• Brazen creature 

    Barngrover, Anne (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
    Brazen Creature spans a young woman's awakening. The poems' concerns are twofold: violence against women and girls that has become rooted in the land, and verdant female desire in the face of entrenched oppression. In the ...
  • The end of Tennessee : a collection of essays 

    Hanson, Rachel Michelle (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
    This dissertation analyzes the complications of existing in a violent world as much as it explores formal and experimental narrative techniques. As such, the author leans into the voids and chaos of fragmented recollections, ...
  • The miracle play : medieval and modern 

    Lanius, Tudor (University of Missouri, 1918)
    "The purpose of the present study is to investigate one of these three types,--the miracle play. It is the aim of the thesis to study typical examples of the medieval miracle and the entire list, so far as possible, of ...
  • Our family walks 

    Robinson, Nick R. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2016)
    Our Family Walks is a coming-of-age narrative that explores what it means to be an African American/multiracial boy growing into manhood during the 1960s Civil Rights Movement in a city that is the seat of America's political ...