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Missouri performance trials, 1961 : Sorghum
(University of Missouri, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1962)
This report summarized the sorghum performance trials conducted by the Agricultural Experiment Station at five locations in the state of Missouri during 1961.
Growth and development with special reference to domestic animals. XXXIII, Efficiency of work horses of different ages and body weights
(University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1934)
Environmental physiology with special reference to domestic animals. IX, Milk production and feed and water consumption responses of Brahman, Jersey, and Holstein cows to changes in temperature, 50 degrees to 105 degrees F. and 50 degrees to 8 degrees F.
(University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1950)
Om: One God Universal: A garland of offerings
(Columbia, MO: Om Shanti Mandiram, 1999)
A collection of works on the theological and linguistic concept of Om.
The men I have chosen for fathers : literary and philosophical passages
(University of Missouri Press, 1990)
Selected pieces from essays published over the past twenty-five years. In general, the first essays move from a concern with the literature of the Southern Renaissance to a consideration of that New England "regionalist" ...
Campaign Missouri 1992
(University of Missouri Press, 1994)
Missouri's campaigns in 1992 were the most exciting in years. Missouri citizens contributed the most money ever to their candidates, and the candidates spent almost all of it. Voter interest was high, reflected in voter ...
As equals and as sisters : feminism, the labor movement, and the Women's Trade Union League of New York
(University of Missouri Press, 1980)
This book is the story of the New York Women's Trade Union League's efforts to reach New York City's working women and interest them in unionization, to create an alliance of upper-class and working-class women, and to ...
Mind in character : Shakespeare's speaker in the sonnets
(University of Missouri Press, 1987)
"This book is about poetry rather than theory. Shakespeare's poetry, I find, remains more relevant and more rewarding than any theory, however elaborate, as to who, if anyone, should read a text and, if so, how they should ...
The Old French and Chaucerian fabliaux : a study of their comic climax
(University of Missouri Press, 1978)
This study is about the comic structure of the fabliaux. The survival of approximately 160 Old French fabliaux, some in several versions and in different manuscripts, attests to their widespread popularity in the Middle ...
Emerson's modernity and the example of Goethe
(University of Missouri Press, 1990)
Looking at Emerson in his time, as he was attempting to define his relevance to his age by creatively engaging an aggregate of attitudes and ideas that he and his contemporaries recognized as modern. Most of those attitudes ...
The mild reservationists and the League of Nations controversy in the Senate
(University of Missouri Press, 1989)
"What if the United States Senate had approved the Versailles Treaty and permitted the country to join the League of Nations that was being formed after the First World War? Would the course of history have been so altered ...
The humor of irony and satire : in the Tradiciones peruanas
(University of Missouri Press, 1986)
The richness and vastness of Palma's narrative contribution have long demanded a more illustrative approach, such as that employed by Rosenblat and Hatzfeld in their studies of Cervantes' language. Accordingly, I have ...
The new citizenship : origins of progressivism in Wisconsin, 1885-1900
(University of Missouri Press, 1972)
This is a book about people with different ideas about democracy from those that prevail today. Wisconsin's early progressives would have been astonished by the focus historians have placed on producer identifications. ...
The Germans in Missouri, 1900-1918 : prohibition, neutrality, and assimilation
(University of Missouri Press, 1985)
Throughout its existence the National German-American Alliance was not only an important cultural institution in the German-American community but also one of the principal organized opponents, ethnic or otherwise, to those ...
Missouri under Radical rule, 1865-1870
(University of Missouri Press, 1965)
The five years following the Civil War were a critical period in Missouri's history.The conservative groups that had long dominated the politics and economics of the state found themselves split over a variety of issues. ...
Experiencing Shakespeare : essays on text, classroom, and performance
(University of Missouri Press, 1988)
"This is a collection of free-standing essays on Shakespeare. About half of them appear in scattered publications, some of them not readily accessible. The essays date from 1975 to 1985, and, in presenting them chronologically ...
Major Cuban novelists : innovation and tradition
(University of Missouri Press, 1976)
These chapters present a general survey of the development of the Cuban novel in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, with specific and detailed studies of the works of Alejo Carpentier, Jose Lezama Lima, and Guillermo ...
Veterinary medicine, University of Missouri--Columbia, 1872-1968
([University of Missouri, School of Veterinary Medicine], 1969)
Covers the history of the University of Missouri. College of Veterinary Medicine from 1872, when the first instruction in veterinary medicine was offered, until 1968. Include photographs, biographies, and lists of faculty members.
God be with the clown : humor in American poetry
(University of Missouri Press, 1984)
This study will examine the neglected comic element in American poetry, placing it in the rich and distinctive traditions of American humor.
Trip report, 1989
The following reports by members of the faculty of the four campuses of the University of Missouri System and the University of Western Cape, located in Bellville, South Africa, are the result of participation in a faculty ...