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  • Rate of Food Consumption of Acris Crepitans Blanchardi Harper in South-Central Iowa 

    Johnson, Bruce Kenneth (Drake University, 1973-08)
    The problem. The relationship between food consumption and seasonal activity was not known for Acris crepitans blanchardi Harper, Blanchard's cricket frog, nor had the rate of food passage through the stomach of this species ...
  • The Rational and the Intuitive : a Thematic Juxtaposition in the fiction of William Faulkner 

    Custer, Harriet Howell (Drake University, 1974-12)
    Throughout the broad scope of William Faulkner's fiction a thematic pattern emerges which has hitherto been little dealt with by his critics. This pattern presents, initially, an exploration of the principles of rationality ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Hamlet (program 1) 

    Culver, April; Haupert, Matt; Tourville, Luke; Foley, Kate; Isacksen, Benn (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Hamlet (program 2) 

    Pincsak, Cecily; Schiedler, Greg; Wiseman, Kathy; Dixon, Laura (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Hamlet (program 3) 

    Haugen, Brigitte; Skillman, Katie; LeBlanc, Brent; Carroll, Patrick; Goodwin, Sydnie; Heiny, Elizabeth (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Hamlet (program 4) 

    Courtright, Ross; Hoover, Casey; Kennedy, Matt; Bochanyin, Molly; Werning, Stephanie (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Merchant of Venice (program 1) 

    Rabideaux, Becca; Jagow, Ben; Ford, Marissa; Carges, Bailey; Coffey, Sarah (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Merchant of Venice (program 2) 

    Saleh, Omar; Penland, Mandy; Hughes, Dammon; Fulton, Freddie; Miller, Ashley; Pierce, Martha (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Merchant of Venice (program 3) 

    Fischer, Alex; Gebhardt, Anna; Moore, Kat; Sherman, Kelsie (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Merchant of Venice (program 4) 

    Markwardt, Alex; Synowicki, Aimee; Curtis, Ari; Sternhagen, Nicole; Hanson, Ira; Johnson, Laura (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Twelfth Night (program 1) 

    Altman, Michelle; Draffen, Emily; Morgan, Shannon; Cook, Stephanie; Meyer, April (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Twelfth Night (program 2) 

    Brotzer, Devin; Smith, Madella; Zielinski, Sarah; Kemble, Whitley; Mendez, Adrian (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Twelfth Night (program 3) 

    Appleton, Kayla; Piekarczyk, Andrea; Yin, Tina; DeBroux, Andy; Vecitis, Katie (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Re-imagining Shakespeare - Twelfth Night (program 4) 

    Bellis, Amanda; McKeighan, Alex; Rockey, Erica; Dietz, Hilary; Weeks, Ryan (2011-07-19)
    William Shakespeare was no stranger to collaboration. More than a few of his plays were co-authored with fellow dramatists or adapted by others in the process of publication, while performances of his works have always ...
  • Reading Achievement As Affected By Socio-Economic And Cultural Factors 

    Bertrand, Mary Helen (Drake University, 1960-06)
  • Reading Interest Congruence Between High Interest/Low Level Published Materials and Reading Interests of Students in an Alternative Junior High School 

    Williams, Bobbretta Elliston (Drake University, 1978-05)
    Problem. The purpose of this study was to determine if the content of high interest/low level published reading materials were congruent with the topical reading interests of the students enrolled in an alternative ...
  • A Reading Program for The Atlantic Junior High School 

    Royalty, Rosamond Mathisen (Drake University, 1967-08)
  • The Realism of George Moore 

    Bolitho, Norma (Drake University, 1979-03)
    The problem. The realist novels of George Moore are extremely unlike one another in content and technique. While scholars have studied in detail the French influences in Moore's writing, the question of whether Moore was ...
  • A Reappraisal of the Attitude Toward Science in English Romantic Poetry 

    Baldridge, Luanne (Drake University, 1971-05)