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THE MOTIF OF LONELINESS IN SELECTED DRAMAS BY GERHART HAUPTMANN AND ANTON CHEKHOV
THE DANCE OF DEATH: EVOLUTION AND VARIATION ON A UNIVERSAL MOTIF IN THE NINETEENTH AND TWENTIETH CENTURIES
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE DIDO THEME IN VIRGIL, OVID, AND CHAUCER
LIFE AS LYRIC DRAMA IN THE FICTION OF MARY WEBB (ENGLAND)
INVISIBILITY AS A SIGNIFICANT MOTIF IN WESTERN LITERATURE: ITS ATTAINMENT, USE, AND MORAL CONSEQUENCES
IMITATION WITH A TWIST: THE LITERATURE OF EXHAUSTION AND BEYOND
ADULTEROUS HEROINES IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERATURE: A COMPARATIVE LITERATURE STUDY
Diderot's "De la Poesie dramatique": An annotated translation and revaluation
HEROIC ARCHETYPES IN THE COMEDIES OF ARISTOPHANES AND LATER PLAYWRIGHTS
Vampire in the Poetry of Delmira Agustini
Poéticas Indignadas
Burning down the Grief Motel
The verismo of Amelia Rosselli and Teresa Ubertis
Essays on the controversy in literature: The certain uncertainty of literary texts
Discours autoritaires: Les romans de Michel Butor et de Gerard Bessette (French text)
El epicismo de "La guerra del fin del mundo". [Spanish text] (Peru, Mario Vargas Llosa)
Frankenstein and the Odyssey: Subverting the gendered structure of the epic tradition
The female orphan in the Hispanic novels: "Maria" (Jorge Isaacs, 1967), "Sotileza" (Jose Maria de Pereda, 1885), "La Regenta" (Leopoldo Alas "Clarin," 1885), and "Dona Barbara" (Romulo Gallegos, 1929) (Colombia, Venezuela, Spain)
The torrents of "The Sun Also Rises"
The Chinese outcry and the American dream: A comparative study of Lu Xun and F. Scott Fitzgerald
CRANE'S 'MAGGIE' AND HUYSMANS' 'MARTHE': TWO NATURALIST PROSTITUTE NOVELS
The significance of Schopenhauerian philosophy in late nineteenth century French literature
A CRITICAL STUDY OF ROMAN INGARDEN'S PHENOMENOLOGY OF LITERARY WORKS OF ART (HUSSERL, CONRAD)
Voice in the Dramas of Hrotsvit of Gandersheim
NARRATOR/NARRATEE/READER RELATIONSHIPS IN FIRST PERSON NARRATIVE: JOHN BARTH'S "THE FLOATING OPERA," ALBERT CAMUS' "THE FALL," AND GUENTER GRASS' "CAT AND MOUSE"
THE MYTH OF MEANING: REFLECTIONS ON THE ABSURD IN WESTERN LITERATURE (NIHILISM, EXISTENTIALISM)
The transformation of consciousness in myth
Political geometry: The synchronic political unconscious of Aristotle, Aeschylus, Foucault and Derrida. (Volumes I and II)
Andrei Platonov and the fantasy world of the Western utopian novel
L' Image de la femme resistante chez quatre romancieres noires: Maryse Cond/'e, Simone Schwarz-Bart, Toni Morrison et Alice Walker (French text, Guadeloupe)
Transcendental experience in nature and in the city: A study of Anglo-American Romanticism's anti-urban attitude
THE INFLUENCE OF SCHILLER'S CONCEPT OF AESTHETICS ON DOSTOEVSKY'S MAJOR FICTION (RUSSIA; GERMANY)
Terentian female roles: Their transformations in Moliere and Congreve
A motif-index of the Angel of Death in early Rabbinic literature
Reasons for the Dark to Be Afraid
Blake's and Shelley's Reader Responses to Milton's Satan in <em>Paradise          Lost</em>