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Weighing Conscience, Perceptions Of Divine Truth, Lawrence E. Frizzell 2010 Seton Hall University

Weighing Conscience, Perceptions Of Divine Truth, Lawrence E. Frizzell

Reverend Lawrence E. Frizzell, S.T.L., S.S.L., D.Phil.

Cycle C liturgical readings for the Seventh Sunday of Easter, May 16, 2010: Acts 7:55-60, Ps 97, Rv 22:12-20, Jn 17:20-26.

This article was previously published in The Catholic Advocate.


Writing Showcase Newsletter, Everett N K Ofori 2010 www.everettofori.com

Writing Showcase Newsletter, Everett N K Ofori

Everett N K Ofori

No abstract provided.


Writing Showcase 2010 Vol 2 Number 3, Everett N K Ofori 2010 www.everettofori.com

Writing Showcase 2010 Vol 2 Number 3, Everett N K Ofori

Everett N K Ofori

No abstract provided.


2010 Commencement Program, Columbia College Chicago 2010 Columbia College Chicago

2010 Commencement Program, Columbia College Chicago

Commencement Programs

The commencement program of the 2010 Columbia College Chicago graduation ceremonies.


Instrumental Chamber Music, Tamer Edlebi, Charity Potter, Rebekah Nelson, Jill Marriage, Tanya Dorsey, Eli Kaynor, Molly Iker, Elizabeth Lee, Jake Wiens, Brian Jenkins, Daphne Medina, Katie Kroko, Conrad Ho, Elizabeth Vysin, Tiffany Liu, Maria Myrick, Jarrett Threadgill 2010 Chapman University

Instrumental Chamber Music, Tamer Edlebi, Charity Potter, Rebekah Nelson, Jill Marriage, Tanya Dorsey, Eli Kaynor, Molly Iker, Elizabeth Lee, Jake Wiens, Brian Jenkins, Daphne Medina, Katie Kroko, Conrad Ho, Elizabeth Vysin, Tiffany Liu, Maria Myrick, Jarrett Threadgill

Printed Performance Programs (PDF Format)

No abstract provided.


Addressing The Reader In Charlotte Bronte's Novels: Jane Eyre, Vilette, And The Professor, Christan M. Monin 2010 The College at Brockport

Addressing The Reader In Charlotte Bronte's Novels: Jane Eyre, Vilette, And The Professor, Christan M. Monin

English Master’s Theses

Charlotte Bronte' s use of direct address in three of her novels, Jane Eyre, Villette, and The Professor is fundamental for each character' s growth in his or her respective novel. Addressing and communicating with the reader is the characters' only means for gaining an understanding and caring person in a life where they are social outcasts. Jane Eyre, Lucy Snowe, and William Crimsworth tackle vastly different struggles throughout their young lives: Jane longs for an empathetic listener, Lucy is wrought with jealousy and obsession, and William is privileged and arrogant. While each character deals with different struggles, they each ...


Family Affairs Newsletter 2010-05-15, Zack Paakkonen 2010 University of Southern Maine

Family Affairs Newsletter 2010-05-15, Zack Paakkonen

FAN: Family Affairs Newsletter

FAMILY AFFAIRS is a free, twice-a-month, social activities newsletter for the GLBTI (gay/les/bi/trans/intersexed) community, sent out on the 1st and 15th of each month. It covers a 50 mile radius around Bangor and also Aroostook and Washington counties.


Rivers Of Divinity: The Impact Of A Classical And Medieval Tradition On Chaucer And Malory, Anthony G. Cirilla 2010 The College at Brockport

Rivers Of Divinity: The Impact Of A Classical And Medieval Tradition On Chaucer And Malory, Anthony G. Cirilla

English Master’s Theses

Chaucer and Malory to classical river god providence, where epic poets wrestle with the ideas of empire and fate by questioning the river god's ability to exert his autonomy. Because river god providence is finite, it is susceptible to a peculiar frustration in exerting its legitimate authority at the hands of fate. Homer, Statius and Lucan all present versions of a failed river god providence, while Virgil alone creates a successful example of the tradition. His example, however, is in turn parodied by Ovid, which highlights further the ambiguities of river god providence. Medieval chroniclers and romancers utilize a ...


Aged Whine: Grousing From My Side Of The Hill, Carol DuPre 2010 The College at Brockport

Aged Whine: Grousing From My Side Of The Hill, Carol Dupre

English Master’s Theses

This thesis project is a work in self-analysis, both as writer and woman. The introduction discusses the analogy of walking as a process to the scholarly work of understanding creative writing. The concept of “ars poetica” is referenced as the author highlights learning and practicing writer restraint as well as trust in the reader. The concluding section of the project encompasses a collection of original, creative, short form prose that explores divorce, death, coming of age-menopause, and old age.


Concert: Roland Barr Bentley Memorial Concert, Ithaca College School of Music Students, Ithaca College School of Music Alumni 2010 Ithaca College

Concert: Roland Barr Bentley Memorial Concert, Ithaca College School Of Music Students, Ithaca College School Of Music Alumni

All Concert & Recital Programs

No abstract provided.


