• The character of Gawain in English literature 

    Leible, Arthur Bray (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1961)
    There are thus three basic areas of investigation: Celtic tales and traditions, culminating in the work of Geoffrey of Monmouth; medieval metrical and prose romances, both French and English; and English prose and poetry ...
  • Clyomon and Clamydes a critical edition 

    Littleton, Betty J. (University of Missouri--Columbia., 1962)
    "Sir Clyomon and Sir Clamydes (Greg, Bibliography, no. 157) was printed by Thomas Creede in 1599--the same year he printed the second quarto of Romeo and Juliet and Greene's Alphonsus, King of Aragon. Like Creede's other ...
  • English literature and modern Bengali short fiction : a study in influences 

    Lago, Mary McClelland (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1969)
    Modern short fiction is defined as a genre which deals, by means of a process of oblique questioning, with the concerns of "submerged population groups." Because answers to these questions are not necessarily supplied by ...
  • Frost and Thoreau : a study in affinities 

    Domina, Lyle D. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1968)
    Although a few critics have posited Henry David Thoreau as a conscious influence on Robert Frost, the purpose of this study is to demonstrate a significant set of affinities in the thought and attitudes of the two men. For ...
  • The serialized novels of Sinclair Lewis : a comparative analysis of periodical and book 

    Bucco, Martin (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1963)
    Of Sinclair Lewis's twenty-two novels, seven were serialized in various popular magazines before they were published in book form. Of these seven only Arrowsmith has been subjected to comparative analysis of the serial and ...
  • The speaker in the major poems of William Cowper 

    Morgan, David Conrad (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1968)
    "The fate of William Cowper as poet may very well turn out to be analogous to what threatened to be the fate of Samuel Johnson: the history of the man will become more important than his literary achievement. Of course the ...
  • A study of the early Tudor comedies 

    Pauley, Harry (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1965)
    "After centuries of theatrical entertainment that consisted of miracle plays, mysteries, folk plays, festival plays, interludes, pageants, moralities, banns, tilts, disguisings, entertainments, masks, and mummings, there ...
  • A study of the structures of Shakespeare's three parts of Henry VI 

    Ricks, Don M. (University of Missouri--Columbia, 1965)
    "The purpose of this study is, therefore, to isolate and describe Shakespeare’s achievement in each of the Henry VI plays. The emphasis throughout will be upon the Shakespearean structure, the "new organ of thought" resulting ...