Literature and Its Audience, II

Edited by G. K. Hunter and C. J. Rawson

Yearbook of English Studies 11

Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1981  •  376pp

ISBN: 0-900547-74-X (paperback)

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Contents:

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Editorial Note
G. K. Hunter, C. J. Rawson
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1-28
Literature and Its Audience: The Audience as Co-Creator of the First Chivalric Romances
R. W. Hanning
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29-48
'Appearances of Truth': The Literature of Crime as a Narrative System (1660-1841)
Maximillian E. Novak
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49-66
Arthur Mainwaring as Reader of Swift's 'Examiner'
Frank H. Ellis
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67-86
The Treatment of Scott in Reviews of the English Romantics
J. H. Alexander
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87-101
The View from Brick Lane: Contrasting Perspectives in Working-Class and Middle-Class Fiction of the Early Victorian Period
Louis James
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102-116
The Irish Writer and His Public in the Nineteenth Century
J. C. Beckett
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117-126
In Search of an Audience: Notes on the Progress of Irish Literature, 1891-1941
George O'Brien
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127-142
English Ethiopians: British Audiences and Black-Face Acts, 1835-1865
J. S. Bratton
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143-160
Aspects of Bernhardt
John Stokes
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161-177
The Living Voice in the Thirties: Yeats, Eliot, Auden
Lucy McDiarmid
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178-187
The Origins of Abraham's Preamble in the York Play of 'Abraham and Isaac'
Richard Beadle
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188-193
Elizabethan Satire and the Bishops' Ban of 1599
Richard A. McCabe
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194-202
The Myth of the Countess of Pembroke: The Dramatic Circle
M. E. Lamb
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203-209
Meredith, Sutro, Forbes-Robertson, and the Dramatic Version of 'The Egoist'
Lewis Sawin
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210-218
'William Wetmore Story and His Friends': Henry James's Portrait of Robert Browning
Karen L. Wadman
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219-220
Review of Daniel F. McGrath, Bookman's Price Index: A Guide to the Values of Rare and Other Out-of-Print Books. Volume 16
R. A. Gekoski
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220-221
Review of Paul E. Szarmach, Bernard F. Huppé, The Old English Homily and Its Backgrounds
D. G. Scragg
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221-223
Review of Barbara C. Raw, The Art and Background of Old English Poetry
Pamela Gradon
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223-224
Review of Malcolm Andrew, Ronald Waldron, The Poems of the Pearl Manuscript: 'Pearl', 'Cleanness', 'Patience', 'Sir Gawain and the Green Knight'
J. A. Burrow
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224-226
Review of William Langland, A. V. C. Schmidt, The Vision of Piers Plowman. A Critical Edition of the B-Text Based on Trinity College Cambridge MS B.15.17
David C. Fowler
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227-228
Review of W. A. Davenport, The Art of the Gawain-Poet
P. M. Kean
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228
Review of Beverly Boyd, Chaucer According to William Caxton: Minor Poems and Boece, 1478
N. F. Blake
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229
Review of Daniel Javitch, Poetry and Courtliness in Renaissance England
Stephen J. Greenblatt
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230-231
Review of Judith P. Jones, Thomas More
J. B. Trapp
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231-232
Review of Jack D'Amico, Petrarch in England: An Anthology of Parallel Texts from Wyatt to Milton
Thomas M. Greene
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232-233
Review of Patrick Grant, Images and Ideas in the Literature of the English Renaissance
Roland Mushat Frye
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233-235
Review of Klaus Peter Jochum, Discrepant Awareness: Studies in English Renaissance Drama
E. A. J. Honigmann
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235-236
Review of G. R. Hibbard, The Elizabethan Theatre VI
Philip Finkelpearl
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237-238
Review of Michael Shapiro, Children of the Revels: The Boy Companies of Shakespeare's Time and Their Plays
R. W. Ingram
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238-239
Review of Richard David, Shakespeare in the Theatre
Peter Thomson
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239-241
Review of William Shakespeare, Harold F. Brooks, A Midsummer Night's Dream
