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The name and nature of poetry and other selected prose

Author: A E Housman; John Carter
Publisher: New York : New Amsterdam, 1989, ©1961.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A E Housman; John Carter
ISBN: 0941533611 9780941533614
OCLC Number: 18959773
Notes: Reprint. Originally published: Selected prose. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 1962.
Description: xv, 204 p. ; 22 cm.
Contents: I. Introductory lecture (1892) --
II. From the prefaces --
Manilius I (1903), Manilius V (1930), Juvenal (1905) --
III. Reviews, classical papers and letters to the press --
Tucker's Supplices of Aeschylus (1890) --
The manuscripts of Propertius (1892, 1894) --
Schulze's edition of Baehrens' Catullus (1894) --
The manuscripts of Propertius (1895) --
Palmer's Heroides of Ovid (1899) --
Tremenheere's Cynthia of Propertius (1900) --
A line in Lucan (1901) --
Remarks on the Culex (1902) --
Owen's Persius and Juvenal - a caveat (1904) --
Ellis's Catullus (1905) - Butler's Propertius (1905) --
Luciliana (1907) --
The Cambridge history of English literature, vol. XI : The period of the French Revolution (1915) --
A Georgian history of Victorian literature (The Cambridge history of English literature, vols. XIII and XIV) (1917) --
Bywater's Four centuries of Greek learning in England (1920) --
Simpson's Louis Napoleon and the recovery of France (1923) --
Keats's The fall of Hyperion, I 97 (1924) --
Dr. Fraenkel's appointment (1934) --
IV. The application of thought to textual criticism (1921) --
V. Biographical --
J.M. Image (1919) --
Arthur Platt (1927) --
VI. Ceremonial --
The Trinity College addresses (1913-1919) --
Address to Sir James George Frazer (1921) --
Address of condolence (1925) --
Address of congratulation (1935) --
VII. The name and nature of poetry (1933)
Other Titles: Prose works.
Responsibility: A.E. Housman ; edited by John Carter.

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