Anglo-French Literary Relations

Edited by C. J. Rawson

Yearbook of English Studies 15

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1985  •  376pp

ISBN: 0-900547-97-9 (paperback)

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Contents:

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Editorial Note
C. J. Rawson
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1-17
Anecdota Anglo-Normannica
Tony Hunt
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18-32
The French Lyric Element in 'Troilus and Criseyde'
James I. Wimsatt
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33-47
George Buchanan and European Humanism
I. D. McFarlane
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48-63
A Meaning for Mock-Heroic
Michael Edwards
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64-79
Primitivism and Enlightenment: Rousseau and the Scots
Peter France
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80-92
The Ancient Mariner's Graphic Voyage through Mimesis and Metaphor
Renée Riese Hubert
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93-108
Aspects of the Intellectual Context of Pater's 'Imaginary Portraits'
John Coates
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109-124
Edith Wharton's Use of France
Alan W. Bellringer
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125-159
Escape and Aftermath: Gide in Cambridge 1918
D. A. Steel
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160-178
'Alterable Noons': The 'poèmes élastiques' of Blaise Cendrars and Frank O'Hara
Marjorie Perloff
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179-200
Georges Perec's Homage to Joyce (And Tradition)
Gabriel Josipovici
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201-226
A Bridge of Sorts: The Translation of Quebec Literature into English
Kathy Mezei
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227-238
The Caribbean Connexion in Canadian Literature
Ronald Sutherland
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239-252
Review Article: Canadian Poetry: The Emergent Tradition
George Woodcock
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253-254
Review of Richard Teleky, The Oxford Book of French-Canadian Short Stories
Kathy Mezei
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254-255
Review of Annie M. Brewer, Marie Browne, Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, and Other Word-Related Books
Peter Larkin
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255-256
Review of Daniel F. McGrath, Bookman's Price Index: A Guide to the Values of Rare and Other Out-of-Print Books. Volume XXII
R. A. Gekoski
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256-258
Review of Ronald Carter, Deirdre Burton, Literary Text and Language Study
Roger Fowler
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258-259
Review of Barry M. Kroll, Roberta J. Vann, Exploring Speaking-Writing Relationships: Connections and Contrasts
Helmut Bonheim
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259-261
Review of David W. Maurer, Alan W. Futrell, Charles B. Wordell, Language of the Underworld
Barbara M. H. Strang
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261-262
Review of Geoffrey N. Leech, Michael H. Short, Style in Fiction: A Linguistic Introduction to English Fictional Prose
Helmut Bonheim
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262-263
Review of Charles O. Hartman, Free Verse: An Essay on Prosody
Helen M. Dennis
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263-264
Review of Alvin B. Kernan, The Imaginary Library: An Essay on Literature and Society
Judie Newman
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265-266
Review of L. C. Knights, Selected Essays in Criticism
Catherine Belsey
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267-268
Review of Jonas Barish, The Antitheatrical Prejudice
John Stokes
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268-269
Review of Ashley Crandell Amos, Linguistic Means of Determining the Dates of Old English Literary Texts
Jane Roberts
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269-271
Review of Daniel G. Calder, Cynewulf
Ralph W. V. Elliott
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271-272
Review of Glynne Wickham, Early English Stages 1300 to 1600. Volume III. Plays and Their Makers to 1576
Lois Potter
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272-273
Review of Ian Bishop, Chaucer's 'Troilus and Criseyde': A Critical Study
Gerald Morgan
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273-274
Review of William E. Sheidley, Barnabe Googe
J. M. Kennedy
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274-275
Review of Charles A. Hallett, Elaine S. Hallett, The Revenger's Madness: A Study of Revenge Tragedy Motifs
R. A. Foakes
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275-276
Review of Hallett Smith, The Tension of the Lyre: Poetry in Shakespeare's Sonnets
Kenneth Muir
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277
Review of Sidney Homan, When the Theater Turns to Itself: The Aesthetic Metaphor in Shakespeare
Roger Warren
