Modern Language Review 12.4

Modern Language Review 12.4

Cambridge University Press for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 October 1917  •  120pp

Access online: At JSTOR


Contents:

393-421
Hamlet's Hallucination
W. W. Greg
Cite
422-427
Aurelian Townshend
Grahame Smith
Cite
428-437
George Meredith's Literary Relations with Germany
John Lees
Cite
438-449
Une Source d'"Andromaque." "Hercule mourant," de Rotrou. II
G. Rudler
Cite
450-468
Alfred de Vigny
Henri Chamard
Cite
469-479
Types in Literature
Harold Elmer Mantz
Cite
480-489
Russian Speech-Sounds
W. J. Sedgefield
Cite
490-493
Miscellaneous Notes: "Trę̄son" in the Chronicle Again
Oliver Farrar Emerson, Henry Bradley
Cite
493-494
"At-after" and "Iraland"
Oliver Farrar Emerson
Cite
494-495
The Miracle Play of "Crucifixio Cristi" in the York Cycle
J. P. R. Wallis
Cite
496-497
Milton's "Il Penseroso" ll. 17, 18
Mabel Day
Cite
497-498
Toseans
C. T. Onions
Cite
499-500
Review of Allen Rogers Benham, English Literature from Widsith to the Death of Chaucer. A Source Book
F. E. Harmer
Cite
501-507
Review of A. W. Ward, A. R. Waller, The Cambridge History of English Literature
Oliver Elton
Cite
507-511
Review of Gertrude Schoepperle, Tristan and Isolt. A Study of the Sources of the Romance
R. Priebsch
Cite
511-512
Review of Gomes Eannes de Zurara, Crónica da Tomada de Ceuta por El Rei D. Joũo I
Alexander Bell
Cite
512
Erratum: The Rise of English Literary Prose
Cite

This title was first published by Cambridge University Press for the Modern Humanities Research Association but rights to it are now held by Modern Humanities Research Association.


This title is distributed on behalf of MHRA by Ingram’s. Booksellers and libraries can order direct from Ingram by setting up a free ipage® Account: click here for more.


Permanent link to this title: