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  • Satire in the works of Aphra Behn 

    Garrett, Patricia Lynn (1975)
    With few exceptions, both contemporary and later critics have viewed the work of Aphra Behn (1640-1689) as that of a woman interesting because of the accidence of her sex. She was a figure of intrigue, actively involved ...
  • Edward Albee and the American dream 

    Hachbold, Sue (1975)
    The plays of Edward Albee are, among other things, social commentary on America. Albee manages to make this commentary by means of the dramatic medium. In The American Dream a pattern may be found which serves as a definition ...
  • An analysis of the relative efficiency of various high level programming languages 

    Blaylock, Jerome Wayne (1975)
    High level computer programming languages have been an important influence on computer science since their large-scale introduction in the early 1960’s. Their individual features have been widely analyzed as to how they ...
  • The city that care forgot 

    Duek, Jody Lee (1975)
    This is a novel, which takes place in New Orleans during the sixties, about the growth and change of a young woman. It shows her initial innocence and subsequent disillusionment, set against the backgroup of the French ...
  • The dream motif in the novels of James Leo Herlihy 

    Mack, Jayne L. Dumont (1975)
    This work is the first critical study of all of James Leo Herlihy's novels. An analysis of All Fall Down (1960), Midnight Cowboy (1965), and The Season of the Witch (1971) reveals Herlihy's particular talent in the use of ...

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