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Author: David Lee Clark; William Bryan Gates; Ernest Erwin Leisy
Publisher: New York, T. Nelson and Sons, 1939.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Lee Clark; William Bryan Gates; Ernest Erwin Leisy
OCLC Number: 2636046
Notes: Includes "biographical sketches of each major writer."--V. 1, Pref.
Description: 2 volumes illustrations 25 cm
Contents: v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The Old English period. Beowulf. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The Middle English period. from Canterbury Tales. The prologue ; The clerkes tale ; The pardoners tale ; The nonnes preestes tale (Dryden's version) ; The compleint of Chaucer to his empty purse ; The prioresses tale (Wordsworth's version) / Geoffrey Chaucer. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The Middle English period. Sir Gawain and the green knight. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The Middle English period. The popular ballads. The Twa sisters --
Lord Randal --
Edward --
Kemp Owyne --
The daemon lover --
Sir Patrick Spens --
The wife of Usher's Well --
Bonny Barbara Allan --
Robin Hood and Guy of Gisborne --
Lord Thomas and fair Annet --
The hunting of the Cheviot --
Get up and bar the door. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The Middle English period. Medieval drama. The second shepherd's play --
Everyman. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of the Renaissance. from The shepheardes calendar. The oak and the briar from February / Edmund Spenser. --
from The faerie queen. A letter of the authors ; Book I, Cantos I and II. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of Renaissance. Epithalamion ; Prothalamion / Edmund Spenser. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of the Renaissance. Elizabethan lyrics. Back and side go bare / Anonymous --
Apelles' song / John Lyly --
Love is dead / Sir Philip Sidney --
My mind to me a kingdom is / Sir Edward Dyer --
Sweet are the thoughts / Robert Greene --
Rosalind's madrigal / Thomas Lodge --
The passionate shepherd to his love / Christopher Marlowe --
The nymph's reply to the shepherd ; His pilgrimage ; The conclusion / Sir Walter Raleigh --
O sweet content / Thomas Dekker --
Agincourt / Michael Drayton --
Of Corinna's singing ; When thou must home ; The man of life upright ; Come, cheerful day ; Cherry-ripe ; Now winter nights enlarge / Thomas Campion --
Songs from the plays. When icicles hang by the wall ; Who is Sylvia? What is she ; Over hill, over dale ; Tell me where is fancy bred ; Under the greenwood tree ; Blow, blow, thou winter wind ; It was a lover and his lass ; O mistress mine, where are you roaming ; Come away, come away, death ; Take, o, take those lips away ; Come, thou monarch of the vine ; Hark! hark! the lark at heaven's gate sings ; Fear no more the heat o' the sun ; Come unto these yellow sands ; Full fathom five thy father lies ; Where the bee sucks, there suck I / William Shakespeare --
Even such is man ; On the tombs in Westminster Abbey / Francis Beaumont --
Sweetest melancholy ; Care-charming sleep / John Fletcher --
Hymn to Diana ; Song to Celia ; Song : women are but men's shadows ; Song : from Epicoene ; The triumph of Charis ; To the memory of my beloved, Master William Shakespeare / Ben Jonson --
Song ; The indifferent ; The good-morrow ; The canonization ; Love's deity ; A valediction forbidding mourning ; The will ; Song ; Death ; The funeral ; A hymn to God the Father / John Donne. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of the Renaissance. Elizabethan sonnets. From Astrophel and Stella. Loving in truth, and fain in verse my love to show ; With how sad steps, o moon, thou climb'st the skies ; Come, sleep! O sleep, the certain knot of peace ; Having this day my horse, my hand, my launce / Sir Philip Sidney --
From Amoretti. When I behold that beauties wonderment / Edmund Spenser --
From Delia. Care-charmer sleep, son of the sable night / Samuel Daniel --
