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4 111 hero has a significant place in Flemings concept of Heaven; however, Fleming always expresses a disdain for the tragedy of war,and he seeks peace. Death motifs are. integrally connected to Flemings. view of the poet.and his creation~. The thesis

4 111 hero has a significant place in Fleming's concept of Heaven; however, Fleming always expresses a disdain for the tragedy of war,and he seeks peace. Death motifs are. integrally connected to Fleming's. view of the poet.and his creation~. The thesis also shows how Fleming's conception_of his own death relates to his philosophy of the tranquil acceptance of divine.intervention. Several different themes, systems and philosophie~ are joined-together by Fleming into a clearly conceived, if somewhat eclectic weltanschauung. In general, Fleming's use of death motifs is subjective, even though material may pe borrowed from traditional sources.

5 DER GEBHAUCH DES '1:0DESMOTIVS IN DEN DEUTSCHEN POEl\'IATA VON PAUL FLEMING. by PAUL ANGIL WOLF A thesis submitted in partial f~lfillment requirements for the degree of of the MAS1iER OF AR'TS in GERMAN Portland state University 1973

6 TO.THE OFFICE OF GRADUATE STUDIES: \ The members of the Comm1 ttee approve the 1 1thes.1s of Paul Anc11 Wolf presented July-28~ Franz Langham H. F. Peters APPROVED: R. Carol Healy, Chairman,\ Departm.nt of Foreign Languages Studies July Jl, 1972,~~.. '

4 111 hero has a significant place in Fleming's concept of Heaven; however, Fleming always expresses a disdain for the tragedy of war,and he seeks peace. Death motifs are. integrally connected to Fleming's. view of the poet.and his creation~. The thesis also shows how Fleming's conception_of his own death relates to his philosophy of the tranquil acceptance of divine.intervention. Several different themes, systems and philosophie~ are joined-together by Fleming into a clearly conceived, if somewhat eclectic weltanschauung. In general, Fleming's use of death motifs is subjective, even though material may pe borrowed from traditional sources.

5 DER GEBHAUCH DES '1:0DESMOTIVS IN DEN DEUTSCHEN POEl\'IATA VON PAUL FLEMING. by PAUL ANGIL WOLF A thesis submitted in partial f~lfillment requirements for the degree of of the MAS1iER OF AR'TS in GERMAN Portland state University 1973

6 TO.THE OFFICE OF GRADUATE STUDIES: \ The members of the Comm1 ttee approve the 1 1thes.1s of Paul Anc11 Wolf presented July-28~ Franz Langham H. F. Peters APPROVED: R. Carol Healy, Chairman,\ Departm.nt of Foreign Languages Studies July Jl, 1972,~~.. '

You’ll be able to mark a title as a private favorite and, if you want, add other tags that you can use to sort your favorites later.

When functioning correctly, we will be able to provide an RSS feed of a search suitable for use in a feed reader such as Bloglines or Google Reader.

The login function will use library authentication / cosign, but it is not yet implemented In addition to being required to tag a record/search or mark it as a "favorite", logged-in patrons will also be able to:

  • See what they have checked out from Mirlyn and via ILL
  • View their profile information
  • Browse their favorites
  • See a listing of their holds and recalls
  • Initiate "Get This" requests for holds, recalls, library-to-library delivery, etc.

You’ll be able to mark a title as a private favorite and, if you want, add other tags that you can use to sort your favorites later.

When functioning correctly, we will be able to provide an RSS feed of a search suitable for use in a feed reader such as Bloglines or Google Reader.

The login function will use library authentication / cosign, but it is not yet implemented In addition to being required to tag a record/search or mark it as a "favorite", logged-in patrons will also be able to:

  • See what they have checked out from Mirlyn and via ILL
  • View their profile information
  • Browse their favorites
  • See a listing of their holds and recalls
  • Initiate "Get This" requests for holds, recalls, library-to-library delivery, etc.

4 111 hero has a significant place in Fleming's concept of Heaven; however, Fleming always expresses a disdain for the tragedy of war,and he seeks peace. Death motifs are. integrally connected to Fleming's. view of the poet.and his creation~. The thesis also shows how Fleming's conception_of his own death relates to his philosophy of the tranquil acceptance of divine.intervention. Several different themes, systems and philosophie~ are joined-together by Fleming into a clearly conceived, if somewhat eclectic weltanschauung. In general, Fleming's use of death motifs is subjective, even though material may pe borrowed from traditional sources.

5 DER GEBHAUCH DES '1:0DESMOTIVS IN DEN DEUTSCHEN POEl\'IATA VON PAUL FLEMING. by PAUL ANGIL WOLF A thesis submitted in partial f~lfillment requirements for the degree of of the MAS1iER OF AR'TS in GERMAN Portland state University 1973

6 TO.THE OFFICE OF GRADUATE STUDIES: \ The members of the Comm1 ttee approve the 1 1thes.1s of Paul Anc11 Wolf presented July-28~ Franz Langham H. F. Peters APPROVED: R. Carol Healy, Chairman,\ Departm.nt of Foreign Languages Studies July Jl, 1972,~~.. '

You’ll be able to mark a title as a private favorite and, if you want, add other tags that you can use to sort your favorites later.

When functioning correctly, we will be able to provide an RSS feed of a search suitable for use in a feed reader such as Bloglines or Google Reader.

The login function will use library authentication / cosign, but it is not yet implemented In addition to being required to tag a record/search or mark it as a "favorite", logged-in patrons will also be able to:

  • See what they have checked out from Mirlyn and via ILL
  • View their profile information
  • Browse their favorites
  • See a listing of their holds and recalls
  • Initiate "Get This" requests for holds, recalls, library-to-library delivery, etc.

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