Alexander Leggatt
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241-242
Review of Brian Vickers, Shakespeare: The Critical Heritage. Volume 5. (1765-1774)
G. Bullough
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243
Review of Christopher Marlowe, N. W. Bawcutt, The Jew of Malta
T. W. Craik
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244-245
Review of Alvin Kernan, Two Renaissance Mythmakers: Christopher Marlowe and Ben Jonson
Philip Edwards
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245-247
Review of Colin Gibson, Philip Massinger, The Selected Plays of Philip Massinger: 'The Duke of Milan', 'The Roman Actor', 'A New Way to Pay Old Debts', 'The City Madam'; George Parfitt, Cyril Tourneur, The Plays of Cyril Tourneur: 'The Revenger's Tragedy', 'The Atheist's Tragedy'
Peter Hollindale
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247-249
Review of John Marston, W. Reavley Gair, Antonio's Revenge
M. L. Wine
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249-250
Review of John Marston, David A. Blostein, Parasitaster or the Fawn
Gerald Smith
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250-251
Review of Frank S. Kastor, Giles and Phineas Fletcher
Joan Grundy
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251-252
Review of Anthony Low, Love's Architecture: Devotional Modes in Seventeenth-Century English Poetry
Alan Rudrum
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253
Review of R. D. Bedford, The Defence of Truth: Herbert of Cherbury and the Seventeenth Century
R. L. Brett
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253-255
Review of Roger B. Rollin, J. Max Patrick, 'Trust to Good Verses': Herrick Tercentenary Essays
Paulina Palmer
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255-256
Review of Joseph Anthony Wittreich, Jr., Visionary Poetics: Milton's Tradition and His Legacy
Gordon Campbell
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256-257
Review of Mary Ann Radzinowicz, Toward 'Samson Agonistes': The Growth of Milton's Mind
Gordon Campbell
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257-258
Review of Charles L. Squier, Sir John Suckling
John Buxton
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258-260
Review of Karl Friedenreich, Tercentenary Essays in Honor of Andrew Marvell; John Dixon Hunt, Andrew Marvell: His Life and Writings
George DeForest Lord
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260-262
Review of W. K. Thomas, The Crafting of 'Absalom and Achitophel': Dryden's 'Pen for a Party'
David Hopkins
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262-263
Review of Steven John van der Weele, The Critical Reputation of Restoration Comedy in Modern Times up to 1950
Arthur H. Scouten
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263-266
Review of Cecelia Tichi, New World, New Earth: Environmental Reform in American Literature from the Puritans through Whitman
Clive Bush
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266-267
Review of Sacvan Bercovitch, The American Jeremiad
Roger Pooley
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267-268
Review of Roger Thompson, Unfit for Modest Ears: A Study of Pornography, Obscene and Bawdy Works Written or Published in England in the Second Half of the Seventeenth Century
Ken Robinson
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268-270
Review of Jerry C. Beasley, English Fiction, 1660-1800: A Guide to Information Sources
C. J. Rawson
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270
Review of Jean Ducrocq, Suzy Halimi, Maurice Lévy, Roman et société en Angleterre au XVIIIe siècle
Joanna C. Dales
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271
Review of Robert C. Steensma, Dr John Arbuthnot
C. J. Rawson
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271-272
Review of Jonathan Swift, Hermann Josef Real, The Battle of the Books. Eine historisch-kritische Ausgabe mit literarhistorischer Einleitung und Kommentar
F. P. Lock
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272-273
Review of L. J. Morrissey, Gulliver's Progress
Pierre Danchin
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274-275
Review of Aubrey L. Williams, An Approach to Congreve
Kenneth Muir
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275-276
Review of George S. Fraser, Alexander Pope
W. B. Carnochan
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276-278
Review of John M. Aden, Pope's Once and Future Kings: Satire and Politics in the Early Career
David Fairer
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278-279
Review of Dustin H. Griffin, Alexander Pope: The Poet in the Poems
Pat Rogers
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279-280
Review of Gerald Levin, Richardson the Novelist: The Psychological Patterns
Joanna C. Dales
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280-281
Review of Martha Banta, Failure and Success in America: A Literary Debate
Daniel Aaron
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281-283
Review of Samuel Johnson, Jean Hagstrum, James Gray, Sermons
