, Antony H. Swineburne's Poems and Ballads, First Series: The English and American Editions.
21Hood, Connie K. Tiger Stripes: Using the MTBI in Advanced Composition.
22Huguelet, Theodore L. Wallace Stevens and the Lost Ice Cream Letter.
23Hyles, Vernon. The Terminal Beach: Apocalypse and Eucatastrophe in Modern Science Fiction and Fantasy.
24Jackson, Sarah Evelyn. The South and Southerners: Images and Memories.
25Kearns, Nancy. The Female Voice in American Theatre from Lillian Hellman to Ntozake Shange: Race, Class, and Sex.
26Keenan, Hugh T. The Forgotten Children's Books of Joel Chandler Harris and What They Tell Us: The Sweetest Susan and Buster John Series.
27Kellogg, Robert. Legendary History and Ethical Teaching in Hrafnkels Saga.
28Kerr, Roy A. Da fala ao grito: Fantasy and Role-Play in Leilah Assunção's Dramatic Trilogy.
29Kiebuzinska, Christine. Witkiewicz's The Shoemakers: A Vision of the Mechanization of Man.
30Kimball, Sue Laslie. All Right People in the Novels of Doris betts.
31King, James C. Hans Sachs, the Man and His Works as Viewed by Goethe.
32Knapp, Shoshana. Living Dangerously: Teaching George Eliot and Ayn Rand as Science Fiction.
33Kolin, Philip C. Untitled.
34Kreyling, Michael. Peter Taylor and Mannerism in Modern Southern Literature.
35Lam, Clara. Reeducating a Chinese Child in America in the Native Language.
36Laurila, Marketta. Images and Models for Progress in Latin American Literature.
37Little, Greta and M. Montgomery. Untitled. Re: Southern Name Society.
38Lopez, Ignacio-Javier. "Un mundo viejo": Eulalia Galvarriato's Cinco Sombras (1947) as as Alterative to "Tremendismo" in Post-war Spanish Literature.
39Lovitt, Carl R. and E. B. Wood. The Student as Reflective Reader and Writer.
40Lynn, David H. Narrative Irony and the Pursuit of Understanding: Peter Taylor's "Dean of Men" and "In the Miro District".
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551Marban, Jorge. Xa vai o griffon no vento: Narrative Techniques and Historical Recreation in a Galician novel.
2Marks, Patricia. A Kind of Sacred Place in Dickens: Church is Where the Hearth Is.
3Mayberry, Susan Neal. Symbols in the Sewer or A Symbolic Renunciation of Symbols in Richard Wright's "The Man Who Lived Underground"
4McAlexander, Hubert H. A Map of Misreading: Updike on Taylor.
5McCreary, Don R. Loan Words in Japanese.
6McGuirk, Carol. Shandean Cadence and Character in the Satires of Robert Burns.
7McMillan, Norman. Dostoevskian Vision in Flannery O'Connor's "Revelation".
8McNulty, Mary. Harmony and Light: The Seventeenth Century Nativity Poem.
9Meister, Peter. The Healing Female in the German Arthurian Romance.
10Méndez, Coucha. The Various Exiles of Ernestina.
11Mitchell, Vernon D. Of Villians, Heroines, and Food: Menu for Reading The Color Purple.
12Morris, Michèle R. Le Roman Autobiographique d'Enfance.
13Murphy, Richard J., Jr. The Calculus of Intimacy: Grading Freshman Papers.
14Nagai, Noriko. Reordering in Japanese Examined.
15Nettels, Elsa. Language and Gender in Howells's Fiction and Drama.
16Newton, Candelas. Hacia Una Sociologia del Signo Poetico: El Romancero de la Guerra Española.
17Nordenholz, Lillian. Delgadina: The Evolution of a Romance.
18O'Hehir, Brendan. Yeats and the Matter of Ireland: Misinformation and Mythopoiesis in Yeats's Myth of Edian and Aengus.
19O'Keeffe, Anthony. Supreme Fictions, Solid Facts: John Banville's Modernism.
20Paine, John H. E. Narration in Peter Taylor's Fiction: The Digressive-Retrospective Monologue.
21Palmeri, Frank. Gibbon's Use of Satiric Techniques in the Decline and Fall.
22Parsons, Melinda B. Untitled. Re: Bernard Shaw.
23Pevey, Jo Lundy. Responding to Student Writing: Ways to Make the Task Easier for Instructors and More Beneficial to Students.
24Plank, Jeffrey. The Critical Essay as Genre.
25Plotz, Judith A. I Am That Snake, That Annihilator: The Unromantic Appetites of Charles Lamb.
26Poe, Elizabeth W. De dompnas e de desaventuras: Uncourtly Liaisons in the Vidas and Razos.
27Probes, Christine McCall. Beaux Arts and Belles Lettres in Praise of the Redeemer: Images of Victory in La Ceppede's Theoremes.
28Ramsey, Priscilla. John A. Williams' Sissie: Symbolically Resolving Old Class Paradigms.
29Ray, Rhonda Johnson. Frankenstien or The Last man: Science Fiction and Eschatology in the Romantic Canon.
30Ree, Joe J. Japanese Borrowings into Korean.
31Rennert, Hal H. A Reconsideration of the Biblical Source of the "Wager" in the Prologue to Goethe's Faust.
32Roudané, Matthew C. Public Issues, Private Tensions: The Theater of David Mamet.
33Roy, Joaquín. A Decade of Linguistic Normalization in Catalonia (1977-1987).
34Russell, J. Stephen. Pardon and Pilgrimage in Piers Plowman and St. Augustine.
35Russo, Peggy A. Uncle Walt's Uncle Remus: A Re-examination of the Case Against Joel Chandler Harris.
36Scarborough, Connie L. Woman and Property: A Means of Power in Medieval Castile-Leon.
37Schnepf, Michael A. Anti-Feminist Thought in Glados.
38Schomber, Judith H. Teaching for Oral Proficiency: "Affectiveness" and Teaching Effectiveness.
39Schroeder, Patricia R. The Reconstituted Past: Tennessee Williams' Use of Monologues.
40Schulz, Hans-Joachim. Entertainment and Literature in the German Democratic Republic: Some Theoretical Considerations.
41Scwarz, Henry. Doing it With Mirrors: Narratives of Power and Submission in Stephen Greenblatt's Renaissance Self-Fashioning.
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561Sears, Grace. Plutrch Between Friends: Jonson's Epistle to Master Arthur Squib.
2Sedycias, Joao. The Roman Experimental and the Politics of Salvation.
3Sharp, Ronald A. Gift Exchange and the Economy of Spirit in Keats.
4Shillingsburg, Peter. Thackeray and His American Publishers.
5Soufas, C. Christopher, Jr. Landscapes of Will: Jorge Guillen as Rightist.
6Spivey, Ted R. The Apocalyptic Vision of Flannery O'Connor and James Joyce.
7Stabb, Martin S. Desarrollismo, Dependency and the Myth of the Third World in Some Recent Spanish Amiercan Essays.
8Stock, Lorraine K. How Rash is Dorigen's 'Rash' Promise?: The Question of Women as Contract makers in Chaucer's Franklin's Tale.
9Stokes, John L. Joseph K's Verhaftung and the Open Door to the Law.
10Stoneback, Harry R. Memorable Eggs 'in Danger of Getting Cold' and Mackerel 'Perilous with Edge-level Juice': Eating in Hemingway's Garden.
11Stowell, Marion B. Mark Twain's Lies.
12Taylor, Granville. Mystics and Poets: Two Searches for God.
13Thibault, Bruno. Le Roman Contre L'Exotisme.
14Thoenulet, Klaus. "Lebendige" und "Gemachte Zeit": Goethes Dialektisches Amerika-Bild in Den Wilhelm Meister-Romanen.
15Thomson, Douglass H. But for Such Faith: The Moral Force of Romantic Ambiguity.
16Thorton, Weldon. The Anti-Modernism of James Joyce.
17Tripp, Ellen L. Free Southern Theater: A Theater of the '60s.
18Troncale, Joseph. Kozintsev's "Odna".
19Uppuluri, Shigeko. Present Application of Japanese Machine Translation.
20Van Gastel, Ada. Franklin and Freud: Love in the Autiobiography.
21Walker, Eric C. Biographia Literaria and Wordsworth's Revisions.
22Wasserman, Julian N. Semiotic Perception and the Problem of Chaucerian "Prejudice".
23Weiss, Hanna Kalter. Dream as Reality: The Surreal World of Bo Lennart Gustaffson's Vantaren.
24Weissberger, Barbara F. Sixteenth-Century Spanish Theater and the Carnivalesque.
25White, Isabelle. The Dollmaker on Film" Harriette Arnow's Novel and Jane Fonda's Feminism.
26White, Joseph N. A Delayed Production Week: The FIrst Step Toward Proficiency.
27Whitt, Lena M. Assessment Model and Curriculum Objectives for Required English Courses.
28Wiedemann, Barbara. Sue de' Nim, Or the Use of Pen Names in Freshman English.
29Wilentz, Gay A. Anti-Semitism as a Thematic Device in The Sun Also Rises.
30Wisdom, Joe C. Harris and Faulkner: Moral Ambiguity and the Southern Intellect.
31Worley, Linda K. The Ugly Heroine: Aesthetic Taboo and Auctorial Strategy. Reflections on Adalbert Stifter's Brigitta and Louise Francois's "Geschichte einer Häßlichen".
32Yoder, Lauren. Folk Songs in Southern France: La Chanson de Creation en Occitan.
33Discussion session schedule and index



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571Adams, Timothy. Autobiographical Fiction and Fictional Autbiography.
2Allen, Dennis. Peter Was A Lady Then: The Problem of Gender in Cranford.
3Allen, Joseph R. Is There Life After Density: A Postmodern Book Review.
4Allums, J. Larry. Writing of Fraud and the Fraud of Writing: Perils of Dante's Sacred Poem.
5Amos, Mark A. Self-Fashioning through Symbolic Action: Linguistic Empowerment and the Potent Hero in the Plays of John Synge.
6Ardis, Ann L. Introduction to "Female Aesthetics and Dandies".
7Assaf, Francis. Looking et the Other: Brazil in Andre Thevet's les Singularites de la France Antarctique.
8Autrey, Ken. "Working the Notebook to Death": James Dickey's Journals.
9Baechler, Lea. Voices of Unexpected Lyricism in Joyce's Dubliners.
10Baker, Moria P. Figurations of the Female Body in Sidney's Astrophel and Stella and Greville's Caelica.
11Ballard, Sandra L. Re-Sounding Hariette Simpson Arnow's Hunter's Horn.
12Ballesta, Juan Cano. Nuevo ensayo y retorica de la derecha en visperas del "bienio negro" (1933).
13Barge, Laura. Beckett's Metaphysics and Christian Thought: A Comparison.
14Baum, Rosalie Murphy. Unique and Irreplaceable: Margaret Laurence's Hagar.
15Beaudry, Catherine A. Montesquieu and Rousseau: Rhetorical Strategies in the Service of History.
16Beck, Charlotte H. The Fugitive Legacy in Appalachia: Jesse Stuart and James Still.
