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Towards a poetics of neorealism: Tragedy in the Italian cinema 1942–1948
by Pierson, Inga M., Ph.D.  New York University. 2008: 323 pages; 3342389.
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Antigone's reach: A feminine model for today's businesswoman
by Klimek, Diana Lynn, Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2008: 167 pages; 3361020.
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Playing with lives: Theatricality, self -staging, and the problem of agency in Renaissance English revenge tragedy
by Condon, James Joseph, Ph.D.  University of California, Riverside. 2009: 210 pages; 3389711.
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Nietzsche and comedy: Provocative laughter amidst a tragic philosophy
by Rudar, Michael Christian, Ph.D.  Duquesne University. 2014: 281 pages; 3643678.
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Contexts for Don Quixote and quixotism: Beyond hero or fool
by Mayea, Liesder, Ph.D.  University of California, Riverside. 2009: 211 pages; 3374429.
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Nietzsche Wept: The Morality of Pity, Ambivalence, and the Gods
by Wiseman, Wendy A., Ph.D.  University of California, Santa Barbara. 2010: 515 pages; 3428027.
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Nomadic stages: On the emergence of literary drama in the age of Enlightenment
by Lande, Joel B., Ph.D.  The University of Chicago. 2010: 202 pages; 3432745.
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An interpretation of Nietzsche's Uebermensch through the Dionysian/Apollonian synthesis
by Wardell, Lilian Olive, M.A.  National University of Ireland (Ireland). 2007: 125 pages; 1471941.
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Tragic Vision in the Verse Narratives of New Formalism
by Petyo, Michael Brian, A.L.M.  Harvard University. 2015: 64 pages; 1585751.
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Arshile Gorky and Marc Rothko: Return from exile
by Zaikina, Olga, M.A.  State University of New York at Buffalo. 2011: 106 pages; 1495479.
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The unconscious Everest
by Meendering, Joshua, Psy.D.  Saint Mary's University of Minnesota. 2016: 65 pages; 10244701.
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Horror in Euripides' “Hecuba” and “Heracles”
by Keyser, Derek Smith, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2011: 262 pages; 3477565.
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Circles and squares: Representing a Greco-Irish world
by Wallace, Jessica Ann, M.F.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2015: 12 pages; 1572450.
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Vessels of vengeance: Divine wrath and human instruments in early modern revenge tragedy
by Romeo, Genevieve, Ph.D.  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 2010: 171 pages; 3409958.
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Antagonism in the Tragic Plays of Ibsen and Sartre: Self-Love and the Antagonist
by Moon, Mi Kyung, M.A.  State University of New York at Binghamton. 2019: 120 pages; 13880447.
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Aaronistotle's poetics: A scholarship-based thought experiment constructing Aristotle's comedic theory
by Penn, Aaron Nicholas, M.A.  University of Central Arkansas. 2012: 107 pages; 1516458.
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Metaphors of adaptation: Honor killing in Shakespeare and Webster
by Bowman, Elizabeth Kelley, Ph.D.  Northern Illinois University. 2012: 216 pages; 3540564.
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Impacts of homicide and death penalty experiences: A hermeneutic phenomenological approach
by Smith, Markus Shintaro, Ph.D.  The University of Oklahoma. 2011: 196 pages; 3468305.
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Mitigating the Tragedy of the Commons: Costa Rica Case Study
by Gurria, Eva, M.P.A.  The American University of Paris (France). 2010: 72 pages; 10305881.
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Inspiring moral identity within the imaginal realm of classic literature
by Hopkins, Sandra Kay, Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2011: 417 pages; 3475548.
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From Corbin and Hillman to Dionysos: The Partial Unveiling of Psyche's Stage
by Jones, Laura Jeanine, Ph.D.  Pacifica Graduate Institute. 2017: 299 pages; 10642918.
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Hegemonic ambition: Offensive Realist Prescriptions for Regional Hegemons in External Regio
by Cantelmo, Robert G., M.A.  The George Washington University. 2015: 80 pages; 10002419.
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The Clarinet Writing in Wagner's Parsifal as Synthesis of the Wagner-Nietzsche Relationship
by Vasquez, Diego, D.M.A.  University of Hartford. 2019: 191 pages; 13886883.
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“The mirroring that binds into freedom”: Stevens, Jeffers, Heidegger and the inhuman
by Webb, C. Travis, M.A.  California State University, Long Beach. 2009: 78 pages; 1472380.
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Representing the Sack of Rome and its Aftermath, 1527-1540
by Goethals, Jessica, Ph.D.  New York University. 2012: 395 pages; 3524266.
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"And a soul in ev'ry stone": The ludic natures of "Pale Fire" and "Gravity's Rainbow"
by Kennedy, Robert Oran, M.A.  The University of Utah. 2015: 82 pages; 10001410.
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