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Stanford University. School of Letters.
Stanford studies in language and literature. 1941.
Stanford University, Calif., The University [c1941]
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Hardin Craig; Stanford University. School of Letters.
|Notes:||"Issued by the School of letters of Stanford University."--P. [iv].
Jaggard's Catalogue of English books, by O.M. Willard.--Milton's scale of nature, by W.C. Curry.--Leibniz and the German language, by A.E. Sokol.--The criticism of Guilliver's "Voyage to the Houyhnhnms," 1726-1914, by M.D. Clubb.--Bishop Hurd's association with Thomas Warton, by Edwine Montague.--Some literary opinions of Madame du Deffand, by A.E.A Naughton.--Goethe's Faust in recent translation, by B.Q. Morgan.--An American performance of The Cenci, by A.C. Hicks.--Three articles from the pen of Charles Kingsley, by Ruth E. Matthews.--Wilhelm Dilthey's analysis of Charles Dickens, by Adolph Zech.--The literary methods of a critical realist, by J.C. McCloskey.--The beginning of modern literature, by Harvey Eagleson.--Henry Adams's quest for certainty, by R.A. Hume.--Diplomats in modern French literature, by W.L. Schwartz.
|Description:||vi, 387 p. diagr. 26 cm.|
|Contents:||The growth of the historical spirit, by Albert Guérard.--Odium philologicum, or, A century of progress in English philology, by A.G. Kennedy.--An extraordinary example of Spanish ballad tradition in New Mexico, by A.M. Espinosa.--Familiar figurative English expressions, by W.H. Davis.--The cultural background of the literary baroque in Germany, by K.F. Reinhardt.--Deeds of violence in Greek tragedy, by P.W. Harsh.--Some minor ways of word-formation in Old English, by Herbert Merit.--Provençal elements in the English vernacular lyrics of manuscript Harly 2253, by Elinor Rees.--Dante and Honorius of Autun, by O.M. Johnston.--Manuscripts of the Manuel des pechiez, by C.G. Laird.--Elizabethan widows, by Lu E. Pearson.--Shakespeare, Southampton and Avisa, by H.D. Gray.|
|Responsibility:||Edited by Hardin Craig.|