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Author: Robert Bridges; M M Bridges
Publisher: London : Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1927-1936.
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Bridges, Robert Seymour, 1844-1930.
Collected essays, papers, &c., of Robert Bridges ..
London : Oxford University Press, H. Milford, 1927-1936
(OCoLC)608183143
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Bridges; M M Bridges
OCLC Number: 852304
Notes: "The general purpose of the series ... is to deal ... with the problem of our English spelling."--Pref., v. 1.
Uses phonetic symbols, to a limited degree.
Vols. 4-10 edited by M.M. Bridges.
Pagination: v. [1-6]: 282 p.; v. [7-8] (referred to as "Collected Essays, Vol. II" on v. [7] half-title): 183 p.; v. [9-10]: 297 p.
Description: 10 v. : music ; 20 cm.
Contents: [v. 1.] I. The influence of the audience on Shakespeare's drama --[v. 2.] II. Humdrum & harum-scarum, a lecture on free verse. III. Poetic diction --
[v. 3.] IV. A critical introduction to Keats --
[v. 4.] V. George Darley --[v. 5.] VI. The poems of Mary Coleridge VII. Lord De Tabley's poems --
[v. 6.] VIII. Dante in English literature. IX. The poems of Emil Brontë. X. Dryden on Milton --
[v. 7.] XI. Studies in poetry. XII. Springs of Helicon. XIII. Wordsworth & Kipling. XIV. Word-books. XV. Letter on English prosody & note on neo-Miltonics --
[v. 8.] XVI. The Bible. XVII. Bunyan's Pilgrim's progress. XVIII. Sir Thomas Browne. XIX. George Santayana. XX. The glamour of grammar --[v. 9.] XXI. The musical setting of poetry. XXII. Some principles of hymn-singing. XXIII. About hymns. XXIV. English chanting. XXV. Chanting. XXVI. Psalms noted in speech rhythm --
[v. 10.] XXVII. An address to the Swindon W.E.A. XXVIII. The necessity of poetry. XXIX. Poetry. XXX. Appendix: An account of the casualty department.
Other Titles: Essays

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