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The old French diphthong ẹi : its development dialectally and in the literary language down to modern times
(University of Missouri, 1909)
The cyclic relations of the Chanson de Willame
(University of Missouri, 1911)
Its object is to examine the Chanson de Willame and various related sources and to compare the latter, both with one another and with the Willmne. These comparisons will include many minor points of resemblance and difference, ...
La contamination de mots français passés en anglais
(University of Missouri, 1907)
Having noticed in various readings and French translations into English, there are many words in English, originating from French, whose meaning is very different in both languages. The author asks the cause of this and ...
Bridging the gap in French romantic representations of blackness 1750-1880 : the male mulatto in French literature
([University of Missouri--Columbia], 2014)
This dissertation traces the evolution of the male mulatto in literature from his appearance in the early nineteenth century to his sudden disappearance in the late 1880's. In this dissertation I argue that the literary ...
The inter-relations of the three schools of French poetry in the nineteenth century
(University of Missouri, 1915)
There have been three schools of poetry in France since the beginning of the nineteenth century. They are the Romantic, the Parnassian/and the Symbolistic. These are the schools which have made of their century in France, ...
L'Auguste Autrichienne : representations of Marie-Antoinette in 19th century French literature and history
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
Maria Antonia Josepha Joanna, or as she is most well-known, Marie-Antoinette (1755-1793) spent her entire life under the watchful eye of many. Fashioned from birth as an Austrian aristocrat, she was transported to France ...
Al-Tahtawi’s translations of French works : a precursor to Nahda’s and literary modernity in the Arab world
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2018)
"This thesis showed that the Nahda project, despite its partial failure because it did end with the end of the century due to the new circumstances and new intellectual movements, did change the Egyptian society in particular ...