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Tweet, Roald

Roald graduated from St. Olaf College in 1955 and received his doctorate in American literature from the University of Chicago in 1967. He joined Augustana College, Rock Island, Illinois and became a member of the English Department in 1960. He remained there until his retirement in 1999. He chaired the department from 1967 until 1984. In 1998 he was appointed to the Conrad Bergendoff Chair in the Humanities.
Spending much of his life along the Mississippi River, Roald has authored numerous publications on aspects of the River and Quad Cities history.

Recordings

Gerard Manley Hopkins – Poet or Priest

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1968

Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1968

Walden Two

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1969

Curriculum Development

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1969

Brave New World & Other Things

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1969

King James & Translation

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1969

Should Church Colleges Survive

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1969

Christian Poets: Gerard Manley Hopkins

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1969

Vespers: Puritanism Reinterpreted

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1969

Creativity I

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1969

Creativity II – Test

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1969

Signs

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1969

Image of Woman in American Literature

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1972

Utopian Literature and Skinner's "Walden Two"

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1972

"Mad" Magazine

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1972

Despair, Doubt & Hope: Mark Twain The Myterious Stranger

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1975

Pop Culture: Trash vs Great Literature – Part 1

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1975

Pop Culture: Trash vs Great Literature – Part 2

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1975

Language, The Wiley Servant – Part 1

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1975

Language, The Wiley Servant – Part 2

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1975

Despair, Doubt & Hope: Hawthorne “The Minister’s Black Veil” & “Young Goodman Brown”

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1975

Why Johnny Can't Read

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1976

American Myths: Why the Lone Ranger Never Married

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1976

Why Johnny Can't Read

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1980

Where Did Words Come From?

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1980

Language: Wily Servant

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1980

Love Calls Us to this World: John Donne and William Blake

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1980

Why the Lone Ranger Never Married

Presenter: Tweet, Roald / 1980

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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