17Bell, Robert F. Moments in the Biography of a Strophe: From "Innsbruck, ich muß dich lassen" to Matthias Claudius.
18Bell, Vereen M. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and the Authority of Interpretation.
19Bellamy, Elizabeth J. Em(body)ments of Power: Versions of the Body in Pain in Spenser.
20Bentley, Joseph. Multiple Centers: A View of The Cocktail Party.
21Bing, Janet. Real World Phonology.
22Bizzaro, Patrick. Interaction and Assessment: Some Uses of Primary Trait Scoring in Evaluating Student Poetry Writing.
23Boetsch, Laurent. El Compromiso de Cesar M. Arconada: Descenso del Paraiso de las Mursarañas.
24Bollier, E. P. T.S. Eliot's Objective Correlative Reconsidered: Metaphysics or Common Sense?
25Bowers, Fredson. Authorial Intention and Editorial Problems.
26Bregoli-Russo, Mauda. Sopravvivere nell'arte: il Golfo del Paradiso di Gina Lagorio.
27Brokoph-Mauch, Gudrun. Salome und Ophelia: Die Frau in der osterreichischen Literatur der Jahrundertwende.
28Brooker, Jewel Spears and Bentley, Joseph. The Defeat of Symbolism in "Death by Water".
29Brown, Ashley. T.S. Eliot in the Postmodern Age.
30Bruckman, Patricia C. Fielding's Patriot King.
31Byerman, Keith. Big Voices: Dialogic Patterns in Zora Neale Hurston's Their Eyes Were Watching God.
32Callaghan, Dympna. Femnism and Radical Post-War British Theater: Aesthetics and Assessment.
33Canine, Karen McFarland. Sneaking Linguistics into Comp II: The Name Paper.
34Cash, William F. Tom Watson's Jefferson and Jackson: Biography, Democracy, and the Common People.
35Cate-Arries, Francie. Popular Form(ula)s of Political Commitment: Manuel Vazquez Montalban's Detective Novels.
36Champagne, Claudia M. Wounding the Body of Woman in The Faerie Queene.
37Chow Tin-Ping (Balance). Out of That Window Peeps a Resentful Wife: Guiyuan Poetry as a Discursive Practice in the Chinese Tradition.
38Christensen, Julie A. The Soviet Film Industry Under Gorbachev.
39Cook, Robert. The Women in Laxdaela saga.
40Craddock, Patricia B. Untitled. Re: Decline and Fall.
41Crafton, John Michael. The Influence of the ars dictaminis on the Structure and Voices in Chaucer's Centerbury Tales.
42Culleton, Claire A. Icarus and the Upstart Crow: A Groatsworth of Plagiarism in A Portrait and Ulysses.
43Cumpston, Andrea R. The Politics of Deafness: Critical Interpretations of The Wife of Bath's Prologue.
44Cunningham, Karen. A New Look at Old Laws: Historicizing Shakespearean Violence.
45Danner, Richard. A Reader-Response Approach Two Fables of La Fontaine.
46Darnell, Donald. Cooper's The Spy: Class Consciousness in A Revolution.
47de Armas, Frederick A. Balthasar's Doom: Letters that Heal/Kill in Claramonte's El secreto en la mujer.
48de Oliveira, Celso. Bernardo Santareno and Garcia Lorca: Two Ritualistic Drama.
49de Rocher, Gregory. Joachim Du Bellay: ou le retour a la souffrance.
50DeVaney-Lovinguth, Sharon. Definition and Freedom: Naming and the Eden Motif in Dessa Rose.
51Dickie, Margaret. Never a Woman: Never a Poet.
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581Edmiston, William F. Character Portrayal and Manipulation of the Reader in Manon Lescaut.
2Engell, John. The Act of Surviving and Dying: The Undefeated, The Capital of the World, and Hemingway's Fiction 1924-1936.
3Ensor, Allison R. The Shaking of the Foundations: Adolescent Religious Crisis in Five Modern Short Stories.
4Evans, Rick and Bernstein, Cynthia G. Using Literature in the Linguistics Classroom.
5Farr, Judith. Elinor Wylie: The Peril and the Triumph of Aestheticism.
6Farwell, Harold. Dialect Variation as an Icebreaker in a Course Focusing on the Literatures of Non-Western Cultures.
7Feldman, Jessica. A Twice-Written Scroll: Willa Cather's Dandies.
8Fleming, Bruce E. Proust and Peirce: Time and Memory.
9Fredell, Joel. Wish Fulfillment and Audience in Sir Launfal.
10Fremlin, Jennifer A. Adrienne Rich's Your Native Land, Your Life: Feminist/Deconstructive Poetry.
11Futterknecht, Franz. Der Erzähler als Physiologe.
12Goebel, Robert O. Marmorbild and Topf.
13Goulet, Robert G. Women Stand and Men Deliver: General Ideology in the Teacher Melodrama.
14Gray, Charles F. Literature in the Writing Class: Percentages or Texts.
15Gray, Karen. Baudelaire's La fanfarlo: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Autobiographer.
16Greenway, John. Scientific Arguments for Clairvoyance in the Nineteenth Century: Jonas Lie's The Visionary.
17Guruswamy, Rosemary Fithian. The Sweet Defender of New England.
18Hall, Donald E. Muscular Maternality: The Bisexual Vision of Tom Brown's Schooldays.
19Hardin, James N. Johann Christoph Ettner: Physician, Novelist, and Alchemist.
20Harper, Howard. Genre Under Erasure: Robocop and the Poetics of Postmodernism.
21Hedrick, Donald K. Dead Hostages: Historiography at a Disadvantage in Henry V.
22Heylen, Romy. James Dickey's The Zodiac: A Self-Translation?
23Hiltner, Judith. Distortion from the Heights: Melville's Revisions of "The Two Temples" Manuscript.
24Hines, Carole. A Matrilineal Study fo the Wanchese Dialect.
25Holten, Kathryn I. Metamorphosis in the Lay of "Bisclavret".
26Horowitz, Sara R. Fictional Autobiography and Holocaust Survivor Testimony: Artifice/Artifact/Art.
27Howad-Hill, T. H. The Social Contract and Editorial Theory: A Response to Fredson Bowers and Jerome McGann.
28Hunter, James M. Untitled. Re: Classical revival of contemporary rhetoric studies.
29Ierardo, Domenico. Il giallo sciscano come testimonianza storica: Todo modo.
30Jameson, Maureen. Volupte: Recit d'un Crime.
31Johnson, Bruce. To Love the Strife: George Herbert's Struggle for His Poetry.
32Jones, Catherine M. La Tresse: Interlace in the Late Chanson de Geste.
33Jones, Marnie. Toledo's "Golden Rule" Mayor: The Popular Side of Progressivism.
34Josephs, Allen. Hemingway's Spanish Civil war Stories, or the Spanish Civil War as Reality.
35Joyner, Nancy. The Three Best Appalachain Women Novelists.
36Kellogg, Robert. The Prehistory of Eddic Poetry.
37Kershner, R. B. Joyce and the East.
38Kiernan, Kevin. The Structure of Beowulf.
39Kirkland, James W. Writers as Readers. Dynamic Modeling in the Composition Class.
40Knipp, Thomas R. Kenya's Litereary Ladies and the Mythologizing of the White Highlands.
41Knodt, Ellen Andrews. Problem-Solving Cases for Businesse Writing.
42Kopacz, Paula. My Sweetheart is Poland... The Psychology of National Character in The Polish Complex.
43Koritz, Amy. Women Who Dance: Yeats's At the Hawk's Well and "The Only jealousy of Enter".
44Kuno, Hiroyuki. Retrievable or Unretrievable?: Various Kinds of 'Omissions' in the Japanese Language.
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591Laird, Holly. The Pre-Raphaelite Woman Speaks: Rachel Annand taylor.
2Lam, Clara. American Group Discussion Patterns As Viewed by Chinese Students - Turn-taking Behavior of Eight Taiwanese Students Studying in America.
3Larsen, Jeanne. Uses of Poetic Conventions by Tang Court Women.
4Ledgerwood, Mikle. Sealing the Episodic Seam.
5Lemay, J. A. Leo. Smith and Pocahontas.
6Lenard, G. T. New Lives, New Names: Dreiser's Carrie.
7Levy, Michele Frucht. Politics, Religion, and the Game in Dostoevsky and H.D. Lawrence.
8Ling, Xin. On the Translation of the Cinese Poetry Into English.
9Macfie, Pamela Royston. Inscripted Difference: Masculine and Feminine Description in Marlowe's Hero and Leander.
10Marban, Jorge A. Rodriguez Castelao and his View of Galicia.
11Mariner, Francis. Defining a Reader's Role in Jansenist Autobiography.
12Marun, Gioconda. Modernismo/Modernidad en la Argentina del 70: la Revista Literaria.
13Maryanow, Maurice. Oral Biography: Framework For Assessment.
14McCreary, Don R. Computerized Pedagogy for Japanese and Chinese.
15McElrath, Joseph R., Jr. 1897 as a Watershed Year in Frank Norris's Career.
16McEntee, Grace. Deliverance as James Dickey's Re-vision of Crane's "Open Boat".
17McGann, Jerome. What is Critical Editing?
18McIver, Jean P. Pilate Dead: Guardian of Ethnicity in Toni Morrison's "Song of Solomon".
19McWhirter, Ellen. The Srewball Comedy Revisited.
20Meese, Elizabeth. Theorizing the Other: Marguerite Duras's The Lover.
21Mendez, Vialla H. Cinco horas con Mario: Mario como heroe intelectual.
22Miecznikowski, Cynthia J. Female Quixoticism and 'the Female Picaresque': Reading Women Readers into the Patriarchal Tradition.
23Morlier, Margaret M. The Death of Pan: Elizabeth Barrett Browning's Critique of Western Culture.
24Morris, Ann R. and Dunn, Margaret M. The "Quilt Aesthetic" and Ethnic Women's Writing.
25Mufwene, Salikoko S. and Ho, Jason and Li Baizheng. A "S --> NP PredP" Rule for Chinese.
26Nakjavani, Erik. The Paraesthetics of Propaganda: The Fifth Column as Detective Fiction.
27Neugaard, Edward J. Modern Catalan Folklore Collections.
28Newman, Jane O. Nurturing Theory, or: Feminism as Post-Modernism's (M) Other and a counterexample (Friederike Roth).
29Norwood, Dorrie B. Images of Initiation in Borden Deal's There Were Also Strangers.
30Overbeck, Lois More. Self as Other: Gender as Metaphor in Beckett's Play.
31Pair, Joyce M. Totemism in "May Day Sermon to the Women of Gilmer County, Georgia, by a Woman Preacher Leaving the Baptist Church".
32Parker, Alice. Is There A Text in this Body?
33Parsons, Melinda B. Reading Paintings: Visual Involvement and Literacy.
34Patteson, Richard F. You Can't Be There and Here: The Pursuit of Otherness in Paul Bowles.
35Pizer, Donald. The Sexual Geography of Expatriate Paris.
36Porter, Joseph A. Speech Acts and Character: The Example of Mercutio.
37Ragan, David Paul. Defending the Imaginationi: Fred Chappell's I am One of You Forever.