From Rivers To Gardens: The Ambivalent Role Of Nature In My Ántonia, O Pioneers!, And Death Comes To The Archbishop, Graham Kirkland 2010 Georgia State University

From Rivers To Gardens: The Ambivalent Role Of Nature In My Ántonia, O Pioneers!, And Death Comes To The Archbishop, Graham Kirkland

English Theses

Though her early writing owes much to nineteenth-century American Realism, Willa Cather experiments with male and female literary traditions while finding her own modern literary voice. In the process Cather gives nature an ambivalent role in My Ántonia, O Pioneers!, and Death Comes to the Archbishop. She produces a tension between rivers and gardens, places where nature and culture converge. Like Mary Austin and Sarah Orne Jewett, Willa Cather confronts the boundaries between humans and nature.


Correspondence: Dr. Saffy’S Letterhead, May 15, 2010, Jacksonville’S Women Of Influence Project, Edna Louise Saffy 2010 University of North Florida

Correspondence: Dr. Saffy’S Letterhead, May 15, 2010, Jacksonville’S Women Of Influence Project, Edna Louise Saffy

Saffy Collection - All Textual Materials

A letter soliciting contributions toward establishing a Women’s History fund, Jacksonville Women of Influence Project.


2010 Manifest Program, Columbia College Chicago 2010 Columbia College Chicago

2010 Manifest Program, Columbia College Chicago

Manifest Programs

A program for the Manifest Urban-Arts Festival held by Columbia College Chicago on May 14, 2010.


Hagan-Payne Family Papers (Sc 2272), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2010 Western Kentucky University

Hagan-Payne Family Papers (Sc 2272), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2272. Photocopies of letters, 1927-1929 (5), mostly written by Rosavelt and Lucian Payne, of Franklin, Kentucky; and promissory notes, tax receipts, and other receipts, 1894-1908 (17), of James K. Hagan of Woodburn, Kentucky.


Senior Composition Recital, Daniel de Arakal, Scott Kawai 2010 Chapman University

Senior Composition Recital, Daniel De Arakal, Scott Kawai

Printed Performance Programs (PDF Format)

No abstract provided.


Two Rabbinic Views Of Christianity In The Middle Ages, Asher Finkel 2010 Seton Hall University

Two Rabbinic Views Of Christianity In The Middle Ages, Asher Finkel

Rabbi Asher Finkel, Ph.D.

This paper compares and contrasts two rabbinic views of Christianity that arose in the Middle Ages and was presented at the 45th International Conference on Medieval Studies at Western Michigan University on May 14, 2010.


Interview No. 1479, Robert Navarro 2010 University of Texas at El Paso

Interview No. 1479, Robert Navarro

Combined Interviews

Robert Navarro was born and raised in El Paso, Texas and attended school in El Paso. After Robert graduated from high school, he attended Texas Western College in El Paso, Texas and graduated in 1961 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. He entered the United States Army via the ROTC program for two years. After the Army, Robert attended New Mexico State University and received his Masters in Structural Engineering. During his time as a graduate student, Robert worked for A.B. Peinado and Sons. After graduating, he continued to work for that company. A.B. Peinado and Sons ...


May 14, 2010 Meeting Minutes, Shawnee State University 2010 Shawnee State University

May 14, 2010 Meeting Minutes, Shawnee State University

Minutes of the Board of Trustees Meetings

Minutes of the May 14, 2010 Board of Trustees meeting.


Interview No. 1479, Robert Navarro 2010 University of Texas at El Paso

Interview No. 1479, Robert Navarro

Paso del Norte Entrepreneurship Oral History Project

Robert Navarro was born and raised in El Paso, Texas and attended school in El Paso. After Robert graduated from high school, he attended Texas Western College in El Paso, Texas and graduated in 1961 with a B.S. in Civil Engineering. He entered the United States Army via the ROTC program for two years. After the Army, Robert attended New Mexico State University and received his Masters in Structural Engineering. During his time as a graduate student, Robert worked for A.B. Peinado and Sons. After graduating, he continued to work for that company. A.B. Peinado and Sons ...


Adolescent Transformation In The Short Stories Of Carson Mccullers, Ashley-Ann Dorn Woods 2010 University of New Orleans

Adolescent Transformation In The Short Stories Of Carson Mccullers, Ashley-Ann Dorn Woods

University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations

Carson McCullers's neglected short stories "Sucker", "Like That", and "The Haunted Boy" depict stark adolescent crises. Her character analyses dramatize important elements of many theories of adolescent psychology. Each of these stories depicts what happens when something goes horribly wrong in the course of an already difficult stage of life. In "Sucker" two different stages of adolescent development collide. Pete and Sucker go through different psychological adjustments. The two boys discover the difficulties of adolescent romance, hero-worship, peer group formation and exclusion, and power reversal. The narrator in "Like That" struggles with her Peter-Pan complex as she witnesses her ...


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