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Presentación De Inti, Robert G. Mead Nov 1974

Presentación De Inti, Robert G. Mead

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Canciones Y Romances (Edad Media-Siglo Xviii), Carlos Alberto Pérez Nov 1974

Canciones Y Romances (Edad Media-Siglo Xviii), Carlos Alberto Pérez

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


La Terca Realidad, Luis Alberto Sánchez Nov 1974

La Terca Realidad, Luis Alberto Sánchez

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Sucede, Saúl Yurkievich Nov 1974

Sucede, Saúl Yurkievich

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Última Cogida, Josefina Romo-Arregui Nov 1974

Última Cogida, Josefina Romo-Arregui

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Frontmatter Nov 1974

Frontmatter

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

This document includes the inside cover and first two pages of the journal. Contents of these pages consist of 3 short poems, a list of journal editors, and the table of contents.


Profesores De La Sección De Español Nov 1974

Profesores De La Sección De Español

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Imágenes Y Realidades Interamericanas, Robert G. Mead Nov 1974

Imágenes Y Realidades Interamericanas, Robert G. Mead

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


La Espada Y El Arado: Una Refutación Lírica De Juan Ramón Por Blas De Otero, Nelson R. Orringer Nov 1974

La Espada Y El Arado: Una Refutación Lírica De Juan Ramón Por Blas De Otero, Nelson R. Orringer

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Publicaciones Recientes Nov 1974

Publicaciones Recientes

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Inscape Fall 1974, Morehead State University Oct 1974

Inscape Fall 1974, Morehead State University

Inscape: Art & Literary Magazine Archive

The Fall 1974 edition of the Inscape: Literary and Art Magazine.


The Lantern Vol. 41, No. 1, Fall 1974, S. L. Welles, Rebecca J. Henry, David Kenneth Roberts, Kate Swanson, Cindy Poots, Donald R. Whittaker, Gerard J. Mitchell, Jill Leauber, Clint R. Edson, Scott Wagner, Robert Simon, George Bause Oct 1974

The Lantern Vol. 41, No. 1, Fall 1974, S. L. Welles, Rebecca J. Henry, David Kenneth Roberts, Kate Swanson, Cindy Poots, Donald R. Whittaker, Gerard J. Mitchell, Jill Leauber, Clint R. Edson, Scott Wagner, Robert Simon, George Bause

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• The Fable
• Landscape - Clear Weather in the Valley
• Josephine Palooka
• Don't Bark Twice - It's All Right
• Masks
• Suicide Note From a Lemming
• The Death of Dame Sexton
• Come September
• Leaves
• Spruce Grove
• The Class of '75
• The Promise
• Images
• Sixth Station
• Borealis
• To Gem


Money In The Fiction Of Willa Cather, Vincent A. Clark Jul 1974

Money In The Fiction Of Willa Cather, Vincent A. Clark

Loma Linda University Electronic Theses, Dissertations & Projects

The subject of money is important in the fiction of Willa Cather. She discusses it frequently and often at great length. In some works it is a major theme.

Despite its importance, a number of Willa Cather's critics have ignored the subject or have given it only cursory mention. Several ·writers, however, have discussed the subject at length. John H. Randall, III, in particular, analyzes it in great detail.· His analysis, however, goes astray at several key points.

This thesis shows that Willa Cather's attitudes toward money were balanced, humane, and consistent. These attitudes can be summarized as ...


The Otterbein Miscellany - June 1974, Paul L. Redditt, Thomas J. Kerr, Sylvia Vance, Alison Prindle, James R. Bailey, Norman Chaney, Kathleen Mattos Wooley, Michael F. Rothgery, Joe Epolito, James K. Ray, Albert Lovejoy, O. Amos, William T. Hamilton Jun 1974

The Otterbein Miscellany - June 1974, Paul L. Redditt, Thomas J. Kerr, Sylvia Vance, Alison Prindle, James R. Bailey, Norman Chaney, Kathleen Mattos Wooley, Michael F. Rothgery, Joe Epolito, James K. Ray, Albert Lovejoy, O. Amos, William T. Hamilton

The Otterbein Miscellany

No abstract provided.


Ishmael Reed: 05-01-1974, Ishmael Reed, Stan Sanvel Rubin, Kenneth Robert Venick May 1974

Ishmael Reed: 05-01-1974, Ishmael Reed, Stan Sanvel Rubin, Kenneth Robert Venick

Writers Forum Videos

In an interview recorded on May 1, 1974, Ishmael Reed discusses neo-hoodooism and reads from his novel Mumbo-Jumbo. He describes growing up in Chattanooga and Buffalo and why he left New York City. He reads his poems "The Author Reflects on His 35th Birthday" and "Beware: Do Not Read this Poem."


Erica Jong : 04-04-1974, Erica Jong, Leroy Searle, Stanley Sanvel Rubin Apr 1974

Erica Jong : 04-04-1974, Erica Jong, Leroy Searle, Stanley Sanvel Rubin

Writers Forum Videos

In an interview recorded April 4, 1974, Erica Jong reads two poems, "Becoming a Nun" and "Man on the Moon"; discusses her training as a writer, and women's sexual repression and struggle for equal rights; and reads from her novel Fear of Flying.