38Ramon, Francisco Ruiz. El Palacio de Basilio o el Espacio De La Descomunicacion.
39Rea, John A. Fiscal Imagery in Beatriz de dia.
40Reinhard, Max. Literary and Historical Synchronism in the Utopian Project of Hellwig's Noris.
41Reynolds-Cornell, Regine. The Jeanne Flore Enigma.
42Rice, H. William. Two Work Songs in Cane.
43Richards, Earl Jeffrey. Christine de Pizan, The Conventions of Courtly Diction and Italian Humanism.
44Ricouart, Janine. Fragmentation et folie dans l'oeuvre en Violette Leduc: Une etude de La Folie en tete.
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601Robinson, B. J. Despair and Satisfaction: Virginia Woolf and the Aesthetic Mode.
2Rosenman, Ellen B. The Angel in the Text: Gender and Genre in North and South and Daniel Deronda.
3Roy, Joaquin. Joaquin Maurin: Fuente Literaria de Sender.
4Rundus, Ray J. The English Language in American Society.
5Runyon, Randolph. James Still's "Rooster": A Case for a Major Appalachain Writer.
6Ryan, Maureen. Fugacious Fronteirs: Marilynne Robinson's Housekeeping.
7Saciuk, Bodan. Results of Some Phonological Research in Puero Rico.
8Samson, Donald C. Collaborative Writing in Business, Government and the Classroom.
9Saper, Craig J. Creative Writing as Critical Thinking.
10Sargent, Stuart H. City of Lotuses.
11Sarris, Greg. On Writing the Life Story of Mabel McKay: The Role of Post-Modern Ethnography in the Writing of American Indian Autobiography.
12Schroeder, Patricia R. Feminism and the Dramatic Form.
13Schuchard, W. Ronald. Eliot in the Music Halls.
14Secor, John R. Courtly Heroics and Histrionics in Aucassin e Nicolette.
15Selmon, Michael. Rewriting the Script: Women's Drama and the Issue of Form.
16Setzer, Sharon M. Surprised by Satan: Reading the Gardens in Wordsworth's Excursion.
17Severino, Roberto. Ragione e Passione Nella Poesia Di Elio Filippo Accrocca (Da Portonaccio algi Innestogrammi).
18Shattuck, Sandra D. Confronting Identities: Sex and Race in Ruth Seid's Wasteland.
19Shaw, Kurt. Gender Identity in Andrej Bitov's "Bol'soj sar".
20Siebert, Donald T. Profane Reason Against Sacred Mystery: Hume's Portraits of Thomas a Becket and Joan of Arc.
21Smith, John H. New Subjectivities: Handke and the Individual Supplement of Postmodern Theory.
22Smith, Paul. The Chronology of The First Forty-nine Stories.
23Smith, Virginia Whatley. Themes of Color Classifications and Imprisonment in Richard Wright's Black Boy and Mark Mathabane's Kaffir Boy.
24Sprayberry, Sandra L. "Towards Break of Day": The Juncture Between the Night of Creation and the Day of Revision in the Poetry of W.B.Yeats.
25Stutman, Suzanne. Lives and Fictions Intertwined: The Writings of Thomas Wolfe and Aline Bernstein.
26Thoenelt, Klaus. Zeit Zu Schweigen.. Zeit Zu Reden: Goethe Für Und Wider Das Gespräch.
27Tkacz, Catherine Brown. Samson and Arcite in the Knight's Tale.
28Tolmieri (Cowgill), Jane. Time and the Structure of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.
29Trammell, Robert L. On the Ambiguity of English Spelling.
30Urbina, Nicasio. La Modernidad en Los Ochenta en la Literatura Nicaraguense: Replanteamiento Estetico.
31Valenti, Peter. Untitled. Re: Noir.
32Van Ness, Gordon. Reading Plato Between Missions: James Dickey's War Experience.
33Wall, Wendy. The Authority of Flesh: Petrarchism and Renaissance Publication.
34Wang, Veronica C. In Search of self: The Dislocated Female Emigre Wanderer.
35Warehime, Marja. Problems of Reference: Balzac, Zola and Michel Tournier on Art and Photography.
36Warren, Nagueyalti. The Historical Presence in West African Fiction.
37Waxman, Barbara Frey. Tenneyson's Portrait of Hallam: Reconsidering Biography and Gender Issues in In Memoriam.
38Weber, Alison P. Melancholy in the Convent: Pathology or Posession?
39Weber, Harold M. The Politics of Sexuality: Construction the Royal Phallus.
40Weitz, Barbara S. Self-Confidence and Sensitivity as Precursors to Intellectual Writing.
41Williams, Peter. The Ultimate Rite of Passage: Death in Flannery O'Connor.
42Woll, Josephine. The Politics of Culture: Cultural Change in an Age of Glasnost.
43Yao Tao-chung. Teaching Chinese Characteres with Personal Computers.
44Ziarek, Kryzsztof. Untitled: Postmodernism and the other.



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611Allen, David G. Langlad, Lonergan, and the Pursuit of Insight.
2Allen, Joseph R. Sweetly Entangled: Thirteen Ways of Looking at a New Year.
3Armistead, Jack. The Higher Magic in Dryden's Conquest of Granada.
4Atwill, Janet M. Cultural Studies and the Art of Rhetoric.
5Baker, Lee. Tenneyson's In Memoriam: The Crisis of Consciousness and of Langauge.
6Benedek, Dezso & Majima, Junko. Slick Versus Useful: Efficiency Problems in Computer-Assisted Japanese Language Instruction.
7Bergeron, David M. Wherefore to Whitehall? Renaissance Theater in the 1980s.
8Biglieri, Anibal. Sobre La Composicion de la Leyenda de la Condesa Traidora.
9Bizzaro, Patrick. Untitled. Re: Style analysis software.
10Burdan, Judith H. The Price of Honor: Love and Marriage in The Rover and The Feign'd Curtezans.
11Burnett, Rebecca E. Productive Problems in Collaborative Planning.
12Cammarata, Joan. The Symbolic Langauge of Cervantes' "Song of Calliope".
13Carmichael, Elizabeth. John Skelton and the Politics of Silence.
14Casey, Roger N. Ellison's "Spectroscopic Vision": Color as Meaning in Invisible Man.
15Cate-Arries, Francie. Crime and PUnishment in Nineteenth Century Spanish Narrative: The Case of Emilia Pardo Bazan.
16Charney, Mark J. Beauty in the Beast: Technological Reanimation in the Contemporary Horror Film.
17Chow, Balance T.P. Farms, Fields, Mountains, Seas: Tao Quian and the Landscapes of Nature and Myth.
18Clifford, John. The Postmodern Subject in Rhetoric.
19Cobbs, Alfred L. Autobiographical Elements in Current Ausländerliteratur.
20Cocco, Mia. Untitled.
21Collins, Marsha S. Sliding into the Vortex: Patterns of Ascent and Descent in Galdos' La desheredada.
22Crews, Edna E. Without Nets and Other Props.
23Culleton, Claire A. Naming and Satire: Joyce's Rhetoric of Nomenclature.
24Dambroski, Stanley. Jonathan Swift's Alchemy: Elements of Satiric Technique.
25Dasebrock, Reed W. Moving Beyond Seeing the Modernist as Fascist.
26Deese, Helen R. Editing Caroline H. Dall.
27Dickie, Margaret. "To Picnic in the Ruins that we Leave": Wallace Stevens and Romanticism.
28Doig, Kay H. Three Pre-revolutionary Encyclopedias.
29Eckstein, Barbara J. Madness, Nothing and the State: John Hawkes's Travesty.
30Elliiot, Philip L. Fact and Imagination in Browning's "Apparent Failure".
31Evasdaughter, Elizabeth N. Sir Thomas Malory's Knights on the Road and A.J. Greimas' Semiotic or Narrative Square.
32Fallis, Richard. Recoving Yeats's Satiric Voices.
33Fell, Christa. Christa Wolfs Kindheitsmuster: Lenkas Traum.
34Fick, Thomas H. A Kind of Text for All the Rest: Realism in the Beau Actual in Antebellum American Fiction.
35Field, Stephen. Hexagrammatic Landscapes in the Poetry of Ruan Ji.
36Frazier, Toney. A Bogeyman for the Eighties: The Phenomenon of Freddy Krueger.
37Geckle, George L. The Royal Shakespeare Company and the Making of Ideology: The Merchant of Venice and the Jew of Malta.
38Girelli, Carl A. Palatalization in Brazilian Portuguese: A Syllable Structure Analysis.
39Glidden, Hope H. The Circle and the Abyss: Jean de Meun, Rabelais, and the Encyclopedic Mode.
40Godar-Londono, Michele. How to Best Teach Foreign Langauges in Florida.
41Golden, Kenneth L. "Cultural Literacy" and Teaching Composition and LIterature: Ideals and Realities.
42Greenway, John L. Penetrating Surfaces: X-Rays, Strindberg and The Ghost Sonata.
43Hague, Angela. Beyond the Laboratory Brain: Hnery James and teh Creative Process.
44Hamilton, Donna B. King John, the Church of England, and teh Common Lawyers.
45Hanna, Ralph R., III. The Ideology of Lollard Biblical Translation.
46Hark, Ina R. Rewriting the Failed Father in Back to the Future.
47Harnack, Andrew. The Bertoffean Rheostat: Turning Up the Electricity.
48Harper, Margaret M. Editing George Yeats?
49Hartunian, Diana. Carpe Diem Imagery and Symbolism in La Celestina.
50Hedgepath, Sonja M. Selbstdarstellung in der Exilprosa Else Lasker-Schülers.
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621Hewitt, Regina. Coleridge's "Principled" Reform.
2Hiltner, Judith R. Melville and the Limits of Charity.
3Hughes, Elaine W. Stand By Me: An Adolescent's Journey to Adulthood.
4Hysjulien, Jamie. The Recited Society and of the End the Modernist Novel.
5Ierardo, Domenico. Sciascia, La Mafia, Il Giorno Della Civetta.
6Isomaki, Richard. In Resistance of Oppression: Faint Emily in The Mysteries of Udolpho.
7Jones, Catherine M. Rene D'Anjou and the Art of Chivalry.
8Jones, Margaret E.W. Interiors and Inner Dimensions: Subjective Space in Esther Tusquet's El mismo mar de todos los veranos.
9Jordan, Jack. Peering Through Proust's Peepholes: Three Perspectives on A la recherche du temps perdu.
10King, Charlotte P. Teaching Culture: Do We Begin With Past or Present?
11Kirkland, Jim. Untitled. Re: Style analysis software.
12Kolin, Philip C. The Idea of Family in Emily Mann.
13Lam, Clara & Chow, Balance. Pinyin and Zhuyin: Introducing a More Effective Way of Teaching a Sound System of Chinese.
14Larsen, Jeanne. Tying Loveknots: Female Desire and Ecriture Feminine in Poems by Women of the Southern Dynasties.
15Lawson, Don S. The Pure Products of America Go Crazy: Charlie Chaplain One A.M.
16Levine, James S. On Metaphor in Russian: Theories and Themes.
17Lu, John H.T. Semantic Constraints on Syntactic Constructions.
