The English Department Dissertations Series is comprised of dissertations authored by Marquette University's English Department doctoral students.

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Submissions from 1974

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THE ROLE OF WOMEN IN THREE OF FAULKNER'S FAMILIES, COLLIN GILLES MATTON

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THE MODERN PILGRIMS: MARRIAGE AND THE SELF IN THE WORK OF JOHN UPDIKE, LINDA MARIE PLAGMAN

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BLAKE'S ARCHETYPAL TYGER: A MORE COMPREHENSIVE VIEW, JAMES P SHEA

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THE DILEMMA OF THE TALENTED WOMAN: A STUDY IN NINETEENTH CENTURY FICTION, SUSAN ELIZABETH SIEFERT

Submissions from 1973

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PATTERNS OF IMAGERY IN CARSON MCCULLERS' MAJOR FICTION, Donna M. Bauerly

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CONCEPTUAL AND ARTISTIC LIMITS OF EIGHT NINETEENTH-CENTURY BRITISH LITERARY UTOPIAS, MARY ANN KLEIN

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STRUCTURE AND MEANING IN THE "STRANGERS AND BROTHERS" NOVEL SEQUENCE OF C. P. SNOW, ROBERT ROLAND NEUMAN

Submissions from 1972

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THE "ATMOSPHERICAL MEDIUM": A STUDY OF THE ROMANTIC MILIEU IN HAWTHORNE'S MAJOR FICTION, REGINA HANSEN

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NIGHT JOURNEY UNDER THE SEA: THEODORE ROETHKE'S SEARCH FOR THE SELF, SUZANNE HELEN HUDSON

Submissions from 1971

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WONDER: SUNSHINE AND SHADOW CELEBRATION IN THE POETRY OF RICHARD WILBUR, VIRGINIA RHEA MORRIS LEVEY