From Idea. Since there's no help, come let us kiss and part / Michael Drayton --
Sonnets. When I do count the clock that tells the time ; When I consider every thing that grows ; Shall I compare thee to a summer's day ; When, in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes ; When to the sessions of sweet silent thought ; Full many a glorious morning have I seen ; Not marble, nor the gilded monuments ; Like as the waves make toward the pebbled shore ; Tir'd with all these, for restful death I cry ; No longer mourn for me when I am dead ; That time of year thou mayst in me behold ; How like a winter hath my absence been ; Let me not to the marriage of true minds ; My mistress' eyes are nothing like the sun / William Shakespeare. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of the Renaissance. Elizabethan drama. The tragical history of Doctor Faustus / Christopher Marlowe --
Every man in his humor / Ben Jonson. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of the Renaissance. Elizabethan prose. Of their trades and manner of life in Utopia / Sir Thomas More --
from An apology for poetry / Sir Philip Sidney --
Of truth ; Of mariage and single life ; Of discourse ; Of youth and age ; Of studies / Sir Francis Bacon --
from The new Atlantis. Solomon's house --
The English Bible (King James' version) --
Ruth ; Psalms 19 and 23 ; Ecclesiastes 12 ; The prodigal son, Luke 15:11-32. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The age of Milton. L'allegro ; Il penseroso ; Comus : a mask ; Lycidas / John Milton --
Sonnets. On his having arrived at the age of twenty-three ; On his blindness ; On Shakespeare ; To Cyriack Skinner ; On the late massacre in Piedmont ; On his deceased wife / John Milton --
Paradise lost. Book I ; Book II --
from Areopagitica ; In defense of books / John Milton. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The age of Milton. Seventeenth century lyrics. Ask me no more where Jove bestows ; He that loves a rosy cheek / Thomas Carew --
Shall I, wasting in despair / George Wither --
Constancy ; Why so pale and wan, fond lover? / Sir John Suckling --
To Lucasta, on going to the wars ; To Althea, from prison / Richard Lovelace --
The argument of his book ; Upon the loss of his mistresses ; Corinna's going a-maying ; To the virgins, to make much of time ; To daffodils ; Night-piece, to Julia ; Upon Julia's clothes ; Sweet disorder ; How roses came red ; An ode for Ben Jonson ; Grace for a child ; To keep a true Lent / Robert Herrick --
Go, lovely rose! ; On a girdle / Edmund Waller --
The wish / Abraham Cowley --
Virtue ; The quip ; The pulley / George Herbert --
The retreat ; Peace ; The world / Henry Vaughan. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The age of Milton. Seventeenth century prose. A young gentleman of the university / John Earle --
from The Pilgrim's progress. Christian sets out ; The fight with Apollyon ; Christian and Faithful at Vanity Fair ; Giant despair at Doubting Castle ; The celestial city / John Bunyan --
from The diary / Samuel Pepys. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of classicism. The age of Dryden. Macflecknow, or, a satire upon the true-blue Prostestant poes, T.S. ; A song for St. Cecilia's Day, November 22, 1687 ; Alexander's feast, or, The power of music ; from An essay of dramatic poesy ; Lines printed under the engraved portrait of Milton / John Dryden. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of classicism. Restoration drama. All for love / John Dryden --
The beaux' stratagem / George Farquhar. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of classicism. The age of Pope. from Windsor Forest ; from An essay on criticism ; The rape of the lock ; from An essay on Man (Epistle I) ; The universal prayer / Alexander Pope. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of classicism. Minor eighteenth century poets. from The seasons ; from Winter ; Rule Britannia / James Thomson --
from Trivia, or, The art of walking the streets of London / John Gay --
