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A Sanskrit Librarian Comes to America
(University of Missouri International Library Center, 1999)
The following is a collection of papers written during a long period of more than four decades in the fields of Sanskrit literature, library science and Indo-American cultural cooperation. No attempt has been made to revise ...
Environmental physiology and shelter engineering with special reference to domestic animals. XXXVI, Interrelations between temperatures of rumen (at various depths), rectum, blood, and environmental air, and the effects of an antipyretic, feed and water consumption
(University of Missouri, College of Agriculture, Agricultural Experiment Station, 1955)
Latinos in Missouri : Gateway to a New Community : Proceedings of the 2004 annual conference Including selected papers from 2003
(University of Missouri Extension in cooperation with the Cambio Center, University of Missouri, 2007)
The University of Missouri is proud to bring you the proceedings from the 2003 and 2004 Cambio de Colores conferences. These proceedings showcase the excellent presentations from both events and share information as we ...
Immigration of Latinos to Missouri
(University of Missouri Extension, 2002)
Missouri has a history of diversity in geography, the economy, culture and people. The state is well known for its ability to adapt to the changes required to accommodate this diversity. Among the changes that are occurring ...
Adolph R. Krause and Augusta W. (Richter) Krause and their descendants (1860-2009)
(William John Krause II, 2009)
This books summarizes the family history of Adolph R. and Augusta W. (Richter) Krause following their arrival in the United States.
It's good to tell you : French folktales from Missouri
(University of Missouri Press, 1981)
The stories told in this book, like the stories on television, illustrate the triumph of good over evil; the rewards of heroism and virtue; and the endurance of the human spirit when faced with tragedy and catastrophe. In ...
Shakespeare's vast romance : a study of The winter's tale
(University of Missouri Press, 1980)
In the past few decades, no group of Shakespeare's plays has increased more in public and scholarly esteem than the four late comedies - Pericles, Cymbeline, The Winters Tale, and The Tempest - generally collected in modern ...
Charles Perrault : memoirs of my life
(University of Missouri Press, 1989)
It is impossible to know whether Perrault intended the Memoirs to be published. There are early references to "your uncles," identifying Perrault's children as his immediate audience; however, he offered nothing about his ...
The poetic fiction of José Lezama Lima
(University of Missouri Press, 1983)
Lezama Lima's works undoubtedly form an important and major body of literature, and critical interest in his publications continues to grow. However, his challenging and innovative writings require patient reading if one ...
Paper flowers; a play in six scenes
(University of Missouri Press, 1971)
Paper Flowers [Flores de papel] has recently been published in Spain and also in Cuba, where it won the 1970 Casa de las Americas theatre award, Latin America's most prestigious prize. As the 1970 recipient, Paper Flowers ...
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. ...
Ariosto and Boiardo : the origins of Orlando furioso
(University of Missouri Press, 1987)
In remarkably intensified form the fortunes of Orlando Furioso repeat the history common to the group of which it is really a very uncommon member. It was immediately and indisputably the poem of its age, challenged only ...
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 ...
Trip report, 1988
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 ...
War and the novelist : appraising the American war novel
(University of Missouri Press, 1976)
This study, based on a comprehensive examination of a representative cross-section of the literature, attempts a fresh evaluation of the contemporary American War novel. Many of the authors discussed here have done more ...
Nicolás Guillén, popular poet of the Caribbean
(University of Missouri Press, 1990)
Nicolas Guillen is generally lionized by the critics as an exponent of an exotic version of mainstream Latin American poetry, a somewhat avant-garde negroid poetry (literally, poesia negroide) He has also been claimed by ...
The big horse and other stories of modern Macedonia
(University of Missouri Press, 1974)
It was not until after the Second World War and the successful struggle of Tito's partisans and the forging of a new Yugoslavia that Macedonia realized in some measure her autonomy as a republic, federated within that new ...
The Venezuelan Armed Forces in politics, 1935-1959
(University of Missouri Press, 1972)
The purpose of this study is to analyze the political role of the Venezuelan military from the death of Gen. Juan Vicente Gomez in 1935 to the presidency of Romulo Betancourt in 1959. This analysis should contribute to a ...
Black Freemasonry and middle-class realities
(University of Missouri Press, 1980)
This book documents some of the realities of success as being racially delimited. For more than two hundred years this segment of the black middle class has at the same time dealt with the system of exclusion and yet ...
Thomas Stothard : the mechanisms of art patronage in England circa 1800
(University of Missouri Press, 1988)
Thomas Stothard (1755-1834) was probably the most prolific illustrator of his times, executing designs for everything from landscape, sculpture, and history painting to ceramics, silverwork, and book illustration. The ...