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    • 27 Doors 

      La Rosa, Giacomo (2016-03-14)
      This novella is a fantasy thriller that wants to deal with death and its various shapes throughout a surreal journey, where a superior power challenges the protagonist to face his own guilt, or original sin. Characters ...
    • Building the Bildungsroman: How Jonathan Swift’s Early Satire Helped James Joyce Find His Voice 

      LeBlond, Lisa (2017-04-04)
      This study investigates the stylistic affinities between Jonathan Swift and James Joyce, in particular those resemblances which are present in their earlier works—A Tale of a Tub, The Battel of the Books, and A Portrait ...
    • Reliving the Life of Louis Bachelier 

      Kongtcheu, Philibert Augustus F. (2015-10-06)
      This thesis is made up of two parts: a critical essay (I) and (II) an original epic length screenplay – 210 pages script plus fifteen pages appendix. The critical essay contains a short essay on The Yin-Yang Creative Writing ...
    • Rudyard Kipling's Techniques 

      Friedman, Robert Louis (2016-10-07)
      This thesis investigates the techniques of Rudyard Kipling and his influence on my “novel of short stories”. How did Kipling advance the short story form over a half-century of experimentation? How did his approaches ...
    • “Turn His Sleep to Wake:” Sleeplessness in Macbeth 

      Smith, Sarah C. (2016-09-20)
      This thesis will consider how sleeplessness functions in Macbeth. Many consider Macbeth’s sleeplessness to be the product of his guilty conscience after he murders Duncan for the throne. While a case can be made for that ...