18Lutz, Jay. The Literature of Stockholm's Island Park Through the Centuries.
19Machonis, Peter. An Analysis of Make + Deverbal Nominals in English.
20McLees, Ainslee A. Courtroom Narrative: The Distance Between Text and Reality in Hugo and Camus.
21Mason, Julian. Editing Phillis Wheatley.
22Montgomery, Michael. Trans-Atlantic Connections between Varieties of Engilsh: The Case of Subject-Verb Concord.
23Morrow, Laura. Intertextual Vows and Illegible Lives in The marriage of Bette and Boo.
24Mueller, Monika. Getting Close to Zenobia: Gender, "Mystery," and "Magic" in The Blithedale Romance.
25Nakajima, Kazuko. Audience-Oriented Composition in Japanese and International E-mail Exchange.
26Neupert, Richard. Exercising Color Restraint: Technicolor and Hollywood.
27O'Neal, John C. Nousseau on Liberty.
28Osborne, John C. Jupiter's Horoscope of the "German Hero" in Grimmelshausen's Simplicissimus Teutsch.
29Padgett, Donna M. Telling Less than We Can Know.
30Pagan, Nicholas O. Tennessee Williams' Out Cry in The Two-Character Play: A Metadramatic Approach.
31Pesaresi, Massimo M. Musing on the Infinite and the Sublime.
32Petrovska, Marija. Magic Castles in Bohemia: An Adaptation of Bozena Nemcova's Fairy Tales.
33Preston, Deborah. Durang's American Tragedy: Christopher Durang's The Vietnamization of New Jersey.
34Raffini, Christine. Comment du Corps l'Ame on peult deslyer: Unraveling the Neumerological Underpinnings in Maurice Sceve's Delie.
34Rasmussen, Ann M. Det tomma intet: Nature and Intellect in August Strindberg's novel By the Open Sea.
35Reck, Rima D. Fiction in the Paris Waste Land: Drieu's Le Feu follet and Postwar Art Quarrels.
36Ree, Joseph J. On the Fragmatics of Some Integjections in Japanese.
37Reese, James W. Computer Aided Learning of Japanese.
38Reinhart, Max. Reflections on Reflection: Interreferential Strategy in the 17th Century Prose Ecologue.
39Rennert, Hal R. Closing the Gap Between Langauge Learning and Literature Pedagogy.
40Reynolds, John F. Classical Rhetoric and Computer-Assisted Composition: Extra-Textual Features as Delivery.
41Reynolds, Mark. Using Writing to Teach Literature.
42Rice, S. Paul. Representing the Primal: A Search for Poetic Wisdom in Modern American Poetry.
43Richardson, Gary A. The Politics of Dramatic History: Monarchist Comedic Representations of the Commonwealth: 1647-1663.
44Richter, Simon J. Under the Sign of Venus: Eichendorff's Marmorbild and the Erotics of Allegory.
45Rickard, John. James Joyce and the Art of Memory.
46Rosenthal, Rae. A Feminist's Reconception of English 101.
47Salgado, Maria A. Valle-Inclan y mitificación de su persona literaria.
48Schliefer, Ronald. Historicizing Modernist Signification: Modernism, Materialism, and the End of Europe.
49Schnepf, Michael A. The Significance of the petardos in Galdos's La Desheredada.
50Schulz, H.-J. The Proper Place of LIterature: Socialist Debates Around the Turn of the Century.
51Schwartz, Sanford. The Postmodernity of Modernism.
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631Scott, Patrick. Using Rhetoric Differently: An Advanced Writing Course from Historical Materials.
2Sedycias, João. Federico Gamboa and the Mexican Background of Santa.
3Sekine, Eiji. Several Remarks on the use of Audio-Visiual Materials.
4Shealy, Daniel. A Place in the Estimation of Society: Editing Louisa May Alcott's Letters and Journals.
5Steppich, Christoph J. Zu wolframs Parzival: war den Gralsburgnewohnern die Identität ihres Besuchs bekannt?
6Stetz, Margaret D. Rebecca West: The Music and Brushstrokes of Literary Modernism.
7Szmurlo, Karyna M. L'inscription du feminin: Germaine de Stael et la theorie des masques.
8Theander, Gunilla. Antihero and Posthero: Modern and Postmodern Bildung in Dostoevsky and Ellison.
9Theis, Martin. John Dos Passos: A Romantic Mind Meets an 'Abortive' Century, or Romantic Strain in American Modernism.
10Thoenelt, Klaus. Willst du Besser sein als wir, Lieber Freund, so Wanderte!" Die Kunst des Reisens in Goethes Leben und Work.
11Thomas, Mary L. Strategies of Persuasion in Calderon's Auto La hiadalga del valle.
12Thompson, Margareta. A Revised Portrait of Ol'ga Berggol'ts.
13Tush, Susan R. Preaching and prisons Scenes: the Conventions of the Evangelical Novel in Adam Bede and Two of the "Silly Novels".
14Tynan, Nancy L. Keys to Troilus in the Eighth Sphere: Anaphora and Narrative Structure.
15Van Cleve, John. Faust's will and the Audience of the Faustbuch.
16Varnas, Lazaros A. Language Transfer and Aspectual Distinction Errors.
17Vickers, Carol F. Recent Developments in the Teaching of Writing More Than Just a Bag of Tricks.
18Viti, Robert. Etienne Lantier and Family: Two-timing in L'Assommoir and Germinal.
19Walters, Lori. Love and War in Jean de Maun's Continuation of the Romance of the Rose.
20Weaver, Jack W. Through a Green Eye Darkly: Irish Satire - More Tone and Attitude than Form?
21Weissberg, Lilane. "True Confessions": Hannah Arendt and the Writings of Autobiography.
22Welsh, Barbara L. La jeune et la vieille dans la litterature satiriques du seizieme siecle.
23Winchell, Mark R. Rod Sterling's Requiem for a Heavyweight: A Drama for Its Time.
24Winton, Calhoun. Chaucer in Augustan England: Reflections on Gay's Second Play.
25Witek, Terri. Revising the Self: Robert Lowell's "Sailing Home from Rapallo".
26Yow, Paula P. The New Paradigm: connecting Mind and Heart in Our Roles as Teachers, Critics, and Politicians.
27Miscellaneous and Program.



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6328Ames, Christopher. Nightmare and Tradition: History and the Modernist Cannon Narrative.
29Amoss, B. McRae. Narrative (and) Authority in Stendhal's De l'Amour.
30Aronowitz, Beverly-Lynne. Making Meaning of metaphor by Talking and Writing Together.
31Baker, Moira P. The Uncanny Stranger on Display: The Female Body in Herrick's Hesperides.
32Baker, S. Read. Visions of the Baroque: Cyano de Bergerac's La mort d'Agipppine (1647).
33Bamforth, Mary Beth & Hobbs, Janet. Teaching Cooperative Skills.
34Barnum, Carol M. Reader (And Viewer) Response to Joseph Campbell: A Model for the Classroom.
35Bates, Scott. La Coquille et le Clergyman: Germaine Dulac vs. Antonin Artaud.
36Bayuk, Milla. Deus Ex Machina: The Human Side of the Computer.
37Benmaman, Joseph D. Maimonides: His Philosophical and Medical Influence on Western Civilization.
38Berger, Mary J. & Ryan, Leigh. Empowering Student Writers.
39Berk, Lynn M. Waht Does it Do? A Function Approach to Anaphoric It.
40Boehrer, Bruce T. Bestiality in A Midsummer Night's Dream.
41Booker, M. Keith. The Myth of the Mythic Method: History and Eternity from Jesus to Joyce.
42Bowers, Neal. The Search for a Better Textbook: A Bibliograpy of Creative Writing Textbooks.
43Browning, Logan. Converting Scrooge: The Miser as Narrative Currency in A Christmas Carol.
44Burneko, Grace B. Forbidden Love as Rite de Passage in W.B. Yeats's Noh Dramas.
45Burton, Thomas G. Appalachain-Scottish Studies at East Tennessee State University.
46Buttry, Dolores. Knut Hamsun: En ruteløs komet?
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641Calin, William. Alain Chartier's Cruel Lovely Lady: Conventino and the Undermining of Convention in French Poetry.
2Carlton, Cynthia L. The Theatrical Realist: The Influence of Gustave Flaubert's Madame Bovary on Jean Renoir's Grand Illusion.
3Carroll, Kathleen L. The Collaborative Audience: Susan Glaspell's "Modern" Vision of Spectationship.
4Caughie, Pamela L. "Not entirely strange.. not entirely friendly": Passing and Pedagogy.
5Chapple, Richard L. La Figura di Venezia come protagonista ne Il Gruppo di Alexander Galin.
6Chaski, Carole E. The Concept "Word" for Linguists, Oral Poets and Non-Readers.
7Christian, Edwin E. Increasing Cultural Literacy in the Composition Classroom.
8Cone, Annabelle C. Women's Space and Women's Time in Rousseau and Chardin.
9Cornis-Pope, Marcel. 'Limp' vs. 'Acute' Criticism: A Poststructuralist Assessment of James's Author-Reader Dialectic.
10Cox, Rosemary D. "Old Times There are Not Forgotten" The Role of Southern Studies in the College and University Curriculum.
11Curry, Renee R. "Hairspray": The Revolutionary Way to Restructure and Hold Your History.
12Davis, Joseph K. Romantic Love, Myth, and Joseph Campbell.
13de Oliveira, Celso L. Orfeu da Conceição: A Dramatic Poem.
14Deane, Paul. Exploring the Spatialization of Form Hypothesis.
15Denison, Patricia D. T.W. Robertson: Victorian Audiences and Modern Realisms.
16Doan, James E. Forbidden Love in the Old Irish and Early Modern Irish Romance Tradition.
17Dorrill, Masako. The Study of Negotiation Skills in Learning Culture.
18Edwards, Grace T. Traditional Folk Arts for Students, Parents, and Other Consumers: Festival at Radford University.
19Ellison, David R. "La belle ame"/"Die schöne Seele":'Le Grand Meaulnes' and the Aesthetics of Romanticism.
20Engel, William E. The Consitution and Dissolution of the Body in Montaigne's Essais.
21Field, Stephen. Hexagrammatic Landscapes in the Poetry of Xie Lingyun.
22Foster, John B. Modernism and Memory: The French Subtexts for Nabokov's Speak, Memory.
23Fragola, Anthony. Foot Fetishism in Luis Bunuel and Robbe-Grillet: What a Lovely Foot You Have, my Dear.
24Gabler-Hover, Janet. Melville, Plato, and Derrida: The 'Truth' about Rhetoric in The Confidence-Man.
25Gale, Fredric G. Using a New Theory to Develop Progressive Composition Pedagogy.
26Gaston, Patricia S. Untitled. Re: The Historical Novel.
27Glaze, Linda S. Vidas cruzadas: Benavente and Spanish Film
28Golden, Kenneth L. The Nearer Reaches of Outer Space: Joseph Campbell and Myths of the Space Age.
29Green, Roberta. Troubled Waters: Charting the History Behind the Screen.
30Greenway, John L. Rendering the Invisible: Edvard Munch and Experimental Photography.
31Greetham, D.C. Slips and Errors in Textual Criticism.
