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1968

Central Washington University

Academic theses

Liberal Studies

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The Basis Of Angolan Nationalism, Albert V. Vandenberg Dec 1968

The Basis Of Angolan Nationalism, Albert V. Vandenberg

All Master's Theses

Portugal has the largest empire remaining in Africa. Portugal's history there dates to the Columbian period, and its government boasts that a colonial philosophy different from the other colonial powers in Africa is at work. The Portuguese speak of a "civilizing mission," "cultural assimilation," and the "Lusitanization of its colonies. The determination of Portugal to see its policies through and the determination of Angolan nationalists to exact independence and freedom from the Portuguese warrant an investigation of the current revolution and the basis of Angolan nationalism.


Transformational Grammar And Problems Of Syntactic Ambiguity In English, Shirlie Jeanette Verley Aug 1968

Transformational Grammar And Problems Of Syntactic Ambiguity In English, Shirlie Jeanette Verley

All Master's Theses

The main purposes of this paper have been (1) to examine the various structural ambiguities in English, (2) to see what the traditional approach has been regarding ambiguities, (3) to apply transformational processes and explanations whenever possible, and (4) to give some specific methods for removing ambiguities from written English.


The Ambiguity Of “Weeping” In William Blake’S Poetry, Audrey F. Lytle Aug 1968

The Ambiguity Of “Weeping” In William Blake’S Poetry, Audrey F. Lytle

All Master's Theses

There is a pattern to Blake's ambiguity. The complexity and intricacy of the images in the earlier manuscripts demand careful reading of all of Blake's works before interpretation. There are many examples, as this study attempted to show, of deliberate and effective ambiguity in the images of weeping.


Teaching Of The Fiction And Film Unit In The High School With Melville’S “Bartleby The Scrivener” And Bluestone’S Bartleby As Models, Michael Paul Lions Jun 1968

Teaching Of The Fiction And Film Unit In The High School With Melville’S “Bartleby The Scrivener” And Bluestone’S Bartleby As Models, Michael Paul Lions

All Master's Theses

Because literature teachers have little understanding of the art of film, they often consider the film to be a frill rather than an aid to learning. The author contends in this study that literature teachers must be convinced that the motion picture is an art, and that the motion picture teaches the student to appreciate and understand literature more thoroughly. The problem is to convince the literature teacher of the art and the power of the film.