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Mothers And/As Monsters In Tony Duvert's Quand Mourut Jonathan, Brian G. Kennelly Oct 2010

Mothers And/As Monsters In Tony Duvert's Quand Mourut Jonathan, Brian G. Kennelly

World Languages and Cultures

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Designing Thematic Instruction With Authentic Resources: Science And Technology, Brian G. Kennelly Jul 2010

Designing Thematic Instruction With Authentic Resources: Science And Technology, Brian G. Kennelly

World Languages and Cultures

No abstract provided.


Ap® French Language, Brian G. Kennelly Jul 2010

Ap® French Language, Brian G. Kennelly

World Languages and Cultures

No abstract provided.


‘Young Boys, No Trouble, Very Safe’?: Frédéric Mitterrand’S La Mauvaise Vie As Text And Pretext, Brian G. Kennelly Jul 2010

‘Young Boys, No Trouble, Very Safe’?: Frédéric Mitterrand’S La Mauvaise Vie As Text And Pretext, Brian G. Kennelly

World Languages and Cultures

No abstract provided.


Apuleius: Metamorphoses: An Intermediate Latin Reader (Review), Max Nelson Jan 2010

Apuleius: Metamorphoses: An Intermediate Latin Reader (Review), Max Nelson

Languages, Literatures and Cultures Publications

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Russia's Natural Gas: The Strategy And The State Behind It, Stephen Buryk Jan 2010

Russia's Natural Gas: The Strategy And The State Behind It, Stephen Buryk

Donald T. Campbell Social Science Research Prize

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Ecocriticism, The Elements, And The Ascent/Descent Into Weather In Goethe’S Faust, Heather I. Sullivan Jan 2010

Ecocriticism, The Elements, And The Ascent/Descent Into Weather In Goethe’S Faust, Heather I. Sullivan

Modern Languages and Literatures Faculty Research

The ostensibly religious and ethical significance of Faust's final ascension after his death tends to distract, if not blind, readers to other possible implications of that upwards movement and to the idea that he may continue and return "back to earth." The assumption that heavenly powers reward Faust leads to the claim that Goethe's tragedy validates the quest of "land developers" or those who would strive regardless of the consequences. I propose, in contrast, that we read Faust's "final" ascension alongside Goethe's weather essay, "Witterungslehre 1825," and thereby note that this upward motion is not necessarily ...


Rotrou’S Bélisaire: Hierarchy And Meaning, Nina Ekstein Jan 2010

Rotrou’S Bélisaire: Hierarchy And Meaning, Nina Ekstein

Modern Languages and Literatures Faculty Research

Bélisaire (1643) differs significantly from the bulk of Rotrou’s theater, perhaps above all in its array of profoundly disparate features. The notion of hierarchy offers a means of organizing the dissimilar elements and understanding the play as a whole. Like so many of Rotrou’s plays, the subject is not original. Its source is Mira de Amescua’s El ejemplo mayor de la Desdicha.