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278-279
Review of Roland Mushat Frye, Shakespeare: The Art of the Dramatist
Kenneth Muir
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279-280
Review of John Alvis, Thomas G. West, Shakespeare as Political Thinker
Alvin Kernan
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280-282
Review of Paul Bertram, White Spaces in Shakespeare: The Development of the Modern Text
E. A. J. Honigmann
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282-284
Review of Brian Vickers, Shakespeare: The Critical Heritage. Volume VI. 1774-1801
G. Bullough
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284-285
Review of Donald J. McGinn, Thomas Nashe
E. D. Mackerness
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285-287
Review of Richard S. Peterson, Imitation and Praise in the Poems of Ben Jonson
Brian Gibbons
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287-288
Review of Don D. Moore, Webster: The Critical Heritage
R. W. Dent
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288-289
Review of Philip Edwards, Gerald Eades Bentley, Kathleen McLuskie, Lois Potter, The Revels History of Drama in English. Volume IV 1613-1660
Andrew Gurr
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289-290
Review of D. M. Rosenberg, Oaten Reeds and Trumpets: Pastoral and Epic in Virgil, Spenser, and Milton
Alan Rudrum, June Sturrock
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290-292
Review of Camille Wells Slights, The Casuistical Tradition in Shakespeare, Donne, Herbert, and Milton
Thomas N. Corns
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292-294
Review of James A. Freeman, Milton and the Martial Muse: 'Paradise Lost' and European Traditions of War
John M. Steadman
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294-295
Review of Peter Holland, William Wycherley, The Plays of William Wycherley: 'Love in a Wood', 'The Gentleman Dancing-Master', 'The Country Wife', 'The Plain-Dealer'
Harold Love
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295-296
Review of Eric Rothstein, The Routledge History of English Poetry. Volume III. Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Poetry 1660-1780
John Sitter
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297-298
Review of Le Mythe du héros
Pat Rogers
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298-300
Review of F. J. M. Korsten, Roger North (1651-1734) Virtuoso and Essayist: A Study of His Life and Ideas, Followed by an Annotated Edition of a Selection of His Unpublished Essays
Pat Rogers
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300
Review of Marie-Luise Spieckermann, William Wottons 'Reflections upon Ancient and Modern Learning' im Kontext der englischen 'Querelle des anciens et des modernes'
F. P. Lock
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301
Review of Frederick M. Keener, The Chain of Becoming: The Philosophical Tale, the Novel, and Neglected Realism of the Enlightenment: Swift, Montesquieu, Voltaire, Johnson, and Austen
Louise K. Barnett
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302-303
Review of George Watson, The Shorter New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature
C. J. Rawson
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303-304
Review of J. D. Hainsworth, David Garrick: Selected Verse
Pat Rogers
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305-306
Review of Richard Wendorf, William Collins and Eighteenth-Century English Poetry
A. J. Sambrook
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306-307
Review of Desmond King-Hele, Erasmus Darwin, The Letters of Erasmus Darwin
Clive Bush
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307-309
Review of James Anderson, Sir Walter Scott and History, with Other Papers
Peter Garside
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309
Review of A. D. Harvey, English Literature and the Great War with France: An Anthology and Commentary
Peter Marshall
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309-310
Review of T. A. J. Burnett, The Rise and Fall of a Regency Dandy: The Life and Times of Scrope Berdmore Davies
Andrew Nicholson
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310-312
Review of Miriam Allott, Essays on Shelley
P. M. S. Dawson
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312-313
Review of William Howard, John Clare
Patricia M. Ball
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313-314
Review of George Levine, The Realistic Imagination: English Fiction from 'Frankenstein' to 'Lady Chatterley'
Stephen Prickett
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314-315
Review of John Russell Stephens, The Censorship of English Drama 1824-1901
J. S. Bratton
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315-316
Review of Michael Davitt Bell, The Development of American Romance: The Sacrifice of Realism
Edward Wagenknecht
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316-317
Review of Thom Braun, Disraeli the Novelist
Malcolm Hardman
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317-318
Review of Michael Timko, Fred Kaplan, Edward Guiliano, Dickens Studies Annual: Essays on Victorian Fiction. Volume IX