M. C. Battestin
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283-284
Review of Robert Folkenflik, Samuel Johnson, Biographer
William C. Dowling
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284-285
Review of Richard B. Schwartz, Boswell's Johnson: A Preface to the 'Life'
Robert Folkenflik
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285-286
Review of R. T. Davies, B. G. Beatty, Literature of the Romantic Period 1750-1850
J. R. Strugnell
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286-287
Review of Brian Hepworth, Robert Lowth
Frederick M. Keener
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287-288
Review of Wilmarth S. Lewis, Rescuing Horace Walpole
Roger Lonsdale
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288-290
Review of T. Bareham, S. Gatrell, A Bibliography of George Crabbe
A. J. Sambrook
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290-293
Review of Wallace Jackson, The Probable and the Marvelous: Blake, Wordsworth, and the Eighteenth-Century Critical Tradition; Leslie Brisman, Romantic Origins
Stuart M. Tave
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293-294
Review of Coral Ann Howells, Love, Mystery, and Misery: Feeling in Gothic Fiction
Rosemary Jackson
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294-296
Review of Derek Roper, Reviewing before the 'Edinburgh': 1788-1802
J. H. Alexander
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296-298
Review of J. H. Alexander, Two Studies in Romantic Reviewing
Derek Roper
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298-300
Review of N. S. Bauer, William Wordsworth: A Reference Guide to British Criticism, 1793-1899
Patricia M. Ball
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300-302
Review of Michael H. Friedman, The Making of a Tory Humanist: William Wordsworth and the Idea of Community
W. J. B. Owen
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302-303
Review of John Spencer Hill, Imagination in Coleridge
George Dekker
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303-304
Review of David Pym, The Religious Thought of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Stephen Prickett
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304-305
Review of Robert A. Hartley, Keats, Shelley, Byron, Hunt and Their Circles. A Bibliography: July 1, 1962-December 31, 1974
J. Drummond Bone
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305-306
Review of H. O. Dendurent, Thomas De Quincey: A Reference Guide
Stuart M. Tave
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306-307
Review of Rolf P. Lessenich, Lord Byron and the Nature of Man
Ian Scott-Kilvert
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307-308
Review of Stephen Railton, Fenimore Cooper: A Study of His Life and Imagination
George Dekker
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309-310
Review of Geoffrey Tillotson, A View of Victorian Literature
Angus Easson
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310-312
Review of George H. Ford, Victorian Fiction: A Second Guide to Research
Sylvère Monod
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312-313
Review of Pierre Coustillas, Jean-Pierre Petit, Jean Raimond, Le Roman anglais au XIXe siècle
Tom Winnifrith
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313-315
Review of Jo McMurtry, Victorian Life and Victorian Fiction: A Companion for the American Reader; Cynthia A. Linder, Romantic Imagery in the Novels of Charlotte Brontë
Rosalind Miles
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315
Review of Jean E. Kennard, Victims of Convention
Tom Winnifrith
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316
Review of Nina Baym, Woman's Fiction: A Guide to Novels by and about Women in America 1820-1870
Rosemary Jackson
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316-317
Review of Margaret Cruikshank, Thomas Babington Macaulay
Susan Shatto
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317-318
Review of John Cronin, Gerald Griffin (1803-1840): A Critical Biography
George O'Brien
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318
Review of William J. Scheick, The Slender Human Word: Emerson's Artistry in Prose
Edward Wagenknecht
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318-319
Review of Angus Easson, Elizabeth Gaskell
Tom Winnifrith
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320-321
Review of William S. Peterson, Browning Institute Studies. Volume 6
Herbert Rosengarten
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321-322
Review of Charles Dickens, Harvey Peter Sucksmith, Little Dorrit
K. J. Fielding
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322-324
Review of Robert Tracy, Trollope's Later Novels; Juliet McMaster, Trollope's Palliser Novels: Theme and Pattern
Valerie Shaw
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324-325
Review of Alan Minz, George Eliot and the Novel of Vocation
William Myers
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326
Review of Patrick Conner, Savage Ruskin