32Grimes, Dorothy G. Cohesion in Two Dylan Thomas Narratives: A Study of "An Adventure Toward a Work in Progress" and "Ballad of the Long-Legged Bait"
33Grothmann, Wilhelm H. Conny und Zygmunt als Alternativen des Heimatbegriffs in Siegfried Lenz' Roman Heimatmuseum.
34Gurganus, Albert E. Siegfried Lenz's Deutschstunde: An Anti-Heimatroman.
35Hall, Donald E. Private Passion and Public Chaos in George Moore's A Drama in Muslin.
36Hampton, Warren. La Generacion del 89 Ortega, Maeztu y Unamuno: Convergencias y Divergencias.
37Harding, George E. Four Battle Portrayals in German Arthurian Romance.
38Hartfield-Mendez, Vialla. Sex, Power and Creative Discourse in Lourdes Ortiz' Urraca.
39Huges, Elaine W. Man's Timeless Journey.
40Hawrins, Hunt. Conrad and Historicism: Heart of Darkness.
41Huntington, John. The Social Strategies of Chapman's Anti-Courtly Neoplatonism.
42Hwa, Lily. Yuan Chen's Rational and Pragmatic Approach to Confucianism: A Study of T'ang Confucianism.
43Heffernan, Thomas J. Images of Another Self: Dreams, Figurae and the Representation of the Self in the Passio Sanctarum Perpetuae et Felicitatis.
44Helena, Lucia. A Confluencia do Mitico e do Histórico na Literatura: Viva O Povo Brasileiro.
45Hellerstein, Nina S. Reflections of the Void/Reflections of the Self: the Paternal Absence in L'Amant.
46Henry, Eric. Running Amok in the Spring and Autumn Era: Domestic Sagas in Tso Chuan.
47Hermann, John P. Power or Truth: Typological Politics in Old English Poetry.
48Hodge, Marion. James Dickey's Fiction of Failure.
49Howes, Marjorie. Maud's Peculiar Heritage: Femininity and Misalliance in LeFanu's Uncle Silas.
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651Ierardo, Domenico. I Racconti Di Giuseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa.
2Irvine, Martin. Chaucer's "Key of Rememberance": Writing as Memory and Archive.
3Johnson, William W. Gramatica esencial: Conputerized Spanish Grammar Review.
4Jordahl, Patricia. The ELF Program: An Elementary Language Fundamentals Program in French, Spanish, and German for Elementary Students.
5Kain, Geoffrey R. Change and Stasis in Dream of the Red Chamber.
6Kerr, Frances. Looking for a Few Good Men: Pound and the Genderization of Literary Value.
7King, Charlotte P. The Televised Journal: Maximizing the Cultural and Linguistic Rewards.
8Knight, Alan E. The Heroines of the Lille Processional Plays.
9Lastinger, Valerie C. Illuminez ce sein que je ne saurais voir: Texte, image, baroque et les philosophes du XVIIIe siecle.
10Lenard, G.T. Consumerism and teh Meaning of Success in Sister Carrie.
11Lu, James. Pleasure but not to the Point of Debauch: A Look at Confcious' Treatment of Sexuality.
12McCreary, Don R. Backclipping in Japanese.
13McCrimmon, Miles S. Market Forces in James' Criticism: The Construction of a Professional Authorship and Readership.
14McDaniel, Ellen. Computers and Writing: The Word Processor Makes a Difference.
15McElrath, Joseph R., Jr. Bibliography, the Red-Headed Stepchild.
10McEntee, Grace. Remembering Ligeia.
17Macfie, Pamela R. Poetry and Possession in Chapman's Hero and Leander.
18McMahen, James. Rhythmic Interpretation of Minnesang.
19Marban, Jorge. Contubernio Catro Do Tome S: The Struggle for Justice in a Galacian Novel.
20Mason, Julian. Crossing Boundaries.
21Maxwell, William. Rap Music, Theories of Postmodernism, and Revisionist History.
22Meyer, William E.H., Jr. Faulkner's Aural Evangelism: An Essay in Religious Aestheticism.
23Michael, Magali C. Feminism, Postmodernism, History: Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale.
24Miller, Gayle H. A Sharing of Images: The Mysutic, the Artist, and the Homilist.
25Milleret, Margo. Lessons from Brazil's Theatrical Past.
26Morris, Ann R. & Dunn, Margaret M. The Natural World of Zora Neale Hurston: Flora and Fauna in the Florida Novels.
27Murphy, James G. Youthful Material vs. Mature Technique: The New York Edition of The American.
28Mylan, Sheryl A. Love in the Trenches: A Bloomian Analysis of Woman in the War Novels of Crane, Hemingway, and Mailer.
29Nauman, Jonathan. The Role of the B.V.M. in the York Cycle.
30Neugaard, Edward J. The Continuing Valencian Langauge Controversy.
31Nichols, James R. Galeveston, Oh Galveston - Glen Campbell & Virgil's First Ecologue as Folk-Western Myth: The Historical Persistence of Creative Myth as Popular Cultural Fantasy.
32Nolan, Barbara. Untitled. Re: Ancient Poets and Fiction.
33Norris, Nancy. Temas filosoficos en La efemerides: una novela de Ramon Sender.
34Nunnally, Thomas. In Defense of (Horrors!) the Passive.
35Olson, Gary A. & Gale, Irene. Selected Bibliography of Rhetorics and Readers for Advanced Composition.
36Plummer, John F. Conceiving Galahad: Sacred and Profane in Malory.
37Reynolds, Fred. Technical Writing in Translation: A Meta-Analytic Bibliography of the Textbooks.
38Rice, H. William. Opening Inscriptions in Toni Morrison's Beloved.
39Richardson, Brian. Conrad's Dialectic of Representation: History, Fabrication, and Reflexicity in Nostromo.
40Rickard, John. Diarmuid and Grainne Revisited: Forbidden Love in Modern Ireland.
41Rimberg, John. On-the-ground In-country Direct and Personal Observations of The Motion Picture industry in the U.S.S.R., 1959.
42Sailer, Susan S. History, Self, Poetry As Act: Yeats' The Tower and Heaney's The Haw Lantern.
43Schoolfield, George C. A Neglected Passage in Ibsen.
44Schroeder, Suzanne. Heilige Brocken: Martin Walsers Dialekt/ik in "Heilige Brocken. Ein Beitrag Zur Heimatforschung."
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661Seidel, Kathryn L. The Artist in the Kitchen: The Economics of Creativity in Hurston's "Sweat".
2Sekine, Eiji. A Chiasmus of Eros in Mann's Death in Venice and Mishima's The Temple of the Golden Pavilion.
3Shurr, William H. Now, gods, stand up for bastards: Reinterpreting Franklin's Autobiography.
4Silverstein, Marc. Portrait of Dora and the Problem of the Feminist Spectator.
5Simmons, Joyce M. Collaboration in Classes in Argumentative and Persuasive Writing in the Two-Year College.
6Skenazi, Cynthia. La perfectibilite dans la Delie.
7Smith, Roch C. Electrifying the Image: Putting Robbe-Grillet's Generators to Work.
8Swennen-Ruthernberg, Myriam. Betrayal, Revenge and Justice in Giovanni Sercambi's Novelliere.
9Szwarc, Isis. Collaboration in the Classroom.
10Tax, Petrus W. Lavinias Striptease in veldekes Eneas-roman. Zur Entwicklung weiblicher Psychologie.
11Thomas, Mark E. A Reader's Guide to Reader's Guides: Intro the Big Woods of the Family Trees for Go Down, Moses.
12Thompson, James. Political Economy and the Novel.
13Tuma, Myron C. & Ray, Blair. Software for College Composition.
14Turner, Tramble T. Wounding the Audience: Shepard's A Lie of the Mind.
15Ujie, Ken. Integrating Language and Culture in Intermediate Japanese Classes.
16Vosburg, Nancy. Double Binds: The Prison Memoirs of Carlota O'Neill.
17Watson, Charles S. Learning from Historians: The Ongoing Study of Simms.
18Welch, Marcelle M. L'esthetique rococo dans les contes de fees de Madame d'Aulnoy.
19Whalen, Terry. The Horrid Laws of Political Economy: Edgar Allan Poe and the Panic of 1837.
20Wisnant, Norman E. Wider alles manchvnne gewafent: The Devil's Craft in the St. Pauler Predigten.
21White, Joseph N. Advanced language Training in the Nordic Langauges in the Foreign Service Institute.
22Whickham, Christopher J. Leidermacher and Heimat.
23Winston, Elizabeth. If Casaubon Hadn't Died and Harleth Hadn't Married: Gissing's Debt to George Eliot in The Odd Woman.
24Wolff, Sally. Among the Missing: Phil Hand's Disappearance from The Optimist's Daughter.
25Young, Joy. Trobairitz versus Troubadour: Images of Lady and Lover in Twelfth-Century Languedoc.
26Discussion session sign-in sheets and South Atlantic Review



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6627Aceredata, Alberto. El Prototipo Femenino en la Poesia de Fray Luis de Leon.
28Allen, Joseph R. Undressing as Narrative.
29Baker, Deborah L. Baise m'encor: Re-reading Louise Labe's Sonnet XVIII.
30Baker, Peter. The Silence of the Lambs as a Feminist Text.
31Barrineau, Nancy W. Sexuality, Censorship, and Dreiser's "Working Girls".
32Berenstein, Cynthia. Regularlization of teh Preterite in Black English Vernacular.
33Bishop, Wendy. Students' Stories Should Change Composition Research.
34Booker, M. Keith. Interpreting the Postmodernist Text, or, Ping as Pornography.
35Brandes, Rand. The Body and History in Seamus Heaney's "Digging" and Ciaran Carson's "Bloody Hand".
36Breakstone, Carole D. Odysseus and the Second Indochina War: A Hmong Tale of Reincarnation.
37Burneko, Grace B. Midwinter Memories in Eilean Ni Chilleanain's The Second Voyage and The Magdalene Sermon.
38Carpetto, George M. Machiavelli in a Freudian Mode.
39Carter, Everett. Realists and Jews.
40Chichester, Ana G. Lo grotesco en "El que vino a salvarme" de Virgilio Piñera.
41Chow, Balance Tin-Ping. Daughters of the Matriarch in the Book of Songs: Defining the Master Narrative in Ancient Chinese Civilization.
42Christianson, Scott R. An Instance of Plagiarism.
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671Collins, Richard J. Patrarch in the Mirror.
2Conner, Tom. Coq Rogue: A Swedish James Bond?
3Cooper, John. A Practical Approach to Overcoming Problems with Cases.
4Cunningham, Karen. Little Warts and Moles: Bodies and Proofs.
5Dana, Carol. The Yin-Yang of Family Ties: Sashi Deshpande's That Long Silence and John Updike's Rabbit at Rest.
6Davis, W. Eugene. Phantasmal Orchestras: Incidental Music in Thomas Hardy's Far From the Madding Crowd.
6Davis, W. Eugene. The Structures of Justice: A New Approach to The Secret Sharer.
7Delery, Clayton J. It's only something which I am beginning to comprehend: Semiotic Cross-Currents in Kate Chopin's The Awakening.
