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Focus, Vol. 1 No. 1, Joe Secrest, Gemette Mcguire, Richard Coolidge, Barbara Bostic, Marilyn Pruitt, David Lewis, Donald R. Cochran, Milton Burton, Audrey H. Smith, Fant Smart, Ignacio M. Munoz, Arthie Walling Pope, William Rutledge, Beth Clark, Carol Benson Davis, Leroy Dragoo, Ronnie Kaye, Ed White, Kay White, Sherri Winden, Leo Rudd, Simon David Hayes Rev., Pat Brown, Margaret Birdsong, Walter Reeves Feild, Allyn Peralman, Wilbert Love Oct 1968

Focus, Vol. 1 No. 1, Joe Secrest, Gemette Mcguire, Richard Coolidge, Barbara Bostic, Marilyn Pruitt, David Lewis, Donald R. Cochran, Milton Burton, Audrey H. Smith, Fant Smart, Ignacio M. Munoz, Arthie Walling Pope, William Rutledge, Beth Clark, Carol Benson Davis, Leroy Dragoo, Ronnie Kaye, Ed White, Kay White, Sherri Winden, Leo Rudd, Simon David Hayes Rev., Pat Brown, Margaret Birdsong, Walter Reeves Feild, Allyn Peralman, Wilbert Love

Focus

A literary magazine of student writing published by the Department of English of Stephen F. Austin State College.


Edgar Allan Poe's Criticism Of The Novel, James Gage Aug 1968

Edgar Allan Poe's Criticism Of The Novel, James Gage

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Edgar Allan Poe wrote forty-three critical reviews of novels during the period 1_835 to 1848 that he was associated with the various literary journals in the East. And, although his best known critical works concern themselves with the tale and with poetry, his statements regarding the novel are of sufficient quantity to merit scholarly research. Yet investigation of the major bibliographic sources reveals this to be not at all the case. Thus, this thesis snail endeavor to place some substance in the void of scholarship concerning Poe's criticism lf the novel with the hope that this substance might provide ...


The Otterbein Miscellany - May 1968, Jo Mielziner, James V. Miller, B. R. Hanby, B. C. Glover, Cleora C. Fuller, Earl Hassenpflug, Robert Price, James E. Carr, Roger Neff, Todd Rolf Zeiss, B. R. Hanby May 1968

The Otterbein Miscellany - May 1968, Jo Mielziner, James V. Miller, B. R. Hanby, B. C. Glover, Cleora C. Fuller, Earl Hassenpflug, Robert Price, James E. Carr, Roger Neff, Todd Rolf Zeiss, B. R. Hanby

The Otterbein Miscellany

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The Lantern Vol. 34, No. 2, May 1968, Thomas Miller, Lance Diskan, Gregory Epler, Gerald Miller, Timothy C. Coyne, David Burkhardt, Vicki Van Horn, L. Barry Erb, Linda Richtmyre, Sharyn L. Negus, Linda Dimauro, Howard Solomon, Yolanda Roth, Margaret S. Wright, George Eastburn, William Norcross, Lee March, Robert Macfarland, Barbara Ann Bald, Wilhelmine J. Lysinger, Wendie A. Eggleston May 1968

The Lantern Vol. 34, No. 2, May 1968, Thomas Miller, Lance Diskan, Gregory Epler, Gerald Miller, Timothy C. Coyne, David Burkhardt, Vicki Van Horn, L. Barry Erb, Linda Richtmyre, Sharyn L. Negus, Linda Dimauro, Howard Solomon, Yolanda Roth, Margaret S. Wright, George Eastburn, William Norcross, Lee March, Robert Macfarland, Barbara Ann Bald, Wilhelmine J. Lysinger, Wendie A. Eggleston

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• The Man Without a System
• A Medal for Malcolm
• On Hearing That Tonya Will Be Married
• The Black Sea
• Odyssey '67
• Second Poem to Chris
• Singularity
• Period 5-A Began
• Long and Aching Ride
• Souvenirs
• My Eschatological Epitaph
• Discotheque
• Some Borrowed Words
• False Breakthrough
• Shore Morning
• The Beholder
• Thursday Childless
• A Most Prominent Role
• It Ran Out
• Shades of the Living
• The Dark Night of the Mind II
• One Step Beyond the Doors
• A Note of Thanks to My Parents and Teachers
• To a Dead Hippie
• A Scrap
• Love
• Haiku No. 30
• Rachel
• There Is No Present
• Winter Woods
• One Hundred ...


Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Xii, Western Writers Apr 1968

Ua68/6/2 Voices, Vol. Xii, Western Writers

Student Organizations

Magazine produced by the Western Writers, a group of student readers and writers devoted to good writing and determined to encourage those interested in creative work. It presents members' best efforts in other than class-assigned papers.


The Conflict Of Idealism And Naturalism In The Works Of Katherine Anne Porter: Fiction In Search Of Reality, Frances Cantrell Wolber Jan 1968

The Conflict Of Idealism And Naturalism In The Works Of Katherine Anne Porter: Fiction In Search Of Reality, Frances Cantrell Wolber

OBU Graduate Theses

Katherine Anne Porter is the internationally known novelist and short story writer who received the Pulitzer Prize in 1966 for her work, The Collected Stories of Katherine Anne Porter. Miss Porter, a near octogenarian from Texas, has done a regional type story with settings in Southwestern United States, Mexico, Central Europe (Germany) and the Old South.