Ode written in the beginning of the year 1746 ; Ode to evening ; A song from Shakespeare's Cymbeline / William Collins --
Ode on a distant prospect of Eton College ; Elegy written in a country church-yard ; The bard ; The fatal sisters / Thomas Gray --
The deserted village / Oliver Goldsmith --
from The village ; Book I / George Crabbe --
On the loss of the Royal George ; On the receipt of my mother's picture / William Cowper. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of classicism. Eighteenth century prose. from An essay upon projects ; from A journal of the plague year / Daniel Defoe --
On ladies' dress ; Westminster Abbey ; Sir Roger at church / Joseph Addison and Richard Steele --
A meditation upon a broom-stick ; from Gulliver's travels. A voyage to Lilliput / Jonathan Swift --
To the right honorable The Earl of Chesterfield / Samuel Johnson --
The character of Beau Tibbs / Oliver Goldsmith. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The period of classicism. Eighteenth century drama. The rivals / Richard Brinsley Sheridan. v. 1. Beowulf to Burns. The pre-Romantic period. from Poetical sketches. To spring ; How sweet I roam'd ; To the muses / William Blake --
from Songs of innocence. Introduction : The piper ; Infant joy ; The little black boy ; The lamb ; The divine image ; A cradle song ; The fly ; Holy Thursday ; On another's sorrow / William Blake --
from Songs of experience. A poison tree ; The chimney-sweeper ; The clod and the pebble ; The garden of love ; Holy Thursday ; The tiger ; Ah! Sunflower ; Nurse's song ; A little boy lost ; London ; The sick rose / William Blake --
from Auguries of innocence. The mental traveller ; Couplet ; From Milton ; To the Queen ; Loves' secret / William Blake --
Mary Morrison ; Green frow the rashes ; To a mouse ; Auld lang syne ; Of a' the airts ; John Anderson my Jo ; Willie brew'd a peck of maut ; Sweet Afton ; Ye flowery banks ; Ae fond kiss ; Highland Mary ; Scots, wha hae ; A red, red, rose ; Is there for honest poverty ; O wert thou in the cauld blast ; The cotter's Saturday night ; Tam o'Shanter ; Epistle to J. Lapraik ; Address to the deil ; The Holy Fair; Address to the unco guid, or, The rigidly righteous ; To a louse ; The jolly beggars / Robert Burns. v. 2. The period of Romanticism. William Wordsworth. from The preface to lyrical ballads ; from The prelude : childhood and school-time ; from The prelude : school-time (continued) --
from The prelude : summer vacation ; Expostulation and reply ; The tables turned ; Lines composed a few miles above Tintern Abbey, on re-visiting the banks of the Wye during a tour ; Lucy Gray, or, Solitude ; I travelled among unknown men ; A slumber did my spirit seal ; The solitary reaper ; I wandered lonely as a cloud ; She was a phantom of delight ; At the grave of Burns ; To a skylark ; To the cuckoo ; My heart leaps up ; Michael ; Resolution and independence ; Character of the happy warrior ; Laodamia ; London, 1802 ; Composed upon Westminster Bridge, September 3, 1802 ; To Toussaint L'Ouverture ; It is a beauteous evening ; Scorn not the sonnet ; It is not to be thougth of ; Nuns fret not ; The world is too much with us ; Written in March ; Ode to duty ; Ode : intimations of immortality from recollections of early childhood ; Ode : composed upon an evening of extraordinary splendour and beauty / William Wordsworth. v. 2. The period of Romanticism. Samuel Taylor Coleridge. from Biographia literaria ; To a young ass ; To the Reverend W.L. Bowles ; Religious musings : a desultory poem, written on Christmas Eve, 1794 ; The Eolian harp ; This lime-tree bower my prison ; Lewti ; The ballad of the dark ladié ; Kubla Khan, or, A vision in a dream ; The rime of the ancient mariner ; Christabel ; Fears in solitude ; France : an ode ; Frost at midnight ; Dejection : an ode ; Hymn before sun-rise, in the vale of Chamouni ; Youth and age ; Work without hope / Samuel Taylor Coleridge. v. 2. The period of Romanticism. Lord Byron. Maid of Athens, ere we part ; She walks in beauty ; Stanzas for music : "There be none of beauty's daughters" ; The destruction