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Essays in dramatic literature : the Parrott presentation volume

Author: Hardin Craig
Publisher: Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1935.
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Essays in dramatic literature.
Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, 1935
(OCoLC)852765416
Named Person: William Shakespeare; Thomas Marc Parrott
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hardin Craig
OCLC Number: 2327641
Description: 470 p. (1 leaf of plates) : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Thomas Marc Parrott / J. Duncan Spaeth --
Published writings on Professor Parrott / Harry Clemons --
Ethics in the Jacobean drama: the case of Chapman / Hardin Craig --
Early sentimental comedy / DeWitt C. Croissant --
Political theory in the plays of George Chapman / Charles W. Kennedy --
For Shakespeare's Hamlet / Hubertis Cummings --
The greatest of Elizabethan melodramas / Lacy Lockert --
Shakespeare's "Troilus and Cressida" yet deeper in its tradition / W.B. Drayton Henderson --
A note upon William Shakespeare's use of Pliny / T.W. Baldwin --
The drama in a frontier theater / George W. Stewart, Jr. --
The scenes as Shakespeare saw them / Theodore B. Hunt --
Shakespeare's portrayal of Shylock / Harold B. Walley --
Byron's :Werner" re-estimated: a neglected chapter in nineteenth century stage history / T.H. Vail Mottor --
Sir Giles Mompesson and Sir Giles Overreach / Robert H. Ball --
A deep and sad passion / Donald A. Stauffer --
Milton and Euripides / P.W. Timberlake --
The shipwreck / William Huse --
Henry Nevil Payne, dramatist and Jacobite conspirator / Willard Thorp --
Dryden's "Tagged" version of "Paradise lost" / P.S. Havens --
The influence of Shakespeare on Smollett / George M. Kahrl --
The verse lining of the first quarto of "King Lear" / Edward Hubler --
Jane Bell: printer at the East end of Christ-Church / Rudolf Kirk --
The philosophy of Hamlet / Joseph E. Baker.
Other Titles: Parrott presentation volume.
Responsibility: by pupils of Thomas Marc Parrott of Princeton University, published in his honor ; ed. by Hardin Craig.

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