Modern Language Review 3.2

Modern Language Review 3.2

Cambridge University Press for the Modern Humanities Research Association

1 January 1908  •  104pp

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Contents:

105-125
The Influence of Dante in Spanish Literature
W. H. Hutton
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126-140
The Date of Chapman's "Bussy D'Ambois"
T. M. Parrott
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141-156
Notes on Some English University Plays
Grahame Smith
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157-165
Dante and the "Gospel of Barnabas"
Lonsdale Ragg
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166-168
The Missing Title of Thomas Lodge's Reply to Gosson's "School of Abuse"
Jason Wilson
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169-170
Miscellaneous Notes: A Note on Bishop Hall's Satires, "Virgidemiae," V, I, 65-72
Edward Bensly
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170-171
An Unrecorded Reading in "Piers Plowman"
C. T. Onions
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171
Middle English "Coveise"
C. T. Onions
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171-172
Shakespeareana
Wes Williams
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173-177
Review of René Huchon, Un Poète Réaliste Anglais, George Crabbe, 1754-1832
A. Blyth Webster
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177-181
Review of Abraham Fraunce, G. C. Moore Smith, Victoria. A Latin Comedy
Wolfgang Keller
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181-182
Review of T. S. Omond, English Metrists in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries
T. B. Rudmose-Brown
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182-183
Review of Rose E. Selfe, Philip H. Wicksteed, Villani's Chronicle
Lonsdale Ragg
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183-186
Review of Michele Barbi, La Vita Nuova di Dante Alighieri
Philip H. Wicksteed
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187-189
Review of George O. Curme, A Grammar of the German Language
Rhian Williams
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189-195
Review of Karl Euling, Das Priamel bis Hans Rosenplüt. Studien zur Volkspoesie
R. Priebsch
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195-198
Review of F. Baldensperger, Goethe en France. Étude de littérature comparée
J. G. Robertson
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