Browsing by Author "Ulmer, William Andrew"

Browsing by Author "Ulmer, William Andrew"

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  • Hopper, Natalie Nicole (University of Alabama Libraries, 2009)
    Whereas ancient accounts of the Prometheus story cast the Titan's wife in a secondary and easily overlooked role, Percy Shelley portrays Prometheus and Asia as mutually dependent partners, establishing the couple as equals ...
  • Easter, Brandee Danielle (University of Alabama Libraries, 2013)
    When its Indian colony revolted in the summer of 1857, England was caught off guard. Largely ignored before the uprising, India surged to the forefront of foreign affairs discourse as periodical writers attempted to ...
  • Hopper, Natalie Nicole (University of Alabama Libraries, 2014)
    This dissertation seeks to expand the way we approach myth in Romantic literature, regarding it not just as classical content but as a process by which authors--including modern ones--are able to universalize and disseminate ...
  • Powell, Jared N. (University of Alabama Libraries, 2018)
    Critics have long pondered William Blake's relationship to his literary predecessors. As both a visual and verbal artist, Blake had a bulk of precedence and tradition at his disposal. Many scholars focus on Blake's ...
  • Hutchison, Gennifer Arwen (University of Alabama Libraries, 2017)
    Child murder in modern American drama draws heavily from Greek tragic traditions, both stylistically and thematically. The number of playwrights (and authors) who have chosen to include infanticide in their works in both ...
  • Phillips, Amanda Lynn (University of Alabama Libraries, 2009)
    In Victorian Masculinities, Herbert Sussman identifies the emergence of the "masculine plot" in mid-nineteenth century writing by male authors. The masculine plot, an alternative to the marriage plot's bourgeois domestic ...
  • Reynolds, Susan Elizabeth (University of Alabama Libraries, 2012)
    This dissertation examines the trope of orphanhood in mid-nineteenth century novels and argues that the orphan emerges as a symbol of middle-class fears about legitimacy and survival. Though many critics concentrate their ...
  • Vines, Carson Taylor (University of Alabama Libraries, 2017)
    The sublime is a topic with a rich context in art, philosophy, religion and rhetoric. Critical discussion of Percy Shelley’s use of the sublime has frequently included connections to romantic aesthetics and the philosophy ...
  • Porter, Jessica Lynn (University of Alabama Libraries, 2013)
    In the foundational text, George Eliot and Blackmail, Alexander Welsh charts the development of modern society, from the birth of our information culture to the emergence of new community patterns, and he explains how the ...

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