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  • Comparison of the Iphigenias, Euripides, Racine and Goethe 

    Strong, Charles Munroe (University of Missouri, 1900)
    The legend of Iphigenias is one of the most touching of its kind and its theme has been a favorite with dramatists at various times. The story of the young girl, so gentle and forbearing, so modest and submissive to her ...
  • Die epische zwischenrede in Goethes erzahlungen 

    Betz, Martha (University of Missouri, 1913)
    This piece explores Johann Wolfgang von Goethe's epic works.
  • Die theorie des einakters 

    Busch, Ella Adeline (University of Missouri, 1904)
    Discusses various dramas and the techniques of one-act plays.
  • Infinitive in the Nibelungenlied 

    Herrnleben, Henry (University of Missouri, 1899)
    The Nibelungenlied, or the Great Middle High German Epic, was written in the form we now have it in the first half of the 13th century, and contains over 8,000 lines written in form-line strophes in Hexameter. Its original ...
  • Inwiefern Lessing in seinem wortschaftz vom modernen neuhochdeutschen sprachgebrauch abweicht 

    Hauhart, Wiliam Frederick (University of Missouri, 1902)
    Discusses Lessings works and their influence on German language.
  • Literary art of Schiller : with especial reference to the use of "effects" or emotional inference in his dramas 

    Turrell, Charles Alfred (University of Missouri, 1901)
    In this thesis there has been no attempt made to reach new conclusions. In fact, the subject would scarcely admit of that, since the emotions we experience have all been felt before. The sole purpose has been to analyze ...
  • Luther uber literatur : I. Seine gedanken uber deutsche dichtung 

    Patzwald, Otto Reinhold (University of Missouri, 1905)
    Discusses Luther's usage of literary forms drama, tragedy, and comedy to make the Bible more relatable to the people.
  • Novalis' religioese stellung 

    Hawkins, Winfred Weeden (University of Missouri, 1914)
    It is the object of this work to get a short, defined picture of the religious mystic, poet, and philosopher Novalis.
  • The pronoun of address in Schiller's dramas 

    Harrison, Jane Annetta (University of Missouri, 1907)
    This thesis represents practical knowledge gained by a critical study of the pronoun of address, as Schiller used it in his dramas. As far as the writer knows no one has ever written anything concerning Schiller's use of ...
  • Pseudo-classicismus in der deutschen litteratur 

    Kirchner, Elida Caroline (University of Missouri, 1901)
    Discusses the pseudo-classicism themes in German literature during the 17th and 18th centuries.
  • Theodor Fontanes "Effi briest", eine studie im realismus 

    Saeger, Armin Louis (University of Missouri, 1915)
    This study of the German realist novel "Effi Briest" by Theodor Fontane, is an elaboration on the principles put forth in the book "Die Rolle des Erzählers in der Epik", or The Role of the Narrator in the Epic, by Dr. ...
  • A thesis on the genitive case in Hartmann von Aue's Armer Heinrich 

    Herrnleben, Henry (University of Missouri, 1899)
    The Genitive Case in Mid. High German, as in the other related languages, has been partially traced to adjective origin, denoting by its form the various relations which are now more generally expressed by the derivative ...
  • The women characters in Schiller's dramas 

    Dyas, Virginia Bouchelle (University of Missouri, 1907)
    It is the confirmed opinion of the majority of critics that Schiller's genius proclaimed itself in the portrayal of strong, manly, and heroic characters, and that the tenderness, gentleness, and delicateness of his female ...