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An Investigation Of Contributions Made By Women Writers To The Harlem Renaissance, Doretha Kamaya Rashan Green May 2005

An Investigation Of Contributions Made By Women Writers To The Harlem Renaissance, Doretha Kamaya Rashan Green

McCabe Thesis Collection

The purpose of this study is to examine the contributions that women writers made to the Harlem Renaissance. By studying these women and their works, their contributions will be exposed.


Fantasy And Imagination: Discovering The Threshold Of Meaning, David Michael Westlake May 2005

Fantasy And Imagination: Discovering The Threshold Of Meaning, David Michael Westlake

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

This thesis addresses the ultimate question of western humanity; how does one find meaning in the present era? It offers the reader one powerful way for this to happen, and that is through the stories found in the pages of Fantasy literature. It begins with Frederick Nietzsche's declaration that, "God is dead." This describes the situation of men and women in his time and today. The statement has to do with the general disconnection of humanity in the western world from its foundations. All society had been based on the mythological literature of the past, but beginning in the ...


Science And Imagination In Anglo-American Children's Books, 1760--1855, Sandra Burr Jan 2005

Science And Imagination In Anglo-American Children's Books, 1760--1855, Sandra Burr

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

Didactic, scientifically oriented children's literature crisscrossed the Atlantic in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, finding wide popularity in Great Britain and the United States; yet the genre has since suffered from a reputation for being dull and pedantic and has been neglected by scholars. Challenging this scholarly devaluation, "Science and Imagination in Anglo-American Children's Books, 1760--1855" argues that didactic, scientifically oriented children's books play upon and encourage the use of the imagination. Three significant Anglo-American children's authors---Thomas Day, Maria Edgeworth, and Nathaniel Hawthorne---infuse their writings with the wonders of science and the clear message that an ...


The Woman, The Legend, The Power: Fictional Representations Of Marie Laveau In Twentieth-Century Literature, Elizabeth Clark Neidenbach Jan 2005

The Woman, The Legend, The Power: Fictional Representations Of Marie Laveau In Twentieth-Century Literature, Elizabeth Clark Neidenbach

Dissertations, Theses, and Masters Projects

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Reactions To The Seventh-Day Adventist Evangelical Conferences And Questions On Doctrine 1955-1971, Juhyeok Nam Jan 2005

Reactions To The Seventh-Day Adventist Evangelical Conferences And Questions On Doctrine 1955-1971, Juhyeok Nam

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Topic

The Seventh-day Adventist Evangelical Conferences of 1955-1956 resulted in the publication of articles favorable to Adventists in Eternity and Seventh-day Adventists Answer Questions on Doctrine, both of which evoked a variety of reactions among evangelicals and Adventists.

Purpose

This study identifies and analyzes various evangelical and Adventist responses to the Seventh-day Adventist Evangelical Conferences and Questions on Doctrine. In particular, this investigation examines the interaction between the major theological camps that emerged within and outside the Adventist church.

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This research is a documentary/analytical study of materials produced between 1955 and 1971 in reaction to the Seventh-day Adventist ...