Patricia M. Ball
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326-328
Review of Faith Pullin, New Perspectives on Melville
Hennig Cohen
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328-329
Review of Gail Cunningham, The New Woman and the Victorian Novel
Rosalind Miles
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329-330
Review of Dennis Welland, Mark Twain in England
Hennig Cohen
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330-331
Review of Thomas Hardy, Richard Taylor, The Personal Notebooks of Thomas Hardy
J. L. Bradley
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331-334
Review of Joan Grundy, Hardy and the Sister Arts; Dale Kramer, Critical Approaches to the Fiction of Thomas Hardy
Shelagh Hunter
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334-335
Review of John Bayley, An Essay on Hardy
Sheila M. Smith
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335-336
Review of Lance St. John Butler, Thomas Hardy
Shelagh Hunter
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336-338
Review of Maqbool Aziz, Henry James, The Tales of Henry James. Volume 11. 1870-1874
Alan W. Bellringer
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339
Review of Kristin Pruitt McColgan, Henry James 1917-1959: A Reference Guide
Alan W. Bellringer
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339-340
Review of Pierre Coustillas, London and the Life of Literature in Late Victorian England: The Diary of George Gissing, Novelist
John Halperin
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341
Review of R. A. Gekoski, Conrad: The Moral World of the Novelist
Cedric Watts
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342-343
Review of K. P. S. Jochum, W. B. Yeats: A Classified Bibliography of Criticism: Including Additions to Allan Wade's 'Bibliography of the Writings of W. B. Yeats' and a Section on the Irish Literary and Dramatic Revival
Marjorie Perloff
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344-345
Review of Mary Catherine Flannery, Yeats and Magic: The Earlier Works
Phillip L. Marcus
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345-347
Review of G. W. Russell, Henry Summerfield, Selections from the Contributions to 'The Irish Homestead'
Phillip L. Marcus
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347-349
Review of Wendy Steiner, Exact Resemblance to Exact Resemblance: The Literary Portraiture of Gertrude Stein
Marjorie Perloff
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349-351
Review of Glen Cavaliero, A Reading of E. M. Forster; Shamsul Islam, Chronicles of the Raj: A Study of Literary Reaction to the Imperial Idea Towards the End of the Raj
John Colmer
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351-352
Review of Patricia McFate, The Writings of James Stephens: Variations on a Theme of Love
Richard Allen Cave
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352-353
Review of Ronald Ayling, Michael J. Durkan, Sean O'Casey: A Bibliography
Nicholas Grene
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353-354
Review of Jean O. Love, Virginia Woolf: Sources of Madness and Art
Valerie Shaw
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354-355
Review of Alastair Niven, D. H. Lawrence: The Novels
Harry T. Moore
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355-356
Review of William H. Nolte, Rock and Hawk: Robinson Jeffers and the Romantic Agony
Roger Pooley
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356
Review of Edward E. Waldron, Walter White and the Harlem Renaissance
Michel Fabre
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357-358
Review of Iain Colley, Dos Passos and the Fiction of Despair
David Seed
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358-359
Review of Cleanth Brooks, William Faulkner: Toward Yoknapatawpha and beyond
Richard Gray
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359-360
Review of Gilbert Meilaender, The Taste for the Other: The Social and Ethical Thought of C. S. Lewis
Barbara Reynolds
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360-361
Review of Paul Piazza, Christopher Isherwood: Myth and Anti-Myth
Alan Wilde
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361-364
Review of George F. Butterick, A Guide to the Maximus Poems of Charles Olson
Marjorie Perloff
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364
Review of Kari Sajavaara, Imagery in Lawrence Durrell's Prose
Mahmoud Manzalaoui
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365-366
Review of Bernard Duffey, Poetry in America: Expression and Its Values in the Times of Bryant, Whitman, and Pound; Gary Q. Arpin, The Poetry of John Berryman
Stephen Fender
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Hunter, G. K., and C. J. Rawson (eds), Literature and Its Audience, II (= Yearbook of English Studies, 11.1 (1981))

First footnote reference: 35 Literature and Its Audience, II, ed. by G. K. Hunter and C. J. Rawson (= Yearbook of English Studies, 11.1 (1981)), p. 21.

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