of Sennacherib ; Sonnet on Chillon ; Prisoner of Chillon ; from Childe Harold's pilgrimage : Canto III ; The vision of judgment ; from Don Juan : Canto II ; From Don Juan : Canto III ; To Thomas Moore : what are you doing now? ; To Thomas Moore : my boat is on the shore ; Oh! Snatch'd away in beauty's bloom ; Epigram on my wedding-day ; On my thirty-third birthday ; Endorsement to the deed of separation ; So, we'll go no more a-roving ; On my wedding-day ; Epitaph for William Pitt ; Epigram : the world is a bundle of hay ; Stanzas ; Epigram : in digging up your bones, Tom Paine ; To Mr. Murray : Strahan, Tonson, Lintot of the times ; To Mr. Murray : for Oxford and for Waldegrave ; John Keats ; On this day I complete my thirty-sixth year / Lord Byron. v. 2. The period of Romanticism. Percy Bysshe Shelley. Adonais ; Mont Blanc ; Hymn to intellectual beauty ; Ode to the west wind ; The Indian serenade ; To a skylark ; The cloud ; Death ; The world's wanderers ; Alastor, or, The spirit of solitude ; Song to the men of England ; Song ; Stanzas written in dejection near Naples ; Remembrance ; A lament ; With a guitar, to Jane ; To night ; Love's philosophy ; To--
; Good-night ; Lines ; Mutability ; Mutability ; To--
; Time long past ; Autumn ; To Jane ; Time ; Hymn of Pan ; To the Nile ; To Wordsworth ; Ozymandias ; Political greatness ; Painted veil / Percy Bysshe Shelley. v. 2. The period of Romanticism. John Keats. Sleep and poetry ; On first looking into Chapman's Homer ; Keen, fitful gusts are whisp'ring here and there ; How many bards gild the lapses of time ; To solitude ; Addressed to Haydon ; To one who has been long in city pent ; On the grasshopper and cricket ; To Leigh Hunt, Esq. ; After dark vapors have oppress'd our plains ; Written at the end of "The floure and the lefe" ; On seeing the Elgin marbles ; When I have fears that I may cease to be ; To the Nile ; To Homer ; To sleep ; On the sonnet ; Two sonnets on fame ; Bright star : would I were steadfast as thou art ; La belle dame sans merci ; The eve of St. Agnes ; The eve of St. Mark ; Lamia ; Robin Hood ; Birds of passion and of mirth ; Lines on the Mermaid Tavern ; Ode to a nightingale ; Ode on a Grecian urn ; Ode on melancholy ; Ode to Psyche ; To autumn / John Keats. v. 2. The period of Romanticism. A group of minor romantic poets. My days among the dead are past ; The cataract of Lodore / Robert Southey --
Ye mariners of England ; The exile of Erin ; Hohenlinden ; Lord Ullin's daughter / Thomas Campbell --
The lake of the dismal swamp ; The harp that once through Tara's halls ; She is far from the land ; 'Tis the last rose of summer ; Oft, in the stilly night / Thomas Moore --
Abou Ben Adhem ; Rondeau / Leigh Hunt --
The song of the shirt ; Fair Ines ; The death-bed ; The bridge of sighs / Thomas Hood --
Sonnet IX : Long time a child ; Sonnet XI : How long I sailed ; Sonnet XXII : Youth, thou art fled ; Sonnet XXIII : I thank my God / Hartley Coleridge --
Dirge ; Song ; Dream-pedlary / Thomas Lovell Beddoes --
Rose Aylmer ; Yes : I write verses ; To Robert Browning ; To youth ; To age ; On his seventy-fifth birthday ; To my ninth decade / Walter Savage Landor. v. 2. The period of Romanticism. Romantic prose : the essay. Dream children : a reverie ; Poor relations / Charles Lamb --
On going a-journey / William Hazlitt --
from The Poetry of Pope : literature of knowledge and literature of power / Thomas De Quincey. v. 2. The Victorian period. Robert Browning. Soliloquy of the Spanish cloister ; The lost leader ; The laboratory ; My last duchess ; Count Gismond ; Meeting at night ; Parting at morning ; The bishop orders his tomb at Saint Praxed's Church ; Summum bonum ; Home thoughts from abroad ; Home thoughts from the sea ; Saul ; Memorabilia ; Fra Lippo Lippi ; The statue and the bust ; Abt Vogler ; A grammarian's funeral ; Andrea Del Sarto ; Love among the ruins ; Prospice ; Apparent failure ; Childe Roland to the dark tower came ; The last ride together ; My star ; Rabbi Ben Ezra ; Caliban upon Setebos ; Epilogue to Asolando / Robert Browning. v. 2. The Victorian period. Alfred Lord Tennyson. The poet ; The lady of Shalott ; The lotos-eaters ; Ulysses ; Oenone ; A dream of fair women ; Saint Agnes' Eve ; Morte D' Arthur ; You ask me, why, though ill at ease ; The charge of the Light Brigade ; Merlin and the gleam ; Locksley Hall ; By an evolutionist ; Milton ; Break, break, break ; from The Princess : the splendour falls ; from the Princess : tears, idle tears ; from the Princess : home they brought her warrior dead ; Flowers in the crannied wall ; The higher pantheism ; Maud : a monodrama ; from In memoriam A.H.H. ; The brook ; Crossing the bar / Alfred Lord Tennyson. v. 2. The Victorian period. Matthew Arnold. The forsaken merman ; Shakespeare ; Self-dependence ; Philomela ; Requiescat ; The buried life ; Rugby Chapel ; Dover Beach ; The last word ; The scholar-gypsy ; Sohrab and Rustum ; Literature and science / Matthew Arnold. v. 2. The Victorian period. A group of minor Victorian poets. The cry of the children ; Sonnets from the Portuguese ; A musical instrument / Elizabeth Barrett Browning --
The garden of Proserpine ; A forsaken garden ; Before dawn ; A match ; A child's laughter / Algernon Charles Swinburne --
The blessed damozel ; Sister Helen / Dante Gabriel Rossetti --
The Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam / Edward Fitzgerald. v. 2. The Victorian period. The Victorian essay. from Sartor resartus : the everlasting yea ; from Past and present : labour / Thomas Carlyle --
from The idea of a university : liberal knowledge its own end / John Henry Newman ; On the advisableness of improving natural knowledge / Thomas Henry Huxley --
from Seven lamps of architecture : the lamp of memory / John Ruskin --
from Virginibus puerisque : an apology for idlers / Robert Louis Stevenson. v. 2. The Victorian period. Late nineteenth century writers. from The dynasts / Thomas Hardy --
A ballad of East and West ; Fuzzy-wuzzy ; Gunga Din ; Mandalay ; L'envoi ; Recessional / Rudyard Kipling. v. 2. The Victorian period. English drama of the nineteenth century. The second Mrs. Tanqueray / Sir Arthur Wing Pinero. v. 2. American literature. Benjamin Franklin. The way to wealth ; The whistle ; The ephemera : an emblem of human life / Benjamin Franklin. v. 2. American literature. The romantic impulse. Washington Irving. from The sketch-book : English writers on America ; from Bracebridge Hall : the stout gentleman / Washington Irving. v. 2. American literature. The romantic impulse. James Fenimore Cooper. from The deerslayer : Deerslayer kills his first Indian ; from Pioneers : nature's sportsman ; from the Pioneers : civilization fetters the primitive ; from The American democrat : an aristocrat and a democrat / James Fenimore Cooper. v. 2. American literature. The romantic impulse. William Cullen Bryant. Thanatopsis ; Inscription for the entrance to a wood ; To a waterfowl ; Oh, fairest of the rural maids ; I broke the spell that held me long ; A forest hymn ; The death of the flowers ; The past ; To the fringed gentian ; The prairies ; The battle-field ; The antiquity of freedom ; The poet / William Cullen Bryant. v. 2. American literature. The romantic impulse. Edgar Allan Poe. A dream within a dream ; Sonnet : to science ; To Helen ; Israfel ; The city in the sea ; The sleeper ; The Coliseum ; To one in paradise ; The haunted palace ; The conqueror worm ; The raven ; Ulalume ; Eldorado ; To my mother ; Annabel Lee ; The black cat ; The purloined letter ; The poetic principle / Edgar Allan Poe. v. 2. American literature. The romantic impulse. Nathaniel Hawthorne. The old manse ; The gray champion / Nathaniel Hawthorne. v. 2. American literature. New England transcendentalism. Ralph Waldo Emerson. Good-bye ; Thought ; The rhodora ; Each and all ; Concord hymn ; The apology ; The humble-bee ; Uriel ; The problem ; Woodnotes ; The snowstorm ; Forbearance ; Threnody ; Ode inscribed to W.H. Channing ; Hamatreya ; The world-soul ; Give all to love ; Days ; Brahma ; Terminus ; The American scholar ; Self-reliance / Ralph