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Vanderbilt studies in the humanities

Author: Richmond Croom Beatty; J Philip Hyatt; Monroe Kirklyndorf Spears; Vanderbilt University. Humanities Area Committee.
Publisher: Nashville : Vanderbilt University Press, 1951.
Series: Vanderbilt studies in the humanities, v. 1.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richmond Croom Beatty; J Philip Hyatt; Monroe Kirklyndorf Spears; Vanderbilt University. Humanities Area Committee.
OCLC Number: 5823715
Notes: "Published whenever justified, under the sponsorship of the Vanderbilt Humanities Area Committee."
Description: volumes ; 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. Why the modern South has a great literature / Donald Davidson. Christopher Fry: The Redemption of Joy / Monroe K. Spears. Sir Edward Coke: advocate of the supremacy of law / Samuel E. Stumpf. Shepherd of Hermas, Parable II / Kendrick Grobel. The Consistence and qualities of Milton's chaos /Walter Clyde Curry. The Deuteronomic edition of Jeremiah / J. Philip Hyatt. Thomas Lodge's use of Agrippa's chapter on Alchemy / Edgar Hill Duncan. Revelation in the short story; a note on methodology / Walter Sullivan. The Friendship motif in middle English literature / Rob Roy Purdy. The poetry and novels of Robert Penn Warren / Richmond C. Beatty. The Happy captivity of Francisco Nuñez de Pineda y Bascuñan / Maxwell Lancaster. Keat's philosophy of negative capability in its philosophical background / Claude Lee Finney. The nature of the conflict in Jonson's Sejanus / Joseph Allen Bryant, Jr. Judaism, Jesus, and Paul: Some problems of method in scholarly research / Samuel Sandmel. Petrarch's doctrine of meditation / Dayton Phillips.
Series Title: Vanderbilt studies in the humanities, v. 1.
Responsibility: edited by Richmond C. Beatty, J. Philip Hyatt and Monroe K. Spears.

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