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Interpreters of Chicago : a study in American regionalism
(University of Missouri, 1932)
. They have been forced to recognize the great power of the city, and they have made its character one of the principals in many of the novels and stories.The writers of Chicago have never been content to follow in the literary methods they used. First Robert...
The spirit of home in the literature of the Lower South
(University of Missouri, 1917)
Text from page 3: In 1867 Harte began writing stories of the West that were focused upon locality, employing in them a technique similar to that of Poe. He has been heralded as the first contributor to the literature of ...
The evolution of the French novel
(University of Missouri, 1912)
The novel has existed in some guise always. Its most primitive form must have been the narrative anecdote, apologue, short story. After the advent of the professional minstrel or jongleur, it must have become differentiated ...
Antony's oriental policy until the defeat of the Parthian expedition
(University of Missouri, 1918)
Text from page 1: "For a comprehensive study of Antony's relations to the Orient, it is necessary to take up in some detail the proconsulship of Gabinius in Syria, for it was as commander of the cavalry that Antony first ...
Place names in the southwest border counties of Missouri
(University of Missouri, 1933)
If, by chance, all the written evidence of the history of a region, the character of its people, its economic structure, and its physical qualities were swept away, the story of that region could be reconstructed with an ...