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Studies in honor of John Wilcox,

Author: Alva Dayle Wallace; Woodburn O Ross; Wayne State University. Department of English.
Publisher: Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1958.
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Wayne State University. Department of English.
Studies in honor of John Wilcox.
Detroit, Wayne State University Press, 1958
(OCoLC)572325676
Named Person: John Wilcox
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alva Dayle Wallace; Woodburn O Ross; Wayne State University. Department of English.
ISBN: 0836927273 9780836927276
OCLC Number: 1368153
Description: xiv, 269 pages portrait 23 cm
Contents: Foreword, by L.L. Hanawalt.--Heroic diction in The dream of the rood, by R.E. Diamond.--Jonson, Seneca, and "Mortimer", by L. Kirschbaum.--Chivalric themes in "Samson Agonistes," by R. Nash.--A reading of "Musicks duell," by W.G. Madsen.--"Absalom and Achitophel" as epic satire, by C.H. Cable.--An early defense of farce, by S.A. Golden.--Le Texier's early years in England, 1775-1779, by A.D. Wallace.--Playbills and programs: the story of a summer's quest, by R.W. Babcock.--City life in American drama, 1825-1860, by G.H. Blayney.--"Othello" transformed: Verdi's interpretation of Shakespeare, by H.M. Schueller.--Billy Budd as Moby Dick: an alternate reading, by V. Wagner.--The development of Frank Norris's philosophy, by A.L. Goldsmith.--John Galsworthy: aspects of an attitude, by W.O. Ross.--H.M. Tomlinson, essayist and traveller, by A.A. Gay.--A preliminary checklist of the periodical publications of Dorothy M. Richardson, by J. Prescott. --Rhythm in Forster's A passage to India, by R.R. Werry.--Freud and the riddle of "Mrs. Dalloway," by K. Hollingsworth.--William Ellery Leonard: an appraisal, by C.E. Jorgenson.
Responsibility: by members of the English Dept., Wayne State University, edited by A. Dayle Wallace [and] Woodburn O. Ross.

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