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    Masters Thesis
    Lo, Isabella
    The Hmong people are a group of Southeast Asians who came to America around 45 years ago. Because they are still so new and still such a small group, their stories have only began to come to light. As a group of becoming, the Hmong are now engaging in . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Evans, Megan Day
    Feminist rhetoric often looks back in history to find instances of women’s voices in writings, but for my thesis, I argue the importance of looking at modern forms of feminist rhetoric in academia. I am specifically looking at what I term as Rouge Fem . . .
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    Westerling, Janice.
    Shakespeare's poetic dramas mark the height in the evolution of a form that had begun with the dramatizations of the medieval mystery plays, and they have a power that has not been realized in the genre since. We may describe this power as the capacit . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Thompson, Alvin Joseph.
    In his essay "Technique as Discovery," Mark Schorer observes, "The difference between content, or experience, and achieved content, or art, is technique." According to Schorer, "When we speak of technique ... we speak of nearly everything. . . . Techn . . .
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    Taylor, J. Mark.
    Traditionally Shakespeare's Henry V has been seen as a panegyric celebrating King Henry V as the ideal monarch. Some critics acclaim Henry as the poet's finest conception of the statesman-king, a monarch who brought unity and peace to a disturbed Engl . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Swanson, Robert.
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    Shorts, Albert Grayson.
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    Sauceda, Cecilio.
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    Masters Thesis
    Pena, Manuel H.,1942-
    One difficulty in preparing a lexicon for Finnegans Wake lies in coming to grips with the way Joyce fuses the basic English underlying the book with the seemingly endless number of words, fragments, and phrases from every conceivable language. For tho . . .
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    Masters Thesis
    Kurihara, Martha Haruko.
    Herman Melville will surely be remembered as the author of that epic of whaling, Moby Dick, with its savage harpooneers, loyal mates, and the monomaniac Captain Ahab grimly pursuing the white whale. His accounts of trips to the South Seas (Typee, Omoo . . .