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Humanistic studies in honor of John Calvin Metcalf.

Publisher: Charlottesville, Va. [New York, N.Y.] : [Columbia University Press], 1941.
Series: University of Virginia.; Studies
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Named Person: John Calvin Metcalf; John Calvin Metcalf
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 317077541
Description: x, 338 pages : 1 illustration, plates ; 24 cm.
Contents: Dedication, by J.S. Wilson.--The bronze bull in Cleveland, by A.D. Fraser.--Thomas Nashe and the picaresque novel, by F.T. Bowers.--William Morris and the Eastern question, with a fugitive political poem by Morris, by A.K. Davis, jr.--The survival of "start-naked" in the South, by A.L. Hench.--Incorporation as a type of language structure, by A.A. Hill.--Thomas Jefferson visits England and buys a harpsichord, by A.B. Shepperson.--Order in the Codex regius of the Poetic Edda, by F.T. Wood.--The first transmontane advance, by T.P. Abernethy.--Spanish abbots and the Visigothic councils of Toledo, by C.J. Bishko.--Government and private industry in the Southern Confederacy, by L.J. Cappon.--Federalism in Tuscany, 1859-1860, by J.B. Sirich.--Modern faith and the Utopian fallacy, by A.G.A. Blaz.--Knowing and making, by L.M. Hammond.--Concerning biography, by W.S. Weedon.--Congress and contested elections, by R.K. Gooch.--Bacon's contribution to the theory of rhetoric and public address, by K.R. Wallace.--"Long I" in Richmond speech, by Francis Duke.--A de Vigny autograph in the Alderman library of the University of Virginia, by E.G. Mellor.--A list of the texts of Poe's tales, by J.C. Wyllie.
Series Title: University of Virginia.; Studies
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