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Late harvest: sketches of Cook, Adams, and Kleist; The college president; with philosophical reviews, and papers on Coleridge, Wordsworth, and Byron.

Author: Lane Cooper
Publisher: Ithaca, Cornell University Press [1952]
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cooper, Lane, 1875-1959.
Late harvest.
Ithaca, Cornell University Press [1952]
(OCoLC)569973818
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lane Cooper
OCLC Number: 348910
Description: 228 p. 24 cm.
Contents: Albert Stanburrough Cook, 1853-1927 (1927) --
Joseph Quincy Adams, 1881-1946 (1948) --
Cook, 'The higher study of English' (1907) --
W.J. Sedgefield. 'An Anglo-Saxon book of verse and prose' (1929) --
Dr. Johnson on oats and other grains (1937) --
Wordsworth sources: Bowles and Keate (1905) --
A dissertation upon Northern Lights (1906) --
Pleonastic compounds in Coleridge (1904) --
An aquatic in 'The rime of the ancient mariner' (1905) --
The Abyssinian paradise in Coleridge and Milton (1906) --
The power of the eye in Coleridge (1910) --
Wordsworth's conception of the 'ancient mariner' (1910) --
The 'forest hermit' in Coleridge and Wordsworth (1909) --
On Wordsworth's 'To Joanna' (1910) --
Wordsworth's translation of the Harmodius hymn (1916) --
Eigerman, 'The poetry of Dorothy Wordsworth' (1940) --
Spenser, Ovid, Chester, Cowper, on trees (1929) --
Notes on Byron and Shelley (1908) --
Fuess, 'Lord Byron as satirist' (1913) --
Patch, 'The tradition of Boethius' (1938) --
Anna Robeson Burr, 'The autobiography' (1910) --
Eliza Gregory Wilkins, 'The Delphic maxims in literature' 1932) --
Santayana, 'Three philosophical poets: Lucretius, Dante and Goethe' (1911) --
More, 'Hellenistic philosophies' (1924) --
Shorey, 'Platonism ancient and modern' (1941) --
Prosser Hall Frye, 'Plato' (1941) --
'Classical essays presented to James A. Kleist, S.J.' (1946) --
On the study of English (1906) --
Wach, 'Das Verstehen' (1929) --
Wach, 'Das Verstehen', vol. 3 (1935) --
A letter on the recognition of scholarship (1917) --
The university president (1920) --
Should the teacher of English be a scholar? (1925) --
The college graduate in the world of learning (1917) --
War not inevitable (1926) --
The worldly wisdom of Polonius (1907) --
What is a poet? (1900) --
Grace, truth -and peace (1946).

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