8Deming, Mary & Gowen, Sheryl. Topics for Writing: Roadblocks, Detours, and Smooth Paths.
9De Pree, Julia K. "Le Cygne" & le geste.
10Doak, Kevin M. Producing Ethnicity in Japanese Romanticism.
11Dorrill, Masako. Business Japanese Beyond Japanese Business.
12Downes, Margaret J. Humor in Beowulf.
13DuBow, Wendy. Contradictory Conceptions of the Narrating Self in The Diary of Anaïs Nin: Volume I, 1931-34.
14Duplantier, Rebecca W. Woyzeck Und Das Freie Feld.
15Eble, Connie. American Slang and Black and White Relations.
16Ensor, Allison R. Before Jumping the Frog: Mark Twain's "Important Correspondence".
17Farina, Donna. Marrism and Soviet Lexicography.
18Farquhar, Sue W. Myth, Sexuality and Politics in Montaigne's on some verses of Virgil.
19Farrell, Thomas J. Time and Chronotope in the Clerk's Tale.
20Fatting, Karl. Nota Bene: Prolegomina to A Study of Marginalia in the Encyclopedie.
21Favata, Martin A. Wisdom in Medieval Spanish Exempla: The Disciplinia Clericalis and the Libro de Buen Amor.
22Felch, Susan M. From Experience to Text: Autobiography in Julian of Norwich.
23Ferrara, Patricia. Genre, Semiology and Narrative Coherence in Dreyer's Vampyr: A Tale of Two Vampires.
24Field, Stephen. Narrative Structures in Chuchi "Tianwen".
25Fra-Molinero, Baltazar. Calisto, el pecado de Sodoma y el deseo homosocial de Sempronio.
26Frantzen, Allen J. Interface Between the Oral and the Written in the Anglo-Saxon Penitentials.
27Gabriel, Lena C. Pirandello and the Deconstruction of the Self.
28Gale, Irene. Theory and The First-Year "Student Writer".
29Garner, Stanton B., Jr. The Flaw in the Diamond: Beckett, Merleau-Ponty, and the Phenomenological Subject.
30Gates, Joanne E. Feminist Variations on the Romance Narrative in the Fiction of Elizabeth Robins.
31Gartner, Bruce S. Self Control and Denial: Eatign Disorders in Alfredo Bryce Echenique's Magdalena Peruana y Otros Cuentos.
32Gilbert, Armida. Patterns of Progressive Christianization: The Imagery of the Supernatural in Le Morte D'Arthur.
33Gonzalez, Ann. Rosario Aguilar: The Politics of Exclusion.
34Gooze, Marjanne E. Interconnected Lives: Self and Form in Theories of Women's Personal Narratives.
35Gougeon, Leon. Gentility Confronts Reality: Holmes, Emerson, and "Unwashed Zola".
36Graham, Dorothy H. Something perilous and new: The Importance of Family in The Bone People.
37Greene-Gantzberg, Vivian. Untimely Views on Russian in Herman Bang's Foreign Correspondence.
38Guice, Stephen A. The Status of Pre-Nineteenth Century Linguistics: Or, Why Sir William Jones Didn't Really Start It All.
39Hagen, Susan K. The Critics, the Prioress, and the Monk, or Jail the Hooker and Let the John Go Free.
40Hannon, Patricia. Invisible Kingdoms: The Displaced Heroine in Seventheenth-Century Fairy Tales by Women.
41Harding, George E. The Tragic History of Hildebrand.
42Hark, Ina Rae. Home Alone: The Adventure Film in the VCR Age.
43Henry, Eric. The Lurid and Momentous Adventures of Hsia Chi of Ch'en.
44Hill, John M. Is There a Critique of Revenge in Beowulf?
45Hollinger, Karen. Contemporary Adaptations of les Liaisons dangereuses: Losing the Feminist Draft.
46Hudock, Amy. Untitled. Re: Morrison's Revision of the Medea Myth in Beloved.
47Huttenstine, Mariam L. Everywoman in the Journals of Joyce Maynard (and others).
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2Ingebretsen, Ed, S.J. One Need Not be a Chamber - to be Haunted: Robert Frost, the Gothic and the American Tradition.
3Ingrassia, Catherine. Alexander Pope, Hack Writer.
4Jacobi, Martin J. & Lovitt, Carl R. Teaching Communication as a Liberal Arts Course.
5Jones, Margaret E.W. Cela Through His Prologues: The man, the Writer, the Critic.
6Juraga, Dubravka. James Joyce and Danilo Kis: Power and Oppression in Ireland and Eastern Europe.
7Kapai, Leela. Rift and Reconciliation in Naipaul's Works.
8Kaul, Emil W. Process as Product: Some Musings on Ethics and Literature.
9Keenum, Mary B. La Comtesse de Tende: The Mataphor of the Fall.
10Kellogg, David. Parvenus with Pickaxes: Thomas Kinsella and the Wood Quay Controversy.
11Kinkade, Richard P. Violante de Aragon (1236?-1300?): Alfonso's Fickle Spouse.
12Kinney, Anne B. Infant Exposure in Early Chinese Narratives.
13Kirkland, James W. Perspectives on the Evil Eye: Beliefs and Practices of Italian-Americans in Greenville, NC.
14Konopka, Rafal & Kretzshmar, William A., Jr. Management of Lingusitic Databases.
15Kramer, Dewey W. Transcendent Stones: Reinhold Schneider's evocation of the Landscape in Philipp der Zweite.
16Kraus, Dierdre F. Molly and Poldy and Fermina and Florentio: Wild Women and Soft-hearted Men.
17Krell, Jonathan F. Le cosmos ludique de Michel Tournier.
18Kurjiaka, Susan K. A Raging Vioce: Woman Against Self in Hawthorne's Fiction.
19Lalande, Roxanne. Dom Juan: Of Myth and Men.
20Lastinger, Valerie C. Listening to Sophie De Segur's Silence: The Comnig of Age of a Middle Age Woman.
20Lastinger, Valerie C. What's A Woman To Do? Textuality, Sexuality, and Politics in Diderot's La Religieuse.
21Leeder, Ellen L. La Presencia de la Libertad, la Violencia y las Paz en las Ultimas Novelas de Lera.
22Lemay, J.A. Leo. Tranklin's Underground Tract: A Dissertation on Liberty and Necessity, Pleasure and Pain (1725).
23Lenard, G.T. Toy Soldiers Riding Hobby Horses: The Bowling Green in Tristram Shandy.
24Linder, Ann P. Romanticism and the British and German Landscapes of World War I.
25Lott, Anna. The (Un)happy Wife in Elizabeth Inchbald's A Simple Story.
26Lott, Sandra W. Write the Vision and Make it Plain: The Role of the Witness in Joy Kogawa's Obasan.
27Lowe-Evans, Mary. Sweetheart of Darkness: Kurtz's Intended as the Bride of Frankenstein.
28Lu, James J. The Poetic Art in the Narrative of Hong Lou Meng.
29McElrath, Joseph R. The Bibliographical Ground for the Interpretation of Frank Norris's Life and Works.
30Maffett, I. Lamar. Becoming the Poem: Quantum COmposition in the New Sciences.
31Mallery, Karen. Reading Representations of the Female Body in DIderot and Greuze.
32Mantero, Jose Maria. La Pasion en Conversacion al Sur de Marta Traba.
33Marcone, Rose M. Unamuno's Social Vision.
34Marshall, Cynthia. Portia's Wound, Calphurnia's Dream: Embodying VIolence in Julius Caesar.
35Marti, Kevin. Nexus Mysteriorum: Textual Boundaries and Gothic Space in Pearl.
36Masdon, Shannon. Moral Priorities in The Clerk's Table.
37Mason, Julian. Landscape in the Poetry of James Applewhite.
38Matalene, H.W. The Deserted Villiage: Redistribution, Growth and Human Need in Fact and Fiction.
39Maxwell, William. Home to Moscow: Claude McKay, Marxist Theory, and teh Racial Identity of Cultural Studies.
40Mertz, John P. Testing Syntactic Skills in Advanced Writing.
41Minnick, Nicole F. An Enigma: Montaigne, an Admirer of Alcibiades.
42Moody, Julie E. Language, Story and Text: The Linguistic Constructin of Beka Lamb.
43Mori, Masaki. Life as Journey in Natsume Soseki's Kokoro.
44Morris, Ruth; Allen, Susan; Morris, Kevin. The Be or Not the Be: The Case of the missing Copula.
45Morrow, Patrick D. Disappearance Thrugh Integration: Three Maori Writers Retaliate.
46Moskal, Jeanne. Mary Shelley's Mont Blanc.
47Murray, Barbara M. Dickinson's Third "Master Letter": Intimations of Intimacy, Pregnancy, and Control.
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691Neel, Jasper. Student Resistance to New Pedagogical Strategies.
2Neugaard, Edward J. The Depicture of the Devil in Catalan Folkmore.
3Nouvet, Claire. Proposal.
4Ocasio, Rafael. Literary Offspring: The Figure of the Child in Proust and Arenas.
5Olazagasti-Segovia, Elena. Cuestion de amor propio, de Carmen Riera: Novela de "concienciacion"
6Orr, Elaine N. The Negotiated Discource of Feminist Literary Criticism.
7Padgett, Donna. Protocol Studies' Relevance to Business Communications.
8Parker, Alice. Reading Nicole Brossard Reading Djuna Barnes: Intertextuaity and Subjectivity.
9Parsons, Melinda. Ethnicity, Gender, and the Public Appreciation of Folklore at the Turn of the Century: A Case Study.
10Pena, Luis H. & Maiz, Magdalena. Santa, virgen y martir: la configuracion del personaje femenino en la novela cristera.
11Portnoy, Jeffrey A. The Sobert Part of Israel: The Jewish Problem in Absalom and Achitophel.
12Powers, Peter K. Religions and Politics in the American Literature Seminal: Do the dead bury the dead, or do the dead bury the living?
13Prevos, Andre J.M. A New Trend in French Popular Music: The Emergence of French Rap.
14Putnam, Lola. La evolucion hacia una nueva mujer en cinco personajes femeninos de Galdos.
15Rajan, Gita. Writing and Sexuality: The Case of Walter Pater.
16Riley, Helene M. Kastinger. Das Herz des Menschen ist symphonisch gestimmt: Die Kompositionen Hildegards von Bingen.
17Roman-Laguans, Jorge. Dictadura y Literatura de Testimonio: El Caso Chileno.
18Rosenman, Ellen B. The Schoolmaster and the Aristocrat: The Leavises, E.M. Forster, and the Politics of Criticism.
19Runge, Laura L. The Gentleman Reader in Tom Jones.
20Rust, Richard D. Transformation on the Edge: Liminality in the Marble Faun.
21Sailer, Susan S. The Playhouse and the House in Earnest: History and Memory in the Poems of Seamus Heaney.
22Samuelian, Kristin F. Being Rid of Women: Self-Help and Domestic Ideology in Hard Times.
23Schmersahl, Carmen B. Adding, Cooks, Spicing Up the Broth: Collaborative Business Writing.
24Secor, John R. Aspectual Perfectivity in Past Tense Verbs as a Gender Marker in the Lais of Marie de France.
