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Hays, William Shakespeare, 1837-1907 (Sc 2603), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Aug 2012

Hays, William Shakespeare, 1837-1907 (Sc 2603), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2603. Chiefly typescript copies of letters from William Shakespeare Hays, Louisville, Kentucky, to Jess and Sue Barkley, Greenville, Kentucky, and a few selected poems. Poems include "Insured", "Sunday Morning", "Eli's Thanksgiving", etc. Also included is general biographical information about Hays.


Gen Ms 27 Early 20th-Century German Print Collection Finding Aid, Julie Cismoski, Kristin D. Morris Aug 2012

Gen Ms 27 Early 20th-Century German Print Collection Finding Aid, Julie Cismoski, Kristin D. Morris

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Description:

Printed materials acquired by the donor's father while serving in West Germany during the Cold War. The Collection contains 37 items, books and ephemeral material. Materials deal with German history from the beginning of World War I to the end of World War II. Dates span 1914 to 1983, with the bulk evenly spread between the periods of 1915-1923 and 1934-1942. The collection includes propaganda, war humor, poems, songs, and a film promotional leaflet; stories from German prisoners of war during WWI; and materials related to revolution (following World War I). The two issues of Stern magazine were ...


A Mandala Of Hands, John Warner Smith May 2012

A Mandala Of Hands, John Warner Smith

University of New Orleans Theses and Dissertations

No abstract provided.


The End Of Her, Kerry Alexander Apr 2012

The End Of Her, Kerry Alexander

English Honors Projects

The End of Her is a collection of poetry that centers on ideas of celebrity, nostalgia, pain and healing, and collective memory. The poems depict the lives and times of tragic women: from Eve to Amy Winehouse. The project touches on both the real and the imagined in examining what it means to be famously tragic, as well as what it means to be a spectator of demise. Interwoven autobiographical pieces reveal the relationship between individual memory and shared history, as the collection positions personal accounts of love and loss in conversation with some of the world’s best-known stories.


Ladies Literary Club - Bowling Green, Kentucky (Mss 393), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives Feb 2012

Ladies Literary Club - Bowling Green, Kentucky (Mss 393), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

MSS Finding Aids

Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 393. Minutes, correspondence, programs, historical sketches, and miscellaneous material of the Ladies Literary Club of Bowling Green, Kentucky.


Cark, Broc Norman Rossell Jan 2012

Cark, Broc Norman Rossell

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

A collection of poems with critical preface. The author expresses concern for responsibilities and obligations resulting from utterance and offers a means of reading poetry in light of such concerns. Lyric theory and the legacy of Language poetry with regards to the lyric are loci in a discussion of contemporary poetics. It analyzes the work of poets Tomaz Salamun and Lyn Hejinian, in relation to theorists Theodor Adorno and Maurice Merleau-Ponty, to articulate a poetics specific to the poems in the collection. The poetics is described via the literary and anthropological uses of metaphor, which are employed to unify text ...


Clarity, Candise W. Henson Jan 2012

Clarity, Candise W. Henson

Student Publications

“Clarity” expresses the connectivity of a lifetime’s events and the human inability to direct lives.


The Possible Is Monstrous, Selected Poems, By Friedrich Dürrenmatt, Translated By Daniele Pantano [Book Review], Frederick Lubich Jan 2012

The Possible Is Monstrous, Selected Poems, By Friedrich Dürrenmatt, Translated By Daniele Pantano [Book Review], Frederick Lubich

World Languages and Cultures Faculty Publications

The article reviews the book "The Possible is Monstrous, Selected Poems," by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, translated by Daniele Pantano. New York: Black Lawrence Press, 2010


Always, Candise W. Henson Jan 2012

Always, Candise W. Henson

Student Publications

“Always” explores the emotions involved in miscarriage, including the assignment of blame.