Her life parallels her work in many instances, to a minor degree, but both confront good and evil in situations and episodes, and her works and philosophies are developed by the literary and philosophical media of idealism and naturalism. Her honesty forces her to ...


Et Cetera, Marshall University Jan 1968

Et Cetera, Marshall University

Et Cetera

Founded in 1953, Et Cetera is an annual literary magazine that publishes the creative writing and artwork of Marshall University students and affiliates. Et Cetera is free to the Marshall University community.

Et Cetera welcomes submissions in literary and film criticism, poetry, short stories, drama, all types of creative non-fiction, photography, and art.


Child Of Child, Joseph C. Desy Jan 1968

Child Of Child, Joseph C. Desy

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in the morning there's a shadow creeping darkly over your bedsheets you pretend that you don't see it but your body knows and feels it...


Fun Night, Wendell L. Casey Jan 1968

Fun Night, Wendell L. Casey

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"Hurry up! What kept ya?" "I got tied up collecting from my route." This was the biggest night of the week- Friday...


Once And Later, Joseph C. Desy Jan 1968

Once And Later, Joseph C. Desy

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Where a foundling has slept, the wind breathes softly and walks in stark emptiness as above an open grave...


The Shepherd, Kathryn Burnett Jan 1968

The Shepherd, Kathryn Burnett

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Boots, Ann Lowry Jan 1968

Boots, Ann Lowry

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Big School, Barbara Sealine Gulden Jan 1968

Big School, Barbara Sealine Gulden

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The Lilies Of The Field, Rick Atkinson Jan 1968

The Lilies Of The Field, Rick Atkinson

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Persuasion, Susan Faber Jan 1968

Persuasion, Susan Faber

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The End Of A Religion, Penny Morrison Jan 1968

The End Of A Religion, Penny Morrison

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I Went To John Darley's Funeral Today, Terry Gogerty Jan 1968

I Went To John Darley's Funeral Today, Terry Gogerty

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went to John's funeral today few people there little to say guess janitors aren't really people least not important anyway...


Haiku, Dean Womeldorf Jan 1968

Haiku, Dean Womeldorf

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Leaf smoke, drifts skyward In autumn sunset Chasing squirrels in the trees...


Picnic, Mary Lou Lifka Jan 1968

Picnic, Mary Lou Lifka

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The Affair, Susan Faber Jan 1968

The Affair, Susan Faber

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Linda, J. David Prince Jan 1968

Linda, J. David Prince

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Until Easter Comes, Mary Gidel Jan 1968

Until Easter Comes, Mary Gidel

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"You'd better set the table, Diane; the steak is almost done." Mom turned each sizzling T-bone, its aroma altering the three hungry mouths in the kitchen. "Better put an extra leaf in the table, too; with everyone home, it's just not big enough."


Pussycat, Pussycat, Where Have You Been?, Thom Pigaga Jan 1968

Pussycat, Pussycat, Where Have You Been?, Thom Pigaga

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The walls were green, light green, a thick oily green that looked as if it would smear off in his hands. He kept his hands in his pockets...


Christmas, Dennis Hathaway Jan 1968

Christmas, Dennis Hathaway

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The best part of the day was about to begin. The women had finished washing the dishes from the big dinner and joined their husbands in the living room. The children, for the first time, were quiet and sitting still...


Tomorrow's Dust, Lloyd Quibble Jan 1968

Tomorrow's Dust, Lloyd Quibble

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An old woman, face lined with time's scratches and slipping spectacles, plays the collar of her prim, gingham house coat, and presses closer to the dust-mellowed lace curtains...


The Aluminum Cross, Leo Rickertsen Jan 1968

The Aluminum Cross, Leo Rickertsen

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"How do you feel?" "A little warm, but not bad." I gaze down at the kindly old face. Her eyes are closed now, but they will open soon to drink in another gray glimpse of the ambulance...


How Do You Plead Miss Pruit?, Barbara Wiley Jan 1968

How Do You Plead Miss Pruit?, Barbara Wiley

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Agnes stared blankly at the fuzzy, unfamiliar ceiling above her. Rubbing a night of sleep from her eyes with a fist of knuckles, she stretched the cramps from her lanky frame in unison with a clearly audible yawn...


Julius Caesar Said That ..., Ann Lowry Jan 1968

Julius Caesar Said That ..., Ann Lowry

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The Runner, Robert Caldwell Jan 1968

The Runner, Robert Caldwell

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Walking, Lloyd Quibble Jan 1968

Walking, Lloyd Quibble

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I stood, holding on to my cedar tree, and when my knees no longer shook, I let one hand come away from the tree and then the other hand fell off and I stood there, by myself, and I was not afraid, and I could walk, but only slowly and as I walked there was a woman who held herself out for me to see, and she let down her hair and opened her legs and said that I could lie with her...