Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
Dr. Thomas P. Walsh
Throughout history men have been caught between two modes of existence. One of these modes represents a state of constant despair and destruction; the other represents a way to faith and salvation. The conflict and tension between the two states have placed many men in the position of being consistently stricken by doubt and anxiety. Men in every period of history have experienced this struggle, but perhaps those most severely torn by it were those of the nineteenth-century in Europe.
Gorr, Louis Frederick, "The leap of faith: An examination of the philosophic unity of Alfred, Lord Tennyson's "In Memoriam"" (1967). Student Work. 3209.
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