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Moral Meaning in Joseph Conrad's Nostromo: A Study of the Role of Mrs. Gould
(University of Winnipeg, 1978-05)
Nostromo is Joseph Conrad's most ambitious novel. Many believe it is also his finest achievement, for in it he has created an imaginative world of landscape, history, and a volatile people struggling to achieve political ...
Sparks of Light: Survivor Narratives Reflected Through the Lens of Irving Greenberg’s Theology
(University of Winnipeg, 2018-01-22)
In the future, when no first-person witnesses to the Shoah are left to tell their stories, we will be left with their written, audio, and video narratives. Those who will be left to bear witness for them can tell their ...
Nursing Resources in Manitoba 1995 A Description of the Current Situation and Consequent Policy Implications
(University of Winnipeg, 1995-08)
The purpose of this study is to describe the nursing resources available in Manitoba as of April, 1995 and to delineate possible policy initiatives based on the collected data. After years of inattention and neglect, the ...
Locating the Franciscans within the Cities of Thirteenth Century Northern Italy Using the Chronicles of Salimbene de Adam
(University of Winnipeg, 2007)
In 1210, a young man later to be canonized as St. Francis went to Pope Innocent III and obtained permission to form a new religious order that was radically different from any order that had gone before. In the beginning ...