Modern Language Review 11.2

Modern Language Review 11.2

Cambridge University Press for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 April 1916  •  128pp

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Contents:

129-135
Isocrates and Euphuism. III.
T. K. Whipple
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136-148
The Authorship of "The Two Noble Kinsmen"
H. Dugdale Sykes
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149-155
The Source of Southerne's "The Fatal Marriage"
Montague Summers
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156-175
Schiller's "Robbers" in England
Margaret W. Cooke
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176-185
"Préciosité" after "Les Précieuses Ridicules." II
A. Tilley
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186-194
Influence of Walt Whitman on the Origin of the "Vers Libre"
Peter Jones
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195-204
Lettres Inédites de Gaetano Polidori et de Chateaubriand
Gaetano Polidori, Louis Brandin
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205-211
Concerning the Sonnet of the Sonnet
L. E. Kastner
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212-215
Miscellaneous Notes: Some Emendations in Old English Texts. I. The Old English "Edergong"
Henry Bradley
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215
A Passage in "Salomon and Saturn"
Alfred J. Wyatt
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215-216
Two Passages in Bale's "John, King of England." Act I, ll. 450-8
Montague Summers
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217
A Crashaw and Shelley Parallel
Laura Martin
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218-219
The Method of Formation of Old English Place-Names in "-haeme," "-saetan," "-tūningas"
G. H. Wheeler
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219-221
Quelques Exemples Anglo-Normands D'une Négation Irrationnelle Dans des Phrases Concessives
Johan Vising
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222-230
Review of Oliver Elton, Essays and Studies by Members of the English Association. Vol. V
Christine Battersby
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230-231
Review of A. J. Wyatt, R. W. Chambers, Beowulf with the Finnsburg Fragment
J. D. Jones
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232
Review of William Frank Bryan, Studies in the Dialects of the Kentish Charters of the Old English Period
P. D. Haworth
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233-235
Review of John Clark Jordan, Robert Greene
R. B. McKerrow
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235-240
Review of Joseph Albert Mosher, The Exemplum in the Early Religious and Diadactic Literature of England
R. Warwick Bond
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240-243
Review of Helen Louise Cohen, The Ballade
L. E. Kastner
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243-244
Review of James Routh, The Rise of Classical English Criticism. A History of the Canons of English Literary Taste and Rhetorical Doctrines, from the Beginnings of English Criticism to the Death of Dryden
H. B. Charlton
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245-247
Review of Leonard Cyril Martin, Henry Vaughan, The Works of Henry Vaughan
Grahame Smith
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247-249
Review of Benjamin Rand, Berkeley and Percival
T. Loveday
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249-250
Review of James Wilson, The Dialect of the New Forest in Hampshire (As Spoken in the Village of Burley)
W. J. Sedgefield
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250-252
Review of H. F. Stewart, The Holiness of Pascal
E. A. Wesley
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252-253
Review of Charles Lancelot Shadwell, The Paradise of Dante Alighieri, an Experiment in Literal Verse
John Mitchell
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253-254
Review of Erwin W. Roessler, The Soliloquy in German Drama
H. G. Atkins
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254-256
Review of Leonard A. Magnus, The Tale of the Armament of Igor
W. J. Sedgefield
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