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Essays on Values in Literature

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Bernice Goldstein, Sanford Goldstein Zen and Nine Stories
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Jan B. Gordon Wilde and Newman: The Confessional Mode
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Sister M. Carol Blitgen, BVM Tennessee Williams: Modern Idolator
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Giles B. Gunn Creation and Discovery: Vivas' Literary Theory
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(Mrs.) Louise Mahru Potter Man and Mediator in Repos du Septième Jour
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Yvonne Guers-Villate A Few Notes Concerning Rambert in The Plague
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Notes on Contributors
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Index to Vol. XXII
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E. San Juan, Jr. Form and Meaning in "Gerontion"
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William J. Farrell The Waste Land as Rhetoric
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Edward Brandabur Eliot and the Myth of Mute Speech
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Joyce M. Holland Human Relations in Eliot's Drama
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Donald E. Morse Meaning of Time in Auden's For the Time Being
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Notes on Contributors
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John S. Williams Sartre's Dialectic of History: Les Séquestrés d'Altona
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Nathan A. Cervo The Gargouille Anti-Hero: Victim of Christian Satire
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Sister Lucy Schneider, C.S.J. Gather's "Land-Philosophy" in Death Comes for the Archbishop
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Helen T. Naughton At Home with Madame Isabelle Rivière
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Harold A. Waters Possible Sources for Claudel's Violaine
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Francis J. Smith, S.J. O'Connor's Religious Viewpoint in The Violent Bear It Away
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