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"There's Some Wonder in This Handkerchief": Shakespeare's use of the Handkerchief in Othello
Chapman, James Christopher
2015
Subject(s):
MLA, Shakespeare, Othello, English Literature, Theater, Literary Analysis
Examining the Metaphorical Role of Tuberculosis in Bram Stoker's Novel
Fischer Wedgeworth, Amanda Christine
2015
Subject(s):
Stoker, Bram, 1847-1912. Dracula Auburn University at Montgomery --Dissertations. Tuberculosis in literature. Vampires in literature. Horror tales, English --History and criticism.
Setting, Landscape, and Movement: The Greenwood Tradition of the Early Robin Hood Poems
Thompson, Thomas
2015
Subject(s):
MLA Thesis, Literature, Literary analysis, Poetry, Poetic analysis, English literature, Early English literature
Recent Scholarship on Zora Neale Hurston’s Novel <em>Their Eyes Were Watching God</em>
Fencher, Tiara
2015
Subject(s):
MLA Thesis, Literature, Literary analysis, Literary criticism, African American Literature, Harlem Renaissance
A Distinctive Voice: A recreation of Episodes from My Grandmother's Life in Her Own Words
Fowler, Hillary Elizabeth
2015
Subject(s):
MLA, Family, Family relationships, Grandmothers
Quantitative Risk Assessment of Vulnerabilities and Threats
Ashokan, Sharmila
2015
Subject(s):
M.S., Security, Cyber Security, Information Technology
The Effects of Mental Imagery on Gymnastics Beam Performance
Bridges, Claire E.
2015
Subject(s):
M.Ed, Psychology, Athletics, Gymnastics
Concepts of Efficiency Implementations: Behavioral and Scientific
Whatley, Emilie
2015
Subject(s):
MLA, Work Place Efficiency, Management, Business
Zora Neale Hurston's "The Country in the Woman": A Pluralist Approach
Garner, Christina M.
2015
Subject(s):
MLA Thesis, Zora Neale Hurston, pluralism, literary analysis, close reading
The Influence of Virginia Woolf's Life on Writing <em>Mrs. Dalloway</em> and How She Used it as a Form of Therapy To Work Through Her Unresolved Problems
Alharbi, Manal
2015
Subject(s):
MLA Thesis, Virginia Wolf, British Literature, Modernist Literature, Mental Illness