25Sekine, Eiji. What is "Nature" in Modern Japanese Fiction?
26Senior, W.A. Such Glandade Glory: Parental Affection in Medieval English Literature.
27Shaw, Kurt. French Connections: The Three Musketeers Motif in Andrej Bitov's Puskinskij dom.
28Shinzato, Rumiko. Two Kinds of Cognitive Processes.
29Shumaker, Nancy M. Teaching Langauge Through Film Clips.
30Sigal, Gale. Three Faces of Eve: The "Lady" of Medieval Vernacular Lyric.
31Silverstein, Marc. Keeping the Other in its Place: Language and Difference in The Room and The Birthday Party.
32Smith, Peggy. Cajun Dancing: A Three Generational Study.
33Smith, Sidney R. Current Tendencies in the Norwegian Language.
34Smotherman, Teresa. El Pensamiento de Franz tamayo: Hacia Una Pedagogia de la Liberacion.
35Spencer, Richard L. Tivium vs. Technology.
36Stanesa, Jamie. Science, Ethics and Utopian/Dystopian Literature: an Approach to Teaching Ethical Decision-making in the Composition Classroom.
37Stanton, Joseph. Outposts on the Edge: Edward Hopper's Still Lives.
38Steppich, Christoph J. Parzivals Wende. Zu Wolframs Parzival, 468, 21 - 472,11
39Szmurlo, Karyna. Le desir de l'espace feminin dans l'ecriture de Michel Butor.
40Taylor, Karen. The Character of Eve and the Metaphor of Femininity in the Jeu d'Adam.
41Thompson, Margareta D. Tvardovskii as a Literary Critic.
42Thompson, Tim. Didi and Guil, Ros and Gogo, Existentialism and Structuralism.
43Tinnell, Roger D. Music in Federico Garcia Lorca's Bodas de Sangre.
44Torsney, Cheryl B. The Mythology of Taste in Henry James's A Little Tour in France.
45Town, Caren J. The House of Mirrors: Carrie, Lily and the Reflected Self.
46Towner, Theresa M. Because I Like To: Four Reasons to Reopen Faulkner's Later Novels.
47Traub, Valerie. Staging Desire: Discourses of Female Erotic Pleasure in Early Modern England.
48Ujie, Ken. Breaking the Old Myth: Honing Dictionary Skills Can Be Fun.
49Uhlig, Ludwig. Von Der Alpenidylle Zur Bürgergemeinde: Schillers Tell Und Die Eidgenossen.
50Visel, Robin. The Landscape of My Body Turns Me Inside Out: Coming of Age in Schreiner, Lessing and Gordimer.
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701Walker, Julia. Dialogue Incorporated: Toward a Poetics of Character in Performance.
2Walker, Nancy. Against Convention: Ruth Hall and American Realism.
3Waniek, Erdmann. Schmutzig und rein: Natur in "Novelle" und in "Pfisters Mühle".
4Waxman, Barbara F. Dialogic Encounters of the Close Kind: Feminism, Poststructuralism and New Literary Critical Forms.
5West, James L.W. III. Did F. Scott Fitzgerald Have the Right Publisher?
6Wharton, Fred. The Governors of these Men: John Marston and the Politics of Sex.
7Wilson, Martha & Sell, Gwendolyn. The Differences Within: Searching for the Double.
6Winton, Calhoun. John Gay, Lyricist, and the Problems of a Lyric Poet.
7Wiseman, Tom. Untitled. Re: The Pathetic Mode and Dysfunctional Families in Medea and Sister Carrie.
8Woosley, Linda M. The Publication of Her Sex: Gender and Power in De Quincey's "The Spanish Military Nun".
9Wutz, Michael. The Vortex-Machine Kreisler: The Narrative Engine of Tarr.
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7011Adams, Timoty D. Fathers and Sons in Reynolds Price's Clear Pictures.
12Alagova, Tamara. Soviet Realism and Women.
13Anderson, Christopher L. Reopening the Discussion on Determinism in Cañas y Barro.
14Baker, Moria P. A Familiar world[,]...Never Known: Female Subjectivity and Desire in The Awakening.
15Baldi, Andrea. Epifanie e metamorfosi del "meraviglioso" nell'epica tassiana.
16Bardsley, Jan. Motivating Reading and Research in Advanced Japanese Though Integrated Project Work.
17Beauvois, Margaret. Using Networked Computers for Class Discussion.
18Berry, J. Colleen. Fears, Fantasies, and Fox Tales: Literary Manipulation of Female Sexuality in the T'ai-P'ing Kuang Chi.
19Betts, Richard A. The Scrutinizing Prism of Time: The Historical Vision of Robert Penn Warren's Chief Joseph.
20Booker, M. Keith. Menippean Energy and Linguistic Subversion in Flann O'Brien's The Hard life.
20Booker, M. Keith. Narrative, Metanarrative, and Utopian Fantasy in Vargas Llosa's The Storyteller.
21Brian, Dianne. Heroic Outlaws: The Romanian Ballad Tradition of the Haiduc.
22Bryant, Lizbeth A. Can "We" Collaborate at a SAMLA Session?
23Buchanan, Rhonda. El Mundo Fantasmagorico de Hector Tizon.
24Burkhart, Robert E. Hall Screens and the Tiring-House Facade: What the Inns of Court and the Rose Can Tell Us.
25Buttry, Dolores. Through a (Magnifying) Glass Darkly: Hamsun and Politics.
26Byerman, Kieth E. Anger in a Small Place: Jamaica Kincaid's Critique of Antigua.
27Campbell, Christopher D. Community Reaction to A Text: The Lutheran Book of Worship and St. Enoch Lutheran Church of Enochville, North Carolina.
28Chesney, Thom. The Coycean Echo in Sean O'Faolain's The Talking Trees.
29Chow, Balance T.P. The Heiroglyphics of Desire: The Transgression of Genre in the Poetry of Zhu Shu'zhen.
30Classen, Albrecht. Elisabeth Charlotte von der Pfaltz, Herzogin von Orleans Epistolare Selbstbekenntnisse und Literarisches Reisenunternehmen.
31Cobb, C. Averno y paraiso: Gerardo Diego y su amor de conflicto etico-religioso por la corrida de toros.
32Cohen, Michael. Passing as Respectable: Sexual Countermyths and Displacement Struggles in the Novels of Wilkie Collins.
33Cole, Andrew W. Materiality and (Il)literacy in Anglo-Saxon England.
34Cope, Kevin L. Slumbering Before the Big Screen: Beckford's Passive Projections of Global Connoisseurship.
35Dabbs, Thomas. The Rise and fall of Dodsley's Old Plays.
36Daniell, Beth. Theroy, Theory-Talk, and Composition.
37Dean, Margaret J. Poetic LIcense in Milton's Sonnet XII (11): Who are "They"?
38Decker, Nancy M. Keeping the Home Fires Burning: The Voices of German WOmen in Deutsch Südwest.
39DeVost, Nadine. Hemingway's Girls: Writing Women's Lives.
40Ditman, Laurent. Une autre fin de ciecle: La serie des Fortunes de France de Robert Merle.
41Dunford, Jane C. Jewish Aspects of Wolfram's Parzival.
42Dzameshie, Alex K. The Use of Politeness Strategies as Solidarity and Deference Moves in Christian Sermonic Discourse.
43Efimov, Nina. Images of Women-Saviors in Contemporary Russian Literature.
44Eisen, Kurt. Black Bottoms, Blues Matrix: Ma Rainey and August Wilson's Popular Race Record.
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711Fennel, B.A. The Linguistic Attitudes of German Immigrant Women Writers.
2Ford, Susan Allen. A Name More Dear: Daughters, Fathers, and Desire in A Simple Story, The Fale Friend, and Mathilda.
3Ganin, Russell. Sexual Politics and Imperialism: Alterity and Discovery in Diderot's Supplement au voyage de Bougainville.
4Geis, Dobrah R. Invasion of Privacy: Performance Art and the Violating Body.
5Goddu, Teresa. The Power of Blackness: The African-American Gothic.
6Godorecci, Barbara J. Of Gods and Princes: The Workings of language in L.B. Alberti and Machiavelli.
7Golden, Kenneth L. William Blake Versus the Signle Vision: The Private Symbolism of the Marriage and Songs.
8Goslee, Nancy. Untitled. Re: Shelley's Epipsychidion.
9Gosser, Mary Ann. Maurice Roche's Compact: The Tattoed Body of the Text.
10Grigsby, John L. Twentieth Century Southern Literature and Ellen Douglas' The Rock Cried Out and Can't Quit You, Baby: Extending the Tradition while Expanding the Canon.
11Gugler, Mary Beth. As Many Chapters as Steps: Sterne's Theatric Posings in Tristam Shandy.
12Haas, Robert. The Deus ex Machina in the Films of David Mamet.
13Hampton, Hayes. Composition After Deconstruction: Avital Ronell and the Reinscription of Writing.
14Handy, Patricia M. Community, Healing and Self: Mainstream and Minority Fictions in the Late Twentieth-Century.
15Harrison, Beth. Ethnographic Fiction: An Alternative Tradition in Modernism.
16Harrison, Suzan. Beyond Marriage, Beyond Death: Alternative Destinies and Cultural Critique in Fiction by Women of Color.
17He, Liang. On Women in Zhang Xianliang's Fiction.
18Hedges, Warren. A Capital Relationship: Hamlin Garland's Accounting of His Father.
19Hines, Carole P. Vowel Merging in Southeastern Virginia.
20Hood, James W. Tennyson and the Penetrating Light.
21Hutchisson, James M. Dreiser's Two Financiers.
22Hwa, Lily. The Conflict Between Confuscian Values and The Quest for Love in "the Tale of Ying-Yang".
23Jones, Dan. Helping Students Deal with Different Poems.
24Juraga, Dubravka. Nabokov's The Gift: A Dialogic Farewell to Russian Literature.
25Kargleder, Charles L. Revising the Cannon' Yolanda Oreamuno in Costa Rican Fiction.
26Killiam, Marie-Therese. The Mutilation of Anima in Surrealist Arttexts.
27Kirklighter, Christina C. The Positioning and Repositioning of First- and Third-World Feminists in Maxine Hong Kingston's China Men.
28Kizza, Immaculate. Devil on the Cross: A Lament for Kenya.
29Krato, Jennifer Rae. Larra's el Pobrecito Hablador: Enlightenment Satire Versus Romantic Costumbrismo.
30Kuenz, Jane. Untitled. Re: The Pleasure of Visiting Disney World.
37Larsen, Jeanne. Make Hollow Answer, Yes: An Erotics of the Tzyyyeh Ge.
32Lastinger, Michael. Trains, Pains and Animal Meals: Images of Locomotion and Appetition in Zola's Les Rougon-Macquart.
34Lees, Clare A. Traditional History and The Culture of Anglo-Saxon Preaching.
35Leonard, Candyce. Stage Directions and Space in Buero Vallejo's Mito.
36Lin, Caroline Ju. The Fantasized "Ideal" Woman as Portrayed in Pu Songling's Liaozhai zhiyi.
37Lutz, Jay. Insiders and Outsiders in Birger Sjöberg's Lilla Paris.
