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A sense of audience in the gospels
A major concern of biblical investigation in the King James Version centers on differences among the four Gospels: Bible scholars are divided in agreement among offered explanations for these differences. The purpose of ...
The use of music therapy to increase language age in institutionalized mentally retarded female adults
The purposes of this study were to develop a protocol for music therapists to utilize in increasing language skills in the mentally retarded and to compare the effectiveness of this protocol with traditional speech/language ...
The world turned upside-down : a study of Chaucer's House of fame and Parliament of fowls
(Texas Woman's University, 1983-05-30)
The diabolical game to win man's soul: a rhetorical and structural approach to "mankind"
Over the years scholars have been strident in their negative comments about Mankind, a medieval morality play. Among other things, the critics have argued that Mankind lacks a central organizing principle, boasts extraneous ...
Oliver Cromwell and Charles II in the epideictic poetry of Andrew Marvell and John Dryden
The two leading satirists of the Restoration, John Dryden and Andrew Marvell, began their political careers in the service of Oliver Cromwell, but their perceptions of political heroism changed with the restoration of ...
Pedagogical implications of black english
The purpose of this thesis is to examine teachers' attitudes about Black English and how those attitudes affect students and to determine whether teachers who have some training in Black English have different attitudes ...
The supernatural as rhetorical focus in the three major poems of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Samuel Taylor Coleridge's "The Rime of the Ancient Mariner," "Kubla Khan," and "Christabel" demonstrate his serious and imaginative use of the hackneyed motifs of the supernatural. The eerie, the exotic, the nocturnal, and ...