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Special Program in Humanities, 1936-1972

Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 67
Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1946The Illusion of Personality in the Epic Poems of Homer, Virgil and DanteBrewster, III, Lewis Oakley
1954The Humanitarianism of the Early Victorian Factory Reformers: A Study in Human PersonalityHall, Ivan Parker
1945The Hippocratic School of CosGuthrie, III, Thomas Claiborne
1953The Hero - Spirit in Greek Tragedy And the Drama of T.S. EliotBrowning, William Earle Strain
1972The Ethical Problem of GuiltKaufman, Aaron Samuel
1957The Effect of the Social Gospel Upon Southern Protestant Thought and Action: A Study in Limited Penetration and Regional ObstructionCarey, Anthony Morris
1942A Testament of FaithGuzzardi, Jr., Walter Peter
1959The Development of the Fictional Confession as a Literary GenreGlenn, Michael Lyon
1953The Cradle and the TombGibbon, Jr., Samuel Young
1957The Comic Overview "In Riso Veritas" - James JoyceAdams, John Weston
1942The Comic Heritage of Classical AntiquityHampton, III, Robert
1963The Brothers Karamazov: An Interpretive DramatizationCain, David William
1950A Study of the Prometheus Myth in Greek LiteratureGroten, Jr., Frank John
1940A Study of the Nature and Object of TragedyGoheen, Robert Francis
1953The Attack of Philip IV of France on Pope Boniface VIII: A Study in Medieval Political TraditionsCheyette, Frederic L
1944The Arts in the French RevolutionHale, Jr., Nathan George
1942The Art of ComedyCarpenter, II, Edmund Nelson
1955The Alchemy of Comedy: A Study of Moliere and CongreveBrownell, Morris Ruggles
1952A Study of the Development of the Thought of William Butler Yeats, with Particular Attention to the Element of Myth in His Lyric PoetryCarpenter, Jr., Charles Colock Jones
1950Symbolism in the Poetry of Rilke and ValeryCarpenter, Stirling Haines
Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 21 to 40 of 67