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Browning and the Florentine Renaissance
(University of Missouri, 1917)
There seem to me to be three distinct causes why Florence rather than any of the other city states was the center of the Italian Renaissance. The first of these is that she preserved her popular government long enough to ...
John Horne Burns : Toward a Critical Biography
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 1985)
The dissertation traces John Horne Burns's life and career as a novelist and English teacher, from his origins in Andover through his literary success with The Gallery (1947), Lucifer with a Book (1949), and A Cry of ...
Interpreters of Chicago : a study in American regionalism
(University of Missouri, 1932)
The second discovery of America came when the writers discovered the interesting elements in the varied communities which made each of them unique. A like discovery had been made in England years before by George Eliot, ...