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Tennessee studies in literature, volume XXII.

Author: Allison R Ensor
Publisher: Knoxville : University of Tennessee Press, 1977.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Allison R Ensor
OCLC Number: 9395759
Description: 184 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Designing a camel; or, generalizing the Middle ages / by E. Talbot Donaldson --
The adder at Malory's Battle of Salisbury: sources, symbols, and themes / by Philip McCaffrey --
Brabantio seduced: the opening scene of Othello / by Robert F. Willson, Jr. --
The play-within-the-play in 3 Henry VI / by David M. Bergeron --
Divided consciousness: the trauma and triumph of restoration culture / by David M. Vieth --
Catharsis in eighteenth-century England / by C.R. Kroph --
The wild and the garden: a double focus on reality in Pope's An essay on man / by Anne T. Barbeau --
Discovery and alienation, nature and reason in Gulliver's travels, parts I-III / by James E. Gill --
'To steal a hint was never known': the Sodom apple motif and Swift's 'A beautiful young nymph going to bed' / by Miller Solomon --
Shelley's The cenci: the ice motif and the ninth circle of Dante's hell / by Fred L. Milne --
Thackeray's mirror / by Jerry W. Williamson --
I detest novels, poetry & theology: origin of a fiction concerning Mark Twain's reading / by Alan Gribben --
The Princess Casamassima: suicide and tghe penetrating imagination / by Philip Page --
Pantaloon in black: it's place in Go down, Moses / by John L, Cleman.
Responsibility: edited by Allison R. Ensor.

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