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Methods and aims in the study of literature : a series of extracts and illustrations

Author: Lane Cooper
Publisher: Ithaca, N.Y. : Cornell University Press, 1940.
Series: Cornell studies in English, 31.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cooper, Lane, 1875-1959.
Methods and aims in the study of literature.
Ithaca, N.Y., Cornell University Press, 1940
(OCoLC)614950802
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lane Cooper
OCLC Number: 1125528
Notes: Originally published in 1915.
Description: xv, 239 pages ; 22 cm.
Contents: I: ON METHOD IN GENERAL. Milton on discipline --
Art equals method --
John Burnet on Aristotle and method --
Shedd on methodology --
Herbert Spencer on the relation of art to science --
Leonardo da Vinci on method in the art of painting --
Sir Joshua Reynolds on method --
Kenyon Cox on design in painting --
Sir Frederick Pollock on personality and method --
Shaler on the method of Agassiz --
The method of John Sherren Brewer II: ON METHOD IN THE STUDY OF LITERATURE. Leigh Hunt on reconstructing the spirit of the past --
August Boeckh on interpretation and criticism as the two distinct functions in the study of the past --
Professor [Albert S.] Cook's adaptation of Boeckh to the study of a particular masterpiece --
Boeckh on the relation of encyclopaedia [i.e., encyclopedia] to methodology --
Methods and aims in the study of literature : opinions from two poets [Wordsworth and Coleridge] III: EXTRACTS FROM LETTERS OF WORDSWORTH ON THE STUDY AND PRACTICE OF POETRY. Wordsworth to R. P. Gillies --
Wordsworth to William Rowan Hamilton --
Wordsworth to William Rowan Hamilton --
Wordsworth to Lord Lonsdale --
Wordsworth to William Rowan Hamilton IV: ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE PRACTICE OF GREAT WRITERS IN COMPOSING. Professor Lockwood on Milton's corrections of the minor poems --
Horace --
Ben Jonson on Shakespeare --
Ben Jonson on style --
Samuel Johnson --
Rousseau --
Gilman on Coleridge --
Coleridge --
Wordsworth, as seen by his sister --
De Quincey --
Cardinal Newman --
Charles Lamb --
Manzoni --
Tennyson --
Stevenson --
Lafcadio Hearn --
Jowett --
Balzac V: ON THE STUDIES OF POETS. A glance at Wordsworth's reading --
[William] Minto on Robert Burns --
Byron's early reading --
Spenser's use of books --
Shakespeare's books --
An illustration of Shakespeare's use of books --
Milton's plans and studies for Paradise Lost --
Milton's account of his own education VI: METHOD IN THE POETRY OF LOVE --
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS. Browning --
The method of the troubadours --
A method of study suggested by the practice of Dante --
On the structure of the Vita nuova --
Some of the topics discussed by Dante in his treatise De vulgari eloquentia --
The method of Petrarch --
The method of George Herbert --
George Herbert : Love unknown --
Socrates on the principles of composition --
The method of Agathon in the Symposium of Plato --
Diotima explains the method of artistic education to Socrates --
Wordsworth on love and reason --
The thirtieth chapter of First Corinthians.
Series Title: Cornell studies in English, 31.
Responsibility: arranged and adapted by Lane Cooper.

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