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Harold Saegar Stine

1930 Ph.D. Graduate
Dissertation Advisor(s): Clarence Griffin Child
"The Poetic Diction of Francis Thompson"

Retired September 1965

Dr. Stine was born in Philadelphia in 1895.  He received his A.B. in 1916 and his Ph.D. in 1930 from the University.

Dr. Stine holds memembership in the Modern Language Association of America, Linguistic Society of America, American Dialetc Society, and the National Council of Teachers of English.

Doctoral Dissertations Chaired


Robert F Smith "E.M. Forster Transfigured: A Study in Prose Stylistics"
Lee L Snyder "The Old English Dialect Boundaries: Some Place-Name Evidence"


Philip Buehler "A Glossary of the Middle English Genesis and Exodus"
Louis G Jennings "A Study of the Old English Noun in Later English "
Harold J Kane "A Critical Edition of the Prickynge of Love"


Harry M. Logan "The Dialect of "The life of St. Katherine": A Linguistic Study"


Alice Bradley Griffin Markow "The Language of Sir Thomas Wyatt"
George S Hastings "Two Aspects of Style in the AB Dialect of Middle English "
Lazoras Anastasios Varnas "The Language of the Parker Chronicle"


Henry Dietrich Dyck "Language Differentiation in Two Low German Groups in Canada"
Ann Sullivan Haskell "The Representation of Gullah--Influenced Dialect in Twentieth Century South Carolina Prose"


William Floyd Helmer "Critical Estimates of Beowulf from the Early Nineteenth Century to the Present"


Arthur Harold Abel "AElfric and the West-Saxon Gospels"


Robert Anthony Peters "A Study of Old English Words for Demon and Monster and their Relation to English Place-Names"


Mary Isabel Stephens "A Study of the Old English Preface"


Lawrence Edward Guinn "English Runes and Runic Writing: The Development of the Runes and their Employment "


Samuel Ridgeway Levin "Negative Contractions with Old English Verbs"


Joseph Carman Reino "Significant Repetition and Echo in the "Beowulf" "


Nicholas Newlin "The Language of Synge's Plays: The Irish Element"


Ralph Bergen Allen "Old Icelandic Sources in the English Novel"