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Essays and studies in honor of Carleton Brown

Author: Carleton Fairchild Brown; Percy Waldron Long; Modern Language Association of America.; New York University.
Publisher: New York : New York University Press ; London : Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1940.
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Essays and studies in honor of Carleton Brown.
New York : New York University Press ; London : Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press, 1940
(OCoLC)591123629
Named Person: Carleton Fairchild Brown; Carleton Brown
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Carleton Fairchild Brown; Percy Waldron Long; Modern Language Association of America.; New York University.
OCLC Number: 48701416
Notes: "List ... of friends who join with New York university and the Modern language association in expressing their appreciation of Carleton Brown": p. [335]-336.
Description: xiii, 336 p., 1 plate : ill., port. ; 27 cm.
Contents: Carleton Brown, by P. W. Long.-Hagbard and Ingeld, by Kemp Malone.-The D̀ream of the rood' as prosopopoeia, by Margaret Schlauch.-Medieval windows in romantic light, by Erika von Erhardt-Siebold.-Twelfth-century scholarship and satire, by Frederick Tupper.-Introduction to a study of the medieval French drama, by Grace Frank.-M̀editations on the life and passion of Christ': a note on its literary relationships, by Charlote D'Evelyn.-Three Chaucer notes, by Haldeen Braddy.-The tale of Melibeus, by W. W. Lawrence.-Chaucer and the Auchinleck MS: T̀hopas' and G̀uy of Warwick,' by Laura H. Loomis.-Was Chaucer a Laodicean? by R. S. Loomis.-Some English words from the F̀asciculus morum,', by Frances A. Foster.-The dramatic unity of the S̀ecunda pastorum,' by H. A. Watt.-Richard Sellyng, by A. C. Baugh.-Wynkyn de Worde and a second French compilation from the Àncren riwle" with a description of the first (Trinity coll. Camb. MS883), by Hope E. Allen.-Some notes on the circulation of lyric poems in sixteenth-century Italy, by W. Ll. Bullock.-Manuscripts of the Ìslands voyage' and Ǹotes on the royal navy' (in relation to the printed versions in Purchas and in Ralegh's J̀udicious essayes'), by Helen E. Sandison.-Shakespeare remembers his youth in Stratford, by C. F. T. Brooke.-Comedy versus opera in France, 1673-1700, by H. C. Lancaster.-The M̀emorias' of Felipe Fernández Vallejo and the history of the early Spanish drama, by J. E. Gillet.-Thomas Carlyle and Charles Butler of Wall street, by L. E. Kimball.-The mediaevalism of Henry Adams, by Oscar Cargill.-A bibliography of Carleton Brown's writings (p. [330]-332)
Responsibility: [Ed. by P.W. Long].

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