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    Stone, Mary Anne
    On May 29, 1880, the not yet twenty-two year-old principal of the Howard School for Negroes wrote in his journal: I think I must write a book ... I shall write for a purpose, a high holy purpose, and this will inspire me to greater effort. The object . . .
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    Sarfaty, Valerie
    "I must create a system or be enslav'd by another Mans I will not Reason & Compare: my business is to create" Thus did William Blake declare his poetic intentions, and he proceeded to create an astounding body of poetry--unique, psychologically profou . . .
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    MacComb, Debra Ann
    In recent years, a good deal of scholarly effort has been devoted to the task of affixing a "proper" periodic label to the genius of Gerard Manley Hopkins. Though certainly a Victcorian by birth, Hopkins' precocious poetic style is often associated wi . . .
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    St. Clair, Beaumarie
    An Honors thesis submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of Bachelor of Arts in English.
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    Magdaleno, Sheila Rose Marie
    A total of 16 female Long-Evans rats, divided evenly into four groups, were presented with a chromatic stimulus paired with a chromatically neutral stimulus. The chromatic stimuli used were: red, yellow, green, and blue; each group was rewarded for re . . .
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    Scott, Daniel Mark
    In a significant number of his novels, Jack Kerouac searches for the simplicity, freedom, and idealism of a truly innocent life. Robert A. Hipkiss in Jack Kerouac, Prophet Of The New Romanticism refers to Kerouac's work (the novels about Lowell, Massa . . .
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    Wintz, Douglas M.
    Franz Kafka remains one of the most enigmatic authors of the twentieth century. The significance and meaning of his works have been debated from various viewpoints, ranging from psychological to historical criticism. Like most writers and artists of t . . .
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    Good, Edie
    On one level the novels and short stories of D.H. Lawrence can be read as simple love stories. But to read them as such is to cheat oneself and to debase Lawrence. To treat oneself to a fuller and deeper reading experience and to do justice to Lawrenc . . .