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Protestant versus Catholic in Mid-Victorian England : Mr. Newdegate and the nuns
(University of Missouri Press, 1982)
This book explores the conflict between Protestants and Catholics in the period from 1850 to 1874, focusing on Parliament Member Charles Newdigate Newdegate and his crusade against male and female Catholic religious orders.
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 ...
The Radical Frances Wright and Antebellum Evangelical Reviewers: Self-Silencing in the Works of Sarah Josepha Hale, Lydia Maria Child, and Eliza Cabot Follen
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2015)
The early antebellum, a nation-building period of industrial progress, financial crisis, and social upheaval, associated the values of evangelical Protestantism with American middle-class respectability. Individuals who ...
Commerce des lumières : John Oswald and the British in Paris, 1790-1793
(University of Missouri Press, 1986)
"My subject is the involvement of British intellectuals in revolutionary thought and action between the end of the American Revolution and the fourth year of the French Revolution. John Oswald, briefly famous as a herald ...
Songs from behind the curtain, an opera in three acts
(University of Missouri--Kansas City, 2012-01-25)
Songs from Behind the Curtain is the story of Pascal Baur, a damaged composer in 1980's Hartford, who, as the musical director of the Hartford Opera Company, is encoding Soviet messages into his operas. Within the operas ...
Charles James Fox: a man for the people
(University of Missouri Press, 1969)
The book grows out of a professional interest in Fox's talents as a parliamentary speaker. The scope, therefore, is that of a biography, with Fox's attainments as a speaker coming to the foreground at frequent intervals. ...
Crying in the wilderness : the outlaw and poet in Ben Hecht's militant Zionism
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)
During the Second World War, the American journalist and screenwriter Ben Hecht had been one of the lone voices to break the silence about the Nazi Holocaust. Then, in 1947, Hecht shocked and outraged people across the ...
Sensory analysis of low fat strawberry ice creams prepared with different flavor chemicals and fat mimetics
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
The objective of this study was to understand the release behavior of five strawberry flavor compounds in ice cream with fat mimetics, and to reformulated low-fat ice cream with Simplesse® to match the flavor profile of ...
Between the old and the new : Friedrich Gentz, 1764-1832
This dissertation reviews the life and political impact of Friedrich Gentz, who was born in Breslau, Prussia, in 1764, and died in Vienna, Austria, in 1832. Though remembered today as only a second- (or even third-) tier ...
Pottery production at Fort Hill (27CH85) a seventeenth-century refugee community in northern New England
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2009)
[ACCESS RESTRICTED TO THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI AT AUTHOR'S REQUEST.] This thesis formulates a model for explaining stylistic, functional, and compositional diversity in ceramic artifacts produced during the contact period (A.D. 1590...
Rebuilding the soul: churches and religion in Bavaria, 1945-1960
(University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
church archives. Results indicate that confessional tension was far more widespread than many have believed. Furthermore, mass consumerism helped create an ethos of individualism that severely undermined the shared experiences of traditional Christian...