Sheila M. Smith
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318-319
Review of Charlotte Brontë, Christine Alexander, Something about Arthur
Tom Winnifrith
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319-320
Review of Claude Gayet, The Intellectual Development of Henry David Thoreau
Robert E. Spiller
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320-321
Review of William Baker, The Libraries of George Eliot and George Henry Lewes
William Myers
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321-322
Review of Jay Fellows, Ruskin's Maze: Mastery and Madness in His Art
Malcolm Hardman
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322-323
Review of Allon White, The Uses of Obscurity: The Fiction of Early Modernism
Jeremy Lane
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323-325
Review of Thomas Hardy, Dale Kramer, The Woodlanders
Shelagh Hunter
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325-327
Review of William W. Stowe, Balzac, James, and the Realistic Novel
Alan W. Bellringer
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328
Review of Jean-Pierre Michaux, George Gissing: Critical Essays
Sheila M. Smith
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329
Review of G. B. Tennyson, Victorian Devotional Poetry: The Tractarian Mode
Tom Winnifrith
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330-331
Review of Bernard G. Krimm, W. B. Yeats and the Emergence of the Irish Free State 1918-1939: Living in the Explosion
Seamus Deane
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332-333
Review of Donald Pizer, Critical Essays on Theodore Dreiser
David Seed
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334-335
Review of Max Ribstein, G. K. Chesterton: Création romanesque et imagination (1874-1936)
Barbara Reynolds
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335-336
Review of Bernard Sellin, Kenneth Gunnell, The Life and Works of David Lindsay
Kathryn Hume
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336-341
Review of David Hayman, Ulysses: The Mechanics of Meaning; E. L. Epstein, A Starchamber Quiry: A James Joyce Centennial Volume 1882-1982; W. J. McCormack, Alistair Stead, James Joyce and Modern Literature
Vincent Mahon
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342-344
Review of Robert B. Partlow, Jr., D. H. Lawrence: The Man Who Lived; Philip Hobsbaum, A Reader's Guide to D. H. Lawrence
Michael Bell
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344-347
Review of John T. Gage, In the Arresting Eye: The Rhetoric of Imagism
Marjorie Perloff
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347-349
Review of Ian F. A. Bell, Critic as a Scientist: The Modernist Poetics of Ezra Pound
Peter Makin
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349-351
Review of Forrest Read, '76: One World and 'The Cantos' of Ezra Pound
Peter Makin
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351-352
Review of Victoria Glendinning, Edith Sitwell: A Unicorn among Lions
Valerie Shaw
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352-353
Review of Thomas Daniel Young, The Past in the Present: A Thematic Study of Modern Southern Fiction
J. A. Leo Lemay
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353-354
Review of Richard Layman, Shadow Man: The Life of Dashiell Hammett
John S. Whitley
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354-355
Review of Jeffrey Meyers, Hemingway: The Critical Heritage
David Seed
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355-356
Review of William Bedford Clark, Critical Essays on Robert Penn Warren
Richard Gray
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356-357
Review of Don Byrd, Charles Olson's Maximus
Helen M. Dennis
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358-359
Review of J. P. Ward, Raymond Williams
Michael Wilding
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359-360
Review of Iska Alter, The Good Man's Dilemma: Social Criticism in the Fiction of Bernard Malamud
Jay L. Halio
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360-362
Review of Philip Stevick, Alternative Pleasures: Postrealist Fiction and the Tradition
Paul Lawley
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362-364
Review of John Drakakis, British Radio Drama; George W. Brandt, British Television Drama
Peter Davison
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364-366
Review of Cary Nelson, Our Last First Poets: Vision and History in Contemporary American Poetry; Vereen M. Bell, Robert Lowell: Nihilist as Hero
Roger Pooley
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Rawson, C. J. (ed.), Anglo-French Literary Relations (= Yearbook of English Studies, 15.1 (1985))

First footnote reference: 35 Anglo-French Literary Relations, ed. by C. J. Rawson (= Yearbook of English Studies, 15.1 (1985)), p. 21.

Subsequent footnote reference: 37 Rawson, p. 47.

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Rawson, C. J. (ed.). 1985. Anglo-French Literary Relations (= Yearbook of English Studies, 15.1)

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