facebook twitter Blogger YouTube
Font Size: T T T

Manuscripts, Dissertations, and Theses

Kirby Hall • 570-408-4532 (T) • 570-408-7829 (F) • Email

 

  • Amuso, Teresa Rose.  Crises of Survival:  The Precarious “I” in the Worlds of Elizabeth Bowen and Jean Rhys.  Diss.  University of Massachusetts Amherst, 1987.  395A.
     
  • Baker, Joanne Claire.  Between States:  The Writing of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  Queen's University of Belfast, 2000.  53584345.

  • Barlett, Laura Nicole.  Reflection/reflected:  the Construction of Female Subjectivity in Elizabeth Bowen's “The Last September” and “The Death of the Heart.” Diss.  Bowling Green University, 1997.

  • Barth, Jean.  “Elizabeth Bowen; the Psychological and Social Themes in her Fiction.” MA Thesis, Columbia University, 1950.

  • Bellis, William W.  “Elizabeth Bowen as Novelist:  The Death of the Heart as A Demonstration of Her Art.” MA Thesis, Catholic University of America, 1958.

  • Berger, Josephine.  Elizabeth Bowen’s Concept of the Short Story: The Androgenous Mind in Literature. Diss. St. John’s University, 1977.  4174A.

  • Blodgett, Harriet H. Circles of Reality: A Reading of the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  University of California at Davis, 1968.  29: 2250A – 2251A.

  • Brown, Pamela Harrington.  After the Fall:  Innocence and Experience in Eight Novels by Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  University of Pittsburgh, 1983.  3322A.

  • Buccleugh, Stephen Hamilton.  The Dialogics of Narrative:  A Study of Narrative Voice and Description in the Fiction of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  University of Toronto, 1988.  824A.

  • Cole, Frances Ann.  “From Point of View of Poetic Vision:  A Study of Three Novels by Elizabeth Bowen.” Honors Thesis, College of William and Mary, 1966.

  • Cooke, Sharon Bralove.  “The Testing Extremities of Noon:  Elizabeth Bowen's Wartime Fiction.” MA Thesis, San Francisco State University, 1986.

  • Dostel, Rose Margaret.  Innocence and Knowledge in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  University of Notre Dame, 1964.  25: 2509-2510.

  • Dukes, John Thomas.  Adolescence and “The Struggle for Ascendancy”:  The Characterization of Women in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  Purdue University, 1985.  3129A.

  • Ely, Gladys R.  “Elizabeth Bowen:  The Woman as Artist.” MA Thesis, Columbia University, 1949.

  • Fand, Helen Hirsh.  “Children in Elizabeth Bowen's Fiction.” MA Thesis, Drew University, 1975.

  • Fulkerson, Donna Lynn.  The Characterization of the Author:  Elizabeth Bowen's Use of the Character Authorial Mask.  Diss.  Washington University, 1991.  2752A.

  • Green, James L.  “Alienation in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.” MA Thesis, University of Kansas, 1961.

  • Hanna, John Greist. Elizabeth Bowen and the Art of Fiction: A Study of Her Theory and Practice.”  Diss.  Boston University, 1961.

  • Heath, William Webster.  Elizabeth Bowen and the Tradition of the Novel.  Diss.  University of Wisconsin, 1956.

  • Howell, Toni Nevels.  Exiled from Eden:  The Displaced Person in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  Texas Christian University, 1990.  502A.

  • Jordan, Heather Bryant.  Elizabeth Bowen and the Landscape of War.  Diss.  University of Michigan, 1990.  2498A.

  • Keith, Carroll Sue.  “An Investigation of Written Miscommunication in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.” MA Thesis, University of Texas at Arlington, 1986.

  • Kendris, Thomas. The Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  Columbia University, 1964.  26: 1648.

  • Kirkpatrick, Larry James.  Elizabeth Bowen and Company: A Comparative Essay in Literary Judgment.  Diss.  Duke University, 1965.  26: 6044.

  • Langford, Margaret Ellis.  “Love and the Misuse of Power in Two Novels by Elizabeth Bowen.” MA Thesis.  Georgia State University, 1989.

  • Lassner, Phyllis.  The Myth of the Ancestral Home:  A Study of the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  Wayne State University, 1984.  3696A.

  • Lawson, Judith Ann.  Professionalized Susceptibilities:  Imagination in the Early Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  University of Iowa, 1979.  2697A.

  • Lowell, Jennifer Pearce.  The Language of Loss:  Light Imagery in the Works of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  Drew University, 1992.  1926A.

  • Lundeen, Albert Paul.  “A Choice Divided:  Elizabeth Bowen and a Study of Autonomy.” MA Thesis, California State University, Sacremento, 1988.

  • Magness, Patricia Kay Phillips.  The Use of Exclusion in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  Vanderbuilt University, 1974.

  • McDowell, Alfred B. Identity and the Past: Major Themes in the Fiction of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  Bowling Green State University, 1972. 332: 4621A.

  • McGowan, Martha Jean.  Lyric Design in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  Boston University, 1971.