Et Cetera, Marshall University Apr 1974

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.


The Lantern Vol. 40, No. 2, Spring 1974, Eva Morgan, David Kenneth Roberts, Stephen Horstmann, Nina Roeder, Edmond Knowles, Debbie Erbe, Darla Wilson, George Bause, Cindy Shelmire, Robert Simon, Phil Henry, Holly Leber, Fred Reiss Apr 1974

The Lantern Vol. 40, No. 2, Spring 1974, Eva Morgan, David Kenneth Roberts, Stephen Horstmann, Nina Roeder, Edmond Knowles, Debbie Erbe, Darla Wilson, George Bause, Cindy Shelmire, Robert Simon, Phil Henry, Holly Leber, Fred Reiss

The Lantern Literary Magazines

• Response
• Roads
• Ghost Dance
• Natator
• Make Believe
• An English Sonnet
• A Cinquain
• Icarus
• Alchemy
• Pain
• Love
• Scramblen' Zone
• In the Gathering Wind
• The Circus
• Streams
• The Showdown on the Corner of Main Street and Koscuisko Drive!!!
• Fandango
• Ode to an Orange Orangutan
• Nausea


0066: Harry Edmund Danford Papers, 1902-1969, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1974

0066: Harry Edmund Danford Papers, 1902-1969, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

The Harry E. Danford papers consist primarily of the original manuscripts of his books Soakum (1910), The West Virginian (1926), Trail of the Gray Dragoon (1928), Ohio Valley Pioneers (1931), Builders of the West (1959), and Paths of Glory (1969). Also included are resource material related to his books and his personal comments and criticism of the books. Correspondence about the publication of the books, papers concerning his political interests and career as an educator, printed material, and a small number of photographs are also a part of the collection.


0113: Jesse Stuart Papers, 1929-1986, Marshall University Special Collections Jan 1974

0113: Jesse Stuart Papers, 1929-1986, Marshall University Special Collections

Guides to Manuscript Collections

The Jesse Stuart Collection consists primarily of magazines given by Mr. Stuart which contain articles, stories, or poems written by him or about him. Approximately half of these items are in the original publication; the others are photoreproductions of originals lent by Mr. Stuart.

Another significant part of the collection was purchased from International Bookfinders, Inc., of Pacific Palisades, California, and includes first editions of Mr. Stuart’s works, galley proofs, and some manuscript material.

A third group of material is comprised of articles, stories, or poems written by or concerning Mr. Stuart which have been located and added to ...


Pin Pricks, Pat Fisher Jan 1974

Pin Pricks, Pat Fisher

Lights and Shadows

No abstract provided.


The Day Money Paid Off, Phillip Flowers Jan 1974

The Day Money Paid Off, Phillip Flowers

Lights and Shadows

No abstract provided.


Of Things Invisible To Mortal Sight, Jim Birchfield Jan 1974

Of Things Invisible To Mortal Sight, Jim Birchfield

Lights and Shadows

No abstract provided.


The Bottle Shop, Kirby Mccraney Jan 1974

The Bottle Shop, Kirby Mccraney

Lights and Shadows

No abstract provided.


The Man Who Made The World, Dean Hill Jan 1974

The Man Who Made The World, Dean Hill

Lights and Shadows

No abstract provided.


Hjerne Spind, Emily Edwards Jan 1974

Hjerne Spind, Emily Edwards

Lights and Shadows

No abstract provided.


Impressions Of John, Larry Carley Jan 1974

Impressions Of John, Larry Carley

Sketch

Black letters stamped on the door read "MEN. " As I enter the place, the bare porcelain fixtures stare at me blank and expressionless, sweating with tiny droplets of moisture. The place is cold and stagnant, like something out of the last century...


The Rise And Fall Of Mellow Moonbeam, Rod Drake Jan 1974

The Rise And Fall Of Mellow Moonbeam, Rod Drake

Sketch

And so it came to pass that all was in the past and young Uhric Zetel experienced a profound, prophetic urge to leave his father's trade the Triple X Flesh Emporium and cleanse himself of the dregs of earthly sin and vice to search for a humble way to serve mankind and reveal the cosmic secrets of the mysterious Etc. which he had mystically discovered to eager seekers everywhere...


Laughing Children On Slicky Slides, Larry D. Witte Jan 1974

Laughing Children On Slicky Slides, Larry D. Witte

Sketch

I am beginning to believe that what happened to me was only a dream. A journey into my unconsciousness and nothing more...


Upstairs Boy, Corinne Stanley Jan 1974

Upstairs Boy, Corinne Stanley

Sketch

Upstairs boy that's what you are you're always upstairs Your head is not your head it's the bong's head the reefer's smile Your eyes aren't blue no they are brown and crinkled and smoked out fizzled frazzeled fucked up