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The Psychology of the Criminal in Nietzsche and Dostoevsky
At surface level, Friederich Nietzsche and Fyodor Dostoevsky are two completely different authors, in that Nietzsche completely rejects the faith which is so important to Dostoevsky's novels. However, in his letters, ...
Evangelical Responses to Science Fiction Film and Television, 1960-1980
This project examines the nature of evangelical interactions with popular culture in the 1960s and 1970s in America, specifically in regard to responses to science fiction film and television. The evangelical movement ...
Finding Refuge After The Fall
American service men, service women and many others around the world who were affected by the Vietnam War would be reluctant to discuss their experiences and emotions even decades after the denouement of the historical ...
"Thy Damnation Slumbereth Not": A Study of the Effects of Shame in Literature from the Industrial Era
This thesis discusses the effect of shame on young women represented in Naturalist literature who have violated the sexual social contract of the late Nineteenth century. The research looks primarily at three works: Tess ...