The University of Dayton Review was published by the University of Dayton mostly three issues a year (spring, summer, fall) from 1964 to 1998. As its title implied, the Review presented articles by individual contributors, all of whom had a connection with the University. These articles were presented on the authority of their authors; neither the editorial board nor the University of Dayton assumed responsibility for the views expressed by these writers. It was sent without charge to the members of the faculty and to alumni, students and friends of the University who requested copies.
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Current Issue: Volume 22, Number 1 (1993)
Heinrich Bölls “Brief an einen jungen Katholiken”: seine Relevanz für Heute und seine rhetorische Struktur in Bezug auf Aristoteles, Cicero und Augustin oder Böll und die zweite bundesrepublikanische Restauration
Robert C. Conard
Böll’s The Bread of Our Early Years: An Interpretation
David J. Parent
Die “Institution Ehe” in den Romanen Heinrich Bölls
Audience Response to Henry VIII and Cultural Destabilization
Susan E. Krantz