Waldo Emerson. v. 2. American literature. New England transcendentalism. Henry D. Thoreau. The landlord ; Civil disobedience ; from Walden, or, Life in the woods where I lived, and what I lived for / Henry D. Thoreau. v. 2. American literature. New England transcendentalism. John Greenleaf Whittier. Proem ; Massachusetts to Virginia ; Dedication to songs of labor ; The shoemakers ; Ichabod ; Burns ; The barefoot boy ; Skipper Ireson's ride ; Telling the bees ; The waiting ; Laus deo! ; The eternal goodness ; Snow-bound ; In school days / John Greenleaf Whittier. v. 2. American literature. New England transcendentalism. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. A psalm of life ; Hymn to the night ; The wreck of the Hesperus ; The skeleton in armor ; Serenade ; The rainy day ; Mezzo cammin ; The arsenal at Springfield ; Seaweed ; The building of the ship ; from The song of Hiawatha : Hiawatha's wooing ; My lost youth ; The children's hour ; Divina commedia ; Chaucer ; Shakespeare ; Milton ; Nature ; The cross of snow ; The tide rises, the tide falls ; The bells of San Blas / Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. v. 2. American literature. New England transcendentalism. James Russell Lowell. Rhoecus ; To the dandelion ; The vision of Sir Launfal ; from The Biglow papers, first series : a letter ; from A fable for critics : Emerson, Bryant, Poe, Lowell ; from the Biglow papers, second series : the courtin' ; Ode recited at the Harvard commemoration ; Democracy / James Russell Lowell. v. 2. American literature. New England transcendentalism. Oliver Wendell Holmes. Old Ironsides ; The ballad of the oysterman ; My aunt ; The last leaf ; The chambered nautilus ; The deacon's masterpiece ; Contentment ; The boys ; A Sunday hymn ; Dorothy Q. : a family portrait ; from The autocrat of the breakfast table / Oliver Wendell Holmes. v. 2. American literature. New England transcendentalism. Herman Melville. from Moby Dick : or the whale / Herman Melville. v. 2. American literature. New England transcendentalism. Walt Whitman. Song of myself ; There was a child went forth ; Crossing Brooklyn ferry ; Song of the open road ; Out of the cradle endlessly rocking ; I saw in Louisiana a live-oak growing ; I hear it was charged against me ; I hear America singing ; Pioneers! O pioneers! ; When I heard the learn'd astronomer ; Come up from the fields father ; Cavalry crossing a ford ; As toilsome I wander'd Virginia's woods ; When lilacs last in the dooryard bloom'd ; O captain! My captain! ; Passage to India ; The mystic trumpeter ; To a locomotive in winter ; Spirit that form'd this scene ; Democratic vistas / Walt Whitman. v. 2. American literature. Toward realism. Mark Twain. The celebrated jumping frog of Calaveras County ; from Life on the Mississippi : a boyhood ambition / Mark Twain. v. 2. American literature. Toward realism. William Dean Howells. from Criticism and fiction : a plea for realism ; The American novel and decency ; from The rise of Silas Lapham : the Coreys entertain the Laphams at dinner / William Dean Howells. v. 2. American literature. Toward realism. Henry James. An international episode / Henry James. v. 2. American literature. Toward realism. Sidney Lanier. Thar's more in the man than thar is in the land ; The symphony ; Song of the Chattahoochee ; The stirrup-cup ; The revenge of Hamish ; The marshes of Glynn ; A ballad of trees and the master / Sidney Lanier. v. 2. American literature. Toward realism. Emily Dickinson. How happy is the little stone ; The bustle in a house ; He preached upon "breadth" ; There is no frigate like a book ; I never saw a moor ; Much madness is divinest sense ; Heart we will forget him ; It's such a little thing to weep ; I like to see it lap the miles / Emily Dickinson. v. 2. American literature. Toward realism. Henry Adams. from The education of Henry Adams : the dynamo and the virgin / Henry Adams. v. 2. American literature. The American drama. The emperor Jones / Eugene O'Neill.
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