|PN6999||Literary openness and open poetics : a Chinese view in a cross-cultural perspective /||1|
|PN6999.D33||A study of the Guignol lyonnais.||1|
|PN6999 Abood||The reception of the Abbey Theatre in America, 1911-1914.||1|
|PN6999 Abramson||In the eye of the director : self-reflexivity in the films of Alfred Hitchcock /||1|
|PN6999 Adams||Gender, play, and power : the literary uses and cultural meanings of medieval chess in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries||1|
|PN6999 Agmon||The problem and prospects of the repertory theatre as an urban institution /||1|
|PN6999 Amad||Archiving the everyday : a topos in French film history, 1895-1931 /||1|
|PN6999 Ames||The aesthetics of the novel.||1|
|PN6999 Anglin||The nature of the protagonist and equality of the sexes in historical fiction for juvenile readers /||1|
|PN6999 Antal||Persuasion of mind and body : rhetoric and poetry in Speroni, Campanella and Descartes /||1|
|PN6999 Archer||The dramatic art of Giuseppe Verdi.||1|
|PN6999 Arlt||The status of research in folk melodies.||1|
|PN6999 Askari||Moving pictures before motion pictures : the pictorial tradition and American media aesthetics, 1890-1920 /||1|
|PN6999 Atwater||The influence of the Anacreontea on German and French poetry.||1|
Dancing and pantomime on the English stage, 1700-1737 ...
Entertainments on the English stage, 1700-1737.
|PN6999 Babcock||Mirrors, masks, and metafiction : studies in narrative reflexivity /||1|
|PN6999 Badertscher||Ethics and professional practice in news journalism : a study of the Chicago journalism review /||1|
|PN6999 Balazs||Toward the new man : modernism and masculinity from a relational psychoanalytic perspective /||1|
|PN6999 Bao||Baptism by fire : aesthetic affect and spectatorship in Chinese cinema from Shanghai to Chongqing /||1|
|PN6999 Barbour||Narrative tragedy as a critique of virtue : The Princess Casamassima, Nostromo, and All the king's men /||1|
|PN6999 Bartz||Moral and religious significancy of seventh grade literature study.||1|
|PN6999 Basich||The opinion of the Chicago tribune concerning internationalism in 1939 and 1946.||1|
|PN6999 Beals||A linguistic analysis of verbal irony /||1|
|PN6999 Beauchamp||Dramatic treatment of Antony and Cleopatra in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.||1|
|PN6999 Bell||Incarnate freedom and the poetics of grace : autonomy and limit in the fiction of Stendhal, Tolstoy, and Dostoevsky /||1|
Problems of poetic diction in twentieth-century criticism : a part of a dissertation submitted to the faculty of the division of the Humanities in candidacy for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Department of English Language and Literature, 1943 /
Problems of poetic diction as considered by twentieth-century English critics.
|PN6999 Bergstrom||The history of McVicker's theater.||1|
|PN6999 Berlin||French press reform : the problem of freedom vs. responsibility, 1933-1948.||1|
|PN6999 Berman||Narrating the historical : constructions of community in the work of four modern novelists /||1|
|PN6999 Berolzheimer||The trend of social criticism in prose fiction from 1860 to 1915.||1|
|PN6999 Betts||Book reviewing in the Monthly Anthology and Boston Review (1803-1811).||1|
|PN6999 Bihler||Theory and illustrations of poetic echoing.||1|
|PN6999 Bines||Post-Shoah identity between languages /||1|
|PN6999 Blackmer||The status of beauty and pleasure as functions of poetry in the literary criticism of the English renaissance.||1|
|PN6999 Bolton||The adaptive process: techniques of dramatizing fiction and their implications concerning essential differences between the arts of fiction and theater.||1|
Theories of the imagination in English literary criticism of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
"Distrust" of imagination in English neo-classicism ...
|PN6999 Bornedal||The interpretations of art /||1|
|PN6999 Borroff||The theory of the traslation of poetry||1|
|PN6999 Botting||History of th emotion picture in Latin America.||1|
|PN6999 Breckenridge||The "Chicago Times" during the Civil War.||1|
|PN6999 Britton||Sympathy and novel : shared sentiment in Britain and France : 1750-1850 /||1|
|PN6999 Brock||Actual relationship and chance similarity in folk melodies.||1|
|PN6999 Bronson||The selection of news from the wire services (by wire editors of two different newspapers under same ownership in the same community)||1|
Anti-theodicy and human love in the films of Ingmar Bergman /
Storytelling and trauma : Gender, identity, and testimony in contemporary context /
|PN6999 Buchanan||Rhythm and experience : the expanding art of rhythm in novel and film.||1|
|PN6999 Campbell||Image and thought in the development of the lyric /||1|
|PN6999 Capik||La vie de Thais : prolegomena /||1|
|PN6999 Capo||Three television portraits of enduring ideals in American society : what network news depicted as the underlying values at stake in the Watergate scandal /||1|
|PN6999 Caprio||Women's film culture in the Federal Republic of Germany : female spectators, politics and pleasure from the fifties to the nineties /||1|
|PN6999 Carlson||Chronos in the New World : comparative studies of how the cinemas of the United States and Spanish America represent history /||1|
|PN6999 Carruthers||Doing time : timeliness and temporal rhetorics in contemporary cinema /||1|
|PN6999 Cassell||The development of the expression of time and event in narrative /||1|
|PN6999 Chaimov||"A masonic lodge of literature" : popular and private discourse in the European reception of the French revolution /||1|
|PN6999 Chilton||Global cities / urban subjects : the literary rearticulation of identity /||1|
|PN6999 Cioeta||Thamarat al funun, Syria's first Islamic newspaper, 1875-1908 /||1|
News : a sociological study.
A comparative study of the fictional reading of Negro college freshmen and seniors.
Tournaments of English and French literature compared with those of history, 1100-1500.
The influence of romances on tournaments of the middle ages ...
|PN6999 Clum||"The Sea beneath the soil" : visions of the good in fiction and in modern moral identity /||1|
|PN6999 Cmiel||Democratic eloquence : language, education and authority in nineteenth-century America /||1|
|PN6999 Colonius||Costume on the English stage until 1590.||1|