38McCarthy, William B. What Jack Learned at School.
39McEntee, Grace. Charles Johnson and Toni Morrison: Forging New Ground in the Slave Narrative Tradition.
40Malinowska, Barbara. The Unbearable Lightness of Their Visions: Pursuit of the Unattainable Moments of reality in the Poetry of Czeslaw Milosz and John Ashbery.
41Marks, Patricia. Dombey is a Mothers, After All.
42Marullo, Thomas G. To Be or Not to Be: The Case of Sosnovskaia in Ivan Bunin's The Elagin Affair.
43Meding, Twyla A. Palimpsest in the Pastoral: Inscription and Mutability in L'Astree.
44Moran, Micahel G. Phenonenology and Advanced Composition.
45Mori, Masaki. A Night on the Galaxy Railroad as an Unstable Text.
46Moser, Irene. Southern Literature - An Indigenous Beginning: The Cherokee Story of How the World Was Made
47Murphy, Stephen. Theory of Ekphrasis and Les Tragiques.
48Murray, Douglas. Virginia and Appius on Stage and Page: Early Modern Constructions of Gender.
49Norris, K. James. Are You Experienced?
50Novikov, Tatyana. Platonov's Happy Moscow: An Allegorical Reading of the Russian Soul.
51Nuhfer-Halten, Bernice. Spanish for Technical Purposes: La Problematica.
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721O'Sullivan, Sibbie. Robert Jordan: The Scout Turns in His Badges.
2Pettis, Joyce. Connected Cultures in Paule Marshall's Daughters.
3Pierce, Camden. Sentimentalizing Empire in Southerene's Oroonoko.
4Ragen, Brian A. Christ in the Trenches: War and Sacrifice in Kipling, Open, and Sassoon.
5Raphals, Lisa. Prescient Women in Early Chinese Narratives.
6Rasmussen, Mark. The Complaints Volume and Spenser's Career.
7Rehyasky, Katherine H. Esperance and the Lover: the Figure of Hope in the Dits Amoureux.
8Rivera-Rodas, Oscar. La hermeneutica de la diferencia en el discurso del inca Garcilaso.
9Roskelly, Hephzibah. Pragmatism, NeoPragmatism and the Search for Philosophy.
10Sachs, Bonnie M. From Weber to Viebig: Changing Social Structures and Nationalism in Clara Viebig's Daas schlafende Heer.
11St. Laurent, Maureen E. A New Tradition, Who'll Follow: Women Travellers and the Discourse of Exploration.
12Saunders, Alison. Visual Versus Verbal: Changing Uses of Imagery in Sixteenth-Century French Verse.
13Schulze, Robin G. Untitled. Re: Modernism.
14Schoolfield, George C. A Sonnet on Sickness by Simon Dach.
15Scott, Virginia M. Comptuer-Aided Writing in a Foreign Langauge.
16Shields, Anna. An Analysis of the Women's Biographies in the Han History.
17Shields, E. Thomson.Tragedy and Apology in Spanish and English Exploration Narratives of North America.
18Shinzato, Rumiko. Cognitive Psychology and Japanese Syntax.
19Simpson, Shona E. The Authority of Absence: Wordsworth, A Dash of Hegel, and the Elusive Lucy.
20Slack, John S. Two Worlds Collideorscape: Samuel Roth vs James Joyce.
21Songer, Marcia J. The African Becoming in Achebe's A Man of the People.
22Standley, Fred L. The Syllabus: Socialization, Canonization, Historical Process.
23Swanson, Philip. Tyrants and Trash: Sex, Class and Culture in La Casa de los Espiritus.
24Tarvers, Josephine K. Where Women are Meat: College Slang, Language Communities, and Linguistic Description.
25Tillery, Jan. Yall in Oklahoma.
26Taylor, Susan M. Multimedia in Teaching Languages.
27Teem, William M. We Speak: The Power of the Communal Essay.
28Thompson, Margareta O. The Tvardovski Brothers in Scandinavia.
29Van Cleve, John. The Outsider as Teacher in the "Romanus Dialogue" of Hans Sachs.
30Volpe, Rosa. Italian Film to FIll the Gap Between Content and Form Within the Langauge Classroom.
31Waldrep, Shelton. From Modern to Postmodern: Architecture, Construction, and Ethos in the Magic Kingdom.
32Weatherly, Joan. Coleridge's Tetractyls: Tropes of Aesthetic Vision.
33Wells, Byron R. Discoveries of the Grand Tour: A Dijonnais in Italy.
34Wilkinson, J.C. A Rheinauer Version of The Judenknabe.
35Willis, Susan. Disney World: Public Use/Private State.
36Yi, Hyang-Soon. Meaning as Process: A Comparative Study of Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon and Ryunosuke Akutagawa's "Rashomon" and "In a Grove".
37Ying, Li-hua. Family and Homosexuality: The Central Struggle of Crytal Boys.
38Zaborowska, Magdalena J. The Joys and Perils of Intercultural Translation: Eva Hoffman's Immigrant Tale for the Fin de Siecle.
39South Atlantic Review Convention Program Issue



Undated papers, authors identified (specific dates unknown), approximately 1960-1985

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731Amis, Lola J. Aspects of Milton's Adam in Miller's Quentin: A Comparative Analysis Based Upon John Milton's Paradise Lost and Arthur Miller's After the Fall.
2Artinian, Robert W. Literary Decadence and the Frisson Nouveau.
3Bain, Carl E. SAGE in Search of Rosemary and Thyme: The Early Years of the South Atlantic Graduate English Cooperative Agreement.
4Ball, George B., Jr. Charles Chesnutt's The House behind the Cedars: Racism and the Genteel Romance.
5Borelli, Mary. Literary Values in a Detective Story of Piero Chiara.
6Cancalon, Eliane D. La Symbolique de l'espace dans Herodias (The Symbolism of Space in Herodias).
7Ceyak, Wallace. Problems in Relating Literary Examples to the Teaching of Far Eastern Religions.
8Cobb, Carl. El tema del amor domestico en la poesia de Pedro Salinas.
9Crispin, John. The Relationship Between Theme and Structure in Pio Baroja's "El mundo es ansi".
10Cro, Selio. J.L. Borges Y Las Vanguardias Culturales.
11Crook, Eugene J. The Old Law and the New Law in Njal's Saga.
12Davis, William M. Indo-Iranian Mythology in Grande Sertao: Veredas.
13Deer, Irving. Literature, Vitality and the Popular Arts.
14Donovan, Dennis G. Untitled. Potential Graduate Consortium in the Triangle Area of North Carolina.
15Erickson, John D. Gide's L'Immoraliste: Text as Palimpsest.
16Fei, Peter K. Some Syntactic Properties of the Chinese Adverbials.
17Fernandez-Jimenez, Juan. El Tratado Nortable de Amor y La Critica Literaria.
18Flaherty, M.G. Dreams of Golden Ages.
19Franson, J. Karl. Christ on the Pinnacle: Interpretive Illustrations of Milton's Paradise Regained.
20Frazer, Winifred L. E.G. and E.G.O. Emma Goldman in The Iceman Cometh.
21Girgus, Sam B. The Other Maisie: Inner Death and Fatalism in What Maisie Knew.
22Hamlet-Metz, Mario. La critique dramatique par la parodie: De la Revolution a la Restauration.
23Hammel, William M. The Popular Arts and The Teaching of English.
24Harper, George M. Passion and Precision: Some Observations on Editing Yeats's Occult Papers.
25Herbert, T. Walter, Jr. Homosexuality and Spiritual Aspiration in Moby-Dick.
26Hester, Erwin. The Graduate Student Future.
27Hirschberg, Edgar W. G.H. Lewes and A.W. Schlegel: An Important Critical Relationship.
28Jones, George F. The Signs of Old Age in Oswald von Wolkenstein's Ich Sing Und Hor (Klein No. 5).
29Kellogg, Robert. Teaching Literature as Non-fiction.
30Lietch, Vincent B. The Modernist Poetics of the Estonian Poet Aleksis Rannit.
31Leparulo, W.E. I Rapporti Di Albert Camus Con L'Italia.
32Lyde, Marilyn J. T.S. Eliot's Burnt Norton: The Paradox of Memory.
33McGowan, Thomas. The Making of Traditional Knotted Bedspreads in Watuga County, N.C.
34Madden, David. Morris' Cannibals, Cain's Serenade: The Dynamics of Style and Technique.
35Marigold, W.G. Anton Ulrich Von Braunschweig as a Writer of Drama.
36Maurino, F.D. Lyricism in Di Giacomo.
37Mebane, Mary E. Some Ways of Improving Freshman English.
38Pollie, Carolyn M. Motion in Corruption: The Link Between The "Anniversaries".
39Pugh, Griffith. Malamud's SChemeil and the Comic Grotesque.
40Reid, Alfred S. The Structure of "Song of Myself" Reconsidered.
41Renza, Louis. Autobiography: A Secession from Literary States to the Self.
42Rice, Miriam W. The Meaning of Metaphor in La Regenta.
43Ruffo-Fiore, Silvia. Fools, Heroes, Saints; The Petrarchan Theme of Fame in Donne's Songs.
44Saman, Paul A. Over the Balaton Sea: A Sketch from Hungary.
45Waldo, Tommy R. The Language of Prince Pericles: An Investigation into Dramatic Style.
46West, Harry C. Hawthorne's Magic Circle: The Artist as Magician.
47Whitaker, Paul K. Penthesilea: A Tragedy of Bad Faith.
48Ziomek, Henryk. El estado actual del problema del Nacimiento y del origen genealogico de Tirso de Molina.



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7411983
Elves Began It: Language as the Physics of Middle-Earth.
Il Ritorno Alla Propria Terra di Cesare Pavese Ed Elio Vittorini.
Untitled. Re: Chretien de Troyes.
Untitled. Re: Property and Thought.
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7421986
Kundera's Response to Kundera.
Das Prinzip der kleinsten schritte: musil und das 'ungelöste problem des naturalismus' Beitrag zu: die uberwindung des naturalismus: Begriffe, Theorien und Interpretationen.
Utilisation de La Bicyclette bleue dans un cours sur la culture 1939-1945.
1992
Japanese Text - Sample Presentation
Undated
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744Untitled. Re: Glados.
4Apocalyptic: Georg Kaiser's Gas Trilogy.
4The Disarming of the Knight: COmic Parody in Lyly's Endymion.
4Voltaire, Shakespeare, and Thomas Rymer.
4Untitled. Re: Rule Relaxation in Literature.
5Standard Chiense: A Modular Approach.
5Tolstoy the Pagan and Dostoevsky the Christian.
5A Little-Known Classic of Ecclasiastical History: Tassoni's Annali ecclesiastici.
5Strindberg's Miss Julie in English: The Value of Literalness in Translation.
5Henry James and Joseph Conrad on Revolution.
6The Elusive Virtue: Morality in Bercelo, Alfonso X, Don Juan Manuel and Juan Ruiz.
6Amor, Concupiscencia y Codicia en la Tematica Galdosiana.
6The Medieval Mind and The New Spirituality.
6The Apocalyptic Vision in Old English Poetry.
6Comic Resolution in Brideshead Revisited.