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The Epic Form in World Literature Gerz and Johns-Putra Definition and Characteristics of the Epic FormThe Epic Form in World Literature Gerz and Johns-Putra Definition and Characteristics of the Epic Form
Note: Epics from British and American literature purposely are not included in this chart
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Early Christian Perspectives on American Nature: The Dissenting Views of James Fenimore and Susan Fenimore CooperEarly Christian Perspectives on American Nature: The Dissenting Views of James Fenimore and Susan Fenimore Cooper
Given 10. 24. 11 to the Nature, Philosophy and Religion Society of the International Association for Environmental Philosophy at the Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, Philadelphia]
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We Three Kings: How Shakespeare Defines Linguistic BordersWe Three Kings: How Shakespeare Defines Linguistic Borders
Shakespeare’s dramatic “voice” is distinct from the voices of his contemporaries, I argue that there are many different Shakespearean “voices,” each consciously used by Shakespeare to impart to his audience, with an economy of words
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How True a TwainHow True a Twain
Could one acquire such an imagina­tion if one didn't have it? No, but one could develop it if one did have it. How? Well, the strongest of human emotions, love, was also the most easily available
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