  • McMahon, Kathleen M.  “'The Innocent Heart':  A Study of the Heroines of Elizabeth Bowen.” MA Thesis, Adelphi University, 1971.

  • Miller, Donald.  Scene and Image in Three Novels by Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  Columbia University, 1967.  28: 637A-638A.

  • Milstead, Sandra Sue.  “A Study of Plot, Characterization, and Scene in Stories by Elizabeth Bowen.” MA Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1965.

  • Monier, Susan Topham.  “Elizabeth Bowen:  The Orphan Who Writes about Orphans.” MA Thesis, University of South Florida, 1999.

  • Moser, Margarete.  Elizabeth Bwoen. Ihre Romane und Kurzgeschichten. Diss.  University of Vienna, 1955.

  • Mullen, Thomas P.  “Progress Toward Disaster: A Study of the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.”  BA Thesis, Amherst College, 1950.

  • Mullin, Vi Christensen.  “The Knit of Identity in Some Fiction by Elizabeth Bowen.” MA Thesis, Old Dominion University, 1970.

  • Nardella, Anna Gayle Ryan.  Feminism, Art, and Aesthetics: A Study of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  SUNY—Stony Brook, 1975.  36: 2851A-52A.

  • Neuner, Hannelore.  Studien zur Erzähltechnik der Romane Elizabeth Bowen. Diss University of Graz, Austria, 1953.

  • Noble, Linda Rae Willis. A Critical Study of Elizabeth Bowen’s Novel.  Diss.  University of Oregon, 1975. 36: 4516A.

  • Osborn, Susan.  “Space Came Like Water:  A Reconsideration of Elizabeth Bowen's Fiction.” Diss.  Rutgers University—New Brunswick, 2004.

  • Rempel, Mary-Lyle.  “The Theme of Isolation in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.”  MA Thesis.  Stanford University, 1963.

  • Richards, Karyn Sue.  “The Death of the Heart:  A Novel of Manners.” MA Thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1967.

  • Roddy, Sonora Hudson.  “Point of View: the Snopes Trilogy.  Development of Ambiguity in The House in Paris.”  MA Thesis, University of Texas, Austin, 1971.

  • Rosedaughter, Stefanie Prather.  “Worlds of the Haunted:  A Study in the Contemporary Relevance of Elizabeth Bowen's Supernatural Short Fiction.” MA Thesis, San Diego State University, 1993.

  • Rossen, Janice Adelle.  The Early Novels of Elizabeth Bowen:  An Existential Reading.  Diss.  University of Minnesota, 1982.  AAT 8221326.

  • Rothschild, Joyce Mae.  Cataclysm and Recovery:  Thematic Development in Five Elizabeth Bowen Novels.  Diss.  University of Maryland College Park, 1984.  AAT 8412050.

  • Rouda, F.  H.  “Elizabeth Bowen and the Tragedy of Innocence.” MA Thesis, Columbia University, 1947.

  • Rupp, Richard Henry.  The Achievement of Elizabeth Bowen: A Study of her Fiction and Criticism. Diss.  Indiana University, 1963.  25: 5286.

  • Schaeffer, Alice Ann.  “A Study of Literary Method in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.”  MA Thesis.  Stanford University, 1963.
     
  • Shaller, Karen. The Bowen Affect: The Short Fiction of Elizabeth Bowen and the Case for Re-reading Emotion. Diss. University of Sussex 2011.

  • Schneider, Dorothy Leona.  “The Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.”  MA Thesis.  Washington University, 1952.

  • Soldani, Louise N.  To Live How One Can: A Thematic Study of Elizabeth Bowen’s Short Fiction.  Diss.  University of Notre Dame, 1967. 28: 1828A.

  • Stanfill, Melinda.  Glass Coffins:  The Use of Fairy Tale in Elizabeth Bowen's Novels:  Eva Trout, The Last September, and The Death of the Heart.  MA Thesis.  University of Florida, 1987.

  • Stern, Joan O.  A Study of the Problems in Values and the Means by Which They Are Presented in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  New York University, 1974.  35: 3012A-13A

  • Sullivan, Rita Marie.  The Four Corners of Fiction:  Adolescent Sensibility in the Novels of Elizabeth Bowen and Rosamond Lehmann.  Diss.  Brown University, 1986.  AAT 8519914.

  • Tierney, Jane Francis.  An Investigation of the Contributions to the Art of the Short Story Made by Four Contemporary Women:  Elizabeth Bowen, Mary Lavin, Katherine Ann Porter, Eudora Welty.  Diss.  U of Buffalo, 1956.

  • Walsh, Keri.  “Abroad was Inside Her Compass:  Elizabeth Bowen and Continental Culture.” M.  Phil., University of Oxford, 2002.

  • Wheeler, Ann Marie.  Shape and Shapelessness:  The Symbolic Function of Setting in the Fiction of Elizabeth Bowen.  Diss.  Vanderbilt University, 1986.  AAT 8522493.
 
  • |
  • Wilkes University |
  • 84 West South Street, Wilkes-Barre, PA 18766 |
  • 1-800-WILKES-U
  • |
  • Privacy Policy*