Date of Award
Master of Arts (MA)
A great interest in the rose was the inspiration for this paper. Loved by poet and peasant, king and councillor, philosopher and historian, the rose is unquestionably man's favorite flower. Appearing in war and peace, at funerals and festivals, in religion, art, and literature, it is initimately linked with the lives and customs of many people and has woven a bright pattern through the whole fabric of civilization...
Andrews, Janet Dyer, "The Rose in Tudor England" (1948). Student Work. 381.
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A Thesis presented to The Faculty of the Dep't. of English University of Omaha. In partial fulfillment of the requisits for the degree of Master of Arts. Copyright 1948 Janet Dyer Andrews